Author: Eric Dosch

January 18, 2012
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Well, it's here.  The year 2012.  The start of a new calendar year. The start of a new academic term in grad school and the Fisher MLHR program.
June 10, 2011
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For my last official blog, I thought the it would be cool to give the 'likes' and 'dislikes' of my first year of graduate school.  It is always rewarding to take a moment and reflect over the year.  The most obvious (and notable)  fact is how fast the first year of grad school went by.  It's hard to believe I am already starting my summer internship when it seems like yesterday I arrived at Gerlach Hall for my first day of orientation.  With all that said, let us begin our journey down memory lane.My disclaimer:  these are the expressed written thou
May 27, 2011
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For the last couple of weeks, I have had to be "on guard" against the temptations to shirk (Thank you, Prof. Chuck S.
May 12, 2011
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On Friday, May 6, 2011, more than 25+ 1st and 2nd MLHRs headed out to Summit Vision in Westerville, OH.  For those of you who aren't familiar with Summit Vision, Inc., check out their website.  For me, I think the best thing about Summit Vision is the unique way each of us (individually and as a group) can learn about essential skills such as trust, leadership, communication and decision-marking through outdoor team building activities.The first activity I got to do was the "zip line".  This was my very first time ever doing a high rope activity.  I'll a
May 06, 2011
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When I began my graduate studies at Ohio State University in the Fall 2010, I was encouraged by my school counselor to register with The Office of Disability Services.  At first, I was a bit standoff-ish towards the idea to register because I didn't think that I would ever benefit from it.  In all honesty, my initial hesitance was really driven by some previous bad experiences with these types of services and so, in theory, I decided it wouldn't be any different here.  Of course, I was wrong.  Like many veterans who have been deployed to Iraq or Afghanistan,