Cathie Coleman-Dickson - March 28, 2017
As we come to another celebratory moment in the lives of the Schools of Graduate and Professional Studies (SGPS) students, I would be remiss if I didn’t write about our graduates’ success as working adult learners. What seemed to some two or more years ago - a never-ending scholastic journey - have arrived at their educational, professional, and personal destinations both relieved and reveled.
RoConnections - March 28, 2017
Moving up from Adjunct to Assistant Professor in Fall 2016, Prof Lubin runs the International Business and Management programs for Col Tim Ringgold. In what will be a series of Q&A on the Business Dept's, professors, RoCo sat down with Professor Lubin for a quick Q & A:
Gustavo Torrez - March 13, 2017
The Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids is proud to sponsor Kick Butts Day and fights every day to protect kids from tobacco addiction. We know that today teachers, parents, health advocates and many others will be standing with our youth and working to make the next generation tobacco-free.
Jeanne Marie Hatch, SHCJ - March 06, 2017
Many folks grew up “giving up” something for Lent. A family practice I dreaded was “no candy” in the house! In these days we are called to “GIVE” something instead. Rather than fasting from something, try feasting on its opposite:
Jay Verzosa - February 14, 2017
What's your favorite childhood memory? Is it piling into the family van for a trip to the Jersey shore? The chaos of Thanksgiving dinner at your grandmother's house? Maybe it's something as ordinary as the gentle way your mom would wake you up for school or how your dad would toss you onto his shoulders when you were little. I'd bet that a felt sense of "home" anchors a lot of our childhood memories, and in reflection, many of us might find it difficult to choose just one favorite memory from childhood. Some of us, however, might struggle to come up with a single memory at all.