It’s day one, and we’re excited to begin a new chapter. We’re all bright-eyed and in a new environment, with new people, with multiple expectations, and with thoughts of what’s the year going to be like. Then day two comes. We’ve sat through all our first days of classes and received our syllabi. Panic sets in, worry seeps through, and we’re sitting there with “omg” looks on our faces. We knew going back to school to pursue our MBAs wasn’t going to be a walk in the park, but little did we know just how far off we were.
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.
Before I get into the heart of this post, I want to apologize to my readers who may have been wondering where I've been for the past few months. The answer is all over the place! My spring semester was pretty crazy, so here's a very quick summary of what I've been up to: Traveling
Ohio State has been a central force in my life for almost a decade now. As an undergraduate (2010-2014), employee (2015-2016), and graduate student (2016-2018), I have been able to see the University from many angles. What always amazes me is this place’s ability to re-invent itself based on where you are in your life. It never feels small, it never feels predictable, and it never feels like you have outgrown it—because there are constantly new worlds of opportunity opening up to you. Eight years ago, I never thought I would work at a U