M.R.S. or Ph.D. No More!
As I’ve confessed before, I’m a bit of a numbers junkie so I was fascinated when I read an article in the Sunday New York Times by Stephanie Coontz entitled, “The M.R.S. and the P.h.D.: The Myth of the Spurned and Single Educated Woman”. The article was chalk full of statistics about the evolution of the educated woman, and her prospects for marriage.
Coontz noted that prior to...
Rita Golden Gelman
Should high school seniors put off college for a year to go travel the world? That's what one woman, who has spent 24 years traveling the globe, thinks, and she's hoping to start a national movement.
Five years ago Pilar Gerasimo took a lifestyle and turned it into Experience Life magazine. Now she has 600,000 people reading her ideals.
He walked away from his high-profile, high-paying job as CEO of H&R Block to teach at an inner-city school and discovered a formula for better students.
Harris Rosen's Prescription for America
He's one of the nation's top tourism executives but his true legacy is how he's changing -- and saving -- the lives of thousands. Find out why he thinks his revolutionary healthcare and education programs can be done anywhere.
5 Questions With: Gloria Laube
Love dogs? Love books? So does Gloria Laube, and she's found a way to put the two together and make a difference. See what she says about pursuing her career passions in this edition of 5QW.
4 Factors to Guide Unmotivated Students to Finish Semester Strong
4 Factors to Guide Unmotivated Students toward Finishing the Semester StrongBy Dwight Bain, Nationally Certified Counselor & Certified Life CoachHave you ever wondered why so many students get close to the ‘finish line’ of a semester or even graduation and then fail to finish? Parents, teachers, guidance counselors and tutors can be cheering for a student to push forward to finish strong and...
Great Teachers Make all the Difference
I'll admit I'm a proud mama. My daughter graduates college this month. She's one of those kids many people hate. She takes her school seriously, gets great grades, and during her final art show, she sold three of her pieces. Her accomplishments took me back to when I graduated from New Jersey's Bergen Community College in 1987 and the influence my teachers and the respiratory community had on...
At the age of 92, Dorothy Millies finally fulfilled her lifelong dream and received her high school diploma.
A Story for All Men
It's something men don't like to talk about. But since September is Prostate Cancer Awareness Month, we will.