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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

Starting a Master’s Program and Job Searching for International Students

By Brett Boettcher, NCA associate director of professional program strategy & management, serving students in the School of Professional Studies and master’s students in The Graduate School. 427 more words

Career Development

Marywood Speech-Language Pathology students meet for cohort orientation

Students enrolled in the Master of Science Program in Speech-Language Pathology at Marywood University recently met for their cohort orientation meeting. All students are members of the 5-year bachelor to master degree program in Speech-Language Pathology housed in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, and are transitioning to the graduate level this fall. 19 more words



This is a post for all you brave souls out there heading back to school…well to Grad School. Let me start by applauding you. Second, let me give you just a little bit of insight from someone who recently emerged from behind the trenches. 1,907 more words

10 Events and 15 Races

Held over four days at Lake Quinsigamond in Worcester, U.S. Rowing Masters Nationals was a grand finale to the summer sprint racing season.

Over the course of the four-day event, the Hamp Crew masters competed in 10 events and 15 races, with five boats advancing through to semis or finals. 774 more words

Masters Program

From Bonita to Down Under

A little over a month ago, I packed my bags and traded my sunny San Diego Summer for the blistering cold Sydney winter. The day I landed just so happened to be one of the coldest day the city has had all year. 210 more words