Classics Major | Firefighter/EMT
I graduated in 2007 with a degree in classics. Immediately after graduating I obtained a job in special education as a paraprofessional. After a cross country move in 2010, I began working in mental health as a wilderness therapy field guide and psych tech in a mental health facility. Finally, I’ve...
Classics Major | Attorney
On my desk sits a miniature of the Capitoline Wolf. Above that is a tag that reads “Πρόκνη,” naming the snaking, green philodendron (her predecessor Philomena sadly passed). I have a visible tattoo on the top of my foot - βομβυλιός - that is always a conversation starter. And there is the word on...
Studio Art Major | Associate Professor of Design, University of Wisconsin-Stout
In addition to teaching, Evensen recently exhibited in three university galleries: Analogy + Interaction at the Ewing Gallery for Art and Architecture at the University of Tennessee–Knoxville, Drawing Distinctions at the Furlong Gallery at UWisconsin–Stout, and Project Passion at Minnesota State...
Fine Arts Major | Assistant Professor, Husson University
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Art History | Tech Assistant, Robischon Gallery
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Art History Major | Manager of Design and Construction, San Francisco
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Art History Major | Textile and CAD Designer, Town & Country Living
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Art History, International Business & Economics Major | Project Manager at an Interior Design Firm
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Studio Art Major | Trades/Woodworking Teacher, Somersworth High School and Career Technical Center
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Carsey Institute's Hannah Peckham, Making Music
by Jody Record So, you're in eighth grade, and you're into music. Just you and your acoustic guitar--a guitar you picked up because your older brother plays one in a punk rock band. You start writing your own songs. At 14. You're pretty good--good enough to open for your brother at his gigs at...