In what was my introductory column
, I mentioned how 'each year felt like an eternity' growing up.
Vocal coaching demands lifelong study for any pianist, but I continue to feel drawn to address it, and am now "biting the bullet" in this introductory column
of a whole season of columns to come on the topic of vocal coaching.
Already a member of The CPA Journal Editorial Board and frequent contributor on auditing theory and history, his introductory column
concerns a seldom-considered auditing risk: revenue understatement.
In our introductory column
in November, I spoke of profiling right-minded environmental health projects that address the numerous challenges agencies face today.
In considering what to write for this piece, I went back to the introductory column
Phyllis wrote for FC in Fall 1991.
I Am Not a Computer Whiz will be Ludwig's introductory column
In her introductory column
as editor in the May/June issue, Robertson pledged that the magazine would "work at a small part of the huge task of turning knowledge into wisdom" During her tenure she published work by Nobel laureate H.J.
This month's introductory column
points out that 30% of your current energy usage could be wasted, and that two-thirds of that amount could be saved through no-cost or low-cost management and maintenance improvements.
This introductory column
is meant to get you thinking about how ethics plays out in your nursing practice.
In this introductory column
, we've elected to touch on a variety of subjects.
Exactly 6 1/2 years ago, I opened the October issue with an introductory column
describing myself as a pro-growth, liberal Democrat.
That, indeed, was how my introductory column
would have read had it not been for the text message that crazily frogged its way into my mobile as I sped north on GNER towards the nation's capital of tranquillity.