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A Heart-Healthy Start to the Semester

02/01/2018 11:42
      As you work on course design, why not consider designing your life as well? Between the good, the bad, and the many choices to be made, each life and life-phase offers new challenges. Shaping life meaningfully and intentionally is its own satisfaction. Which brings...

Lighten The Burden of Perpetual Busy-ness

01/16/2018 19:10
Thanksgiving, along with most of this year, is now past, leaving us reflecting on that marvel of syntactic ambiguity, Time flies like an arrow; fruit flies like a banana. Inspired...

Here, Have Some More Wine News

12/02/2017 11:13
  Following on the heels of Bill Bunker’s big reveal of his hidden talents in last month’s blog, which include a refined knowledge of wine (see  fumblingviniferist.com)  I’ve discovered that Jim Downing, Assistant Professor in the Department of Management, has a related story of his...

The Hidden Talent Edition

11/04/2017 15:01
Welcome to the First Hidden Talent Edition! Sure, we see and enjoy one another’s company during our many official and unofficial gatherings. But here’s a little of what some of our Colleagues do outside of the College of Business setting. Bill Bunker: Our Wine Connoisseur in...

The Still, Stiff Silent Ones

09/29/2017 14:29
    Say Hi to Manny and Quinn: Our Still, Stiff, Silent Campus Cheerleaders Newer members of the COB team may not have met these two, so here they are, ready to help promote your program or project.  Quinn, right, and Manny are available as ambassadors of just about anything...

Here They Come

09/03/2017 19:57
Here They Come It’s great to see our students’ eager faces that first day of classes, right? Hot off the presses directly from David Agoff: COB FacultyAug18Meeting.docx (16738) As the semester rolls out, the challenge of maintaining that enjoyable, positive learning climate intensifies. ...

Order, Disorder, Reorder – The Journey We Make, The Journey We Model

08/10/2017 20:36
Order, Disorder, Reorder – The Journey We Make, The Journey We Model It’s humbling to think that as we do our work here, we’re supporting dreams of others.  Even more humbling is understanding that the privilege of teaching requires daily acceptance about how much there is still to...

Be a Voice. Not an Echo.

04/27/2017 19:10
(Maria Mendez and I Take Up David Agoff on an Offer to Enhance our Eloquence)   But first, ripped from my reading: A century ago, in his Handbook of Public Speaking, John Dolman observed that public speaking is significantly different from a theatrical performance—it is "not a...

The Mixologist and the Mashup

03/31/2017 23:33
The Mixologist and the Mashup As students (and some faculty) know, the word “mashup” refers to a mixture or fusion of disparate elements. It’s traditionally been used as a form of tech-speak or in relation to music mixing, but its use has expanded to encompass more with the passing years....

We're Not Chicken About Getting behind Our Students

03/14/2017 20:54
(As Demonstrated at the Spring '17 BIS Meet & Greet - Presented By BIS Society and SAP Club) This annual Conference was, once again, a blur of activity, filled with good food, fun,...
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