Nothing says "Back to School" like Buck-i-Frenzy! Buck-i-Frenzy is Ohio State's annual welcome back festival hosted by corporate sponsors from the Columbus area. Over 20,000 students and hundreds of business attend each year. The festival carries the motto of "Four hours of friends, food, and free stuff!" and certainly lives up to that claim.
Last Sunday, some members of the Fisher graduate admissions team reunited to celebrate the fast-approaching end of the SMF program and (automatically) the end of our duties as graduate assistants. Today, while I was sitting at my desk, I went through all the memories I've collected since I decided to embark on this adventure. I decided to share with you the three best memories that I have created during my time at OSU.
One of my favorite experiences this past year has been volunteering in MAcc Gives Back. This event occurs every spring and is open for participation by all MAcc students and professors. The goal is to "give back" to the local community of Columbus. This year, different groups went to different locations. My group volunteered at Clarfield Farm. This is a local farm that produces healthy produce for the Ohio community, and works closely with the Mid-Ohio Foodbank.
As my MHRM journey comes to a close, I've found myself spending a lot of time in my head reflecting over what the the last two years have meant for me. But because you only ever hear from me, I wanted to give a voice to some of my classmates. Below, graduating MHRM students share some of their fondest memories in the MHRM program.
Some of the "MBLErs" (Master of Business Logistics Engineering) are from China, including me. We celebrate the Traditional Chinese New Year which is also called "Spring Festival." This is the first time for most of us to celebrate Chinese New Year away from China (and the first time to celebrate without our families), so we decided to celebrate this special occasion with all MBLE members and professors.