Post 1- I started my faculty study grant early this morning with a 6 a.m. flight to Philadelphia. If my airport experience is any indication, I am in for a pleasant trip. The flight was early, so the security line was virtually non-existant. My phone boarding pass registered on the scanner on the first try. … Continue reading National Constitution Center
An Underwater Experience
Jack Williams is a vocational nursing instructor mainly teaching in the nursing simulation laboratory at the Cleburne campus as well as clinical medical and surgical specialties at Hill Regional Hospital in Hillsboro. His focus is on all areas of gerontology to include immune and cardiovascular disorders. He has been an instructor at Hill College for … Continue reading An Underwater Experience
Prepping for the Canyon
Post 1- Prepping for the Canyon I’ve received my books and trail maps, and I’ve already started to read up on the Grand Canyon. Did you know that multiple people have died because a mule knocked them off the edge of the canyon? Mules are supposed to get the right-of-way. Hikers are supposed to stop, … Continue reading Prepping for the Canyon
Henry Ford Museum in Detroit/Dearborn, Mich.
Jerry Hampton has a bachelor's degree in Vocational Teaching from Western New Mexico University, and a master's degree from Tarleton State University. He has over 25 years of experience as a technician or manager in automotive businesses, and 18 years teaching auto mechanics, eight years of which have been at Hill College. Hampton describes his … Continue reading Henry Ford Museum in Detroit/Dearborn, Mich.
I started the day with a trip to the Golden Gate Bridge, and while a little foggy, the bay was pretty clear, with nice views of Alcatraz Island. I toured the island in the early afternoon, so the weather was clear with a nice breeze. I spent a few hours on the island, following along … Continue reading The Rock
It’s Cold in San Francisco
I've never been out here before, but I learned from the mistakes of others and remembered to bring a jacket. It's chilly out here and the wind is no joke. Between a flight delay and navigating public transportation, I didn't get much done today besides travel. I'm staying close to Golden Gate Park, so I … Continue reading It’s Cold in San Francisco