Archive for March, 2007

Activism Lite: think globally, act from your couch

Thursday, March 29th, 2007

I have two little spurts of mini-activism I’m engaged in. Both are trivial, of course, because you can’t do much to save the world from your laptop on your couch. You can, however, endeavor to make the world more comfortable, which both of my efforts do. 1) Save How I Met Your Mother: There have […]

Evaluation

Friday, March 23rd, 2007

I got my teaching evaluations from last semester back today (yes, it takes the department about 3 months to compile the information). They yielded what is my favorite student comment to date. On the question “How could the instructor improve the course?” I got the comment: “Maybe wear a blazer once in awhile.” I’m up […]