Stories of Impact

  • ‘Expand your world view’

    Veronica Hunter Moore ’05 was the first African American elected president of the Association of Fraternity/Sorority Advisors. “There is no growth in your comfort zone, so why allow yourself the ability to even dabble in mediocrity?” Read more

  • ‘Early pioneers’

    In an era when men dominated the faculty, administration, and the board, three prominent female professors made a lasting impression on campus and their students. Read more

  • ‘We don’t do no here’

    That was Irène Kraemer’s directive to her staff as dean of the School of Professional Studies. “L ife is too short to give up anything,” she once said. Read more

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