In this edition I talk about a significant misunderstanding that could have led to serious academic malpractice. I describe how my pursuit of expectations resulted in a… Read more “Peeples’ Research 🏫 | 63”
In this edition I talk about the conversation I had with the Utah State University Alumni department. It started when they called and asked me for a… Read more “The Alumni Donation 🎓 | 62”
Before I knew the Theory of Constraints (TOC) existed I knew something about constraints. College for me was something that was done after my 10-12 hour military… Read more “How I did 24 Semester Hours in One Semester in College”
Yesterday a delightful staffer at Utah State University’s Alumni office asked me if I would donate $18.88/month for 12 months. The money (she graciously explained) would go… Read more “The 1888 fund”
My wife was helping our oldest son select classes for High School. As the process was taking its natural course (teenager becomes less engaged). She asked if… Read more “Know Your Spouse–Or at Least Their Transcripts”
My graduate program recently switched us from having in-hand books to having online sources. I miss printed books and taking notes in the margins, but I’m glad that the information we’re using is readily accessible from all of my devices.
So I’m trying to work ahead on week one and see the usual note that
With a small exception, Staci and I haven’t managed to have our path’s cross since we both graduated college in 2008. When we met I was a two-time Iraq veteran and father of two on a military scholarship and she was a former Disney Cast member. On campus, our paths would cross all the time and