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Study abroad spurs decision to practice medicine abroad

Study abroad spurs decision to practice medicine abroad

Alumna finds a passion for international life after study abroad experience, will soon be a physician in Asia.
Study abroad experience leads to job

Study abroad experience leads to job

Bilingual skills honed in Japan during a study abroad program led to a job as an interpreter.
Student wins $25,000 for idea

Student wins $25,000 for idea

Jordan Vanderham won first place at the GreenLight Business Competition for his thermal mask.
McNair Scholars ready for graduate school

McNair Scholars ready for graduate school

Graduates of the McNair Scholars program are prepared to find success as doctoral candidates.
Students ace French business exam

Students ace French business exam

Five students recently passed the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Paris exam.
Gilman scholarship recipient goes to France

Gilman scholarship recipient goes to France

Earning the prestigious scholarship allowed Dutfield to work at the U.S. Embassy in Paris.
Positively influencing education

Positively influencing education

Psychology graduate is making a difference in the emerging field of positive education
Swing band finds stage presence

Swing band finds stage presence

University resources made it possible for a small band of local musicians to find funding and perform.
Student envisions cars of 2030

Student envisions cars of 2030

Imagine a car that could recognize when a driver is distressed.
Fraternity bike trip raises funds for CCI

Fraternity bike trip raises funds for CCI

Brothers from Alpha Sigma Phi are ready to ride bicycles to Chicago to raise money for a nonprofit.
Student Summer Scholars publish works

Student Summer Scholars publish works

With research that started during the S3 program, two students had their work published.
Business students place 2nd

Business students place 2nd

Students competed against 24 teams at the Global Family Enterprise Case Competition.
Laker basketball stars playing overseas

Laker basketball stars playing overseas

Six Laker men's basketball players are at work in leagues overseas.
Font creator gets industry raves

Font creator gets industry raves

A graphic design student designed a font that industry creatives love.
Making the technical understandable

Making the technical understandable

Following an internship, a global company hired a writing graduate to help make user guides friendly.
Alumna wins national writer's award

Alumna wins national writer's award

Prize money will help Britteney Kapri tour in support of her book.
Blog gets Wall Street attention

Blog gets Wall Street attention

Ben Carlson's financial blog got attention from Wall Street that lead to a book deal.
Alumnus works for ArtPrize 2015

Alumnus works for ArtPrize 2015

Ryan Murphy, '15, served as special events coordinator for ArtPrize.
Survivalist starts own school

Survivalist starts own school

Alumnus find balance, connection to nature, teaches survival skills to others.
Alum receives presidential award

Alum receives presidential award

Luke Wilcox received the Presidential Award for Excellence in Math and Science Teaching.
Grad student addresses UN

Grad student addresses UN

Shatha Abusrour represented the Arab region on the rights of persons with disabilities.
Alumna wins top twirling contest

Alumna wins top twirling contest

Moriah Muscaro, '15, was crowned College Miss Majorette of America July 25.
Alumna makes "30 Under 30" list

Alumna makes "30 Under 30" list

Kelly McGrail, '10, was named a "30 Under 30" destination marketing expert by global group.
First Year Teacher of the Year

First Year Teacher of the Year

Kyle Summerfield, a high school teacher in Texas, was named a First Year Teacher of the Year.
Alumnus receives research grant

Alumnus receives research grant

Wittbrodt received the Carl Gisolfi Research Grant from American College of Sports Medicine.