Bridging the Gap

Ambassador Perspective: Doris Osei

Posted by Doris Osei on Jun 29, 2018 3:09:44 PM

 

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Topics: Campus Life Channel, Student Affairs

Ambassador Perspective: Kelsey Tetreault

As graduation approaches and the final chapter of my time at George Mason University closes, I can reflect back on my time as a student ambassador for OrcaTV and what a wonderful learning experience it has been. I’ve always been a shy person and so reaching out to so many student organizations was a daunting task. Being a student ambassador, being able to find my professional voice, and feeling my confidence grow has been life-changing. I have learned not only learned valuable skills, but I have also been a part of helping Mason grow into an active community rich with student organizations and lively, engaging events.

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Topics: Campus Life Channel, Student Affairs

Ambassador Perspective: Lindsay Bernhards

The fall 2017 semester is over, and what an incredible three months it has been! When I started out as a student ambassador at George Mason University, I had never reached out to student organizations on campus despite being an active participant. During my time with Apogee, however, I have learned valuable skills like these and helped in Mason’s goal to reach out to the community and make contributions beyond the bounds of its campus borders!

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Topics: Campus Life Channel, Student Affairs

Six Proven Ways to Stay Ahead of Higher-Ed Learning and Living

Posted by Cortney Overstreet, Director of Business Development on Jan 17, 2017 9:42:29 AM

 During the past decade, sweeping technological innovations and student demands began rapidly outpacing traditional educational methods. The impacts of these changes have continued to expand and academic and residential networks across college campuses have felt the pressure rise.

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Topics: ResNet, Student Demand, Mobility, Wi-Fi, Internet, Bandwidth, Business Officers, Outsourcing, Higher Ed Technology, IT Officers, Academic Digitization, Student Affairs, Millennials