Monthly Archives: September 2012

Shake up your story

Today’s Ted Speech is a charming, short talk delivered by Raghava KK exploring the link between creativity and perspective. Our reality of the world is grounded in the stories we tell ourselves and it’s nice to live our own story.

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CALL Mentor Spotlight: Dora Al-Helfee

Dora Al-Helfee   Dora Al-Helfee is a lover of food. As a senior at Arizona State University who is currently pursuing a degree in the field of Communication she hope to become public relation specialist Dora is very passionate about

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Introducing.. The Graduate Student Directors of CALL: The Communication Lab

Ana Terminel Iberri Ana Terminel Iberri is a graduate student in the Communication and Advocacy program at ASU West Campus. This is her third semester serving as a Graduate Student Director in CALL. Her interest in communication was fueled during

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TED Tuesday: Creativity in Speaking

VIDEO: Ted Tuesday: Creative Speaking Creativity – for some, so natural and for others, torturous.  Often when I assign a project, I tell students that I would like some evidence of creative thought.  This frequently results in looks of horror. 

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CALL Mentor Spotlight: Eric Davis

Eric Davis is currently a junior studying Communication at Arizona State’s West Campus. At 20 years old, this is his 2nd semester as a CALL Mentor. He plans to graduate in May of 2014 with a Bachelor’s degree only to

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September 11th – Terrible and Transformative

Our Ted Tuesday speech today explores how two women, mothers, moved beyond their initial shock and grief surrounding the events of September 11th to a space that allowed for understanding, shared experiences, and even friendship. Like these women, for many

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What’s in a word?

Students can tell you…I’m not completely up-to-date on the latest “words.”  I am constantly asking, “what does that mean?”  (this week is was “fly”)  They tell me to use Urban Dictionary.com but that is even more confusing and just takes

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