New blogger here

Originally posted on jessicayuewu:
It is really an honor to have the opportunity to join the student bloggers family and sharing my life. I have kept writing bloggers for years and I think it is probably the first and my best chance to get my blog viewer counts exceed 50. As an international student, with…

An Introduction

You know the feeling?  When you get something you really wanted, and you are not sure why you want it, but you know that you do.  I really wanted to blog, I am not sure why but I know I do want to give it a try.  So here I am, sitting in front of…

A Seattleite takes on the Midwest!

      Have you ever had that feeling that you are exactly where you are suppose to be? After 3 weeks of being a graduate student at University of Michigan School of Public Health, I can say I have truly made the right decision!       My name is Selam, a first year student in the Health…

A Brief Introduction

Hello! My name is Michelle, a current first year student at UM SPH. As this is my first post, I’d like to spend some time introducing myself and what you can expect out of this blog over the next year. A bit about myself: I studied neuroscience at the University of Michigan as an undergrad,…

Back on the school train–this time, in public health

Have you ever jumped into something feeling like the old dog in the fight? While I’m not yet towing around a walker studded with tennis balls, at 28, I’m one of the older members of this year’s UM SPH incoming graduate student class. This has come as a surprise—the average grad student age hovered somewhere…

Introduction

Hello All. My name is Ryan Miller and a current first year Health Management and Policy (HMP) student going for my MHSA. I’ll be blogging throughout the year on a variety of topics including what classes are like, the internship hunt, the admissions process, and other goings on in Ann Arbor. So, a quick introduction.…

Blogging about Blogging

During my summer internship I came to a realization. What’s the point of learning all this amazing information about science and public health if I’m not able to effectively communicate this information to the populations I hope to work with in the future? Think about it, how often do you reach the end of a…