Category Archives: News
So, this is not a comfortable topic. And, surprisingly, the reaction I most frequently get from my academic colleagues is “Not my students.” Alas. Your students are cheating. Not all of them. Not on everything. But on a hell of … Continue reading
I understand how it can go both ways in academia. You can have colleagues who are really part of your family. And you have colleagues you are, um, not. Whichever way it happens, academic colleagues are completely unlike colleagues in … Continue reading
This entry should be titled: Professors Learn Things, too. In addition to focusing on what the students can learn about multicultural teams in multinational organizations, I also used this trip as a way to enrich my own understanding of work … Continue reading
Yesterday, in Part 1, I talked about some the intellectual benefits of our Spring Break Study abroad program. Today, I want to talk about what I perceive as the personal benefits of this sort of trip. It actually surprised … Continue reading
We just returned from Prague for a Spring Break Study abroad program focusing on successful international employees, teams, and leaders. I’m dividing this debriefing blog into two parts. Today, I’m talking about what we learned and did. Tomorrow, I’m talking … Continue reading
SO, yeah. I figured out this lesson in Grad School, when I was near the end of my dissertation. I was working my booty off, scared I wasn’t going to finish, and, generally, overwhelmed by next sunrise. A friend/peer from … Continue reading
Why the hell do they not ask men this question? It’s a rigged system until academia figures out that half the population gives birth. And that, actually, birthing babies takes a moment.
No. No, you should not. Let me tell you why.
We all think we write the truth, right? We all hope we are. But what I’ve found is that when I know I’ve found a problem in my writing–that there’s something that doesn’t make sense or isn’t logical–the problem is … Continue reading