Monthly Archives: March 2012
Spring Break is known for a week of vacation to a tropical or at least warm destination. Not wanting to follow the crowd, I decided to go to a cold place in the opposite direction. I wanted to do something … Continue reading
Posted in Bachelor of Science in Policy, Planning, and Development | Tagged advice, classmates, Community
Many of you should have already received admissions packets from Sol Price (CONGRATULATIONS!)– and some have already also gotten follow-up congratulatory phone calls from students like me!
Here are some answers to the most common questions that I was asked…
This past week was grad student appreciation week, which was an awesome week of fun, free events just for us grad students! Being a huge fan of things that are free and/or fun, I was one of the week’s keenest participators!
As we enter mid-Spring Semester, I thought it would be nice to take a little break from sharing information about classes, internships, professional development, and work related topics in general. Instead, let us focus on a topic I’m sure we … Continue reading
Since many 1st year students asked me about my summer internship at the Hong Kong American Center (HKAC), I would like to share my experience with anyone who is also interested in doing a similar internship this summer. As an MPA student, I … Continue reading