September 20 2017
I’d like to start with a quote from Paulo Coelho’s book, Brida: “Nothing in the world is ever completely wrong, my dear," said her father looking at the clock. "Even a stopped clock is right twice a day.” That’s an interesting quote, but what does it have to do with feedback? Well, think how many times you gave someone feedback, starting with the assumption that they are not up to your standards... Read more >
September 20 2017
The University of New York in Prague, in cooperation with the Tarleton State University and the Institute of Criminology and Social Prevention of the Czech Republic, organized a symposium entitled “Crime, Conflict and Violence in a Global Society” on September 11. The symposium was an opportunity for scholars to come together to reflect on the role that the different forms of violence have in our... Read more >
September 06 2017
At University of New York in Prague, we love our students. And so we’re empowering them. This year, real students will be sharing university stories with the world. “We want to show people what UNYP is all about,” UNYP General Manager Sotiris Foutsis says. “It’s important to let students know what life at UNYP is like, and that we give them a safe and positive environment where they can feel... Read more >
The “greenhouse effect” has already begun.
June 16 2017
Since the middle of the 20th century, scientists have warned that human technology and economic “progress” have been disrupting the worldwide carbon cycle, one of many fundamental processes on which life on Earth depends. Sixteen out of the first seventeen years of the 21st century have been the warmest years on record for the planet as a whole, and 2016 was the hottest ever recorded. The 2016... Read more >
Literacy is at the heart of all learning.
June 16 2017
My expertise is in language and literacy. In the United States of America, I had the pleasure of working independently and collaboratively in teams on research projects that aided learning and development for learners to succeed academically. I research in the areas of reading and literacy, and I am interested in more opportunities and possibilities to collaborate with experienced researchers in... Read more >


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