Bridging the Academic and Business Worlds

In my teaching, research, writing and consulting I try to be a bridge-builder across admittedly different disciplines, cultures, and age groups. I enjoy reading the Harvard […]

Dogs have often proven to be among my best teachers…

Today I am “dog-tired”—it was a three dog night yesterday as we celebrated a birthday with dear friends. Several summers ago I was humbled at how much […]

Using Internet Tools to Maximize My Effectiveness Inside and Outside the Classroom

Earlier this morning I had a team meeting with two of my student research assistants before leaving for an off-campus meeting with my Schneider Consulting […]

Thank You, Global Educators, for Your Impact

  A provocative blog piece by Luis Miguel Miñarro, an educator in La Mancha, Spain… We had “interacted” in prior years when he shared with me how he […]

Teaching Tools: SPSS, InStat, StarQuiz, Camtasia, and Research Randomizer.

  I am moving towards requiring that all my students demonstrate to me minimal mastery of the use of the technology-based teaching and learning tools […]

Curious David Revisits His Global Outreach Attempts

It’s past time for a more systematic global outreach by me and my students. Today I met briefly with some visitors from China. I wished […]

On “Flow,” “Presence,” “Self-Actualization” and Constructive Mania

  I seem to be having an unusually productive day today. I am in a state of “Flow, “Presence,—self-actualization? I seem to be fully charged even […]

15 Minutes in My Digital Life As a Professor

I’ve been so busy lately that yesterday I almost didn’t have time to change out of my academic regalia before beginning my PSY205 Statistics and Experimental Design course. […]

What Do my Students Do in My Absence (Part 2): Lizzy and Tia’s Take on Voila

Voila is a great screen casting software that can be downloaded on your iMac, iPhone, and iPad. Since Evernote is getting rid of the software, […]

Leveraging My Technology Learning Tools

I am sandwiching in (actually eating donuts!) some brief writing time between my two labs for Statistics and Experimental Design (PSY205). The students seem to […]

“Don’t be who ISIS wants you to be”: Bloggers on Paris and Beirut

Others can better express these things than I. Hence, the repost of these important ideas: Bloggers in France, Lebanon, and beyond share their stories, analyses, […]

Ten Resources for Contextualizing My Academic Institution’s Well Being

I am sitting in front of my Mac in the office listening to the hammering of destruction construction outside while I do the homework to ask […]

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