Jonathan Senning (computer science), Amy Brown Hughes (theology) and Evangeline “Angie” Cornwell (biology) were named the inaugural Vocation Faculty Fellows, a new award from the Career and Connection Institute.
While many summer internships were canceled due to the pandemic, computer science students completing remote internships are gaining experience that will make them “exponentially more valuable in the workforce.”
In 2008, Mike Schnakenburg, Lucy Mull, and Andrew Breton graduated during the Great Recession—and Dan Stevens ’06 started his own business. Hear their stories and sage advice for this year’s graduating class.
Last Thursday evening, it wasn’t dinosaur skeletons and ancient pharaohs filling a wing of the Museum (of Science) with chatter; it was the burgeoning relationships between Gordon students and industry professionals.
As a senior, with the pressure of graduation just a few months away, I’ve been more concerned with choosing the right headshot than improving someone else’s day with my clear work descriptions. But after an hour and a half with Jon Hart of Praxis Labs, my LinkedIn profile was back in draft.