My friend Todd just had an article published and he thanked me in the paper for helping edit the paper. How cool is that. Thanks Todd!
Barry, Todd. 2017. “Trade Gains via Business Market Share: U.S.-Global Posturing with Insight from Previous Manufacturing Battles”
International Journal of Business and Information Volume 12 Number 1.
You can find the paper here:
Todd Barry 2017
Last week I learned that a Letter to the Editor that I had written to the Saint Paul Pioneer Press Newspaper was going to be published, but I did not know when. So today was that lucky day! It was in print and online, so I stopped and purchased a few copies. You can see it online here
A Letter I wrote to the MinnPost (a nonprofit online newspaper) was published today! I did not even know it was accepted and I was just looking at their site and there it was. A wonderful surprise! You can read it live and in person here:
New publication: Aho, Melissa. “Minnesota Chapter.”
99 News: The Official Magazine of the International Organization of Women Pilots 43, No. 2, (March/April 2017): 30.
New book review published: Alec Ash’s “Wish Lanterns: Young Lives in New China”.
Library Journal, March 1, 2017, Vol.142(4), p.95. This is book review #125!!!
With this book review, I have been reviewing books for
Library Journal for over 10 years!
Two new short articles in the latest edition of the
Waypoint, one with happy news and one with sad news:
“Minnesota Chapter News.”
Waypoint: North Central Section, The Ninety-Nines, Inc. Vol. 7, Issue 3, (Winter 2016/2017): 31-32.
“New Horizons: Patricia Emberg.”
Waypoint: North Central Section, The Ninety-Nines, Inc. Vol. 7, Issue 3, (Winter 2016/2017): 32.
New publication: Aho, Melissa. “Pat Emberg.” 99 News: The Official Magazine of the International Organization of Women Pilots 43, No. 1, (January/February 2017): 31.
New publication: Aho, Melissa. “Minnesota Chapter.” 99 News: The Official Magazine of the International Organization of Women Pilots 43, No. 1, (January/February 2017): 29.
New book review just published: Review of Jack O’Gorman’s “Reference Sources for Small and Medium-Sized Libraries” Public Services Quarterly 13, no. 1 (January-March 2017): 24-25.
This is book review #124!
Reference Sources for Small and Medium Sized Libraries
Today I received my
Certificate in Social Sector Leadership from the Philanthropy University and the Haas School of Business, University of California, Berkeley. I have been working on their 7 MOOCs classes since March. Philanthropy University is the “first-of-its kind educational initiative helps people working for social good deepen their impact and change the world” (http://philanthropyu.org/). The classes were: LEADERSHIP: TEN RULES FOR IMPACT AND MEANING, GLOBAL SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP, ORGANIZATIONAL CAPACITY: ASSESSMENT TO ACTION, FUNDRAISING: HOW TO CONNECT WITH DONORS, HOW TO SCALE SOCIAL IMPACT, ESSENTIALS OF NONPROFIT STRATEGY, and FINANCIAL MODELING FOR THE SOCIAL SECTOR. All of the classes were very interesting, involving some type of group work, video watching, readings, an assignment, and included individuals from around the globe.