Marshall Instilled Work EthicNow Media and Production Manager at National Republican Senatorial Committee, 2014 graphic design grad, Bradley Leonard, said one of his greatest takeaways was the work ethic Marshall’s School of Art and Design faculty instilled in him.
The Sky’s the LimitAfter several award-winning years in front of the camera, Jordan Graffis, Broadcast Journalism, 2007, wished to change directions and build her own business. Jordan says Marshall’s SOJMC equipped her well to serve as president and founder of the South Carolina-based Landmark 12 Consulting.
Marshall Taught Me VersatilityA 1997 music performance alumnae, Master Sergeant Lutricia Tampa Fields describes how joining the Marching Thunder taught her leadership skills and how Marshall University’s low faculty-to-student ration enabled her to feel a part of the Marshall family.
A Family AtmosphereU.S. Army Old Guard Fife and Drum Corps flutist and 2001 Marshall alumnae Staff Sgt. Deanna Bertche Hamm explains how one-on-one instruction and the student/professor relationship in Marshall’s music program helped her succeed.
Expanding My HorizonsAlthough Randy Burke graduated from Marshall University in 1985 with an accounting degree, he believes his involvement in the music program opened up his eyes to the world and primed him to be Vice President of Quantum Services.