Chancellor Everts recently shared “Mindset, the New Psychology of Success” by Stanford University psychologist Carol Dweck with her Cabinet. Dweck’s fresh and insightful look into the power of developing a fluid (not rigid) mindset is a practical tool for anyone who manages people—parents, teachers, coaches, supervisors or leaders. A good read all around.
“April 4, 1968: Martin Luther King, Jr.’s Death and How it Changed America” by Michael Eric Dyson, explores King’s legacy since his assassination. Dyson will be on campus Tuesday, April 12. The audio version of Dyson’s book is particularly compelling as Dyson narrates in a voice and cadence that, at times, is eerily like King’s.