#InVinoFab Episode no. 11: Poetry Pause: No Sooner

No Sooner by Michael Leunig from the Personal Funeral blog “No sooner do you arrive than it’s time to leave. How beautiful it is, how glorious, yet it’s nearly time to go. So you take it in, you take it in. And you take a few small souvenirs, some leaves: lavender, rosemary, eucalyptus. A few…

In Vino Fabulum, Episode No. 7: What the Temp? #InVinoFab

Temperature Tips We have a wine Goldilocks problem. When wine is too cold, you can hardly taste it. When it’s too warm, it tastes yuck. But most wine, whether it’s consumed at home or in restaurants, is often served at the wrong temperature. Back in the day, two benchmarks controlled wine service: The temperature of…

In Vino Fabulum, Episode No. 6: Toni Ressaire

We are thrilled to welcome Toni Ressaire, a technical communicator, trainer and consultant, to join the In Vino Fabulum podcast for episode no. 6. Besides working with companies in the software development industry on five continents (we secretly think she’s Carmen Sandiego), Toni shares with us her rather non-traditional uses for traditional technology communication (tech…

In Vino Fabulum, Episode 1: Introducing Our Wine Bible Study

Part of this new In Vino Fabulum (#InVinoFab) podcast, will dig into a particular issue related to the topic of women, education, or wine. This new series will engage and introduce you to new voices of women in education; however, these shorter episodes will introduce you to wine concepts. This is a sort of a…

The #3Wedu Podcast No 16: #OLCinnovate 2017 Re-Cap

On April 5, the women of #3Wedu traveled to New Orleans, Louisiana to facilitate roundtable discussions on ways to re-define education to support women in innovative contexts. If you haven’t heard about this, check out our last blog post about the #3Wedu Conversation at #OLCinnovate: News, blogs, and panels are filled with horror stories from…

The #3Wedu Podcast No 15: Gender Bias and Sexism in 2017

During women’s history month, we’ve celebrated the women who successfully challenged the status quo, the ‘hidden figures’ we never knew were the real heroes and questioned why women still face so much discrimination and harassment. A recent article highlights the barriers women continue to face. Martin Schneider, a writer, and editor at an entertainment publication sent out…

The #3Wedu Podcast, No. 14: Gender Matters

On National Drink Wine Day, it only seems fitting to remind others to join us next week for wine and banter on episode no. 14 of the #3Wedu Podcast. During the first half of the podcast, we will connect with Ann Marie and Rich about their research on women university presidents. Does gender matter for…