Archive for January, 2014

Retired? I think not…

January 21, 2014

So now that Dr. Bishop has retired from the Futures program, what’s he been up to lately? Sunning on a remote beach in Belize, sipping a Corona and letting his beard grow wild? Don’t be silly. Dr. Bishop’s continuing mission to teach futures has led him to become a Center Fellow with the Center for Houston’s Future, […]

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UH Students presenting at WFS

January 16, 2014

We are pleased as punch to announce that Jason Swanson, Kate Burgess-Macintosh and Laura Schlehuber (all current Foresight students) will be presenting at this year’s World Future Society’s annual gathering, WorldFuture 2014: What If. Description of their presentation follows: An Age of Stagnation? Much time and energy has been spent in an attempt to return the global […]

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Josh Lindenger elected to the APF Board

January 13, 2014

Congratulations to Josh Lindenger, a current Houston Foresight student, who has been elected to the APF Board of Directors! He is the first student elected to serve on the board. The announcement from the APF: Josh Lindenger, APF Director, works for a small contractor in the Baltimore-Washington area doing technology trending and intelligence analysis on behalf […]

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Why Futures Studies – a book review

January 5, 2014

Looking for a good futures book for your reading pleasure? Jim Breaux recently reviewed Why Futures Studies by Eleonora Masini as a futures book worth picking up: Published in 1993 by Grey Seal Books this slim book of 144 pages addresses a topic of great interest to everyone – the future. Eleonora Barbieri Masini pointedly […]

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