Paul Nembhard – End of Semester Reflection Fall 2016

Have you completed all your work (for the Fall 2016 semester) with your clients and closed all loops?

Yes, I’ve completed everything but my client for the Newsletter wrote me an email with a request to add one more submission for a faculty member. It wont be too much work to fix.

Are you happy with your results with the work you completed this semester? What was your favorite project you got a chance to work on this semester?

I’m pretty happy with the work I did this semester. My favorite things were the Black Solidarity poster and the New Faculty Welcome card (there’s just something about that red Cardinal that just makes me smile).

How are you going to prepare for next semester during the Holiday Break? If you are departing from the team, let us know your plans for 2017.

Wow, I cant believe I’m finally done with school. I’m gonna miss all my classmates and my FC family. My plans are to continue to work as much as I can while growing and building my life with my wife Rose. I hope to get a job in the design field as well. I’m not sure when I’ll start applying to jobs however. Overall, this semester was great and memorable, the Christmas party was AWESOME!!!! I LOVE YOU ALL!

2 thoughts on “Paul Nembhard – End of Semester Reflection Fall 2016

  1. Paul, I echo your sentiments. The cardinal was a perfect touch to welcome new part-time faculty. And the Black Solidarity Day poster was clear and strong; it gave me pause. Still does; I just revisited it on on the website, and it is inspirational. We all can make a difference in so many daily ways. And your poster reminds us of that possibility.

    You will always be part of shaping the Faculty Commons and how City Tech presents itself to the students, faculty, staff and those beyond our doors to the world. Keep designing, keep writing and finding moments to share your poetry. Congratulations and welcome fellow Alumni.

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