Curtis Ashton (’05) Says “Make the Most of the Opportunities that Come your Way”

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Curtis Ashton graduated from Indiana University in 2005 with a Dual Masters in Folklore and Library Science. Since leaving Indiana, Ashton did fieldwork at ethnographic museums in Beijing, China. After working there, Ashton returned home to Utah where he says …

By Geoffrey Heck
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Couldn’t attend the virtual D.C. Career Trek? Watch the video

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Do you want to move to Washington, D.C. to begin a career after you graduate? This virtual career trek is your ticket to career exploration in the United States Capital. You’ll learn about career paths, work environments, expanding your network, …

By Amy Cornell
Amy Cornell Senior Associate Director, Alumni Engagement Amy Cornell
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Considering Grad School in Tennessee? Check out University of Memphis

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The University of Memphis is a public research university in Memphis, Tennessee. They have a number of graduate programs that could be a great fit for students from the IU College of Arts + Sciences. The Walter Center had a chance …

By Hillary Nienhouse
Hillary Nienhouse Assistant Director, Employer Relations Hillary Nienhouse
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College Alumni Want to Give Back by Networking with Current Students

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It wasn’t until a few years after I graduated that I realized how much affection I had for my alma mater, Indiana University. I would return to campus and stroll the streets and pathways and remember how much fun I …

By Amy Cornell
Amy Cornell Senior Associate Director, Alumni Engagement Amy Cornell
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Couldn’t attend Liberal Arts Impact: Political Science? Watch the Video

Couldn't attend Liberal Arts Impact: Political Science? Watch the Video

Do you know the impact of your liberal arts education? In this recording of the live webinar on Oct. 22, you’ll hear from alumni working in a variety of industries, but they all have one thing in common — a degree …

By Maureen Langley
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