How To Be A Great Clinical Nursing Instructor - Some Thoughts

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Because we’re dealing with complex issues about racism and literature, and he’s always really empathetic and he gets things in some ways way quicker than a lot of folks do.” SOU senior instructor Jennifer Longshore, who had Fumagalli in classes such as Globalization and Contemporary Art and Activist Artists and Work in Community, has also been impressed with how well-rounded Fumagalli is, both as a student and as a person. “He can apply and lead people into creativity,” she said. “He’s not like an art major, he’s an art historian, and one who’s bringing art and its values to society and helping people to use it to think about their own lives and to reflect on that.” Fumagalli said he was a little surprised when he was selected to deliver the student commencement after a selection process that included reading his speech in full before a small committee. He’s edited the “five to six-minute” speech since then and says he feels honored to represent SOU’s Class of 2017. Fumagalli recognizes that the tired old stereotype associated with small colleges may be considered a bore by many, but he doesn’t care because, for him at SOU, it’s been the reality. “ I’ve had ups and downs, as is natural for any type of long-term program like this, but ultimately I feel very happy to have been here,” he said. “It’s a cliché at this point to say with the small school experience you get to meet with your professors, but I feel like that’s really true here. It seems like it’s not true at a lot of other places, but to me it’s very much so here. Like the opportunities I’ve had at the museum here. I’ve talked to other people who are at bigger schools, more prestigious schools that have museums and stuff and they’re not doing the same level of work that I and my co-workers are doing.

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