April 27, 2016
Life after K-State information panel presented by American ethnic studies alumni, professors and students
What do I do after graduation? How do I get into Grad School? What kind of career options are available with a K-State Degree? What is the difference between a resume and a CV? How do I find mentors? How will I pay for everything? What about student debt? Learn the answers to these questions and more at the life after K-State information panel at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 27, at the Chapman Center for Rural Studies in 112 Leasure Hall. Food will be provided.
Among the panelists:
- Valerie Corpening, a recent K-State graduate who majored in American ethnic studies with a minor in biology. Corpening is in the process of publishing her senior thesis and applying to physician assistant programs.
- Melisa Posey, K-State alumna and current administrative specialist in the American ethnic studies department. Posey received her master's in counseling and student development in 2014. Posey was raised in Junction City and also has lived in Topeka, Lawrence, Kansas City, Wichita and Manhattan.
- Yolanda Broyles-González, university distinguished professor and department head of American ethnic studies at K-State. Broyles-González comes to K-State from the University of Arizona. She received her doctoral degree from Stanford University.
This event is sponsored by the American ethnic studies department, the American Ethnic Studies Student Association, Dow Center for Multicultural and Community Studies and the Chapman Center for Rural Studies.