My father was in the military. Growing up listening to stories of war and battles, that excited me as a child. However, he told me not to join the military. So, a rebellion — that’s what I did. I was 39 when I was diagnosed with prostate cancer and the irony of that is that
Text on screen: “For Graduate Student Appreciation Week” “The University of Illinois Graduate College presents” “OPERATION: BANNER MANNERS” Mike and Emily appear for their mission and nod. “Emily Wuchner, Code Name: EMILY” “Mike Firmand, Code Name: MIKE” Wojtek Chodjko-Zajko, Dean of the Graduate College appears and removes his sunglasses. “The Dean” gives Mike and Emily
Welcome to Maryville University Multicultural Scholars Page, where you will gain a wealth of knowledge about program expectations, requirements, and learn about the student experiences. The purpose of the Multicultural Scholars Program is develop scholars to be student leaders and social justice advocates who help the Office of Diversity and Inclusion in achieving our goal
I decided to attend Mount Mercy because of the structure of the program. I appreciate meeting one night a week for three or four hours with other classmates, face to face, I really like that format.
Welcome everyone and thanks for joining today. My name is Magda Goemans and I’ll be your moderator for this webinar. So welcome to today’s webinar jointly presented by CFICE and Algonquin College: Post-secondary Jobspeak: How to translate your student experiences into job skills employers desire. We have two presenters here with us today and so
What is your favorite TV show or movie? Oh stranger things, oh yeah. I’ve been to watch the third season in like two days this summer, so… My favorite TV show is Black Mirror. Friends you know a classic can get a lot of episodes in in a short amount of time, good way to
Psychology is the scientific study of mind and behaviour and is a very broad discipline. While we ask questions that you might associate with biology, such as how the brain works, we also ask questions that stretch into society such as how people behave in groups. Mental health, child development, visual perception, animal learning, job
[MUSIC PLAYING] The first day of graduate school I was excited. I was nervous, certainly. After being in school several years already, the task of going for another degree was a bit daunting. But I was more excited than anything because public affairs is really– it’s a passion. It’s a topic that comes naturally to