Monthly Archives: July 2010

A World of Many Hats

As I start week number four, I can’t help but look back and wonder where all the time has gone! I already feel so integrated into the office, that it seems like I’ve been here for at least a few … Continue reading

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My First Four Weeks at the ALS Association

The Columbus Foundation Summer Fellowship program has been a great experience from day one!  This summer I am working at the Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) Association Central & Southern Ohio Chapter where the staff and volunteers have welcomed me with … Continue reading

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A Change Will Do You Good

The life of a graduate student can be described as follows: drink coffee, read absurdly long book, drink more coffee, attend class, sleep when possible; lather, rinse, repeat. Confined to quiet corners of the library and coffee houses for the … Continue reading

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Ordered Chaos

“Chaorder” is the buzzword around the Vineyard Community Center’s Summer Zone Program, and three weeks into my fellowship, I can certainly vouch for its appropriateness. Running a summer program 40 hours a week for nearly 500 children in kindergarten through … Continue reading

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