Graduate students are excited about history and self-motivated in a way that makes them a pleasure to work with.
I’m so grateful to the people who listened to me and paid attention to me that I’ve adopted a pay-it-forward approach. I literally would not be here if folks hadn’t taken the time to know me.
I have always been interested in social and economic inequalities as someone raised in a poor family in an underdeveloped city in Turkey.
It means being involved in a lot of aspects of the campus, not just things that affect me and my students.
I definitely wouldn’t be able to do what I’m doing without my undergraduate experience at Fitchburg State.
Always move forward, lean into any opportunities, and network.
This is one of the few areas in nursing where you have the luxury of time to spend with the patient which is missing from most of healthcare today.
The euphoria of completing a new mural always happens the first moments after you finish the last brush stroke, but as a professional I am always looking forward to the next project.
The success I’ve had as an educational leader is so invested in Fitchburg State. I look back very fondly at my time there.
I like to be that person who tries to see everything as an opportunity. I loved the experience, everything about the program worked for me.