Dana Turner’s self-constructed interdisciplinary IDS journey had quite the final act presenting at the Narrative Matters Conference in Paris, France. So just how does one get the opportunity to attend such a prestigious, international event? Dana answers, “Because of the many resources available to graduate students with interdisciplinary interests, I was able to turn my research inquiries into a dynamic, satisfying pursuit for knowledge.”
She adds, “Most importantly, through these experiences my life was enhanced for the better, impacting my life professionally as a student, providing me with the necessary tools and confidence to meet with scholars from all over the world.”
Dana’s DePaul journey may have ended in the city of lights but her experiences in IDS were the starting point of a lifetime of learning.
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