Nowadays, $5 won’t get you much—let alone change someone’s life. But Keith Taylor (’98) and his Modest Needs Foundation beg to differ.
Whether it was majoring in sociology that led to working on a presidential campaign or using graphic design to start a wedding invitation business, stories of Arts and Sciences alumni give testimony that a liberal arts degree equips graduates with the skills needed to pursue any career imaginable.
Dr. Barry Goss, founder of one of the fastest growing private companies in the nation according to Inc 500, motivates students to sharpen their math skills by giving back to his graduate school alma mater.
Dean Bursten greets alumni and friends of the College of Arts and Sciences.
Minneapolis-based attorney and University of Tennessee, Knoxville, graduate Randy Hopper was recognized with an Accomplished Alumni Award