What I learned during fall quarter Miscellaneous

I’m more than 5 years removed from completing my MBA (scary!), and I haven’t taught a class since last winter, but the great thing about working at RIT is you never stop learning. As we take a breath to prepare for the start of winter quarter, I thought I’d share a sample of what I learned this fall.

Sustainability. Yeah, it’s good for the environment, but it may be our nation’s secret weapon to pulling out of the current economic mess.

Dubai holds great promise as an educational oasis.

Black holes can get kicked out of a galaxy, but it has nothing to do with bad behavior.

Science is still fun to look at.

Computer hacking isn’t always a bad thing. One of the top 10 legendary “hacks” took place right here at RIT.

Popcorn containers are long overdue for an extreme makeover.

If you don’t watch your step you risk becoming a zombie. Below, humans go on the lookout during a weeklong competition of “Humans vs. Zombies” at RIT in September.

RIT students rock! Okay, I already knew that, but having the opportunity to meet people like Tiffani Williams always remind me that.

Best wishes to one and all for a happy Thanksgiving holiday. Let the learning resume Dec. 1.

 

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