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Category Archives: Changing Graduate Programs
Usually “Itʼs the little things” refers to the details that really help make something spectacular. However, for me these words have taken a different meaning recently. It reminds me of little things that I have experienced and which have affected … Continue reading
Throughout my life I’ve always anticipated transitions with apprehension. I distinctly remember entering ninth grade nervous about the social climate, worried about the idea of taking final exams, and scared overall about the academic challenges ahead. These emotions were not … Continue reading
As a beginning Ph.D. student in Mathematics at Howard University, I was excited to finally spend my days doing what I loved! Graduate courses seemed to build on much of the abstraction that I had only seen little of as … Continue reading