Our appetite for oil is putting us at risk. Christian Angelich, Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Communication Studies, discusses the toll oil consumption takes on both the environment and the population.
Oil is an everyday reality for our society. It is not only used in our cars, but in plastic, synthetic, and chemical products, from everyday household items to the roads we drive on. Another reality is that oil causes violence. PhD candidate Christian D. Angelich uses his commercial airline pilot experience to fuel his research about the environmental and social violence caused by oil consumption.
Soon-to-be graduate Abby Koshollek knows no bounds when it comes to utilizing her time and resources to continually define and redefine her career goals. Koshollek delves into her archive of study abroad, internship, and leadership experiences within her two majors and minor and reflects on how they have collectively served as a mechanism for inevitable success.