Are you interested in picking up a major or minor in Psychological & Brain Sciences? Do you want to learn more about the knowledge you’ll gain from coursework in the IU Department of Psychological & Brain Sciences and how this knowledge gives you an edge in the job market?
Liberal Arts Impact is a series of events that have connected thousands of Indiana University students directly with hundreds of College of Arts + Sciences alumni. This informal event allows you to hear from recent alumni of the IU Department of Psychological & Brain Sciences on how they’ve used their liberal arts education in starting and advancing their careers. These alumni work in a variety of industries and will share ways to strategically leverage the advantage a liberal arts degree has across career fields.
This event will feature:
- Claudia Viloria (Psychology BA ’16) – Advocacy Officer at Save the Children Mexico (Mexico City)
- Jacob Kuczmanski (Psychology BA ’14) – Manager of Talent & Organizational Change Consulting, Accenture (Chicago)
- Brian Bullington (Psychology BA ’08) – Network Data Strategist, Chicago Public Schools
- Morgan Ellis (Psychology BA ’17) – School Counselor, Roncalli High School (Indianapolis)
Current faculty from the IU Department of Psychological & Brain Sciences will also share how the skills and knowledge they’re teaching in the classroom relates directly to the ever-evolving world of work. They too will illuminate how obtaining liberal arts skills provides a leg up in an unpredictable future job market.
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The Walter Center strives to host inclusive, accessible events that enable all individuals, including individuals with disabilities, to engage fully. To request an accommodation or for inquiries about accessibility, please use our Event Accommodations Request Form or contact the designated accessibility coordinator for this event (Maria Cambone, firstname.lastname@example.org, 812-855-8455).