Tag: Teaching and Learning

Black History Month – Engaging Students

I encourage you to take time to personally and communally learn more about the social, cultural, political, arts, and historical impact of the African-American experience. Challenge yourself to explore aspects that are new or unfamiliar to you. Seek out the richness of African- American literature, poetry, or film. Dig deeper into our collective history to …

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More Than Just Grit

One of the keynote speakers at the recent National Association for Community College Entrepreneurship (NACCE) conference was Gordon Hester who provides consulting for start-ups, particularly focusing on the role of leadership. He commented, and I’ll paraphrase “…I am looking for someone who won’t quit climbing the mountain…someone who will die trying…” Perhaps this was simply …

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