academic

class of 2019

class of 2019

I did it!

Yesterday, I graduated from the Walsh School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University with a Bachelor of Science in Foreign Service degree in Culture & Politics. (And also a minor in Russian.)

What a sentence!

I had hoped to get some grad photos taken of me and a friend earlier, but unfortunately…

new house, new job, more school

new house, new job, more school

This is a blog post of MANY UPDATES! It’s also my twentieth post overall on my site! 🎉

As some of you may know, Taylor and I have been planning to buy a home in Baltimore for a while. We started taking RedFin tours back in September, just to get a sense of what’s out there..

exciting ~linguistic~ news

exciting ~linguistic~ news

Exciting news!

I’ve submitted an abstract to my very first non-Georgetown academic conference and it has been accepted!

I will be presenting my Back 2 Good research on the language accessibility of the DC metro system at the American Association of Geographers Annual Meeting in April 2019.

I will be featured in a session on Linguistic Geography. This session will …

one (& 1/2) month in: an academic update

one (& 1/2) month in: an academic update

My last first day of undergraduate classes was almost six weeks ago! I can’t believe the semester is already half way over. I meant to post this update at the one-month mark, but September and October have been so busy! Thankfully, November should be a little more calm.

Despite the business, this has been one of my favourite semesters at Georgetown so far…