Dec. 9th, 2008

Out of 20

Dec. 9th, 2008 12:35 pm
number of students in danger of getting a D or F in my morning Intro class: 10
number of students who showed up for the review session for the final exam: 2
number of students who have even started the final set of assignments that are due next week: 4 (2 of those already have an A in the course)
Can someone explain to me why many/most (?) organizations have a level on the organizational chart where lapel pins become an expected accessory?

I will soon be spending much of my work life in the company of those who wear them. I even worry that someone is going to hand me one to wear soon. Quite frankly I just don't get them. Noticing such pins on the Dean, the VCAAs, and the Red Cross Executive Director in the last few days has me pondering their meaning. These were all organization pins as opposed to flag pins.

I keep coming back to WHY and exactly what are they supposed to signal.

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