Henry R. Woodman is a second-year master of business administration in entrepreneurship student. His interests include golf, movies and fine wine. He also enjoys traveling, conducting his business, being with his family, and practicing a healthy lifestyle. He is a member of the Strategic Forum Student group. His favorite quote is “Every day I get up and look through the Forbes list of the richest people in America. If I’m not there, I go to work.”
Graduation is the culmination of all the hard work, long hours and sleepless nights you committed to obtain your college degree. Follow these steps, and you’ll enjoy it even more, knowing that everything is completed on the big day, and you’re ready to step into your future.
Whenever people think of a computer wizard, they have the image of a guy typing furiously while trying to bypass some high-tech security system like in the movies “The Matrix,” “Hackers” or “Swordfish.” While life might not be like that, it doesn’t stop me from trying to make it that way.
Richard Dodge, Ph.D., professor of oceanography and dean of the Oceanographic Center, does not have many hobbies, but with a job that takes him to Guam, Hawaii, Monaco, American Samoa, Japan and other parts of the world, there’s no need for them.
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Rosemonde Menard-Webb is a third-year doctoral student of marriage and family therapy in the Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences. She enjoys going on road trips, going to the movies, watching the sunrise and sunset at the beach, playing board games with her children and listening to music. Her philosophy on life is to acknowledge and honor the existence of others in any way possible, with a smile, a hug or words of encouragement that generate hope. She is a member of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy and has her own consulting practice called Planting Seeds of Life.
The parties are over. The gifts have been exchanged. You’ve had long winter naps, hot chocolate with friends and awkward moments with distant relatives. You were whisked away to an escape of bliss for a month of winter vacation, free from never-ending research papers, tests and boring lectures.
Some people would rather jump out of a plane than get a root canal. But for Oscar R. Bolanos, D.D.S., professor of endodontics and director of postdoctoral endodontics in the College of Dentistry, root canals are an art form, and he describes the root canals his students perform as “outstanding and beautiful.”
Goodwill toward all mankind is a good thing, except when you’re trapped in a house with family who hasn’t seen you since last year and wants to know everything. And, then, of course, judge you.
When it comes to the holidays, there are three things you can’t go without: family, friends and good food.