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Tip 10 - the secret to ultimate success

Ok, so the title is a bit of a marketing ploy, I admit.

But my final tip for freshers is to enjoy the amazing experience that university will be. 145 more words

Top 10 (Lesser Spotted) Tips

Academic Advising as a Vocation

As I received my Bachelor’s degree in South Korea, I was not aware of higher education administration as a developed industry as it is in the U.S. 552 more words


10 Steps to Choosing the Perfect Graduate School

Choosing the right school and program is crucial to your academic future. Remember that everyone has different goals and needs. There can never be a fit for all best program and that’s why gathering information on both yourself and the programs are equally important. 992 more words


Blog Blog Blog

Although I have had random ideas for blogs in the past, I never set aside the time to actually sit down and write one. It probably has something to do with the fact that I get enraged at my hands because they can’t keep up with my thoughts. 56 more words


Just quit whining

Yesterday, at the Summer Hearing of the Advisory Committee of Student Financial Aid about PIRS (the proposed rating system), there was plenty of talk about some kind of adjustment for inputs or weighting based on types of students enrolled. 612 more words


Dissertation Proposal Defense Reflections

Since the fall of 2013, I have been working on my dissertation proposal after passing my doctoral qualifying exam. Now more than ever, I have the momentum to continue developing the rest of my chapters. 186 more words


UT-Austin Creates Major In Mexican American and Latino Studies

Happy to share this nice piece on my alma mater for inaugurating the Department for Mexican American and Latino Studies. A great accomplishment.

Another story worth reading:  942 more words