This is Dr. Van Vleck's HI 208 & HI 209 website. It's the locale for all manner of information, downloads, and resources pertinent to my HI 209 and 208 classes, as well as links that have nothing to do with academia. Drop in frequently. As the Buddha noted, everything is constantly changing.
Dr. Philip C. Van Vleck
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Office hours Spring '19 - Tuesdays 8:45 to 9:30 pm.
Re: Life in the real world
The NCSU Career Development Center is worth a visit. Staff provide advice and counsel for all degree programs. Check them out here.
Speaking of Careers...
The following link will prove instructive -
What Employers Want
Global Perspectives Certificate
The goal of the Global Perspectives Certificate is to recognize students for their international studies and activities, and to encourage students to continue their global interests both overseas and within the United States. All undergraduate degree-seeking students and all majors are welcome, including undergraduate international students.
The certificate allows students to document academic, professional, and extra-curricular international involvement for future scholarship opportunities, employers, and graduate schools. Upon completion, students will receive an official certificate and a notation on their transcript documenting their global experiences during their studies.
Check it out - GPC
A book worth reading: My Name is Red, by Orhan Pamuk.
Common sense and a sense of humor are the same thing, moving at different speeds. A sense of humor is just a common sense, dancing. Those who lack humor are without judgment and should be trusted with nothing.
Clive James, literary critic
The hand vs. the laptop
Taking lecture notes by hand may be the wise move. Read all about it right here.
This is the cover of my new novel, available via amazon.com.