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Hi again everyone, I just wanted to share with all of you my love for my Leadership Initiatives class. We are just coming up on the end of the 1st week and I can’t believe it! Only 7 more weeks to go before Christmas break. WOW! So far, this class is AMAZING. The professors are [...]

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Hey everybody! Welcome back to another blog. This week, I have a couple things to go over: schoolwork, internship work and other fun stuff in between. I want to start off by wishing everybody a safe a happy Halloween weekend! Don’t do anything I wouldn’t do. Since my last blog update, I’ve remained busy with [...]

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I apologize for not blogging as frequently this year as I did last year! My job responsibilities for my internship in Graduate Admissions have changed a lot over the last year, plus I am just…

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Ever watched the show Lie to Me? This past Thursday, Professor David Aragona, PhD gave a lecture on deception detection. His advisor worked with Dr. Paul Ekman, a contributor to the show about a detective who solves cases based on his ability to interpret microexpressions. Aragona completed his dissertation on lie detection in applied security [...]

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Annnnnd it’s officially that time of the semester… when every class has approximately 4 assignments due in the same week. After months of being able to keep up with all of my schoolwork and lesson plan writing, I feel completely overwhelmed this week by how much work I need to get done.  I am now [...]

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Hi everyone, Honestly, I can’t believe that it is already October 24th. This is an important day because it signals the start of the second eight-week session for the Fall semester. During this session, I am taking Leadership Initiatives and hope to get a jump-start on my Master’s Project when I can find a few [...]

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With the challenging economy, non-profits are facing a turbulent time. Although not as harsh as in 2008, the environment is pushing for a change in organizational operations. This may be difficult  for non-profit organizations to face after years of conducting business as usual. Recently the Alliance for Children and Families conducted a study on disruptive [...]

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Hi, again! These upcoming weeks are going to be daunting for me. Two exams, a quiz, a paper, and a lengthy presentation will make up the bulk of the work.  They sure do keep us busy! I guess that is what you should expect when you sign up for a program that typically takes two [...]

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In my school counseling program here at Canisius, we are required to participate in activities, groups, practicums and internships as supplements to our original classes.  Although I enjoy classes and lectures, nerd alert, going out into the community and participating in these type things really make the experience here at Canisius worth it. As part [...]

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I recently attended a screening of Telling Amy’s Story, a documentary about a woman who was a victim of domestic violence in State College, PA. In recognition of October as domestic violence awareness month, WNED Studios hosted the screening of the film followed by a discussion on domestic violence with five experts from Western New [...]

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