It’s not that it’s unusual for Fletcher graduates to visit the school, but it’s unusual to have three alums stopping in at Admissions on one March day. I’m looking forward to seeing Courtney Richardson, a 2013 PhD graduate who is really here to give a talk (“We’ve Reached Our Limits: Insights from China’s UNSC Action on the Libyan and Syrian Civil Wars”), and Han Kim, who was the subject of a blog post back in the day, both of whom served stints on the Admissions Committee, as well as another PhD alum. It’s always good to reconnect!
In addition to the returning former students, I’ll be meeting some new people at a midday Information Session, and I thought this would be a good time to remind blog readers that we are offering several more Information Sessions this spring. Attendees at springtime sessions might include prospective applicants, newly admitted students, and prospective students who have accepted a place on our waitlist for September enrollment, which means the staffer running the session is challenged to meet the informational needs of these very different groups. We’re up to it! Bring on the questions!
For your planning convenience, you’ll want to note that if you can visit campus, you can join sessions on Thursday, April 3, Monday, April 14, Thursday, April 24, and Monday, May 5. Sign up for a date that works for you (or just turn up for today’s session — the more the merrier!). In addition, we’re offering virtual (online) Information Sessions on Thursday, April 3, Monday, May 12, and Tuesday, June 10. Another forum for learning about Fletcher and getting answers to your questions.
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