Welcome to the LMI Blog Spot. These blogs are another tool within LMI to help African Americans prepare for senior administrative and faculty positions, by sharing narratives, relevant issues related to leadership and higher education, accomplishment stories, and skills needed for success. New blogs are added on a regular basis.
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Disclaimer: AABHE LMI provides an outlet for LMI faculty and alumni to share ideas and concepts about leadership and mentoring. Blogs are individual ideas and views of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect those of AABHE LMI.
Ignoring Your Essay Article deadline May Cost You Test Score Individuals who have to write urgent essays on subjects that are of immediate interest but don’t want to submit a long multi-paged essay to colleges can benefit from urgent essays. Many universities and colleges require that students submit their essays within a specified time frame […]
I will also shutdown and restart my computer before using printer as suggested. Reinstall your printer drivers again and make sure you’ve selected all its necessary components. Below a technical guide given in PDF format on how to download and install brother printer on windows 7, windows 10, and mac. So, these are some of […]
Yes, you can just choose “create installation media for another PC”. Buying Windows 10 is a onetime purchase process and you will get the unlimited updates / upgrades. Microsoft announces Windows 10 as the last version and provides it as a service. There will not be next version like Windows 11 etc., so now is […]
Once activated, it is possible to carry out all the normal functions through the Avast driver update UI. It is important that the Avast Driver Updater is installed properly. This is because while it can be tested and used for free, there are certain restrictions. Installing Avast driver updater is not a complex process. You […]
The app Hornet, which caters to the gay male community, has seen a 30-percent increase in social feed engagement since social distancing measures began in mid-March, according to CEO Christof Wittig. And the dating app Tinder reported that it saw more engagement on March 29 than on any other day in its history, with more […]
Obtaining Access through Accountability Networking and affiliation both were essential components of my Historically Black College & University (HBCU) experience, and to this day I still reap the benefits of connections established during my HBCU days. I learned very early in my educational journey how important it was to set my best foot forward when […]
This year while at the AABHE Leadership and Mentoring Institute (LMI) held at Texas Southern University (Houston, TX), the question was asked: “Should I take on an administrative role in an interim capacity?” There may come a time in your professional career that you will be asked to consider taking on an administrative role in […]
When discussing success, the advice that we share often comes from motives of care and compassion. Most of us want individuals to excel in their worthy pursuits and in life. We want to point others toward a hopeful, fulfilling and rewarding future. I would like to share with you the same words of advice that […]
Mentoring matters. Leadership matters. Opportunities for professionals in higher education to receive both mentoring and leadership certainly matters. As I reflect on the role that the Leadership and Mentoring Institute (LMI) has had on my career, I have come to realize that the “I” or the individual has limits. This realization has developed in part […]
In spring, 2013, Robin Thicke, Pharell, and TI released the chart topping song, “Blurred Lines” which discusses the courtship intentions for a woman who is currently in a romantic relationship with another man. The premise of the song suggests that the woman is a “good girl” but that she wants to get “nasty” (sexually provocative) […]