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If you think you can do it, you can with John Hart

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This week on the Victors in Grad School podcast, we are joined by John Hart, State Administrative Manager for the Michigan Department of Technology, Management and Budget.  We talk to John Hart about his own graduate school experiences and his journey from attending the University of Michigan-Flint for his Bachelors to returning to UM-Flint to

Graduate Student Spotlight– Rebecca Fulesi, Physician Assistant Student

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We return to the Graduate Student Spotlight this week! Today we’re highlighting Rebecca Fulesi, a Master of Science in Physician Assistant student! Rebecca is a hard-working student with an interest in a variety of areas within her field of study. She has a keen interest in not only Cardiology, but also Emergency Medicine and Surgery

Keep asking why questions as you prepare for graduate school with Patriece Campbell-Palmer

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This week on the Victors in Grad School podcast we are joined by Dr. Patriece Campbell-Palmer, Director of Graduate Admissions and Enrollment Management at the University of Louisville. We talk to Dr. Campbell-Palmer about her own graduate school journey from the University of Michigan-Flint to the University of New England and how she found success

Faculty Spotlight – Cathleen Miller, School of Management, Professor of Accounting

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We’re doing something a little bit different this week on the graduate blog– we’re not highlighting a student, but one of our fabulous faculty members! Our professors, much like our graduate students, are some of the best, and we want to show them off to everyone! We’re starting by highlighting Accounting and Auditing Professor in

Graduate Student Spotlight– MBA Student, Shaffy Bello

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On today’s Graduate Student Spotlight, we welcome Shaffy Bello, who is studying for their Master of Business Administration! Shaffy is a determined student with a keen interest in Organizational Leadership. Shaffy enjoys working with their cohort to discuss the different leadership styles and case studies they cover in class, and is always trying to learn

Be Confident in Yourself with Mackenzie Schroeder

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This week on the Victors in Grad School podcast we are joined by Mackenzie Schroeder, a PhD student in Communications at at the University of Missouri-Columbia, where she also serves as a graduate instructor. We talk to Mackenzie about her journey from attending the University of Michigan-Flint to going to the University of Missouri-Columbia, receiving

Graduate Student Spotlight– Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner Student, Tamekia Nash-Walls

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In today’s Graduate Student Spotlight, we’re highlighting Tamekia Nash-Walls! Tamekia is studying to become a Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner! Tamekia is devoted to her studies, and greatly enjoys the practical parts of her studies. Her specialization in Psychiatric Mental Health is one that she’s been interested in for some time, and she enjoys having

Do Your Research To Pick The Best School For You With Meg Darmofal

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This week on the Victors in Grad School podcast we are joined by Meg Darmofal, a Physical Therapy Student at University of Michigan-Flint. We talk to Meg about her journey from attending the University of Michigan to getting two additional masters degrees in business administration and movement science and then moving to the University of

Graduate Student Spotlight– Master of Secondary Education Student, Marc Zendejas

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In today’s Graduate Student Spotlight, we’re highlighting Master of Secondary Education student Marc Zendejas! Marc recently completed the program, and is looking forward to putting into practice what he’s learned over the course of his degree. Marc has a special interest in the field of cultural proficiency within education, wanting to create an inclusive environment