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Six Takes on Summer at CBS Interactive

Hello Haas Community! This past summer I got the opportunity to intern with the online media company CBS Interactive. After sorting through thousands of applications, CBS Interactive’s University Relations team selected 42 students to participate in their internship program, 25 of which worked at the San Francisco office. 2,184 more words

Discovering the beauty of nature on KEEP

Sixth grader Kate Freeman gives us the inside scoop on the middle school trip to the Kiyosato Educational Experiment Project, a recreation complex set in dairy farming land among the Japanese Alps. 503 more words

Middle School

Walking in their shoes makes all the difference!

Photo Credit: Môsieur J. via Compfight cc

Grant Wiggins has long been an advocate of hearing / seeing from students’ perspectives. During a UbD training with him a few years ago he brought in local students for participants to interview. 125 more words


Supporting student success at the graduate level

In recognition of “Careers in Student Affairs” month, Jacqueline Beaulieu shares her perspective as a new doctoral student looking to make the most of her educational experience and the opportunities for future career development in student affairs.  876 more words

Student Perspective

Tech VS Chalk in the Classroom: A Physics Student's Perspective

Every student has experienced a teacher whose lectures are incomprehensible or mind-numbing. As a student of Physics at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign I frequently overhear and participate in conversations about the teaching methods used by different teachers and courses. 375 more words

Student Posts

Student Perspective: Undergraduate Research Opportunity Programs (UROP) at Mizzou

Mizzou is one of the major research institutions in the US.  And the undergraduate research opportunity program (UROP) at Mizzou, unlike most classroom experiences, allows students to explore the unknown through hands-on work with faculty mentors. 718 more words


Why I Chose Kellogg: Mike Harris '15


Our Two-Year MBA Program is for students who want to gain the confidence to lead boldly and challenge conventional thinking in the global marketplace. 106 more words

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