Worldwide Impact: Tim Whitham, MS, EFO

University of Wisconsin Oshkosh Fire and Emergency Response Management graduate Tim Whitham, MS, EFO is teaching a pair of Core Education courses at Fire-Rescue International, the International Association of Fire Chiefs’ Conference and Expo, this weekend (Aug. 7-10, 2019) in Atlanta. Whitham has been the Fire Chief in Edwardsville, Kan., since 2015 and also serves as an Adjunct Faculty Member in the College […]

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Writing Prompt: Tablespoon / Misapplication / Projectile

Mr. Alonza lifted open his eyes after a recreational night of imbibing, the assortment of black lashes fluttering over his pupils. A tablespoon of apple cider vinegar pierced through his veins like the sporadic memories from the previous evening clouding his conscious with self-doubt and regret: an awkward and unsuccessful courtship attempt when Tonya Herlowitz […]

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Studying with the Stars

  Dr. Gregory Mosby delves into astronomy’s most pressing questions. The lead author of five abstracts found in the Space Astrophysics/NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS). A contributor to seven other projects, including the Robert Stobie Spectrograph-Near Infrared (RSS-NIR) of the Southern African Large Telescope (SALT). An EAGLE Middle School Science Mentor Program Astronomy Mentor as […]

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Wisconsin School of Business Student Spotlight Revisions

This is not an official University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Business publication and is only intended to serve as a display of my writing ability. “STUDENT SPOTLIGHT” INTRODUCTIONS — Mike DeVine Wisconsin School of Business MBA Graduation Year: 2019 (3) Erik Aellig Erik is looking to advance in his company and obtain credentials for a […]

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The Human Touch: Levin Warns that Technology May be Draining Health Care Empathy

This is not an official University of Utah Health Sciences publication and is only intended to serve as a display of my writing ability. Fifty-six percent of all Americans own a smart phone. The term nomophobia has been coined and accepted into our lexicon to describe the fear and rush of anxiety that may accompany some […]

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Wisconsin School of Business Student Spotlight Introduction Revisions

This is not an official University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Business publication and is only intended to serve as an exhibition of my writing ability. “STUDENT SPOTLIGHT” INTRODUCTIONS — Mike DeVine Wisconsin School of Business MBA Graduation Year: 2019 (3) Erik Aellig Erik is looking to advance in his company and obtain credentials for a […]

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