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Ryan's Learning Portfolio
MS, University of Cincinnati (2012)
BBA, Marketing and International Business, University of Cincinnati Lindner College of Business (2009)
Although I am originally from a small town named Genoa, OH, I have fallen in love with Cincinnati! I do miss Lake Erie sometimes, but the festivals, oppurtunities, and German heritage of the city give me more than enough reasons to stay. As an Assistant Director and Academic Advisor in UC Honors, I have the pleasure of advising some of the best and brightest students at UC (and, in my opinion, the country). After graduating from UC in 2009, I spent two years in admissions recruiting local students and advising campus tour guides. After I realized my passion for student advising, I came to the University Honors Program and now advise Lindner College of Business students, Mechanical Engineering, MET, Computer Science, Computer Engineering, CET, and Electrical Engineering students in the College of Engineering and Applied Science, and students in Clermont and Blue Ash Colleges. I love UC and all of the great things it has to offer, so stop on by to discuss scheduling, Honors Experiences, or anything on your mind. Check out my learning portfolio to read even more!
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Favorite Classroom Experience
I guess it’s not really a traditional “classroom” experience, but it took place during Summer Quarter 2008 where I spent five weeks in Cincinnati taking courses and then spent the remaining 6 weeks of the quarter in Bangkok, Chiang Mai, Chiang Rai, and Koh Samui, Thailand on a Lindner College of Business Study Abroad.
The "Andrew Carnegie Dictum"
-To spend the first third of one's life getting all the education one can.
-To spend the next third making all the money one can.
-To spend the last third giving it all away for worthwhile causes.
“One day your life will flash before your eyes. Make sure it’s worth watching.” –Unknown
“A good idea is never lost. Even though its originator or possessor may die without publicizing it, it will someday be reborn in the mind of another...” – Thomas A. Edison