Balance is a delicate thing, but something you can certainly achieve when you’re a grad student.
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The rantings of a thesis writer.
MES candidate, Bree Tomlinson, is still chipping away on her thesis. If you’re curious what it’s like to write a thesis for a master’s degree, here’s a look into her mind:
One working professional’s path to a master’s degree.
There are so many paths available when going back to grad school. I really recommend that you take the time to talk with students who are in a situation similar to yours. Find out how they balance life, work, school, etc. Also, rely on your program director. S/he will be more than happy to help connect you with current students and alumni. There’s no reason to go at it alone.
“Wherever you go, go with all your heart.” -Confucius
More than 100 students will cross the stage in Sottile Theatre tonight to receive their Master’s degree, and our office is buzzing with excitement. I’ve worked with several of these students since they first came through Porter’s Lodge their first semester, and have enjoyed each and every experience. One of the students that I’ve had…
Why she chose South Carolina over Michigan
Bree Tomlinson, an Environmental Studies student, and I were talking last week about December, snow and how drastically different Charleston is than our hometowns. Both of us come from areas where this is a typical Saturday chore. If you dealt with that for 20 some-odd years, you’d want to get as south as fast as…
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