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February 06, 2013

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I would just like to congratulate you on putting up with the weird teacher, as it were.

:-)

Isn't it weird STARTING to be chair? Most people are normal, but one or two are beginning to sidle up to me in search of information or whatever--I'm actually trying to have informal "how are you doing, what do you need" conversations so that I go into situations like the deployment meeting with pretty good info. Sometimes people think they've been very clear about what they want to Dr. Tea, but they haven't. Starting over with me is a good time to get them to articulate issues they may think are obvious. (For example, I thought Romola would want to do creative writing, but I wasn't so sure she would be willing to take it on as a third prep. Turns out she is.)

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