The third week of the semester has already come and gone. For some, the weeks may be flying by as you occupy your time with classes, studying, work, children, and other schedule demands.
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While there are many new graduate students adjusting to life at GVSU, there are also students who are in the final stages of earning their graduate degree.
This past weekend PACES kicked off its 2012-2013 schedule with its Graduate Boot Camp Workshop. Graduate Boot Camp was broken into two sessions.
Recently the Office of Graduate Studies Facebook page has been updating graduate students about student loan debt and the consequences the debt creates.
It is hard to believe we are already into week eight of the semester. While we are half way to the prize of Winter break, many of us still have the challenges brought by midterms in the week ahead.
I hope midterms are going well and your schedules are starting to calm down a bit. The good news is we are passed the half-way point of the semester.
Last week I had the opportunity to attend a Web Workshop put on by the GVSU Web Team through my work as a Graduate Assistant for the Office of Graduate Studies.
Last week I talked about just one of my opportunities to expand professionally through my work as a graduate assistant for the Office of Graduate Studies.
Next week is Grad Fest, and many of you who are graduating this December have probably been looking forward to this day for years.
Congratulations, you made it to Thanksgiving Break week! With the holiday within reach, we all have something to be thankful for, even if it is just a couple extra days without class.
Congratulations, you have all made it to the last week of classes for the semester! I know this week is probably filled with papers, projects, and exams, but at least we have the holiday break to look forward to and keep us going.
We have finally made it to exam week. While it is exciting to be so close to the finish line, there is still quite a bit of stress ahead before we can relax for the next couple of weeks.