Dear National Multicultural Summit and conference (NMCS)
My name is Desa Karye Daniel and I’m division 45 Student Representative. The multicultural summit was my very first conference. When I arrived in Atlanta I felt validated and supported in my career choice, in my decision to make division 45 my home, and in the life long relationships i made while there. As a master student those few days solidified my decision of going into a doctoral program. Today I left this conference wanting more experience like that for all of the new students who are here. Students are the future of our profession. I wish they experienced a student social sponsored by the conference, recognition awards for their leadership and research, and I wish as a conference we celebrated the student travel awards. As we look forward to 2021 I hope we reconsider how we honor our students in these spaces. We as students are humbled, honored, and excited to share space with you. We want your mentorship because we are so grateful to finally share a space with people who look like us and inspire us to also be more.
With Hopes and Dreams.
Division 45 Student Committee
5 more months of graduate school with these amazing people. 5 more months of late night classes, driving to Mission Valley every week, class potlucks, planning graduation parties, learning-forgetting-then relearning APA referencing style, ordering textbooks off Amazon, qualifying for Amazon Student Prime, and trying not to be the class Hermione-failing at that-then ultimately just owning it 🙋🏻♀️🤓📚👩🏻💻🎓/
#gradschool #graduateschool #plnu #gradschoollife #gradschoolsquad
2008 to 2019. Yes, I'm doing an 11 year challenge, sorry. Oh this is rough, but I'm on that recovery path, symptom free for two months, and feeling pretty awesome about it. 2008 was my first relapse. There's been a lot more since then and I'm not angry at myself for them anymore. I lost my dad and spent 6 years in a PhD program with a volatile narcissistic advisor who's affects on my mental health are only now starting to wear off. Left that PhD program and got a 2nd MS as a consolation prize because I couldn't live a life of fear and anxiety anymore. But I somehow made it to where I am now. Which is "sober" from all ED actions (def not thoughts yets), in a job I love, and learning to be proud of all my emotional baggage and recovery work. I am more than my ED, I am enough. #eatingdisorderrecovery #edrecovery #mentalhealthawareness #10yearchallenge #graduateschool #grief #loss
We are super excited about all of the applications that we received for the Freemont Foundation scholarship program!!! Good luck to all of the applicants!!
Another successful day of school work at one of my favorite coffee shop in Santa Fe ☕️🌵
When you receive the greatest email in the world. For those of you that don’t know... since I was a kid I knew I wanted to go to college. When I finally got an opportunity to go to college I knew right away that I wanted to continue on for my Masters for my own personal fulfillment. I spent two years writing and researching my thesis. With the last few months being revisions, revisions and more revisions. Hoops had to be jumped through and I had never experienced so much frustration and enjoyment all at one time. The Art Education department, all my passionate and hardworking professors, my husband, my family were all reasons I could keep pushing. I am beyond words and feeling more than grateful. I’ve completed my thesis and I couldn’t be more proud of this accomplishment. #mastersdegree #csulb #arteducation #graduateschool #collegeofthearts #arteducator
Dr. Paula Palmer was in San Diego this week for the convening of the APPEAL (Asian Pacific Partners for Empowerment, Advocacy & Leadership) National Advisory Committee. The group met, presented and discussed important issues in promoting health equity and combating tobacco and cancer health disparities for healthier Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander communities! 🌺PC: APPEAL
Driven by passion, outward
Away from family and friends
But what they can't see
Is that every day I'm drowning in a sea
Of faces that I miss so desperately
Overheard at the University of Michigan.
🙌 Yaaaasss! 🙌 This growth is amazing! Have you signed up yet? 😁🙂
My view...Nowadays, having a planner has become the norm. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
I’m so determined to remain consistent, and tackle these goals head on...Chance favors the prepared!
“In Grade 12, I had little direction and did not really know what I wanted to do with my life. That is until I took a course called PSK 4U1: Exercise Science, now known as, Introduction to Kinesiology. My teacher Mr. Mariani inspired me [to learn], and the human body along with human health became nothing short of my jam! With my new found love for health, the idea that I could trigger this same passion in other people resonated with me heavily, putting me on the path towards becoming an educator.”—Jordan Guerrero-Martinez, second-year @oiseuoft
MT student, Intermediate/Senior. •
Read more about Guerrero-Martinez in his Q&A on the OISE Student Blog. Click the link in our instagram’s page bio. #oiseuoft #uoft #uoftlife #teachersofinstagram #teacherlife #education #graduateschool
Apply for the Nordic Africa Institute’s 2019/2020 African Researchers Scholarships.
Deadline is April 1, 2019.
Tag someone who needs to apply.