“My science background is vital to understanding the climate, weather and ocean research going on at OAR, and to being able to write coherently and compellingly about that science,” says Melissa Pratt-Zossoungbo ’03, senior budget formulation analyst for NOAA.
This post, by Roland Griggs ’15, originally appeared on the La Vida Center for Outdoor Education and Leadership’s blog. This past October, I found myself stepping off a plane into a new world and a new stage of… Read More
“I think people will see us being willing to laugh at ourselves and our ridiculousness,” says Jeff Ryan ’12 of his new movie YouthMin. “But the film comes away with a meaningful message and I think people will be inspired by that.”
By Thais Ziegenhals ’14 As proud as I was to be an art major in college, the familiar question, “So…what are you going to do with that?” never ceased to be frustrating. The asker was typically walking a… Read More
“This environment here is one in which the professors really push you. But it’s all about loving you and knowing that you can be a better ‘you’ than you were when you stepped in the door,” says Teresa Rivera ’15.