Monthly Archives: June 2023

Phase Transition in People’s Movements

(Source: Mitratech) As I mentioned in earlier blogs, my spring semester is over, and the summer break has started. My wife and I have been dealing with some health issues and we were thinking seriously about staying home, recuperating, and … Continue reading

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Prerequisites Part 2: Continuing Education

(Source: Education Corner) Last week’s blog ended with the following two short paragraphs: Mid-career or career-shift education seems to be the right remedy for acquiring job-relevant knowledge of the fast-changing reality. Adult education is being offered now in many colleges. … Continue reading

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Prerequisites for Supreme Court Judges

(Source: MarcusObal on Wikimedia) “Playing with fire” is an idiom that has become popular on more than one level. Cambridge Dictionary describes it as “to act in a way that is very dangerous and to take risks.” I am writing this blog in NYC, which … Continue reading

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Incorporating Changing Reality into College Strategic Plans: Part 6: The Many Ways

Senator Schumer coordinated what was probably the most consequential senate resolution in his tenure as majority leader, close to midnight on Thursday (June 1st). Even so, he was able to show up Friday morning at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center, to celebrate … Continue reading

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