Dr. April Massey: “Advancing Women’s Leadership in Higher Education” tonight on my podcast Thinking Culture

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Check out my new podcast going live tonight with my own dean Dr. April Massey!!! We will talk about women making moves in higher education, as well as building leadership opportunities for faculty and students.

April Massey, Ph.D., Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at the University of the District of Columbia, has earned degrees from The Ohio State University, the
University of Cincinnati, and Howard University. A speech-language pathologist by profession, she has nearly 20 years of administrative experience and has served in the
capacity of dean for five years. Dr. Massey uses her disciplinary training to consider the liberal arts and
careerist needs of students and the research, teaching, and leadership interests of faculty. With newly launched initiatives in signature work, women’s leadership, faculty development, STEM pipeline, faculty learning hubs, and scholarship of
practice, her work emphasizes learning by doing and lived experience as content and context for teaching and learning.

http://www.blogtalkradio.com/at-the-edge-thinkculture/2019/03/28/advancing-womens-leadership-and-higher-education-dr-april-massey-dean

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Check out “The Age of Magic” by Andrea E. Shaw

The Age of Magic.

During one of my morning surfing ventures through the web theGrio.com led me to Dr. Shaw’s blog post about “magic,” or more accurately, perceptions of the world and technological advances.  It has occurred to me that someone dumped into 2012 from 1812 or even 1912 via a time machine (and we’re working on that one-trust me!) would think we were all sorcerers who sold our souls to the Devil himself for having these contraptions with sound and sight.  Musical instruments with buttons instead of strings (iPods/iPads?).  Metal books without paper yet able to hold thousands and thousands of pages you find just by pressing more buttons.  Read more and tell me what you think you would do if you were plopped into the 24th or 28th century of our planet.  First of all, would anything be left?  We seem to enjoy burning out our planet’s ability to sustain itself, lately.