I can’t help but smile when students discover that faculty are on campus until the end of June and inevitably ask, “what do you do if we’re not there?” What I want to do is put on my best poker face and respond “eat candy and watch reality TV” just… Continue Reading But we’re not there…what are you doing?
Last exam done – check Three year journey over – check Advanced Diploma in Biomedical Engineering Technology completed – CHECK,CHECK, CHECK!!!!!!
Money matters, flaky friends, dining dilemmas and rusty relationships are all going to be among a few of the hurdles they’ll face. Heartbreaks. Student/Teacher conflict. Overdrawn bank accounts. No change for laundry. Pub Nights. Peer pressure. Room-mate drama. You get the idea. But how will they do it all without… Continue Reading High School to College: Being A Supportive Parent
Being a good professor is a lot like being a good parent at times: you have to “make” your students do things that they would rather not do because you know deep down that it’s good for them. As a professor, I like to think of it as “creating opportunities”… Continue Reading Giving Students the Boot: Professor or Parent?