Isn’t it too early to talk about the struggles? The 2022-2023 academic year hasn’t even started.
This message is a bit brief on the commentary, and I’m saving some content for the upcoming website update. However, I’d like to share that graduate and professional students chose to continue their higher education, and they are very resilient and resourceful humans. I have the great responsibility to represent them here at the University of Washington. There is a lot of work to do, and it is a kindness to myself to say “Hang in there.”
On Grad School, from Our Grad School
Our Graduate School Dean, Joy Williamson-Lott had also commented on “Why go to grad school?”
GPSS Advisor and Associate Dean, Bill Mahoney, wrote an opinion article about graduate students’ sense of belonging.
In recent news, it seems that the UW Class of 1998 is represented by 2 distinguished alumnae:
Their works have been incredibly inspiring and are great examples of how the UW and Husky Experience have long-term impact on society and culture.
A.J. Balatico (he/him)
GPSS President ’22-‘23
Learning Sciences and Human Development Ph.D. Candidate | College of Education