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Romeo and Juliet - in academia?

The internet is like a giant self-help handbook, and generally I read sections on “Why life sucks for a young scientists and what you can do about it” 1,232 more words

This Scientific Life

The stars are still there, even when the sun is out

― Melissa K. Downes and Jeanne M. Slattery

One thing about university faculty: we can be blind. And stupid.

Sandra Trejos (Economics) was recently named Outstanding Latina Faculty Member in Higher Education: Service Teaching in Higher Education by the American Association of Hispanics in Higher Education (AAHHE).  579 more words

Teaching

Why college? Why a college like Clarion?

—Jeanne M. Slattery and Carie Forden

Amber was a first-generation, nontraditional college student who started off at our smaller branch campus in Oil City. I (CF) was her academic advisor, and I spent our first meeting assuring her that “everything would be all right” and that she was up to the challenges of college. 992 more words

Teaching

EARN MORE, WORK LESS, ENJOY LIFE

E-newsletter for business owners, managers, and the professionals who serve them

Topic: The Gifts of an Effective Leader

As we approach the “season of giving,” I thought I would share several gifts that I have received from mentors who have inspired and enlightened me during my career as a leader and follower. 585 more words

Business

Bad planning and expecting rescues from God makes Christians less effective

Normally I would post a study, but I’m going to make an exception and post this bit of fiction instead.

I found the story and adapted it: 750 more words

Mentoring

Como gestionar a los Millenials

Por: Enrique David Vázquez Arteaga

La Generación del Milenio se ha convertido en la fuerza laboral de profesionistas más joven del mundo. Tan sólo en el país, … 553 more words

Talento

Mentoring Session 3, 23/7/14, Claudia Kappenberg.

  • We discussed my piece in the end of year show: Dead or Only Sleeping. Claudia’s main feedback was that the sparseness of the piece worked well and what appears sparse actually leaves room for a lot to happen for the audience and also myself as performer.
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