The Roasted Professor

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It takes 32 years and several anxious moments at his retirement roast, but Professor Ray Dennison finally finds the secret to success in his profession.

He shares it in this entertaining short story about college teaching and those who do it.

All characters, locations and events are fictional, but the issues are real and cause for reflection. More
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Words: 5,660
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301808458
About Larry LaForge

Larry LaForge spent thirty-five years in higher education as a teacher, researcher, and active member of the academic community. He taught business management courses at every level from undergraduate students to doctoral students, received major research grants, published in top journals, directed dissertations, and served on editorial boards. He also advised student organizations, chaired major campus committees, and worked closely with athletics as a faculty representative to the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA).

Dr. LaForge received significant professional awards during his academic career. Clemson University named him Alumni Distinguished Professor of Management for his work with undergraduate students. The Clemson faculty recognized him with the Class of 1939 Award for Excellence, their highest honor. Student government at Clemson honored him with the Prince Award for Innovation in Teaching, and the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching named him 1995 South Carolina Professor of the Year. In 1996 he was named a Fellow of the Decision Sciences Institute.

He received his B.S. from Clemson, and his MBA and Ph.D. from the University of Georgia.

As an independent author, Larry LaForge draws on his experiences in higher education and college sports to create stories that illustrate interesting issues and dilemmas in our times.

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Review by: K. C. Boone, MSFE on April 12, 2013 :
After the retirement, the adventure begins...
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