SCLA 300: LA Influentials

The breadth of opportunities facing Liberal Arts students can be daunting. The biggest question for most students is, “What are you going to do with your major?” For those who haven’t completely figured it out, don’t panic. SCLA 300 is a lecture/discussion course featuring prominent Liberal Arts alumni who represent a diverse variety of careers including judges, teachers, best-selling authors, business leaders, lawyers, and entrepreneurs. These alumni return to campus to share their stories with students who will soon begin their careers. This class provides students with the unique opportunity to ask candid questions, network with influential alumni, learn about career skills, and get a glimpse at the varied career paths open to students with a Liberal Arts degree.

SCLA 300 is in Beering Hall, Room 2290 and is open to guests as seating allows.

FALL 2018

August 31
BA 1984
President, Total Team Solutions, LLC, Indianapolis, IN
September 7
2018 Emerging Voice award Recipients
September 14
BA 1970; MS 1972
Director of Human Resources, ISEC, Inc., Denver, CO
September 21
BA 2004
Secretary of Career Connections and Talent, State of Indiana, Indianapolis, IN
September 28
Speaker to be Announced
October 5
BA 1979
Industrial Designer
October 12
BA 2003
Marketing and Communications, Accenture North America, Chicago, IL
October 19
BA 1993
VP of Supply Chain, Select Comfort, Twin Cities, MN
November 2
Speaker to be Announced
November 9
Speaker to be Announced
November 16
BA 1993
Chief Product Officer, Mighty AI, Seattle, WA
November 30
Speaker to be Announced

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