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Me and the HLC

I state without equivocation: Returning to graduate school to keep a job that I held for nearly 20 years was simultaneously the most difficult and intellectually satisfying time of my life. Shortly after I began work in Montana State University’s … Continue reading

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You’ll Never See the World the Same Way Again

On the first day of my very first geology class, my instructor told us, “Once you’re finished with this course, you’ll never see the world the same way again.” And he was right. Now, I can look at mountains and … Continue reading

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The First Week of Class Is Always Interesting

Wednesday was the second¬†day of¬†Astronomy class. My instructor put us in pairs and gave us an envelope containing six slips of paper. On each little paper was a description of one cognitive skill level in Bloom’s Taxonomy. Our assigned task … Continue reading

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