Advocacy Tips And Resources That Will Come In Handy In The Coming Weeks

Advocacy Tips And Resources That Will Come In Handy In The Coming Weeks

If your newsfeed wasn’t already full of politics, I bet on January 19, it got real full, real fast. On the 19th, The Hill, then others, published an article detailing the Trump administration’s proposed plan for the federal budget. According to the proposal: The Corporation for Public Broadcasting would be privatized, while the National Endowment for the Arts [NEA] and National Endowment for the Humanities [NEH] would be eliminated entirely. I know, right? I literally couldn’t see straight for a second after I read that the first time. First off, you should know … Read more

multiple lines become one

CSS Magic: Making Two Lines into One

CSS is like magic in your browser. Since it’s my first post on the topic, I’ll point out that CSS stands for Cascading Style Sheets. CSS consists of a list of selectors. Each selector then has a list of attributes and values. Them’s some biggish techno-babble words, so I’ll explain a little more. A selector is a way of picking out specific content on a page. It can be very specific, like the title just before the third paragraph, or broad, like all text on the page. An attribute is some aspect … Read more

App Skills Every New Manager Should Have In Their Toolbox

App Skills Every New Manager Should Have In Their Toolbox

Since August of 2016, I have had the fantastic opportunity to be an American Council on Education Fellow, which has let me take a year off of teaching music composition at the State University of New York at Fredonia and learn as much as I can about leadership in higher education through a year-long residency at Baldwin Wallace University Much of my time this year has been spent working on projects at both my host and home institutions as well as with my 28 fellow Fellows who are based across the country. … Read more

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