Teaching: Is It Still Worth It? [VIDEO]

Teaching can sometimes feel like a lot of thankless work. Grading the same insubstantial content issues, correcting the same obvious grammar errors, and responding to […]

Dear 2018 Carroll University Graduate…

Dear 2018 Carroll University Graduate… Now is a good time to gather together some last thoughts about and for you while i am proctoring my […]

Curious David Redux: Thank you, Graduating Carroll Seniors: Flashbacks and Flash Forwards

The closer I get to retirement, the more meaningful Carroll graduations, past traditions, and the relationships I have formed with students, faculty, alumni, and other […]

Dear 2017 Carroll University Graduate…

Dear 2017 Carroll University Graduate… Now is a good time to gather together some last thoughts about and for you. Because of my age seniority […]

Thank you, Graduating Carroll Seniors: Flashbacks and Flash Forwards

The closer I get to retirement, the more meaningful Carroll graduations, past traditions, and the relationships I have formed with students become. Carroll has changed […]

April 18, 2017: Winding Up, Winding Down

I try to build into my working day an opportunity just to “check in” and touch base with my student research assistants. This is the […]

Senior Reflections: Alison and David

This year’s Carroll Campus-wide year-long theme was “Citizenship” so I thought it might be appropriate to share this discussion between two “senior citizens”:).  Alison is […]

Can my old brain be (re)trained?

There are buildings on campus whose cornerstone bears a date before my birth. My father-in-law walked in some of these very buildings in 1936. Voorhees […]

Shared Reflections With a Graduating Senior

What has kept me here almost forty years is not the buildings but the traditions, the faculty, staff, administrative, and trustee friendships–and the students. I asked one […]

In My Role as Professor I Wear Many Hats…

In my role as professor I wear many hats: teacher, researcher, mentor, coach. Sometimes, I confess, things can get kind of silly in Dr. David’s […]

Workplace Learning : 8 Lessons Learned

Reflections on what I learned from an eight-week online course with Jane Hart. I was introduced to Yammer as a learning tool–and found it lacking. […]

And So It Begins….

I usually arrive on campus to an empty parking lot. Today was no exception despite the road construction, school buses, and famous Waukesha trains. The […]

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