Coffee: My muse, my addiction, my vice. I didn’t come to love coffee until college. I needed it to survive my 8:00 AM English course. Did anyone else do the head bob in college? You know, when you fall asleep, but catch yourself and jerk your head up so hard it gives you a bit of a headache? So yes, I found coffee and it was love at first sip. A [Super] Brief History Coffee was discovered in 400 AD in Ethiopia. It was used by monks during late night prayers at the monastery.
It’s currently what I am getting my Ph.D. in. More than a few times, people have inquired, what exactly is Educational Psych? According to the APA (American Psychological Association, the regulation-setter of all things psychology), the study of Educational Psychology focuses on learning, teaching, and academic research. Learning includes: human development (10 year olds learn differently than 20 year olds) cognitive ability (not just in age, but developmental disables as we
I recently met an amazing lady through mutual friends. We hit it off right away as we have similar confident, hard-working, but laid back personalities. Many of our conversations have revolved around social climates and, in particular, women. She shares my love of research and mentioned a recent Princeton study about sexism in theater. “In theater?!”, was my initial, surprised reaction. Isn’t theater and the arts progressive and women driven? Well, I caught myself in a ste