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Next Steps: Catherine McNeur

The UHA blog is beginning a series on the Urban History Association’s past award winners, the process of creating the work and, in the case of the dissertation prize, turning it into a book. 1,684 more words


Saying Good-bye Never Gets Easy

Eight weeks has passed for the Next Steps participants in Togo, West Africa. They have been challenged, convicted, convinced, changed, and leave more committed than ever before. 572 more words

Thank you (ten)!

I constantly fret over how to express gratitude for the goodness individuals bring into my life. I find ‘thank you’ an increasingly empty vehicle, as I utter it when receiving something as simple as a bus transfer, so how does one utter the same phrase to a mentor who wrote a reference letter that launched a career? 449 more words

Day 27: How to Build a Family

I know it’s not easy. Nobody ever claimed it was and nobody ever will, I assure you.

We are all born into a family, whether we know them or not, whether we like them or not. 454 more words


Welcome to the IAM!

Please take a few moments to read the Welcome guide and letter from IAM District 141 President Rich Delaney. You will be able to gain some insights about the IAM and the next steps in our process. 11 more words

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After A Big Accomplishment... What Happens?

Picture this: You have a big goal ahead, you prepare for it, plan for it, start the execution phase of your project, modify your plans when you see fit and in accordance to your goals, give all your best effort, and at the end of all the hard work: Success! 330 more words


Leaving Footprints in Nations

The future is very bright! I know; you’ve heard the old cliché countless times. By now, it’s probably lost its punch. But, this time it’s so true! 820 more words