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Intensive Classes

Posted on by kjgroves

I walked into Professor Bill Kelly’s class the first Saturday dreading what I thought would feel like a really long day. That wasn’t the case at all. There were a range of different engaging teaching methods that were used to keep the class interested in the class material. Continue reading

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Leaders Eating Good in Sacramento

Posted on by Buffany N. Hunter

Somehow it happened that I’m taking all but one of my courses in the intensive format this semester.  Yay me…I think. That lone class is Local Economic Development: Theory and Finance, the others Intersectoral Leadership, Leadership Development and Public Financial … Continue reading

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A Word of Support for Intensives

Posted on by Michele Clark

Ever since my academic career began here at USC, I’ve heard about the necessary evil of intensives.  Every time they were mentioned in class or in conversation they were met with a groan and a sigh.  Being the curious type, … Continue reading

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This Time Next Year….

Posted on by Buffany N. Hunter

It’s funny, around this time last year I was putting the finishing touches on my SPPD application, harassing my letter writers and taking the GRE. A friend and I prepared for grad school together and when one of us would just feel overwhelmed the other would reply “don’t worry this time next year we will be worried about papers, presentations and midterms.” Oh, how life can change within a year! Now, that I’m a full time student and work full time, it’s not any less crazy, but I’m enjoying every minute of it.
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