This simple quote guides me every time I ask myself what it takes to be successful. As human beings we have a tendency to complicate what it takes to be successful, but at our core we all know that the only difference between failure and success is persistence....Read More
Building a vision for an organization or yourself that revolves around numbers and results can always fall apart, but finding your core ideology and building from it will always guarantee success.
I received my start in business, and learned about my passion for leadership, through selling Cutco knives and coaching others on how to do the same. The company has shown me how much I love growing as a person and helping others to grow....Read More
Because no obstacle is too big with persistence and the willingness to commit everything you have.
This week reports have been released showing the performance of the new offices around the country and my office has fallen drastically short of where we want to be....Read More
Being in the recruiting business makes you think really deeply about how you describe what you do, what your company does, and what the open positions you have entail. I can't help but feel like most of the people I interact with seem to embellish their roles, lack transparency, and fear that others will think less of them because of what they do and what their company does....Read More
Bottom line up front: "...you know you have found your passion when you can't sleep through the night because you wake up thinking about what you will do to tomorrow." A few weeks ago I woke up in the morning like I normally do and went about my morning routine of making a smoothie, eating breakfast, showering, dressing, and searching for inspiring things to listen to while I go about my process....Read More
Nearly 400 students were recognized at the 32nd Honors Convocation in mid-March in Baker Hall. The annual ceremony honors juniors and seniors who have achieved at least a 3.6 GPA or received academic prizes.
After University Chaplain Lloyd Steffen gave the invocation, University President Alice Gast praised the students for their accomplishments.
“You have earned this…through many hours of hard work, and you can take pride in a job well done,” she said...
Allen S. Quier Prize*
(Materials Science and Engineering)
George J. Ferko V ....
Several student and faculty awards were presented at the annual Student Materials Society Spring Picnic, April 21, 2010, in Whitaker Courtyard. The Student Materials Society is the Lehigh University student chapter of two professional societies,ASM International and The Minerals, Metals & Materials Society. The picnic, a longtime tradition, provides the opportunity for students and faculty to mingle in a social setting....Read More
Like the teachers of younger students, says Martin Harmer, college professors often face a challenge motivating their students to study science.
Harmer, a professor of materials science and engineering, has addressed this challenge by taking a cue from his wife, Andrea Harmer, who recently studied sixth-graders who investigated a hazardous waste site in Pennsylvania....Read More