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One week in

I arrived at Seattle on Sunday, August 9th. The sky was clear, the freeway was busy, and my stomach was fluttering with the possibilities. What will this adventure be like? 324 more words

shot through the heart (with love)

Anyone who is friends with me on Facebook has recently seen my posts quoting the students I worked with this summer. Well, one thing I did not mention was how offended they were when they found out I had a blog and had not mentioned them on it… So here you go. 964 more words

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Unit 1 Paper: Exploring a Discourse Community Within Higher Education

To describe the field of Higher Education and Student Affairs (HESA) can be a difficult undertaking considering the highly complex and integrated nature of the field. 1,550 more words

Unit 1

You do you. It'll be okay, I promise!

Editors Note: This blog post is the first of several written by HESA Executive members chronicling their internship experiences. This was written by Jen Sommers, HESA Event Planner. 600 more words

Day 3 Log: Honeywell Educators @ Space Academy

Day 3: Log

What an exciting day!  Lots of simulations, starting with our mission.  Our goal was to relieve the duties of the astronauts aboard the International Space Station (ISS).   1,266 more words


Day 1 Log: Honeywell Educators @ Space Academy

Day 1 Log

Incredible is an understatement.  I am pinching myself…..how did I get here?  The day started with information on our jam packed one-week agenda.   754 more words


my arrow in the (big) apple

Well, I have officially been in New York for a week. And in that week, a lot has happened. Normally when I write I try to frame my post around a quote, but it would have seemed forced with all the other things I want to talk about. 939 more words

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