Thanks for reading and joining me on this journey. Graduate school is a beast, and the only thing more terrifying than going through it is figuring out what life looks like after. 492 more words
Short Answer: Yes and maybe no?
Get comfortable and grab a snack…this is gonna be a looooong one!
Just to give you some background, in high school I was a very determined and driven student who loved learning (still do!) I did not graduate with a 4.0 GPA nor did I participate in the International Baccalaureate program (aka IB) that was available at my school. 1,360 more words
In episode 44, Stacey shares an interview with Terry Osborn that she conducted as part of the 2018 issue of Dimension, the peer-reviewed journal of the Southern Conference on Language Teaching (SCOLT) . 160 more words
My relationship with the University of Tennessee began when I was 9 years old.
UT’s White County Extension agent, Linda Koger, walked into my 4th grade classroom for the first time and enrolled me in the 4-H club, along with the 20 or so other kids in my class. 857 more words
Author: Nicole Gervasio, Emily Hainze, Joss Greene, and Nicole Callahan
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“With political divisiveness and gaps in access to higher education intensifying, the imperative for universities to interact meaningfully with local and global communities has perhaps never been greater.
Please see below for a message from the Regional Student Committee.
In an effort to improve the experience of student members in the NE/EC Region, the regional student committee would like your feedback on how to improve our regional meetings. 80 more words