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20 November 2020

The Difficulties of This Year’s Holiday Season

As many people have already realized, this holiday season will be unlike just about any other we’ve had in our lifetime. What you may have not yet realized is how exactly to break the news…
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28 August 2020

The Art of the Online Interview: Interviewing People in a Post-Zoom Call

Something that might not be readily apparent to the average person is how much conversational dynamics shift when you aren’t able to talk face to face. Having to have an in-depth conversation online versus in-person…
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21 August 2020

Trails are Sacred Spaces

A sacred place is defined as place or space distinguished from other spaces through rituals that people either practice at a place or direct toward it. Some of these sacred places are often identified as…
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19 August 2020

The Evolution of Mentoring

One of the major aspects of this fellowship has been mentoring. Not only has my official mentor, Susan Rosebrough, been a tremendous influence and provided invaluable guidance, but so have so many others. I have…
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19 August 2020

Programming in a Pandemic

The majority of my time working with the Tennessee RiverLine and now halfway through my fellowship has been devoted to the creation, development and implementation of a program called the Tennessee RiverTowns. This program in…
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15 August 2020

Better than Master of One

Jack of all trades, Master of none… Graduating with a Bachelor of Science degree, I believed that I would be plunged into a world of beakers, lab experiments, data, and the coveted day out in…
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