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Michael Shea

Michael is a full-time master’s student in the Warner School’s Higher Education program specializing in student affairs. A Buffalo, NY native, Michael graduated from the University of Rochester with a degree in Brain and Cognitive Science in May 2009.

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  1. Dwayne Campbell
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    Michael, I wish you would tell us the classes with the food, so we can be better guided the next time we register for our courses.

  2. Laura Brophy
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    Your food comment made me laugh too.  As the semester winds down, students pour into class with books, laptops, and bags of food from Wegmans and beyond.   It seems to be the Warner way. And your description of the learning environment rings true to my experience. There is so much to be learned from classmates and discussion at Warner, in part because of the many, many different life, education, and work experiences students have had.  As a professional school, students come to Warner at all different points in their careers, and that really enriches the classroom experience when faculty call on that diversity and construct shared learning experiences. Good luck with wrapping up the semester.  And all the best to you for the holidays!

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