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In theory, running a successful business is easy: find what people need or desire and provide it for a reasonable price. But reality is a lot more complicated and a lot more rewarding. Jean-Christian Touré, a 2018 Union College graduate, found this out when his side hustle became a thriving tech company providing application development, digital marketing, and IT services to businesses across Colorado and into Wyoming.
Leif Lastine, a Union College theology major, will be honored with a Weniger Fellows Student Scholarship during an online ceremony on February 20 highlighting the 2021 laureates and fellows recognized by the Charles E. Weniger Society for Excellence
During the fall 2020 semester, Union College’s editing class of 10 students worked with AdventHealth’s CREATION Life team to produce a “Wellness Journal” for young adults.
A winding road took Brian from his home and family in Texas to a school he’d never heard of in Lincoln, Nebraska. At Union College, he learned that the church is not a building, but a body of believers that transcends borders and cultures. He discovered a new kind of family—the family of God.
Alex Ulrich planned to be a physical therapist. But then she discovered her calling as an occupational therapy assistant.
An interdisciplinary research project combined drones data collection and plant biology research on Nebraska crops to create a project that helps prepare students for careers in science and health care.
Many of us never spent much time thinking about disasters and pandemics until we found ourselves in the middle of one. But many Union graduates work in the field of disaster preparedness and response. As you might expect, 2020 has been a busy year for them!
Savanna “Dani” Arthur learned a whole new set of skills when she took her student teaching online thanks to the coronavirus.