Alumni Author Series - The Schenley Experiment
The Schenley Experiment is the story of Pittsburgh’s first public high school, a social incubator in a largely segregated city that was highly—even improbably—successful throughout its 156-year existence.
Alumni Author Series - What Though the Field Be Lost
Join Christopher Kempf, Ph.D. '07 as he shares his recent publication "What Though the Field Be Lost," a collection of poems which uses the battlefield at Gettysburg as a way to engage issues involving race, regional identity, & the ethics of memory.
Previous Programs and Other Information
Alumni Author Series - Beyond Life's Moments
Join Nicole Spindler '19 as discusses her book “Beyond Life's Moments,” which takes the readers on a journey of self-growth to learn how to thrive throughout and beyond life’s challenges or setbacks.
Alumni Author Series - Conscious Empowerment
Leah Berdysz '17 discusses her book “Conscious Empowerment: A Guide to Helping Girls Build Self-Esteem and Confidence” which explores the intersection of race, culture, ethnic background, & socioeconomic status on the development of young girls.
Alumni Author Series - Coaching and Teaching Generation Z
Coach Brian Polian '97 draws upon his 20+ years of coaching experience at the NCAA Division 1 level and shares ways to most effectively connect with, teach, and develop young people.
Books and Other Published Works by JCU Alumni
Title: Retirement: Congratulations, You Have Been Promoted to CEO! The Habits of Highly Effective CEOs that are Necessary for Retiring Healthy, Wealthy, and Fulfilled!
Author: Terry S. Mulhern '89
Date Published: 01/15/2021
About the Book: To have a fulfilling retirement, you need the trifecta of physical health, mental health, and financial health. To accomplish this, treat your retirement like a company that you will be the CEO of for over 20 years in retirement. - Never ever set it and forget it. Top CEOs hire the best people. It is their number one responsibility. The same is true with your retirement. Don't just read my book and expect changes. Utilize the Workbook that goes along with my book to actually make changes.
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