Tram Le is an international student from Vietnam and you can also call her Sofia, a nickname that she picked to make it easier for everyone to call and remember. Sofia graduated from the bachelor program of Economics & Management from L’Université Toulouse 1 – France. She likes singing, Latin dance, baking, knitting and practicing French and Spanish. The French quote “Vouloir c’est Pouvoir” is one of the favorite ones, which could be understood as “nothing is impossible”.
I found a quite interesting article of Jon Fortenbury on USA Today about “The pros and cons of postponing grad school”. This seems to be one of the biggest concerns of many fresh graduates from undergrad. According to this article, the pros of postponing is that you could travel and gain experiences, having time to [...]
If you are considering whether you should go to grad school or not, this article of Dr. Martin on US News is worth reading. Check it out!
“Despite the professional success of many who did not earn a college diploma, it is becoming clear that earning an education matters. In addition, an undergraduate degree is increasingly [...]
I have heard many people saying that phrase. Do you think that it is true? How come what you need a lot of time to work on could be done in a fillip, especially in the moment when you are panic? Amazingly, I just experienced that yesterday.
In the Communication, Management and Ethics course this quarter, [...]
I’m feeling very excited after the first day back to class today. It seems that both courses in which I am enrolling in this last quarter are pointing to me very clearly what I did wrong and right in my previous jobs. I feel like the courses were designed to solve my problems.
I have worked [...]
I just read an article on US Today about “The pros and cons of online graduate school” and I find it interesting because I can have all the pros of an online program and, definitely, non of the cons while I’m at MSC. Let us look at the facts about online program first.
You can do [...]
I just got back to campus today after a short vacation to VA for summer break. It felt a little bit sad at first because the campus is not as crowded as it was during the academic year. It seemed that MSC students are among the minority that still enrolling in school at this time, [...]
As an international student studying abroad, beside the knowledge in class, there are tons of new things about the culture of the country that I need to learn and adapt to. One of them is the communication culture at school. According to what Dr. Don Martin – former admission dean at NU, “as students become [...]
It’s already June and I think that for those who are coming to MSC in fall, it is really time to start preparing for this new adventure. I remember being very excited but also really worried at this time last year. For international students, preparation process is definitely very important, in order not to feel [...]
A lot of young professionals now find it hard to choose between taking a Master degree at an early stage of their career and waiting until they are at some level of the career to do so. I was in the same situation on graduating from college. At first, I strongly believed that I would [...]
Hi everyone, if you are on campus or near campus and thinking about grabbing something to eat late tonight, keep in mind that the Norris students center will provide free pancake, sausage, eggs from 11pm to midnight. I will be there! While most of us are done with all the papers of this quarter, I [...]