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@GuilfordCollege June 19

My daily post theme for 2017 is on Colleges and Universities.

The plan for starting my blog back in 2014 was at the urging of fellow coaching colleagues to share posts on leadership and/or motivation. 277 more words

Universities And Colleges

To Cherish the Silence

In my last post, I confessed to not knowing enough about history. But one historical event I learned a fair bit about returned to me as I watched “Profound Silence”— a recent episode of QuakerSpeak—featuring Jane Fernandes, President of Guilford College. 619 more words

Quakers

Dr. Sarah Malino

Title: Professor of History Emerita
Company: Guilford College
Location: Greensboro, NC United States

Sarah Smith Malino, Professor of History Emerita at Guilford College, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Educators, for dedication, achievement and leadership in U.S. 346 more words

Foreign Policy

Allan Gurganus tells all at Guilford College. Was it in Edgecombe or Nash County?

The Sherwood Anderson family made a major gift to Guilford College several years ago to encourage “the daring and power of the artistic imagination.” The endowment provides scholarships and brings major writers to Guilford’s campus every year. 92 more words

47-year-old Piedmont mom joins college tennis team

GREENSBORO, N.C. — You could say Maureen Smith is a little more seasoned than the other players.

Some of her teammates and competitors are in their late teens and early 20s. 258 more words

Good For Her!

Northampton Community College's Efforts at Sponsoring a Refugee Family, Inside Higher Education, 2/15/17

By: David J. Smith, February 15, 2017

My colleague Kiki Anastasakos at Northampton Community College in Bethlehem, PA and her colleagues have been making plans to host a refugee family.   52 more words

Community Colleges

Mid size law firms doomed to planning, diligence

Guilford College president Jane Fernandes once counseled the College’s board of trustees that there is a difference between “planning” and “hoping.” (She communicated this very diplomatically, a measure of her fitness for her job.) 217 more words