Navigating Doctoral Studies with Young Twins and Working Full-Time

A blog post by PhD in Leadership Studies Student Ambassador Stefanie A. Johnson Shipman As I begin my final year of the Leadership Studies PhD program, I find myself reflecting on my experience, including navigating doctoral courses and dissertating, teaching full-time Continue reading

My International Exposure

A blog post by MA in Nonprofit Leadership and Management Student Ambassador Kirn Yochbed  Positive results are always at the forefront of our minds. In my case, I preferred negative results. The steps I took to fulfill the requirements of Continue reading

Finding Balance as a Working Doctoral Student

A blog post by PhD in Leadership Studies student ambassador Brittany Williams. Working while going to school was not new to me. As a first-generation undergraduate student, I worked at least two jobs while going to school full-time. In my Continue reading

Reflections on Entering a Grad Program in Order to Switch Professional Fields

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A blog post by SOLES MA in Higher Education Leadership Student Ambassador Caitlin Hayles Sometimes taking a leap can be scary. When I did it, I was mostly excited but I definitely had my fair share of anxiety. Prior to Continue reading

My International Experience in India

A blog post from SOLES MA in Higher Education Leadership Studies Ambassador Juleane Johnson. Today marks the third day of my EDUC 579i: Education in Post-Colonial Context experience in India. It is also the fifth day on my very first trip abroad!. As an Continue reading

Returning to School After Significant Time Since Completing Undergraduate Degree

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A blog post from SOLES MA in Higher Education Leadership Studies Ambassador Juleane Johnson Five years. It took five years for me to transition between undergrad and graduate school. Hello everyone, my name is Juleane Johnson and this is my Continue reading