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3 thoughts on “About

  1. Deb Beaupre says:

    I want to ask Marc how it is working out so far. I heard him ten days after the blog he posted at the Diversity Recruitment event and I am taking his advice and applying. (There is no place for readers to leave comments unless I am mistaken.) So, the schools are great, your kids are thriving- how’s the workload at this point, are you having food delivered, too like your friend? Do any other folks live in the dorms like Ike? I live in NH and my kids are all bigger and in middle and high school, so I can do a dorm easily-where did you end up settling? Have you and your family -is that important? If not, I can make some suggestions as I am a native of the area, having grown up literally right down the street. I am also interested in your plans for using your degree. More! More!

  2. Melissa L. Fullmore says:

    These blog posts have been extremely helpful in confirming my decision to apply, reducing my anxiety of the move, and assuring my family it will be OK! Thanks for everything!

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