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Victors in Grad School: Ibrahim Moiz

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This week on the Victors in Grad School podcast we are joined by Ibrahim Moiz who is a partner in NOVA Business Law Group, LLP, a commercial transactions group and focuses on business formation, corporate governance, commercial transactions, and commercial and residential real estate. Ibrahim is admitted to practice law in Virginia, Maryland and the

Graduate Student Spotlight – Tiffanny Walsh Dellheim

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Welcome back to the Office of Graduate Programs Graduate Student Spotlight! This week, we’re shining a light on Master of Public Administration student Tiffanny Walsh Dellheim! Tiffanny is an online student with a busy schedule. She enjoys participating in her synchronous classes, feeling that they bring her closer together with her classmates and professors, even

Victors in Grad School: JeCorey Hawkins

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This week on the Victors in Grad School podcast we are joined by JeCorey Hawkins who is a Scrum Master for Endava. JeCorey Hawkins shared how his educational journey of attending the University of Michigan-Flint for his Bachelor’s degree and then Eastern Michigan University for a Masters degree in Higher Education Administration. We talk about

Graduate Student Spotlight: Hannah Theodorovich

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Welcome back to the Graduate Student Spotlight! This week, we’re highlighting Hannah Theodorovich, who is an online Master of Public Health student with a concentration in Health Education! Hannah enjoys the practical parts of her curriculum, the parts where she can get out into the field and experience things for herself. She’s active with her

Victors in Grad School: Genevieve Fischré

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This week on the Victors in Grad School podcast we are joined by Genevieve Fischré who is an Administrative Law Specialist for the Michigan Department of Insurance and Financial Services. Genevieve Fischré shared her educational journey of attending the University of Michigan for her Bachelor’s degree and then attending Western Michigan University Cooley Law School

Graduate Student Spotlight: Justin Nguyen

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In this week’s graduate student spotlight, we’re highlighting Justin Nguyen, a student of Physical Therapy! Justin enjoys learning and looks forward to applying what he’s learned in his program in the field! He is interested in studying many different types of treatments, and enjoys seeing how individual plans can help patients in different ways. He

Victors in Grad School: Erica Shifflet-Chila

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This week on the Victors in Grad School podcast we are joined by Erica Shifflet-Chila who is a Clinical Associate Professor for the School of Social Work at Michigan State University. Erica Shifflet-Chila shared her educational journey of attending the University of Michigan-Flint for her Bachelor’s degree, receiving a Masters in Social Work from the

Graduate Student Spotlight: Skye Verschure

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Hello all, and thank you for joining us once again for the Office of Graduate Programs Graduate Student Spotlight! In this week’s spotlight, we’re introducing a Doctorate of Physical Therapy student, Skye Verschure! Skye has wanted to become a Physical Therapist for some time now, and is diligent in her studies. She is extremely dedicated

Victors in Grad School: Dylan Luna

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This week on the Victors in Grad School podcast we are joined by Dylan Luna, a Business Development Manager for the Flint and Genesee Economic Alliance. Dylan has a unique and interesting experience with higher education. He studied at Michigan State for his undergraduate degree, but returned to receive a Master’s degree in Educational Studies

Graduate Student Spotlight: D’Asia Beard

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Hello again, and welcome back to the Office of Graduate Programs Graduate Student Spotlight! For today’s spotlight, we’re focusing on Health Care Management student, D’Asia Beard! D’Asia is an outgoing student interested in leadership and making a difference. She is hard-working, having to focus both on her own career and her schoolwork. D’Asia was previously