One of many stories

Thursday, March 12: When I woke up Thursday morning, I decided to self-isolate. I woke up with a heaviness in my chest, like someone was sitting on it. I also had a sore throat and a dry cough. I checked my temperature and it was normal. I have not been overseas and have not knowinglyContinue reading “One of many stories”

A book for everyone

I’ve been rereading Uncommon Core in preparation for planning out my next book, and I have to tell you, it’s giving me the feels. I’ve cried through every chapter, remembering the connection I had with my students and the lessons we learned from each other. In some ways, it’s a hard book to market becauseContinue reading “A book for everyone”

Episode 76: UNH Non-renewal Update with Cindy Pulkkinen

December 23, 2018 All In with Pauline Hawkins Cindy Pulkkinen was a Principal Lecturer at UNH, and taught English as a Second Language until May 2018, when her contract was not renewed along with 16 other lecturers. Cindy gives us an update on the non-renewal lecturers and talks about the difficulties of getting a full-timeContinue reading “Episode 76: UNH Non-renewal Update with Cindy Pulkkinen”

Episode 66: Digital Marketing with Sabrina Kizzie

September 30, 2018 All In with Pauline Hawkins Sabrina Kizzie is a nationally recognized consultant, marketing expert, author and motivational speaker. She is currently a professor at the City University of New York’s Baruch College, and the Steven L. Newman Real Estate Institute, where she teaches several courses including social media marketing, interactive marketing, mediaContinue reading “Episode 66: Digital Marketing with Sabrina Kizzie”

Episode 54: An Artist’s Journey with Sarah Clawson

June 10, 2018 All In with Pauline Hawkins Sarah Clawson is a former student who is forging her own path as an artist and small business owner. She specializes in ceramics and teaches at Firefly Pottery in Portsmouth. She talks about her artist’s journey, going against the norm, the relationship between artists, empathy, and depressionContinue reading “Episode 54: An Artist’s Journey with Sarah Clawson”

Episode 53: A Year of Saying Yes with Jamie Jenson

May 27, 2018 All In with Pauline Hawkins Jamie Jenson decided to change her course after years of teaching and a life-changing event with a year of saying “Yes!” One of those yeses was pursuing a childhood dream of becoming a journalist. She recently graduated from the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at SyracuseContinue reading “Episode 53: A Year of Saying Yes with Jamie Jenson”

Episode 49: Card Designs with Courtney Daniel

April 24, 2018 All In with Pauline Hawkins Courtney Daniel is a client relations expert and a nationally recognized award-winning business owner. She specializes in card designs and hand-written thank you notes with C. Daniel Designs. She works with elite professionals and has worked with top name celebrities in the industry. Courtney talks about herContinue reading “Episode 49: Card Designs with Courtney Daniel”

Episode 46: Music and Arts with Rebecca Harrison and Katie Grazier

April 3, 2018 All In with Pauline Hawkins Rebecca Harrison and Katie Grazier are from Portsmouth Music and Arts Center or PMAC. On April 13 at Harbour Events, they have Spring Fever for the Arts Fundraiser Party, which raises funds for youth scholarships at PMAC. Katie and Rebecca talk about how PMAC was started andContinue reading “Episode 46: Music and Arts with Rebecca Harrison and Katie Grazier”

Episode 42: UNH Lecturers with Sarah Hirsch and Cindy Pulkkinen

March 6, 2018 All In with Pauline Hawkins Sarah Hirsch and Cindy Pulkkinen are two of the 17 UNH lecturers who received non-renewal notices by mail in January. Everything about it was mishandled. Sarah and Cindy have dedicated much of their lives to UNH and their students. Once a month, I like to discuss issuesContinue reading “Episode 42: UNH Lecturers with Sarah Hirsch and Cindy Pulkkinen”

Episode 32: Higher Education with Molly Campbell, Catherine Moran, and Larry Beemer

December 19, 2017 All In with Pauline Hawkins Molly Campbell, Catherine Moran, and Larry Beemer, Lecturers at UNH, talk about some of the issues with higher education. Some of the topics we discuss are the “adjunctification” of higher education and the growth of the use of contingent faculty, the workload and working conditions of theContinue reading “Episode 32: Higher Education with Molly Campbell, Catherine Moran, and Larry Beemer”