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Do you write your recommendation letters?

This is a question for both the people requesting letters of recommendation, and those who are signing the letters of recommendation.

About a month ago, a blog post-ish thing was published in  1,125 more words

Advising is like birdwatching

— Joseph Croskey

I don’t feed the birds because they need me; I feed the birds because I need them. – Kathi Hutton

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Advisory Website

This website is intended for people with special needs


Seattle Museums to Visit for Free!

On the first Thursday of the month many museums in Seattle are FREE!

Here is a list of some museums you can visit in Seattle! Click on the museum to see more. 449 more words


Hard Side vs Soft Side: Distinctions that are no longer helpful — if they ever were

Former Practitioner editor and FFI Interdisciplinary Award winner Henry Krasnow asks some provocative questions about interdisciplinary consulting and advising in Hard Side vs Soft Side: Distinctions that are no longer helpful — if they ever were. 768 more words

Issues In The Family Enterprise

"Ditch New Year's Resolution Day"

By Susan Saffel-Shrier, M.S., R.D., C.D

Hey, did you celebrate the holiday on January 17th? No, it was not Martin Luther King Holiday. That was January 18th. 549 more words

Family Medicine

Dropping a Course: Should I Stay or Should I Go?

One of the toughest decisions you might have to face in college is whether to drop a course or not. The fact that you have this choice makes clear that college is a time when you have a lot more say over your education than in the past (e.g.., you can’t just drop courses in high school). 941 more words

What Should You Do