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A Letter to My Advisees: Let's Make This a Good Semester!

– Jeanne M. Slattery

To my Advisees,

It’s the start of a new semester and both you and I want this to be a good one. 1,189 more words

Teaching

Changing of the Guard

Tomorrow the 45th President of the United States of America will be sworn in at 12 Noon.

How we approach life going forward will speak far more about each of us individually than it will about the United States of America. 370 more words

Morality

Faculty Mentoring and Advising Program for SCCO Students

SCCO invests itself in our students’ success!  As incoming students go through the matriculation process, not only do admissions advisers help with the process but also support services through the Office of Student Affairs with its many offerings helps make the transition into both student and academic life a successful one. 693 more words

Getting Into Optometry School

Strategy Guides: Cheating Or Advising?

Strategy guides nowadays are a popular item that many gamers use to help with a particular mission, or to find a certain piece of gear. In a world where the Internet rules over all, guides are as easy to access as ever. 980 more words

Discussion

Why You Should Speak with a Career Advisor in College

Hello lovelies! Today I am sharing a few reasons why you should consider speaking with a career advisor while you are still in college. Your college likely has many resources to help you succeed and find an amazing and rewarding career after graduation, so it is especially important that you take advantage of these resources and use them to your best ability. 219 more words

Tips For Success

Weekend Balance #1: Learning the Right Things

Approximately 5:30 Friday (yesterday) evening, I told my unit chief that I was headed out for the evening and weekend.  That was not only okay, it was expected; I’d been heading into work 11 hours earlier to work on a very active set of reports from the day’s activity in Japan, which I summarized and sent out to our colleagues.  1,554 more words

GROUPER Dynamics

Interview with Professor Eve Bannet

New year, new blog post! In this installment of our interview series, our own Mallory Porch interviews Eve Tavor Bannet, George Lynn Cross Professor and Professor of English and Gender Studies at the University of Oklahoma.  975 more words

Professionalization