Category: Exploring Columbus
Me and Coke
On the days where classes have been getting out at noon providing only a hour lunch break before the next one begins, and there are no job or club info sessions providing the ubiquitous pizza, the Fisher Grad student has been left with a simple question: What the heck am I doing for lunch? Ignoring the overachievers who choose to pack, the rest of us are left to find our own way into the Fisher campus culinary experience.
On the morning of August 4, 2018, I jumped into a host’s car to start my journey in Columbus. With jazz music playing on the radio, I was attracted to what I call “new antique-style” buildings—those with a rusty, red-brick color.
It is hard to imagine that six weeks has passed since our first semester began. But like the saying goes, "time flies when you're having fun", which actually started before our first class.
Organization Design Strategies: A Look at the Global One Health Initiative GAP Project in Ethiopia and Kenya
Exploring Columbus, Travels, Class, Community Service, Full Time MBA, Working Professional MBA, Fisher College of Business
Rolling out of bed after finals week at the end of our second semester in the MBA program, it was both exciting and nerve-racking to be packing for a three-week trip for Ethiopia and Kenya. After making it through final group projects and coursework, I kept wondering if I was truly prepared for our in-country portion of the GAP global consulting project.