Monthly Archives: March 2014

(#201) Collegial Collaborations: Building Connections With Adjunct Faculty


When it comes to developing and appreciating our adjunct faculty, we need to find ways to build opportunity, supervision, community, advancement, and respect. This past week I had the opportunity (along with my dean and associate dean) to celebrate our college’s … Continue reading

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(#200) Have We Become More App-Dependent than App-Enabled?


Apps are tools that can have a transformative effect on our world. [A quick note: Today marks the 200th consecutive weekly post for my blog. While we have not uncorked any champagne here at world headquarters in Atlantic Beach, Florida, … Continue reading

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(#199) Retirement? Let’s Rename It


Whenever “retirement” comes for me, I know it will not be a work stoppage or a forgetting of the past but rather a grand anticipation and embrace of what the future holds. At the beginning of this calendar year, I … Continue reading

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(#198) Appreciation


It was a reminder to appreciate my obligations and continue to find and embrace ways to meet them head on. Two and a half weeks ago I had rotator cuff surgery on my left shoulder. Having gone through the process … Continue reading

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(#197) Significance and Passion


So, what single project or task do you consider to be your most significant career accomplishment? I read a thought-provoking article this past week about interview questions. It focused on THE one question to ask job candidates: What single project … Continue reading

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