Graduate Programs

Blogs from students, faculty & staff

Graduate Student Spotlight– Sheena Burgos

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Today’s Graduate Student Spotlight showcases Sheena Burgos! Sheena is a dedicated student currently working on her MBA/MSA dual degree program. Sheena has a strong work ethic and is not only working on progressing academically, but also on advancing her social and professional network with campus clubs. We asked Sheena a few questions about what she

Victors in Grad School: Freddie DeRamus

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Freddie DeRamus

This week on the Victors in Grad School podcast we are joined by Freddie DeRamus who is an Academic Advisor with the Neighborhood Student Success Collaborative at Michigan State University. Freddie shared his educational journey of attending the University of Michigan-Flint for his Master’s degree in Education after taking some time off and working. This

Graduate Student Spotlight – Kaylee Sayen

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This fall, the Office of Graduate Programs wants to honor our graduate students! Every week, we’ll be spotlighting a different student and their experiences here at UM-Flint. We’ll be starting with a shout out to Kaylee Sayen!  Kaylee is a Physician’s Assistant student with a lot of interest in learning how to best support patients

Victors in Grad School: Chloe Summers

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Chloe Summers

This week on the Victors in Grad School podcast we are joined by Chloe Summers, a graduate student in the Masters of Science in Biology program at the University of Michigan-Flint. We talk about Chloe’s experience in graduate school and what made her take the step from her Bachelor’s to Master’s degree. We also talk

Victors in Grad School: Rashal Zureikat

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Rashal Zureikat

This week on the Victors in Grad School podcast we are joined by Rashal Zureikat who is a Corporate Attorney for ALSAC and the St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital as well as the co-founder of the Lebanon Relief Project. We talk with Rashal about her journey from attending the University of Michigan-Flint to attending Loyola