Many students struggle with remote learning, but class of 2020 alumna Cassidy Drummond found solace in the knowledge that all students are in the same position. Drummond reflects on her final undergraduate semester and highlights how she plans to move forward.
Jon Gugisberg (BA ‘96, German and international relations) reflects on his time at the University and how his education prepared him for a career in international business. “All the skills taught in the liberal arts are applicable, if not essential, to a sales role.”
Robert Litterman, who received his PhD in Economics and was recently awarded the Outstanding Achievement Award, helped create a report commissioned by President Trump’s Commodity Futures Trading Commission issued dire warnings about climate change’s impact on financial markets.
During the second virtual townhall Dean of the College John Coleman and a panel of experts discussed how the College of Liberal Arts is moving forward in the fall, covering topics including fall teaching, learning, research; instruction and learning spaces; community health and safety; CLA’s diversity and equity planning; and answers to questions from the audience.