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ONE-YEAR AT GOIZUETA: ERIN NUSBAUM REHM – All Good Things Must Come to an End

ONE-YEAR AT GOIZUETA: ERIN NUSBAUM REHM – All Good Things Must Come to an End

One of the most highly anticipated, yet truly bittersweet events transpired within the past month. The Class of 2014 graduated. We were filed away as alumni, to make room for the incoming new students. Those that will quickly learn that summer parking in the Fishburne deck should not be taken for granted. Those that will discover that the salad bar in the hospital cafeteria is curiously cheaper than the salad bar in neighboring Cox Hall. That with enough caffeine and will power, they can accomplish any assignment. And with that, please allow me to wax poetically about what Goizueta...

ONE-YEAR AT GOIZUETA: ERIN NUSBAUM REHM – Pura Vida!

ONE-YEAR AT GOIZUETA: ERIN NUSBAUM REHM – Pura Vida!

Hey folks! So as I mentioned before, five of us one-years decided to spend 11 days travelling around Costa Rica during Spring Break. We couldn’t let all of our friends going on International Mid-Semester Modules have all the fun! The crew was as follows: Jimmy from Taiwan, Pablo from Colombia, Clair from Atlanta, Zach from New York, Erin from Atlanta: It was a group of friends that had never travelled together before, especially as 5 adults in a 5-seat car, sharing 1 large room and 1 bathroom. And with all the potential things that could have gone wrong (including,...

ONE-YEAR AT GOIZUETA: ERIN NUSBAUM REHM – The On-Campus Mid-Semester Module

ONE-YEAR AT GOIZUETA: ERIN NUSBAUM REHM – The On-Campus Mid-Semester Module

As mentioned in earlier blog posts, students have a choice to enroll in a local Mid-Semester Module (affectionately abbreviated as MSM) or earn their global credit through an international MSM. I chose to take Brandon Smith’s “Advanced Communication Skills for High Potentials” MSM on campus and then spend the next 10 or so days in Costa Rica with friends (to be highlighted in the next blog post). MSM with Brandon Smith: If you haven’t already heard of Brandon Smith, he is a bit of a legend around these parts. In addition to being a fellow Vanderbilt Commodore, Brandon is...

ONE-YEAR AT GOIZUETA: ERIN NUSBAUM REHM – Pardon the Interruption

ONE-YEAR AT GOIZUETA: ERIN NUSBAUM REHM – Pardon the Interruption

Happy 2014 everybody! This semester has gotten off to a very interesting start, complemented by some very interesting weather patterns. We were able to get through the first three weeks of class unscathed; however, the fourth brought to Atlanta what many are calling Snowpocalypse, Snowmageddon, Atlan-tarctica and so on. To make a long story short, in the past three weeks, we have had one full week of class, due to snow and ice. What makes it really odd is that one day it will be icy and snowing and the next, it will be nearly Spring. This has caused...

ONE-YEAR AT GOIZUETA: ERIN NUSBAUM REHM – Some photos, finally!

ONE-YEAR AT GOIZUETA: ERIN NUSBAUM REHM – Some photos, finally!

Instead of posting lengthy discourse on just how happy I am to be done with finals and to have an entire month (!) off for the holidays, I will keep this post short and sweet. Congratulations to those individuals who were accepted through the first round of applications, and I wish you all a peaceful winter season. Here are some moments from the last semester, captured through the majesty of photography: MBA Olympic Games – our team was clearly dressed as ninjas!: Some of the MBA ladies (and wives of students) at our ornament swap party: Clair and me...

ONE-YEAR AT GOIZUETA: ERIN NUSBAUM REHM – to cram or not to cram?

ONE-YEAR AT GOIZUETA: ERIN NUSBAUM REHM – to cram or not to cram?

This is about that time in the semester when I being waxing poetic about how wonderful the semester was, how fast it went by and how I cannot believe I am standing at the edge of my last semester in business school.  Funny enough, amidst the planning for this blog post, we had an all-MBA town hall where Dean Brian expressed much of the same sentiment I was feeling. He had two statements that really stood out to me: “Take lots of pictures” – clearly I have been slacking on this. Luckily I have a few friends that whip...

ONE-YEAR AT GOIZUETA: ERIN NUSBAUM REHM – Fulfilling that Global Requirement

ONE-YEAR AT GOIZUETA: ERIN NUSBAUM REHM – Fulfilling that Global Requirement

Greetings, friends. I don’t have a whole lot on which to update you, except that Fall semester is chugging right along. So much so, in fact, that we have already registered for Spring semester classes! One of the most exciting things about next semester will be the mid-semester modules, which occur over spring break. This year, there are five on-campus sessions to choose from, as well as four international sessions. I will detail them all out below because they are neat and I want to share: On Campus v  Management Consulting for Mission-Driven Organizations – instructed by Booz Allen...

ONE-YEAR AT GOIZUETA: ERIN NUSBAUM REHM – Why the One Year?

ONE-YEAR AT GOIZUETA: ERIN NUSBAUM REHM – Why the One Year?

Greetings, friends. My, oh my, how this semester is just whizzing by.  As an update from the last post, I would like to report that job offers have started rolling in for some of Goizueta’s finest.  People (myself included) have stared at their phones incessantly, awaiting the phone to ring from somebody other than Mom and Husband. Today, no joke, I ran out of class to answer a 404 number, and it ended up being my local Rite-Aid telling me that my prescription was ready for pick up… I just love hearing good news from my classmates and seeing...