Today I read the Audubon article on Jali Makawa. And it hits home. I am an environmental professional. I've been collecting scientific data for about 20 years in the Bahamas and the experience is vastly different depending on the person... Continue Reading →
Have you met that person that pours all their energy into helping the group/cause they feel deserves it? I mean 100% all the time, every time? This is not about them. We have to challenge anemic advocacy. Those that need... Continue Reading →
There is a test. You score high enough on some scale to be given credit for the accomplishment. You are acknowledged and given the privileges afforded all those who pass. What happens when the scoring rubric is never given to... Continue Reading →
If you think all #internationalscholars are the same, you're wrong. If you think we are the same as #domesticstudents, you're DEAD wrong. - Ancilleno Davis 7/22/2017
Critically thinking about minority status. We hear minority all the time. It has become one of those words that people say but do not really understand at the core. Like "Liberal", "Communist", etc. these words often have a standardized meaning... Continue Reading →
How do you describe social media to your students? I use the house analogy. My digital world is a house I build with social media. Each platform is a room within that house. Though they each have doors and windows... Continue Reading →
The six P’s of leadership decisions: Perspective, price, purpose, prejudice, potential, prerogative.
Hello everyone, This text is going to be shared in video format as well on my youtube channel so check there as well. As leaders in any field, there seems to be issues related to understanding the needs of your... Continue Reading →