Carrie Miller, ’99, Houston, Texas

Theater Director Named for Cullen Performance Hall Houston, Nov. 14, 2016 — Carrie Miller’s goals for her first few months as the new theater director for Cullen Performance Hall are straight forward. “I want to build partnerships, learn everything there is to know about how the venue runs and build awareness of how it can enhance the UH Read more…

BY Rayven Monsen

Michelle Bond, GR ‘14, Madison, Wis.

Michelle Bond has begun a position at University Health Services at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She works as an Associate Counselor – Engineering Focus in Mental Health. This means she works with patients in the UW-Madison School of Engineering. Bond, who spent four years working as a counselor at an Indiana engineering college, says engineering Read more…

BY Rayven Monsen

Jenny O’Sako, ‘12, Pooler, Ga.

Jenny O’Sako, class of 2012, was recently selected as part of the Leadership Southeast Georgia program for 2018. Jenny is a client executive, specializing in the property-casualty practice, in the Savannah, Ga. office of Sterling Seacrest Partners. Jenny received a Bachelor of Science in Risk Management and Insurance.

BY Rayven Monsen

Rebecca L. Ruddock, ’18

Remember her name: Rebecca Ruddock is well on her way to sitting atop of the retail ladder, helping people look and feel their best. The Terre Haute native is a textiles, apparel and merchandising major.

BY Indianastate

Joshua Perry, ’19

If you’re ever sitting by Joshua Perry at the movies, don’t worry — he won’t ask you to share the popcorn! The Kokomo, Ind., native is a Bayh College of Education Scholars to Teachers (BEST) scholar, majoring in elementary education and minoring in English as a second language.

BY Indianastate

Madison Michalic, ’20

Spend a little time with Madison Michalic, and you’ll figure out quickly why she has the nickname Happy. Michalic of Clinton, Ind., is an elementary education major with a minor in special education.

BY Indianastate

Hands-on preservation

Electronic and computer engineering technology and built environment students recreate the Wabash River Generating Station as part of a Duke Energy exhibit at the upcoming Vigo County History Center.

BY Betsy Simon