Monthly Archives: February 2013

I Would Like to Work for You

There are a lot of ways to try to get a job. You can Google jobs in your field and cold apply, you can ask mentors in your field if they know of any openings or have any connections that … Continue reading


I intended to write this blog yesterday. My supervisor is out for the week and I had already seen each of my four clients. I has presumed that I would be able to leisurely enjoy a mug of tea while … Continue reading

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Never Stop Questioning

I went to a really great liberal arts school for undergrad.  At first, I appreciated how much they made us think and question, and then question thinking and question questioning.  However, after four years of it, I was kind of … Continue reading

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Future Planning

Planning for me can become problematic because life just keeps moving right along without me, whether I am part of the action or not. My fear is that one of these days I am going to be so busy creating … Continue reading

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Mountains Beyond Mountains …before classes

We’re back from our second (well deserved) winter break and full of discussion this week.  The topic of choice: Dr. Paul Farmer.  Our first assignment of Introduction to Primary Care was to read Mountains Beyond Mountains (Kidder), which is a … Continue reading

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Home Again

After a whirlwind of six days, I’m finally home again. Glory glory hallelujah, I don’t have to sit in a car again for at least 36 hours. As I mentioned last week, I attended the Southern Placement Exchange in Memphis, … Continue reading

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Balancing School and Hanky Panky

Someone suggested that I write a post in regards to maintaining a personal (esp. romantic) life amidst a hectic academic/work schedule, given that many prospective students have concerns about this. Let me first say that I have my weaknesses – … Continue reading

Get Excited

I am back and feeling much more lively than last week! I have successfully completed my Capstone and now just under a week and the rest of my field placement stand between me and my degree! It’s so hard to … Continue reading

Posted in Experiential Education, Online Education, Organizational Psychology & Leadership

New Accreditation System?

This week in my Professional Seminar: Issues in Higher Education Service Personnel Administration course, we’re discussing Challenges Facing Higher Education. My team discussion leader posted an article citing President Obama’s recent State of the Union Address, in which he briefly … Continue reading

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What’s your problem?

An acquaintance of mine (who works in education) recently commented that she once thought about studying school psychology but changed her mind – she didn’t want to work only with the “problem kids.” I cringed at the description, but am … Continue reading