Hometown: Grandview, WA Undergraduate Degree: Double Major in Medical Anthropology & Global Health, and The Comparative History of Ideas. Interests: Johanna is extremely passionate about her family, community, and creating opportunities to help better both circles. She loves cooking home meals, especially her favorite dish— Tinga—a delicious Mexican cuisine. She also enjoys a variety of … Continue reading Student Spotlight: Johanna Sanchez
This quarter in MAM-SSM, our cohort has been tackling a plethora of challenges on top of our standard course load. After our pitches and presentations later at the end of the quarter, I’ll explain about the Social Venture Plan Competition which we are currently engaged in—but in the meantime—the GLS case competition and our mock … Continue reading GLS Competition & Mock Interviews
While MAM-SSM is now a full month into winter quarter, our 3-week journey across India and China still seems recent. Perhaps this is due to how fast each day has passed with a flurry of classes and projects, but I do not see the transformative and experiential trip ever fading from the memory of our … Continue reading Looking Back: Study Abroad to Chindia, 2016
This quarter, our professors divided students into groups, and each group was assigned an industry – industrial design, department stores retail, IT security, and employment services. Each group received professional coaching from highly experienced business professionals. My group’s coach, George Roe – current research professor for Alaska Center for Energy and Power and past manager … Continue reading Pupils? Or Professionals?
Name: Remy Hudson Hometown: Seattle, Washington Undergraduate degree: Health and Fitness Education Interests: I’m a strong proponent of the notion that that an active mind is the product of an active body. I enjoy all things active, particularly playing soccer, running, hiking, and swimming. If there is competition, count me in. Good food and good … Continue reading Student Spotlight: From Teacher to Business Leader
Who wouldn’t want to start off the work week with a private tour of the greenest building in the world? While most graduate students were nursing a lukewarm cup of coffee and fighting to keep their eyes open during an early Monday morning lecture, our cohort spent the morning on a private tour of Seattle’s … Continue reading The Greenest Building in the World
From dolphin-watching with Assistant Dean Gary Karns, to mastering Microsoft Excel in preparation for the MOS Excel Certification Exam, to learning that the statistic flossing adds 6.4 years to your life is in fact “inferential,” Module 1 as a MAM-SSM student was nothing short of exhilarating. Our professors exhibited genuine concern for us not just … Continue reading How I Survived First Quarter MAM-SSM (While Managing To Add Only a Handful of Gray Hairs to My 24-Year-Old Head)