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Sometimes You Meet the Nicest People

Throughout my career, my line of work–in one setting or another–has steadily called for writing professionally. Often, the storytelling variety, which is my favorite writing to do. 664 more words

boast in the cross.

I’m working my way through I Corinthians right now, and I love how God’s word speaks to me differently each time I read it — meeting me where I am it. 553 more words


Why higher education in the U.S. is so expensive, and what students are really paying for.

Source: The Great College Rip-Off – The Atlantic

Resources for National Hispanic Heritage Month

National Hispanic Heritage Month takes place from September 14th through October 15th. Here are some selected teaching resource links for your perusal:


A Perspective on College Admissions with Christopher Gruber, Davidson College VP and Dean of Admission and Financial Aid

The second season of the From My Angle podcast continues with this episode featuring Chris Gruber, who has been in higher education admissions for 33 years at the University of Richmond and Davidson College.  75 more words

Ph.D. thesis defense!

Today, I successfully defended my Ph.D. thesis. Both the lecture and exam were open to the public, and it was wonderful to have the support of family, friends and colleagues on this last day of school! 25 more words