Praying for the Bronx

For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life - John 3:16. Heavenly Father, We come to You, God, with heavy hearts on behalf of the fire victims in Bronx, NY. We uplift those families who lost love ones… Continue reading Praying for the Bronx

It Takes A Village

Tonight, we went to see the fireworks in Wappingers Falls. It was to celebrate 150th Anniversary of the village incorporating. The celebration was was at the Veterans Memorial park along with some music and food trucks. The town’s local firefighters and NY state troopers were also on hand for safety. After this crazy year, it… Continue reading It Takes A Village

NRA Instructor’s Course Part 2

Part 2 - Tonight’s class includes the 1st Round of Qualification for the basic instructor’s course includes shooting a pistol outside on the firing range. Each student is required to qualify as a NRA instructor by shooting 20 rounds in a 6x6 square on an 8” round target at 45 yards away. Yes, I qualified… Continue reading NRA Instructor’s Course Part 2

Dutchess County Rail Trail

Summer is here, and it is time to toss that covid mask and shred weight. It is amazing to see so many people actively enjoying the Dutchess County Rail Trail. I set myself a goal this month is to say that I have ridden each section of the rail trail. So far, I completed 9… Continue reading Dutchess County Rail Trail

Tymor Park

Today, I took a much needed break from grading papers to take Shadow to Tymor Park in Lagrangeville, NY. It was an absolutely a beautiful day to drive and get together with friends. We watched their husbands play a of game of Gaelic (GAA) football, which is like the sport of rugby. It is my… Continue reading Tymor Park

3 Ways To Be A Better Professor

The news recently reported that there is a huge rise in the number of suicide, self harm, and missing students due to the pandemic. Issues students are faced with: feelings of anxiety from being isolated, having to go for frequent covid testing, struggling with learning remotely, or even grieving the loss of a loved one… Continue reading 3 Ways To Be A Better Professor

Spring 2021

As each has received a gift, use it to serve one another, as good stewards of God's varied grace - 1 Peter 4:10. Bring it on! The new semester starts today for SUNY Ulster, MSMC starts the first week of February and Marist starts mid February. There will be no breaks due to covid, so… Continue reading Spring 2021

Start Here. Go Far!

Hi, my name is Professor Sandra Wisor and I am an adjunct college professor for several college campuses. In 2019, I applied to SUNY Ulster Community College to teach technology for Hudson Link For Higher Education in Prisons. This decision has been one of the best decisions I have ever made. Because of the connections I made… Continue reading Start Here. Go Far!

MSMC Byte Knights Team

This week I was able to have a special IBM guest speaker Lorraine Trapani and IBM’s Ai Jackie pup join the MSMC Byte Knights team via Zoom. Lorraine shared in great detail how IBM Watson is helping collect large amounts of crucial data on the pups in training. The dogs wear a specialized sensor collar… Continue reading MSMC Byte Knights Team

Stay Near, Go Far

An intelligent heart acquires knowledge, and the ear of the wise seeks knowledge - Proverbs 18:15. What does FYE stand for? It refers to a college student’s First Year Experience. Another definition is being “fired up”, so I like this idea of getting students to be excited about their education. This semester I have the… Continue reading Stay Near, Go Far