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I am grateful to the #britishacademy for awarding me the necessary funds to digitize and facilitate the transcription of the forgotten Armenian Oral History collection housed at Butler Library, Columbia University. Today was my first meeting to start the process and I am beyond excited that by 2020 researchers might not have to use Walkmans anymore to listen to the collection. I found the collection in 2014 and it took four years to find and get the funding. 🙏 #armeniangenocidesurvivors #oralhistory #legacy #persistencepaysoff #silentbook
I am grateful to the #britishacademy  for awarding me the necessary funds to digitize and facilitate the transcription of the forgotten Armenian Oral History collection housed at Butler Library, Columbia University. Today was my first meeting to start the process and I am beyond excited that by 2020 researchers might not have to use Walkmans anymore to listen to the collection. I found the collection in 2014 and it took four years to find and get the funding. 🙏 #armeniangenocidesurvivors  #oralhistory  #legacy  #persistencepaysoff  #silentbook 
Now i can say i attended Columbia
Now i can say i attended Columbia
Columbia University 
如果当初我好好学习了!

那……
Columbia University 如果当初我好好学习了! 那……
Hello everyone! I realize my feed has been moving away from “book smarts” and toward “street smarts” with maybe too much emphasis on the fun aspects of my life. I’m very conscious of this trend and want to address it in an open manner. Life as a grad student in a demanding program is tough—my week fluctuates regularly. There are days when I cry out of frustration, confusion, and hopelessness wondering why I left my happy place of teaching in my classroom of wonderful students to enter a program where the reading is demanding, where expectations are high, where your instincts of being a “good doctoral student” kick in and you want to do everything right but you have no idea what you are doing and there is often too little support from faculty (they value independence and original thinking and risk taking and expect you to take charge of your studies). I spend most of my days reading and writing and thinking about my research. It’s a never ending process. I’m not miserable—I’m just surviving and trying to figure it all out—the openness of this endeavor is thrilling but simultaneously unsettling. It’s tricky to find photos that capture these rich and conflicting emotions of grad school so I resort to sharing photos that are less heavy and more optimistic—photos from my “downtime” as a student. Because after all, this feed is as much for you as it is for me. I’m working on a “book smarts” post and will be sharing one of my first writing pieces for grad school. There is much I want to share but time is limiting me! I hope you understand. Thank you for following! ..................... #gradschool #teachersforlife #neverstoplearning #gradstudentlife #teachersofinstagram #reallife #studying #library #studentlife #educationislife #teacherblogger #educateyourself #educatedwomen #keeplearning #inmyhead #school #college #doctoralstudent #newjourney #experience #studymotivation #studytime #professionalwomen #professionallife #eddstudent #motivation #gradstudent #campuslife #columbiauniversity #lifelonglearning
Hello everyone! I realize my feed has been moving away from “book smarts” and toward “street smarts” with maybe too much emphasis on the fun aspects of my life. I’m very conscious of this trend and want to address it in an open manner. Life as a grad student in a demanding program is tough—my week fluctuates regularly. There are days when I cry out of frustration, confusion, and hopelessness wondering why I left my happy place of teaching in my classroom of wonderful students to enter a program where the reading is demanding, where expectations are high, where your instincts of being a “good doctoral student” kick in and you want to do everything right but you have no idea what you are doing and there is often too little support from faculty (they value independence and original thinking and risk taking and expect you to take charge of your studies). I spend most of my days reading and writing and thinking about my research. It’s a never ending process. I’m not miserable—I’m just surviving and trying to figure it all out—the openness of this endeavor is thrilling but simultaneously unsettling. It’s tricky to find photos that capture these rich and conflicting emotions of grad school so I resort to sharing photos that are less heavy and more optimistic—photos from my “downtime” as a student. Because after all, this feed is as much for you as it is for me. I’m working on a “book smarts” post and will be sharing one of my first writing pieces for grad school. There is much I want to share but time is limiting me! I hope you understand. Thank you for following! ..................... #gradschool  #teachersforlife  #neverstoplearning  #gradstudentlife  #teachersofinstagram  #reallife  #studying  #library  #studentlife  #educationislife  #teacherblogger  #educateyourself  #educatedwomen  #keeplearning  #inmyhead  #school  #college  #doctoralstudent  #newjourney  #experience  #studymotivation  #studytime  #professionalwomen  #professionallife  #eddstudent  #motivation  #gradstudent  #campuslife  #columbiauniversity  #lifelonglearning 
It might snow tomorrow! 📚❄️
It might snow tomorrow! 📚❄️