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Collegial Connection: The Faculty Book Club

As part of my professional growth plan and a commitment to myself as an educator, learner, and leader I continue to work towards evolving my practice through opportunities for learning. 524 more words

Indigenous Learning

(#394) Resilience: Supporting, Flourishing, Growing

Do you see resilience as springing solely from adversity?
Can it build from positive interactions in times that lack trauma?

As we age, do we become more of ourselves? 606 more words

Resilience

Let's make kindness the next academic disruption

Academia can be a tough world. The environment is competitive, funds are limited, egos are large. The metrics by which we are judged focus heavily on first authorship or principal investigator status, and self-promotion is an art form; there are workshops in how to do it. 798 more words

Judge Edwards on collegiality

Judge Harry Edwards (D.C. Circuit) has an interesting interview with the National Law Journal on the continuing sense of collegiality among federal appellate judges–even when they disagree strongly on case outcomes. 55 more words

Federal Courts

Nehemiah 5: Self-Interest

Nehemiah 5: Self-Interest

Monday, October 16, 2017

How does Nehemiah confront oppression in the process of rebuilding Jerusalem? When we examine this chapter of his story, we find that Nehemiah operates with transparency, honesty, and generosity. 349 more words

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(#384) Without Relationships What Do You Have?

These bureaucrats failed to establish a basic, meaningful, and
respectful relationship with us.

My latest appearance on The Morning Show (TV 4) in Jacksonville, FL explored a strategy to examine life goals:  437 more words

Resilience

Write that thing

Rosemary Chang is an academic developer.

In her role at RMIT University, she partners with university staff on scholarship of learning and teaching (SoTL) initiatives and developing teaching award applications. 1,462 more words

Research Culture