Author: Kim Hill, Jr.
June 09, 2012
I have not contributed nearly as much as I had hoped to this blog.I have been a blogger for two years and neither year was I able to contribute as much as I though I would be able to. However, the past two years, I have grown more as a person than I thought possible before coming to Fisher. So much so, it is difficult for me to wrap my head around everything that has happened and condense it into simple blog posts that could be easily digested by prospective students.
October 02, 2011
Well, it's starting again. Everyone is trying to adapt, or re-adapt, to life in grad school. Juggling school and work schedules with homework and family and friends. The nervousness of finding an internship or full-time job. All of the things that make being a grad student so much fun!!Coming back as a second year student, however, I have a bit of a different focus. I intend to spend more time this year enjoying Columbus and Fisher.
June 03, 2011
So it is has been quite a while since I have posted a blog. I mean with the amazing content that has been coming out of my favorite blogger Wes, it was difficult for me to come up with something. But alas, I decided to take a few minutes to write on the end of my first year.This year has been one of the most amazing, stressful, difficult, incredible, and rewarding experiences of my life. When I moved here from Michigan last August, I didn't know what to expect.
March 18, 2011
The second day of the case competition was all about presentations. One of the things we were told was that, no matter what strategy your group has developed, if you cannot communicate it well, you can't win. This was kind of a concern for me since I have never felt like I was a great presenter.
March 09, 2011
Now that all of the excitement is over, I thought it would be a good time to write a post about the first ever MLHR Case Competition. Not just the first ever at Fisher, but to my knowledge, the first grad HR competition ever, anywhere. Case Competitions are common in business schools, but they are usually for MBA students. One thing that the faculty here at Fisher as been telling us from day one is that it is critical for us as HR students to develop our business acumen.