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Why I Kept Going

Last weekend was one that was fairly emotional for me, as in, exciting, joyous, and filled with thankful reflection. I participated in my Master’s Degree graduation ceremony, and it was Mother’s Day weekend. 707 more words

Determination

Why a gap year (or two) was the best choice I ever made.

We all know the drill. You go to high school, if you’re “smart” you move on to college immediately after. You participate in four years of studying and “finding yourself” and you better have found yourself during those four short years because after they hand you that expensive piece of paper and you toss the mortar board, you’re expected to know exactly what path to take to live a fulfilled life. 1,223 more words

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Cary --Senior Session |NCSU

It was my second year in grad school. I had decided to take an elective class outside of the Communication Department and take one in the Ag Ed Department. 91 more words

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Are you a Bullying Target or a Snowflake?

We were invited to talk about bullying in healthcare by our good friend and author, Kati Kleber. Increasingly, we’ve all been asked to address this by nursing students feeling powerless in the classroom and in clinical settings. 287 more words

Bullying

Week 10: Editing at the Micro-level

Much of the previous weeks’ work focused on macro-level edits – introduction, conclusion, literature review, overall paper structure. At the beginning of the Week 10 chapter, Belcher notes that this is the most difficult type of editing and one that many writers avoid. 284 more words

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Akshaya Patra

February ~20, 2017

One of the “company” visits we had was to Akshaya Patra, which is a food kitchen. Only this food kitchen feeds millions of people, is ISO certified and follows kaizen (continuous improvement). 82 more words

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A Master of Something

Today marks the last time I will be on the University of Arkansas at Little Rock campus as a student. My last graduate classes were at the end of April, then graduation in May, but I was back this weekend for a licensure exam prep class. 207 more words