Sunday in the Life Dr. Sufyan Mohammed

March 2, 2018

We got in touch with the Communication Department’s adviser and professor, Dr. Sufyan Mohammed, who also helps teach some economics courses in Brennan for the KSOM students. So, what is a typical Sunday for this busy man?

Sleeping in (kind of):

Sundays I wake up around 9 in the morning. It is the only day I get to sleep in late because usually during the week I wake up at 5 a.m. Next, I typically eat breakfast and read the newspaper for an hour, I like to stay up to date on current events and also like to discuss the topics with my classes to make sure they know what’s happening in the world.

Errands, errands, errands:

Usually, I like to go grocery shopping for the week ahead in the morning as well. Then, it’s time for lunch, I also use this free time to talk to family on the phone early in the afternoon so we can catch up on our daily lives. After that, I cook and prep my lunches for the week, and, if I’m lucky, a few dinners, which takes up a good portion of my afternoon.

Winding down:

I take the time later in the afternoon to head to the gym once a week, which lasts about an hour and a half to two depending on the workouts I want to do for the day. Finally, I eat my dinner around 6 p.m. and watch a movie or do grading (depending on the time of the semester) until about 9 or so. Then I get myself ready for the next day by setting out my clothes, sometimes I even plan this out for a week in advance so it’s not something I have to worry about. And, to top it all off, I head to sleep around 10.

Back to Top