Dr. Bob in Print

Some National Articles

USA Today:
Featured in Life section of USA Today Print Edition:”Get “Ready” for Honest College Advice”

USA Today Online:
“Who’s “Really Ready” for college? Retired Marquette dean gives advice”

The Wall Street Journal on Campus: Using Social Media to Define the Rules of the [Dorm] Room.”

The Washington Post Online:10 Tips for Parents Starting a New School Year”

U.S. News & World Report: Best Colleges 2011 and 2012 Eds. Quoted in two articles

  • “Break That Hovering Habit Early
  • “A Crash Course in College Preparedness”

www.nytimes/edlife: Contributed to “Failure Is Not an Option”

The Fiscal Times: quoted in “High College Dropout Rate Threatens U.S. Growth”

CollegePrepU.com  Two part series:

Part 1 – “Get Smart and Graduate On-Time—why graduating on-time is important.”

Part 2 – “Are you “College Ready?” How to eliminate the mistakes the prevent success in college”

www.SayCampusLife.com: Is a college minor Important?”

Charlotte Observer Countdown to College Column (Nationally syndicated)

“How to pick the right college”

“Head-off College Debt: Shape teen skills early” Carried by more than 989 online placements in newspapers across the country and 34 print placements

“Teen Study Tips That Pay Off in School and in Life” Carried by 732 online newspaper placements across the county.


Some Parenting Magazines, Educator and Student Publications

WISE Magazine:  Feature article: “10 Tips for starting a new school year” 

Staten Island Magazine Cover Story: “Advice on how to be a good test-taker”

Next Step Magazine: College Readiness: “The need for new study/learning habits—and starting early”

Next Step in School Counseling (Next StepU for School Counselors) “Learning how to Learn”

Next Step in School Counseling (Next StepU for School Counselors) Contributor to “Let’s Get Organized”

SHINE.yahoo.com  Contributor to “Does Going to college make you smarter —or poorer

www.treasurevalleyteen.com. , Family Magazine & Media, Inc.Use the first two weeks of a school year to get off to a good start,”

Student health 101 newsletter: contributed to three editions:

  • “A Finals Survival Guide”
  • “Students and  the long-term effects of tattoos”
  • “Suggestions for students who feel depressed in college”


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