A few days ago one of the AD’s associated with my assistant-ship shared with the Office an article about student protest in the classroom. The prompt from the AD asked us how we might handle the situation of student protest, particularly in the classroom. The topic of the article is that of a student protest… Read More Reed College & Student Protest
I have been trying to figure out the future for myself and my family. In the summer I begin working for Housing and Residence Life at UNC Greensboro, and in the fall I begin studying in their SPAHE/SAAHE program for my master’s. But before I have even begun, I have started looking into other experiences… Read More The master’s degree and beyond
The recent publication by the WiHOPE lab of their research into Hunger and Homelessness on Community College campuses, has prompted a boom of discussion and analyses in a diverse collection of sources . Though I have not completed reading the published document, I have read analyses from Diverse, Inside Higher Ed, and NPR. Initially in… Read More The responsibility of Higher Ed admin, staff, and faculty
In the few weeks since I last posted I have completed my first graduate course, and come up to the weekend before I begin the Upward Bound Summer Bridge program. I believe that my class went well, but am waiting on final grades. It was challenging in a five week course, but I managed to… Read More Time
Image Reflection is an assignment that I completed for my College Access and Success class. I feel like it could be cool to share my thoughts on this particular assignment, which I enjoyed doing. I chose this image to represent College Access because it touches on the full range of what I consider access to… Read More Image Reflection
In creating this blog I wanted to accomplish several things for myself. One, I wanted a space to reflect on my everyday but primarily on my experiences as they relate to my pursuit of graduate education and the development of a professional career.Two, as I prepare myself for an eventual master’s program i hope to… Read More Day 1 (Grad Class) is in the books.