4 non-obvious reasons why obstacle racing makes me a better professor (I think)

My paying job is as an associate professor at the University of Kentucky College of Pharmacy.  I do a little bit of everything: teach, research, write, and even administer some educational initiatives.  So, what in the world makes me think (emphasis on think) that training and racing has anything to do with how I perform my job? Right from the start I’m going to dismiss … Continue reading 4 non-obvious reasons why obstacle racing makes me a better professor (I think)

What I appreciate about Hobie Call

I oftentimes grow weary of social media rants, complaints, and the keyboard-enabled “call-outs” of people.  While that may at times play an important role in the development of the sport, I believe we need more public discussions that uplift spirits.  So here I am, trying to do my part. Hobie Call has received his share of accolades for winning races, being fan-friendly, and playing a … Continue reading What I appreciate about Hobie Call