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Faculty Spotlight: Douglas Zytko

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A new day brings another faculty spotlight with it! Today’s spotlight is on Professor Douglas Zytko of our College of Innovation and Technology! Professor Zytko teaches classes in Human-computer interaction and Computer Ethics. He currently studies and designs computer-mediated consent to interpersonal behavior as a lens to prevent abuse online. Much of his research is

Graduating Student Spotlight- Emily Kim Leonard

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Welcome back to another week of the Graduating Student Spotlight! Today’s graduate is Emily Kim Leonard of our Master of Public Administration Program! Emily studied advertising in her undergraduate degree, but moved on to concentrating on social and public policy in her graduate studies. She has a strong interest in social justice issues, and uses

Graduate Student Spotlight: Molly Cope

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Welcome back to another Graduate Student Spotlight! Today’s spotlight is on Molly Cope, who is studying for her Master of Science in Nursing as a Family Nurse Practitioner! Molly is a dedicated student, having studied Psychology and Nursing in her undergraduate education. She started her undergrad at Miami University for Psychology, following it with Nursing

Graduate Student Spotlight: Meghan Bleck

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It’s the return of the Graduate Student Spotlight! This week, we’re highlighting Meghan Bleck! Meghan is currently studying for a Master of Arts in Secondary Education with Certification! She majored in History and Criminal Justice in her undergraduate degree, and takes a special interest in studying sexism in middle and high school settings, and how

Faculty Spotlight: Professor Alexis Skuras

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Everyone settled in for the semester? We have another faculty spotlight today! Today’s spotlight is on Professor Alexis Skuras of the School of Nursing!  Professor Skuras teaches Pathophysiology, Fundamentals of Nursing, and Medical/Surgical I for undergraduate BSN students. Professor Skuras, when not teaching, has also been working on research to support public health. Her manuscript,

Graduating Student Spotlight – Marquonda Wyatt

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Today, we’re highlighting a graduating student we’ve featured before! Marquonda Wyatt has finished her graduate education, and is moving on to her next steps in life! Congratulations, Marquonda! We hope to continue to see great things from you going forward into the future! Here’s what Marquonda had to say: Why Did You Choose Your Major?

Graduating Student Spotlight – Phil Tambouridis

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We’re congratulating another one of our fantastic graduate students today! Phil Tambouridis graduates this summer with an MBA to accompany his bachelor’s in Engineering, also from UM-Flint! Congratulations, Phil, we can’t wait to see what you do next! Here’s what Phil had to say about his graduate experience: Why did you choose your major? As

Alumni Interview: Michele Cook

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Educators come in all shapes and sizes, and at various levels of higher education. Some of our best teachers and education professionals have just one degree from their institution of choice, while others, mostly those serving as or looking to become superintendents or other administrators, have multiple. Take Michele Cook, EdS, EdD, of Williamston Community

What are the potential benefits of attending graduate school?

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Graduate school is a significant investment of time, money, and effort, but the potential benefits can be substantial. Here are some potential benefits of attending graduate school: In conclusion, attending graduate school can provide numerous potential benefits, including career advancement, specialized knowledge, networking opportunities, increased earning potential, personal growth, research opportunities, and credentials. However, it’s

Graduating Student Spotlight – Stephanie Basham

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Welcome back to our Graduating Student Spotlight! Today, we’re congratulating Doctor of Nurse Anesthesia student, Stephanie Basham! We here in the Office of Graduate Programs salute your hard work and effort, and we hope that you have a great time wherever you go next! Congratulations! Here’s what Stephanie had to say about her graduate experience: