5,125 Miles

5,125 miles. That’s the minimum amount of miles I’ll drive over the next six weeks. Once I calculated the mileage, I immediately thought of this song. No need to thank me if it’s now stuck in your head, too.

As I mentioned before, we plan to visit cities and universities up and down the East coast through mid-November. Below is our schedule blocked according to week:

Tuesday, September 15: Charleston Young Professional’s Luncheon (College of Charleston)

Thursday, September 24: Walterboro, SC’s Business & Community EXPO
Monday, September 28: Virginia Tech
Tuesday, September 29: James Madison University
Wednesday, September 30: University of Virginia
Thursday, October 1 – 2: Appalachian State University

Tuesday, October 6: Wofford
Wednesday, October 7: Furman University

Thursday, October 15: South Carolina State University
Thursday, October 15: Verizon Wireless Education Fair (Charleston, SC)

Tuesday, October 20: Florida State University
Wednesday, October 21: University of Florida

Tuesday, October 27: BOSCH (Charleston, SC)
Wednesday, October 28: Charleston Southern University
Wednesday, October 28: The Citadel
Thursday, October 29: College of Charleston

Thursday, November 12: Elon University

If you’re in the area and want to talk grad school, let me know and we’ll work out a time to meet. Adam will be holding down the office and @GradSchool while I’m on the road, so you can find me at @ndeweese. You can also email me and follow my adventures as a part-time grad student holding down a full-time job.

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3rd annual GSA kickoff
Protecting your bike
I love the smell of school supplies

3 thoughts on “5,125 Miles

  1. […] and education fairs. If you’re an undergraduate student, see if your school is hosting a Graduate and Professional School fair.  These are often held during the Fall semester and sponsored by the Career […]

  2. Phil Dean

    Y’know, I was sure that link was going to be “500 Miles” by the Proclaimers. You could play it 10.25 times.

  3. […] as a grad student is finding the energy and time to read for class. Granted this semester is a little insane on my schedule. Take this week for instance. I have to read a 100+ page book which is typically no issue for me. […]

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