Monthly Archives: October 2012

A Teacher and an Awakener

Conducting research at Rutgers University has taught me a lot about science, and has enhanced my communication, teaching, and most importantly, leadership skills.  Research provides me with the opportunity to learn the practical application of many topics I have learned … Continue reading

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It starts with “Why”

Following Simon Sinek’s TED talk about focusing on why we do things instead of just stating what we do, I am going to analyze three advertisements in the Targum that promote student involvement on campus. Advertisement #1: Catholic Student Association’s Fall … Continue reading

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Three’s Company: A Discussion on Delegation Styles

All student leaders join organizations with a mission; that is, with a set of tasks they must accomplish, and generally with another set of tasks they aim to accomplish but do not need as an entity. The completion of these … Continue reading

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How to invade the mind.

Imagine yourself picking up the Targum on your way to class or work in the morning. You’re flipping through the pages, casually skimming for ads or the latest football update. An ad catches your eye. You start reading it, and … Continue reading

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Strategies for successful meetings

It is inevitable that in any organization at times it becomes necessary to meet with other members of your organization in order to discuss the issues at hand or even plan for the future. As any read of Dilbert can … Continue reading

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To Serve, To Lead…

  Being that I am the Community Service Chair of my church’s youth group, I felt that it was time we volunteer at a soup kitchen.  After creating a poll, it was decided that we would help out at Elijah’s Promise-little did … Continue reading

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Where is the “Why?”

For this blog post, I decided to do an analysis on three Targum ads relating to getting involved on campus, with emphasis on the “why” of each organization. Photo example one: RUPA- my own organization and where we need to … Continue reading

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