Tiane Harrison is the Marketing and Communications Manager at VT Group, overseeing the internal and external communications functions for a leading support services provider. The Maryland native earned a Bachelor of Business Administration Marketing, from the George Washington University, Washington, DC, in 2012. With more than 10 communications experience, she enjoys photography, footwear design and travelling abroad.
Tonight’s networking event was fun. It’s always nice to spend time with my fellow MSC colleagues outside of class, but tonight was a great opportunity to meet former MSC students. While Northwestern and the School of Communications offer a variety of valuable resources throughout this intense 10-month journey, there’s nothing like hearing the experiences [...]
Yesterday, I attended a practicum on Organizational Design. While topically relevant, practicums can be difficult for me mainly because those weeks we have class on Friday and Saturday with little time for anything else. But Professor Matthew Locsin, Associate Partner at Dobin, Inc. was engaging, humorous and thought provoking, providing an analysis of the U.S. [...]
Over the past two semester, I’ve been asked over and over how I manage working full-time while trying to complete my Master’s degree at Northwestern University, a schools “whose name is synonymous with cultivating academic excellence,” as a colleague once said. I must admit it was tough at first.
I graduated from George Washington University in [...]
For the Easter holiday, I decided to home to be with my family. It has been about two months since I was home, and every year we celebrate the holiday with about 35 family members and friends. It was great to see everyone, especially my niece and nephew, ages 5 and 9 months, and update [...]
After having to reschedule three times, I finally had mycareer counseling appointment this week. I expected an hour session consisting of your run of the mill resumereview. My experience with Mary Lou,Senior Career Counselor at NU’s University Career Services office, was not thatat all.
In our second semester, many MSC students are jugglingschool, work, personal lives [...]
When deciding to pursue a graduate degree, I was torn between getting an MBA, A Master of Science or a Masters of Arts degree. At George Washington University, I struggled with Economics and Finance as a Marketing major in the School of Business. MBA programs seemed to fall short in the areas that really interested [...]
I can’t believe today was the last class of the semester. With only one last paper due,time has flown by. It seems like only yesterday, I was introducing myself to a room of 80 or so strangers,strategically trying to pick out my classes. While I knew MSC and Northwestern was the right choice, the change in [...]