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Life After Graduation: The Corporate World

It’s about three months since I have started working at a consulting company near home. I signed up with them in December of 2015 before finishing my degree. 1,107 more words


2017 Randomly Today Vol. 1

I missed writing! I haven’t written a lot for the past few weeks so I guess, getting back to it gives rush to my adrenaline and I just want to write, write and write. 354 more words

Journal And Insights

Master of the Universe, or saying goodbye to student life forever

You’ll probably notice I haven’t blogged in a while, and as bad as I feel about not sharing fun travel stories and photos with you, it was for a very good reason, which was… 425 more words

Erasmus Mundus

Saint Leo University’s Masters Program in Criminal Justice

Senior Judge Patricia Stone serves as a mediator and arbitrator at Miles Mediation and Arbitration Services in Savannah, Georgia. An adjunct professor at Saint Leo University’s graduate program, Judge Patricia Stone, who once served on the Military Committee of the National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges, created the nationally recognized Chatham County Family Dependency Treatment Court and has won numerous state and national awards as a leader in her field and her community, teaches law and ethics courses including constitutional law, criminal justice administration, counter-terrorism, criminal law, and courtroom advocacy. 252 more words

Judge Patricia Stone

Study in the States – Why Pursue the Master’s Degree from U.S?

Scholars planning to study in the states, and pursue a master’s degree should prepare early, plan accordingly and complete all the application requirements.

Students wonder about the best institutions, or seek for the best universities from where they could pursue their masters. 576 more words

Study Abroad

Word vomit extraordinaire

I’ve started and stopped about 10 new posts over the last few weeks. I’ve tried to come up with set topics for them all, and honestly it’s causing writer’s block more than it’s helping. 766 more words

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Time and Task Management

In the Past

I haven’t color-coded since high school. Yet, here I am, starting another week, finding myself even writing with specific colored pencils, pens, and using the same color highlighter and folder. 1,134 more words