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mohammed-square.jpgGraduate school is rich with experiences in and out of the classroom. International graduate students immerse themselves into the culture of not only JMU, but also the regional and national culture.

Mohamed Serry is an international graduate student in the Adult Education/Human Resource Development program. Follow along on his journey as a JMU graduate student.

My graduate student experience

  • decorative image mohamed-thesis-faculty-thumb.jpg A Huge Milestone

    What is like to have your thesis project behind you? Mohamed can tell you all about it.

  • decorative image basketball-game-thumbnail.jpg Going to the Game with the President

    President Alger invites graduate students to attend a Women's Basketball game with him.

  • decorative image laptop-pic-thumbnail.jpg Thesis: Scary or Exciting?

    What is it like to begin your thesis project? Mohamed Serry shares his experience

  • decorative image 365-blog-pic-2.jpg 365 days already!

    It has been 365 days since graduate student Mohamed Serry came to JMU for his graduate education. Read his reflections.

  • decorative image summer-camp-picture-thumb.png A long summer

    How did graduate student Mohamed Serry spend his summer break?

  • decorative image student-gathering-thumbnail.jpg Halfway to graduation

    After completing his first year of graduate school, Mohamed reflects and shares his feelings.

  • decorative image mohamed-opera-thumbnail.jpg Night at the opera

    Mohamed and friends go to the opera!

  • decorative image mohamed-in-snow-thumb.jpg Let it snow!

    What is it like to see and feel snow for the first time? Mohamed can tell you.

  • decorative image alger-intl-students-thumbnail.jpg 100 Days

    Mohamed reflects on his first 100 days at JMU and living in America.

  • decorative image football-thumbnail.png The Game

    Mohamed shares his first experience at a football game at an American university.

  • decorative image mohamed-thumbnail.jpg Faren what?

    Mohamed Serry, 1st year graduate student shares his experiences as he transitions from Egypt to the US and JMU.

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