Stephen Collins has put his administrative leadership degree to good use while working as a music director, guitar and piano teacher, and music producer.
After a mosque was destroyed in her city, Museum Studies grad Devin Leatherman organized an event to show comfort and love to community members affected.
Warren Davenport still strives to make learning a part of his daily ritual nearly four decades after earning a master's degree in liberal studies.
A College alumnus received the nation’s highest military honor for bravery last month, nearly 50 years after his heroic actions during the Vietnam War.
Natalie Jo Bachmann, M.A. in Museum Studies graduate, recently celebrated one year as STEM outreach programs associate with the Academy of Science-St. Louis.
Jessica Woods has been hard at work creating “Vital to Victory,” an exhibit that features the often-untold lives of women in the rail industry.
Administrative Leadership student Matthew Olsen decided to lead by example by declaring his candidacy for city council in Oklahoma City Ward 3.