Sadly, it’s been a long time since I blogged about anything other than travels and adventures. Today, though, it’s definitely time to take a moment to share a few thoughts on something that I’ve been curious about for a long, long time. When I started graduate school, I chose Social Policy and Development for a few reasons: I knew that discussions of the developing world — Africa, specifically — incited my interest. I also knew that health and education were two arenas that I found most critical. My…
Doing an unpaid internship and kind of excited about it!
Heading back to Londontown for graduation! Let the countdown begin!
MSc with Merit and a Distinction on my dissertation! Time to celebrate!!
Goodbye SPD c/o 2010; Hello SPD c/o 2011!
Hit up Opal Bar on Friday night for one last hurrah with my SPD girls. Currently packing to leave my flat — so sad!
Grad school yearbooks are coming to town… and I’m gonna design the raddest one ever. Watch out!
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I love LSE — check out this list of Development-focused events going on this month!
Dissertation proposal submitted, now it’s time to see the fam!
Keeping my New Year’s resolution and checking out as many amazing speakers as possible: Professors Thandika Mkandawire & Nobel Laureate Amartya Sen!