Ted’s Tips: Managing Email

By Ted Murcray
Email can get the best of us! Too many email messages can make us feel like responding to email is a full-time job. As a professor, we want to be sure we respond in a timely manner, but sometimes there doesn’t feel like there is enough time.

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Scott Key

Tests for Truth

By Ted Murcray
The question of the nature of truth lies at the heart of each of our disciplines.  In our contemporary setting this question has acquired additional significance.  For many in the Academy today, the question of truth is considered, at minimum

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The Grades Are In. Who Learned?

By Ted Murcray
The semester is over and the grades are done.  Grading is my least favorite of the teaching tasks because it seems so finite – so immovable.  I prefer the teaching moments when I am working directly with students

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Sinek's book Infinite Game

What Game are You Playing?

By Ted Murcray
Simon Sinek recently published a book titled The Infinite Game, which I have, admittedly, not yet purchased nor read. However, as part of the promotional materials for the book, he sat down for an interview that was available on

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