The Alumni Mentor Program

I am pleased to announce the launch of our new Alumni Mentors program. As you know, many students are passionate about arts and sciences but worry that a degree will not lead directly to a rewarding career. As hundreds of studies and surveys confirm each year, nothing could be further from the truth. The skills and knowledge that you receive with and arts and sciences education prepare you—as well as, or better than other majors—for the rapidly changing economy of the twenty-first century. We have reached out to these College of Arts and Sciences alumni who have agreed to serve as mentors for current or future students. Included are short biographies and an email link. Students, please reach out to these CAS alums and get their advice about their careers and how their degrees here made all of that possible.
- Christopher Olsen, Dean

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Math and Writing Center Update

The Math & Writing Center services are unchanged and available to all I.S.U. students. Recently it was announced that the Math & Writing Center was moving, administratively, to the College of Arts and Sciences. Its mission, goals, and services, however, are unchanged. All I.S.U. students—on campus and distance; undergraduate and graduate—can use the Center for help in these areas. Please continue to send students who may need assistance to the MWC, located in the Cunningham Memorial Library.