Graduate Programs

Blogs from students, faculty & staff

Cities and Society

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Grad Blog by H.K. Kopesky, Master of Arts in Social Sciences student Every family seems to have at least one story about the past that gets told often. In my family, the story is about my Great-Grandfather walking over twenty-five miles from the country (from a potato farm) into the City of Flint (along the

Arts Admin Student & The Little Mermaid

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“Great educators are always pushing themselves to learn something new every day. Whether that is through personal professional development, or through an official course of study, that quest for knowledge and self-improvement led me to pursue this degree.” –Mr. Napper, Graduate Student Research Assistant in the Master of Arts in Arts Administration program. Jonathan Napper

Need Encouragement for Grad School? Read Melissa’s post…

Posted by & filed under Early Childhood Education, Graduate School - general, Motivation.

Blog by Melissa Vong, MA in Early Childhood Education student  “When you want something you’ve never had, you have to do something you’ve never done.” –Unknown I have never written a blog post before, but while my piece may be longer than some, if you need encouragement to pursue a graduate degree or to choose

Feral Swine Research – MS in Biology

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Feral Swine Research – Highlight of MS in Biology Student, Amberly Hauger Feral swine. That’s right, wild hogs. They are a bigger problem than you might realize. In numbers, feral swine can cause extensive damage to forests, agricultural lands, and Michigan’s water resources. They can also host many parasites and diseases that threaten humans, domestic