Although I had significant experience as an adjunct professor, making the switch to full-time academia was not easy. Believe it or not, there’s a lot to do. I have to prep for courses–trust me students, it takes more time for the professor to prep (at least the first few times they teach that certain course) […]
Tag Archives: parents of students
The other red zone.
It’s that time again. Kids will be moving back to campus soon. Then, a little while after they all move in, everything else starts happening all at once. Orientation. Classes start. On-campus clubs and activities start recruiting new members. Parties. Friendships begin to develop. Social patterns start forming. So much will be happening. For new […]
It’s not what you think.
What is college all about? How should I look at college? Is college the best years of my life? Does that mean it’s all downhill after I graduate? Is college all about training for my future career? Or is it about social growth and experience; experimentation and finding myself? These are some of the questions […]
College’s Greatest Lie Exposed
There are enough real things in college to be stressed about, no one needs to be stressed over fake things. And no one needs to be stressed by the LIES they are told in college. There is one very common, very damaging lie that affects too many students. This lie gets to students in colleges in every […]