Tag Archives: Mentors

The Gift of Mentorship

Since starting pharmacy school, I have been incredibly lucky to have built strong relationships with a few mentors. These were older students who invested time into helping me make the most of my pharmacy school experience. They answered my questions … Continue reading

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Gear up for grad school apps!

Since those of us who are undergraduates at the Universities at Shady Grove are within at least a couple years of graduating, a lot of us have the question of what on earth we should do after graduation on our … Continue reading

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Ask a profess(or)ional.

Professors can be great mentors. Of course, you won’t like every one you have, but if you enjoy a certain professor’s class or find them very approachable, it’s definitely worth it to forge a relationship with him or her. Continue reading

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Getting to Know Your Professors: Meet Judith Tenney

  Meet Professor Tenney (or “Tenney” for short) – mother, grandmother, and retired federal employee.┬áProfessor Tenney has a special relationship with her students because she always puts in that extra time and effort to make sure that her students thrive … Continue reading

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Getting to Know Your Professors: Meet Bob Coleman

The Universities at Shady Grove campus is unique from main campus for several reasons: the small class sizes, the tight knight campus communities, the driven students, and the relationships you build with your professors.   Meet Professor Coleman: (AKA Bob) … Continue reading

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