The Stevenson Center’s interdisciplinary, applied curriculum informs the work Michael Hotard ’09 does today as senior program manager at the Stanford Immigration Policy Lab.
Due to the continuing coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, Interim Dean Dr. Diane Zosky has published her address on the college website and has recorded it, as well.
Another academic year has started, and with it the Stevenson Center introduces a new group of Fellows. Although a new group of Fellows with a wealth and variety of experiences arrives every year from across the country, this group is having a semester like no other.
Economics 138, Economic Reasoning Using Statistics, will provide students with real-world experience with statistics and data analysis this fall.
“Through my experience as an AmeriCorps VISTA, I’ve seen the life-changing effects that come from giving people opportunities to do more,” explained Jack Hanson. The Stevenson Center will soon welcome Hanson as an Applied Community and Economic Development Fellow in applied economics.
The College of Arts and Sciences thanks Dr. Craig Gatto and Dr. Craig C. McLauchlan for their outstanding service.
Congratulations to Bill Davis ’02 of Ameren for being named to the Public Utility Fortnightly’s “Fortnightly Under Forty.”
Peace Corps and a master’s degree can each launch a career: Brian Kiger ’05 combined them and has since pursued a calling in international development that allows him to touch the lives of many. It all started at Illinois State.
Glory Igharo ’19 has big dreams. Thanks to the generosity of others, she has the tools and the drive to reach them.
Interim Dean Dr. Diane Zosky emphasizes that the important work being conducted across the College of Arts and Sciences continues in spite of the COVID-19 pandemic and its unprecedented effects.