I first met Milo as an undergraduate at the University of Notre Dame.
Always greeting both friends and strangers with a spreading smile and joy in conversation, Milo is someone you don’t forget that you’ve met. Staying connected with him over social media after graduation, I saw all the effort that he put into graduate work and pursuing that PhD. Milo shared his thoughts, so I benefited from the perspective he gained. Each time he shares something, it can wrench your heart and also give you hope. That PhDodson angle is not one to mince words or soften the blow. It’s a raw and loving and hopeful look at what can be and what we can all do to help us get there. He gives of himself so freely and willingly, all for the benefit of improvement of self and others.
Anyone who interacts with PhDodson, as a consultant, a colleague, a friend, will find him to be a blessing and an inspiration. I encourage you to read his posts, engage with him in person or via social media, and keep your eye on him. You will gain so much from the adventures and the perspective you’ll see through his eyes.