Her passion for learning and a desire to help others made University of Wisconsin Oshkosh junior marketing major Alexis Brown, of Chicago, curious about why she didn’t see more African American women with doctorates.
The discipline, medium and scale may change, but Andrew Redington has always been drawn to the visual arts. In high school and college, he gravitated to theatre and set design, even completing an apprenticeship with the Santa Fe Opera before earning a Master of Fine
Keeping both the mind and the body active-- whether through exercise, art, reading or writing—is often a great form of therapy. For former coach and physical education teacher Bev Mickelson ’77, of Portland, Ore., staying active even after she was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease was
Internships can be daunting —for both the student and the supervisor. But when things just ‘click,' as they did for human services leadership student Cymone Jones and her South Park Middle School internship supervisor, school counselor Katie Kessen-Checki ’03, the experience fosters great hands-on learning