Now, in Japanese shi can be very, very bad because it translates as death (æ») and four (å››) – pending the other character(s) after shi. I’m rolling with the å›› version of shi and believe that is going to be another year of significant changes for me professionally.
Soon enough I’ll be working with (WITH!) faculty to create (CREATE!) workshops, new methods of teaching with technology, etc. It’s going to be a great ride. I’m very ready and very excited. Soon enough an announcement will be made to the SLC community. Quite likely within the next week. Lalala.