Tag Archives: New York University

Autism, Bias, and the Media

The media has been taking a lot of criticism these days.  While some see the media as an ally of the American people, many others are more prone to see it as the enemy.  According to surveys, trust in the … Continue reading

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Is the Olympic Ideal Dying?

More than sixty years ago, my father, Dr. Charles Bucher, wrote an article that appeared in The Reader’s Digest.  Dad was a Professor at New York University and the author of more than twenty textbooks on the subject of physical … Continue reading

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Thanks Dad

My dad, Dr. Charles Augustus Bucher, was a Professor of Education at New York University and later at the University of Nevada of Las Vegas.  In addition to serving on the President’s Council on Physical Fitness and Sports, he was … Continue reading

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Diversity Training: SME or Experience?

When it comes to diversity training, is it more important to be a subject matter expert (SME) or someone who is well-versed in training?  When hiring a diversity trainer, the question itself is problematic.  With a subject as complex as … Continue reading

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