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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.
For senior business major Kelsey Bailey, a summer internship at Kettering Health Network in Ohio meant getting real experience in accounting and finance that taught her how large businesses build budgets.
Shannice Baker Mabandla wanted to be a physician, so she chose Union’s international rescue and relief program because of the unique hands-on approach and global focus. Now that she has finished medical school at Loma Linda University, the 2015 Union graduate reflects on how her experiences in IRR helped her get into medical school and prepared her to thrive.
Robert Leslie found that while he studied business and marketing at Union, he was in the right environment to exercise his passion for music and spiritual leadership.
Union recently revamped the focus of the athletics department by separating out the jobs of athletics director and Larson Lifestyle Center director.
Levi felt family and expectations pulling him toward one career, while his talent and passion called him in another direction.