Hi everyone! Welcome to this week's entry. As the finals are approaching, this semester is about to come to an end. This is the last blog entry that I write for this semester. Thank you so much for keeping support us and read our blogs. So hope to see you around on campus next year!
Today I met with Christopher J. Johnstone, who is the director of international initiatives and relations in the College of Education and Human Resource Development (CEHD) for short. He shared with me few attributes that might be beneficial for international students within the college.
When I firstly became the ambassador of the University of Minnesota, I was so appreciated this chance and I tried my best to help the future freshmen to know our university better so that they could get used to the new environment quickly. Through one-year-hardwork, I am satisfied with my work and I want to express my thanks to all of you, my friends!
Finally, I hope the International Ambassadors Program can be more and more successful in the future. Farewell, my dear friends!
Hi everyone! Welcome to this week's entry. This week I want to share with you a story that I shared with my HRD 3201, Introduction to Training and Development class. As a part of the class assignment, I told this story to the class and my instructor praised my story as "an extremely engaging piece with vivid descriptions that readers can empathize with." It is about my choice of attending the college in America. So I thought this maybe relevant to you guys. Here is the story.
Most people ask me, why are you here? Well, I am here for college. But most people don't understand why I am willing to spend so much time and effort, flying all the way across the Pacific just for college? So the story begins here.
Greetings everyone. In the past few days I received so many emails asking about housing. I assume the housing application deadline is approaching. So let's talk about it.