Lots of things. It was a hectic – but good – semester. 50 sessions later, I’m ready for the break.
A few things I’m eager for in the spring:
Co-chairing my institution’s Martin Luther King, Jr. commemorative programming this year. We have ~215 volunteers for our day of service and Dr. Angela Davis is our keynote speaker. !!!
Kwame Harrison, Ali Colleen Neff, and the kid are presenting at Virginia Tech’s Conference on Higher Education Pedagogy again this year. You can get a sneak peak at our session here if you’re so inclined.
The RU DJ Club (we really need a better name…any ideas? I’m maybe showing my age but I’m hoping it ends in “Crew”) is taking off. All the paperwork is officially official and we’re planning a DJ battle (food trucks too or nah?) for April.
COLLEGE RADIO ORAL HISTORY PROJECT!
Writing…(hopefully) lots of writing.
Teaching…I love teaching. And learning. Learning is the best.
I had an amazing time at the 10th Annual Metrolina Library Association Conference. Both presentations went well according to the feedback we received. Thank you to everyone that attended my team’s sessions!