With my last academic holiday break ever coming to an end, this week welcomed the annual readjustment to being back in the classroom… gathering books… reviewing syllabi. This ritual, while familiar, included a facet this time that broke the mold… running an audit of my courses to ensure I will have the necessary components to graduate in June.
It hit me when I reviewed the audit report that graduation is imminent. This was not only important from the standpoint of family booking hotels and ordering graduation materials, but also from the standpoint of ensuring that I get as much out of Fisher and OSU as possible over the next 6 months. I now have a renewed energy to attend as many extracurricular events as possible, a desire to take the most interesting curriculum possible as I build the toolbox necessary to be successful in the corporate arena, and a mission to make as many lasting connections with peers and professors to carry with me into the future.
I thought I have leveraged everything Fisher has to offer, but as I step back and prepare to leave in June, I realize that is nearly impossible, and there is more to be done! I look forward to seeing everyone soon!… whether it be at Winter Games…. Fisher Follies…. or following the Buckeyes on their way to the NCAA tournament!