Being a Professional Professor

It seems to me that higher education is being attacked from all angles–from literal, violent attacks on campuses to an almost systematic effort to defund public education in the United States.

But on the bright side, I work with wonderful, dedicated professors everyday at Bloomsburg University and across the globe who are dedicated to bettering the lives of their students. Everyday I see the dedication, hard work and energy that supports, prepares and prods students to levels of performance they did not think they could achieve.

I’ve been fortunate enough to work in higher education for over 18 years and have had some remarkable students and they have gone on to do wonderful things. One of the areas that gives me particular delight is when they go on to teach in an institution of higher education such as a community college or four year institution and it’s particularly satisfying when they ask for some advice or council related to teaching within the classroom and concerning life as a professor.

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A Conversation with Author Catherine Lombardozzi Master of Timing and the Learning Model Canvas
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