Posts Dated Archive: February 2009

COPING WITH CRISIS-Resilience and smarter systems may be the way to survive and thrive

Weekend observations At the end of cycling class Monday morning, I talked with two men who have children of college age. They were bemoaning the fact that there aren’t going to be jobs for their children. We’d had a fabulous 90-minute workout, our endorphins had kicked in, we felt a… Read More

Basketball, evidence, stimulus, fashion show, heroes

Stimulus It’s been a roller coaster kind of week. I participated in meetings in Atlanta for the CDC’s Task Force on Community Preventive Services. While the meeting was going on, e-mails were flying fast and furious about the stimulus package and what it might mean for public health. The good… Read More

Back from NYC

Meeting Alumni Last week, Peggy Dean Glenn and I went to NYC to meet with some of our alumni in the area. When I meet with alumni, I am always so impressed by what they have accomplished and the many worlds in which they work. One of the people we… Read More