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First published November 20, 2013

How wonderfully disruptive to find myself learning from former and present students and fellow teachers worldwide who are far younger than me. Thank you, Carroll alumna ’95 Dr. Michelle Braun, for returning to your undergraduate alma mater and sharing insights about maintaining brain health. You truly deserve the Joseph Runkel Award for Excellence in Psychology, which you recently earned.

Photo: Carroll alumna Michelle Braun '95, Ph.D., today received the university's Joseph Runkel Award for Excellence in Psychology. She visited with students and an audience in the Campus Center's Stackner Ballroom to give a talk on brain health that was featured earlier this year on MPTV. See it here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p3YR6l91_IwThank you, too, Irma Milevičiūtė (Lithuania), Inci Aslan (Turkey), and Luis Miguel Minarro Lopez (Spain), for introducing me to Etwinning and for facilitating and creating global opportunities for me to learn from you and your elementary school students. I admire and am inspired by your teaching and your willingness to share.
Thank you, Evita David, for educating me from Mumbai, India.
You have greatly extended my opportunities to learn and to overcome artificial boundaries hindering learning. And how blessed I have been these past 35 years of teaching, having worked closely and learned so much with and from talented student research assistants. You keep me young at heart.
May we continue to enjoy watching Sesame Street parodies together!