#2 A Day in the Life of a Professor
The Student Caring Project champions the higher education student by surrounding them with a community of support. This community will often consist of family, professors, administrators, and staff. One of our most popular blog posts has been “A Day in the Life of a College Student.”
Following up on that concept, Co-founder, David Pecoraro picked up his digital recorder on the morning of November 26, 2012 and recorded his day. We hope you will be entertained, amused, and quite possibly learn something about, at least, one day in the life of this professor!
This episode picks up where the previous one left off.
11:00 am – Stage Lighting Design Class
12:07 pm – Office time – Lunch Break!
02:20 pm – Journey to my Introduction to the Arts Class
02:35 pm – Experiencing a group production number with student choreographer, Bretlyn Schmitt.
03:55 pm – Lighting Class – Lab / Light Call 05:00 pm – Break! Audio tour of my office
05:30 pm – Dinner with my son, Joseph at the university cafeteria
06:45 pm – Return to the theatre for a dress rehearsal for “Little Women”
09:3 0 pm – After the dress rehearsal, David walks back to his office and concludes his day.
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