Monthly Archive:: February 2014

Flexible Education Is The Key To Accommodating Individual Learners

I was an MBA dropout. I got married, became a stepmom, bought a new house, had a baby – you know, all the usual excuses. And then I decided to go back this year, and I am invariably one of the oldest people in my classes (if not THE oldest). It doesn’t bother me. Usually. […]

It’s Cold Outside, But INCPAS Is Heating Up

The calendar says we’re still in the middle of the coldest, snowiest winter in recent memory. The Winter Olympics are in their first week. Even the groundhog said six more weeks of winter. But inside the Society office, the pace of planning (if not the temperature), is rising. As Gary Bolinger alluded to in his […]