Andrew Peterson of Peterson Quality Malt has been malting Vermont-grown grains to supply Vermont’s rapidly growing market of brewers and distillers. He believes that these local businesses deserve a fresh, […]
With more and more studies suggesting a strong link between a firm’s commitment to sustainability and its performance, this Harvard Business Review blog article makes a case for compensating senior leaders using s […]
Here I go wading into a type of debate this blog does not often venture into: the debate surrounding Google employee James Damore’s firing for his ‘Ideological Echo Chamber’ manifesto. I find this to be a c […]
The CTL welcomes our new faculty associates, Nicole Phelps, (History) and Dianna Murray-Close, (Psychological Science).
In their roles as faculty associates, Drs. Phelps and Murray-Close will be available to […]
The CTL is excited to welcome Dr. Steven Netcoh who will be completing a one-year postdoc with us. Dr. Netcoh will be developing materials, resources, and tutorials for faculty who are interested in conducting and […]
Respondus Lockdown Browser Pilot Program
Over the years, faculty have expressed interest in a more secure environment to deliver online exams. In response, the CTL is testing Respondus Lockdown Browser (RLB) […]
Here are two recent reports that shed light on the varying opportunities and constraints facing the expansion of food sales for New England farmers and food distributors.
“Getting it There”, Farm to […]
Today, we’re back with our first true post in the Get Off the Pile: Personal Finance Edition Series!
This post is all about budgeting and saving. Not the most thrilling subject, but doing it right can mean you […]
I took the Stata programming class at the Johns Hopkins School of Public Health during grad school It was taught by Dorry Segev. If you are at the school, I highly, highly, highly recommend taking it and doing a […]
Have you received a letter, email, or even a Facebook message telling you that you have won a sweepstakes or lottery prize, such as thousands of dollars and a car? Have you been asked to send money to cover taxes […]
I’m not an organized person by nature. However, I’m the kind of guy that likes to implement systems to overcome problems. In medical school, I didn’t have any sort of structure for my projects and found it […]