Monthly Archives: October 2012

What would you do if you had 90 minutes with your new president? The Why, What, & Who

Imagine that you have a new president; he or she has been on the job since July 1 and has scheduled listening tours both on and off campus to get a better sense of the institution and the community (and … Continue reading

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Economic Development/Workforce Development: From Political Candidates to Beer

I’m having the good fortune of attending the 2012 VEDA (Virginia Economic Development Association) Fall Conference in the Star City, Roanoke, Virginia.  This is the first VEDA meeting that I’ve attended, and I’m learning a great deal about Virginia and the many … Continue reading

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Which of these is true? “The times they are a-changin’” or “Spinning wheel got to go round”? Professional and Continuing Education’s Great Opportunity to Lead

Which of these is true? “The times they are a-changin’” or “Spinning wheel got to go round”? Professional and Continuing Education’s Great Opportunity to Lead Let’s begin by celebrating the 150th birthday of the Morrill Act. This act was signed … Continue reading

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