Cynthia “Cindy” (Moyer) Dotzel ’76 is the first female to chair the board for the publicly-traded utility company.
Thomas Spray-Fry ’00 made $6,000 his first year out of college when he started his financial planning business. Today, he’s able to give back to the College’s lacrosse team, which he felt shaped him as a young man.
New technology won’t be the weapon used to battle the misinformation that’s spewed on the internet, says Entrepreneurship and Strategy Professor James Norrie. Rather, students will need to be comfortable diving into conversations about morality.
From students who have gained an influencer following to those who help small businesses reach an online audience, the continuing changes on platforms are important for them to follow.