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Dr Michelle Cook

This week on the Victors in Grad School podcast we are joined by Dr. Michelle Cook. Michelle Cook is the Director of Curriculum and Special Education for the Williamston Community Schools. Michelle Cook shares her non-traditional journey which led her to receive her undergraduate degree later in life and her perpetual love of learning that led her to the University of Michigan-Flint to study and receive both an Education Specialist (EdS) and Educational Doctorate (EdD). Michelle Cook explores the importance of pushing yourself to continue on a path of perpetual learning and shares some of her tips on how to balance work, life, and education as well as a number of other sage tips for any graduate student to follow.

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