It's been over seven years since I've returned home from my tour of duty in Iraq. I will definitely tell you, it was a long 18-month stint in Iraq and I came away from that experience with a lot of positive memories.
When I was growing up, my favorite day of the week was Saturday. As a kid, life always made a lot of sense to me. Oddly enough, I had a fuzzy understanding that Monday through Friday was meant for school. But Saturday, now that was a different story. Saturday was MY DAY!
It's hard to believe that the month of October 2010 is more than half-way over. Eerily enough, it seems like yesterday when I started orientation at OSU. But, in all actuality, it's been well over 30+ days. Now, I am definitely "not" going to be cliche' and blurb, "oh time sure does fly when you are having fun!" because that would just be completely inaccurate - and that's just not me. In the wise words of fellow MLHR'er, Shawn Henderson, the more appropriate - and timeless - quip would be: Get Ready to Live, People.
During my military career, I was afforded many opportunities to travel abroad to several foreign countries. My most memorable overseas trip was traveling to Germany. At the time I was 19 years old, fresh out of basic training and ready to see every inch of this planet as I could. So, as luck may have it, I got the opportunity to do a 3 week stint in Germany. I was ecstatic! It was my first "official" overseas trip and I couldn't wait to see all that Germany had to offer.
Today's topic is a bit more serious in nature. Fisher College of Business hosts a variety of graduate programs, including the MAcc program, the MLHR program, the MBLE program, the Full-Time MBA program, the Working Professionals MBA program, many dual-degree programs, as well as Executive MBA programs.