Monthly Archives: September 2018

Career Development Across the Curriculum

– Erin Lewis What did YOU want to be when you were growing up?  Thinking back to my own childhood, careers such as pediatrician, teacher, and, of course, rock star all crossed my mind.  Those perspectives changed slightly by the time … Continue reading

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Dear Grossly Unequal

Dear Ms. Scholar, Recently I read that my university’s 6-year graduation rate for Black students is 1/3 that of White students. Any thoughts on this? What should we do? Dear Grossly Unequal, Yes, our 6-year graduation rate for White students … Continue reading

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Get It Wrong

(This was the Freshman Convocation speech at Clarion University in August 2018.) – Leah Chambers When I was asked to provide some words of wisdom at today’s convocation ceremony, I had no idea what I was going to say—nor what … Continue reading

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