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
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― 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
—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
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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
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
- 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. 630 more words