Much of my adult life has centered around my career as a teacher and my 28-plus years of employment as a professor in Coastal's E. Craig Wall Sr. College of Business Administration. In my presentation, I will focus briefly on my quest to become a teacher, but more importantly, I will discuss how Coastal has evolved and established itself as a dominant player in higher education in this region.
In many ways my growth as a teacher parallels Coastal's evolution from a small two-year college to a comprehensive university offering both baccalaureate and graduate degrees.
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Eason, James F., "Achieving the Dream: Values, Change and Service to the Community" (2005). HTC Distinguished Teacher-Scholar Lecture Series. 11.