By Teri C. Peterson, MDiv ‘05
In many congregations, summer was a slightly (or much) slower season, and as autumn approaches we gear up for an onslaught of new and returning programs. 606 more words
When I first started studying languages it wasn’t easy to find a range of authentic learning materials.
For Italian, I was stuck with a pretty dry textbook and copies of the exam syllabus…until I made it to a bookshop in Rome where I spent almost all of the money I had scraped together for the school trip on reading materials – comics, novels, history books, etc. 302 more words
This is an outstanding Clinical Problems in Consultation Psychiatry (CPCP) presentation on clozapine-induced myocarditis by medical student Ben Kopp, who is planning a residency in orthopedic surgery. 861 more words
Setting goals to drive revenues and profits is part of doing business. We all strive to be successful in business and in life. When we are young, we look for careers that will make us successful to get the things we want such as a beautiful house, cars, and money. 474 more words