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The End

Over the last 10 weeks, I've had my fair share of blogging and finding unique ways to intertwine education and public relations. It's been real; it's been fun, but it hasn't been real fun. Blogging appeals to me because it is a platform where I can share my voice and speak on issues that I... Continue Reading →

Pending Response from Schill

After the Bigby-Williams rape investigation last year and a full spread in Sports Illustrated, Eugene and followers were left with a sour taste in their mouths. There was no resolution on the horizon and it eventually crossed the desk of U.S. Senator Ron Wyden. An alumna from the University of Oregon, Wyden demanded answers from the... Continue Reading →

5 Ways EdTech is Strengthening Our Classrooms

The more technology grows, the more we see the walls of traditional classrooms being torn down. Technology has reached one of the very core institutions in society - education. Teachers are now using modified channels for teaching and utilizing new platforms designed for student success. As communicators, I think these markets are virtually untapped due... Continue Reading →

Don & His Nanoparticles at UO Innovation Summit

Last Friday, the University of Oregon hosted their first Innovation Summit that included speaker presentations, interactive exhibits, art exhibitions and more. Since the announcement of the new Knight Campus, the university has been bringing all the big guns out to show their cutting edge advancements. The Innovation Summit bundled all the excitement together, fostering an environment... Continue Reading →

Code of Ethics

I consider myself a moral, ethical person. I typically know what is right and what is wrong. I do my best to avoid grey areas and live in a black and white world. Despite how dreary that sounds, it makes things a lot easier. I racked my brain trying to figure out the basics and... Continue Reading →

Education as Silicon Valley’s Next Investment

Online colleges have been growing and growing in the past decade, but up next is Silicon Valley's next venture: massive open online courses (MOOCs). To name a few, Coursera, Udacity and Udemy are offering highly specialized industry courses. Forbes referred to the offerings as, "microdegrees or nanodegrees," that only take several weeks to complete. The... Continue Reading →

Educating HBCU Communties on HIV/AIDS

As public health initiatives turn towards education, historical black colleges and universities (HBCUs) are being pinpointed to reaching a vast majority of people who suffer from HIV and are at a high risk based on their location. The study breaks it down by explaining that the ratio in these communities are an average of about... Continue Reading →

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