Last Days at Purdue
As we enter the last few days of our Internship in the United States, I am in between two worlds. I am really looking forward going home, to my family and friends and colleagues. But there is also a looming sadness of leaving my newfound friend and colleagues here at Purdue University, West Lafayette. I found a home away from home, a place were I could settle, a University Libraries where I can work . To Dean Jim Mullins and my colleagues and friends at Purdue, thank you so much for your hospitality, Your eager sharing of knowledge and expertise. To my to hosts Gretchen Stephens and Jane Yatcilla, I cound't ask for better.
Also thanks to the Mortenson Center for their wonderful program and trouble they went to make this journey a once in a lifetime opportunity.
To my fellow Interns, you're the best. May we see many good results growing from this experience.