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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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Résumés: When to disclose (and when not)

— Jeanne M. Slattery A student recently turned in his résumé, which included his involvement in the ALLIES drag show. I struggled with how to respond, eventually encouraging him to consider whether and why he might want to include this … Continue reading

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Watch those faces

― Jeanne M. Slattery I keep coming back to thinking about what makes good teaching and learning. I recently saw Play-in-a-Day: six short plays that were written, rehearsed, and performed in less than 24 hours. This is the 13th year … Continue reading

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What Did You Learn?

—Jeanne M. Slattery Earlier this semester, my Senior Seminar students and I were reading about what they should be learning in college and considering how their educations matched these ideals. More recently, I asked them to consider what they have … Continue reading

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