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Bob Emiliani
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My father, Cesare Emiliani (Dott., Ph.D), was a long-time chair of the Geology department at the University of Miami in Coral Gables Florida. He was a creative person and applied his creativity to how the department would graduate its students. It was a…
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I hope you enjoy the video! Contact me to find out more about Speed Leadership.
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I hope you enjoy the video! Contact me to find out more about Speed Leadership.
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I hope you enjoy the video!
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Excellence in teaching? Not quite. The results of the U.K.s 2017 Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) have been released. Click here to view the results of the Gold, Silver, and Bronze university awards (official government results are here). The purpose…
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Professors often complain about the feedback that students give concerning the professor’s performance in a course. I eagerly accept student feedback because it helps me understand what I need to improve upon. But I also give feedback to students on their…
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This is the back story to the book Conversations with Taiichi Ohno. Why write a fictional account of conversations with Taiichi Ohno (1912-1990)? There are a several reasons for doing so. The first reason is that people are losing touch with Taiichi Ohno.…
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Higher education thought leader Jeffrey J. Selingo has a new thought: It’s time for colleges to cut costs. Hasn’t this been obvious for the 10 or 20 years? (See my 2005 article, “Lean in Higher Education“). In his 26 May 2017 article in The Washington…
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It’s obvious they are not the same. If you had to pick one, which would you choose and why?
Learning to See
Learning to See
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