Monthly Archives: November 2014

Emmette Till and President Barak Obama

Racism in the 2014 Mid-Term Election (BEWARE:  Some may think this is a very biased post!) Yesterday they planted a tree in order to remember the killing of Emmett Till, a young African American boy who was murdered by light-skinned … Continue reading

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Study Abroad Programs Can Place Faculty and Students at Risk

Stories from the the Front Lines During my last job as a professor, I took students to Ireland, China (Hong Kong), Thailand, Australia, New Zealand, and a cruise to Alaska.  All of the trips were in conjunction with classes I … Continue reading

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