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Faculty Connection Helps Recent Grad Land Job in Ecuador

It seems Courtney Lord, a May 2014 graduate of Alverno College, has landed…

Courtney Lord, an English Language Arts major, is now teaching in an American school in Guayaquil, Ecuador. Helping to prepare Lord for the opportunity was Jennifer Flamboe, her Alverno College World Languages professor.
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Student Profile: Carla Echeveste

Carla Echeveste entered Alverno College in September 2010 with a pretty clear vision…

Carla Echeveste, an Alverno Business student, was one of just 36 students worldwide to attend a week-long leadership conference in Dubai. Aimed at looking at civic and social complexities through a global perspective, students were asked to analyze problems and effectively communicate potential solutions.
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Graduation Profile: Beth Poulter

When Beth Poulter stepped onto Alverno’s campus five years ago, she couldn’t believe…

Fifty years after her father, Bill, helped to plant trees on Alverno's campus, Beth Poulter will graduate with a degree in Biology. Much like those trees, she is ready for her next challenge: rooted, strong and reaching outward.
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Connecting the Dots

As the first person in her family to earn a college degree, Linda…

A 1994 Alverno graduate, Linda Seebantz works at Ghost Ranch in New Mexico. It's a dream job for her and she credits Alverno for helping her recognize why she valued things in her world, which became a canvas on which she crafted her life.
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Intern Profile: Simmone Stovall

Life’s path can be tricky to navigate. We start down certain roads and…

Empowerment can be an overused word, but for Simmone Stovall, a  current student in the Community Psychology graduate program currently completing an internship at The Healing Center, the word has served as metaphoric bookends.
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Making a Difference in the World and in Her Community

A 1996 Alverno graduate with a bachelor’s degree in Nursing (BSN), Cindy Rogers…

Pictured here in front of the Vietnam Women's Memorial, Cindy Rogers chose Alverno because the College taught the kind of nursing she wanted to practice: "They understand about making a difference in your field and community." Rogers graduated in 1996 and hasn't stopped making a difference.