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My Capstone Journey

I wasn't sure what to expect. I heard a few things here and there about Capstone for five semesters, but nothing horrible. I began Capstone with a little fear of the unknown, but knowing that Professor Elizabeth Townsend Gard is a patient and kind soul, the fear wasn't overwhelming. Turns out, I was right! The process is painless and I can't believe this journey is almost over. I take one assignment at a time and build it into something that I feel is presentable and makes sense. Following the steps in each module, listening to the lectures, and taking Professor's advice have helped me get through Capstone. It's been such a great experience and I can't wait to see where I go from here!

My Capstone Journey © 2023 by Jamei Richey is licensed underCC BY 4.0

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