Monthly Archives: August 2022

Back to ESG

ESG (Environmental Social & Governance) is back at the forefront of discussion as an investment tool. Put ESG into this blog’s search box and you will get a few entries. The May 24, 2022 blog provides some details and connections … Continue reading

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Politics and Approval Ratings

*Note: This is a pre-written blog and may not reflect current events. If everything goes well, by the time this blog is posted, I will already be in Europe. I am writing it before I leave so that it reflects … Continue reading

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Campus as a Lab: Part 2

My July 12th blog summarized why laboratory training has been found to be essential in teaching STEM (except for Mathematics) and for that reason, why teaching science is more expensive than teaching other disciplines. I based my arguments there on … Continue reading

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