My name is Souksavanh Keovorabouth but I go by Soukey; I am currently a fourth year student enrolled here at the University, double majoring in Sustainable Built Environments and American Indian Studies. I’m an enrolled member of the Navajo Nation, but also half Laos as well.
When she’s not teaching, conducting research, or meeting with students, Faten Ghosn can usually be found in the Veterans Education and Transition Services (VETS) Center, interacting with veterans, dependents, and current service members.
Believe it or not, summer is fast approaching. For many new Wildcats around the country, the time has come to plan for their move to Tucson and to begin their journey at the University of Arizona. Every summer, the Arizona Alumni Association hosts events in cities across the United States known as Summer Send Offs.
Gifts at Work
Your student has spent approximately the past nine months planning out their days, sharpening their cognitive skills and developing habits and behaviors to advance their academic careers. Rome’s 5 “R’s” for Summer Plans and Preparing For Fall provide tips to discuss with your student to encourage not only an enjoyable summer break, but one that will help prepare your student for fall by utilizing resources in an effective way. Rome’s 5 “R’s” are reflect, refrain, revisit, refine and relax.