From Liberal Arts Learner to Business Leader

Bracken Darrell was once an English major at a small liberal arts college. Now he’s the CEO of Logitech, responsible for the company’s operations, growth and profitability strategy, and brand vision. Join him for lunch as he speaks on his professional journey and the value of the liberal arts in business Tomorrow, September 26th, from 12:15 – 1:00 pm. RSVP on Handshake!

In addition, Mr. Darrell is offering one on one meetings in the afternoon. Sign up here.

The Career Center is excited to offer expert personal branding services to students through Lofti Next Tuesday, October 1st. In this workshop series, we will focus on best practices to help you explore and tell your unique brand story across your LinkedIn profile, resume, and when networking and interviewing. While students are encouraged to attend both sessions, if you are only unable to attend both and would like to participate in part 1 or part 2, you are encouraged to do so.
Session 1 – 12:30-2:00pm
In this workshop, we will create your Personal Brand Story and develop a list of brand keywords that can be used to write a compelling professional summary.
Session 2 – 2:15-3:45pm
Use your Personal Brand Story to build compelling talking points that communicate your skills and experience in a compelling and memorable way for interviewing, pitching, or simply engaging in casual networking conversation.
RSVP on Handshake! Session 1 & Session 2

Hello, you are invited to attend an information session on the Himalayan Odyssey class (Summer 2020, Block A). The Info session will be this Friday at noon (LUNCH SERVED) in Tutt Science 124 —the EV conference room on the first floor of Tutt Science). Please bring your parents, if they are interested. Please RSVP to me (Miro Kummel at so I know how much pizza to buy.

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Join the CCE for our second workshop of the year: exploring the intersection between identity and community organizing! Finding a future career path, or even a temporary job, can be a daunting task–especially when you are not sure what to look for. Learn how to find work that matches, or incorporates, your personal values next Tuesday at 3:30pm in the CCE house!

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Professor Kimberly Huyser (Diné) – First Monday Speaker for block 3 (October 21)

“Sketching a Portrait of Health: Identifying Social Factors that Influence the Well-being of American Indian and Alaska Native Peoples”

American Indian and Alaska Native peoples (AIANs) are the original peoples to this continent and are the only racial/ethnic minority explicitly mentioned in the U.S. Constitution. As a result of historic and current marginalization, AIANs have fewer socioeconomic resources than other groups. Fundamental cause theory argues individuals and communities with the fewest resources almost inevitably experience the most adverse health effects. This leads to the expectation that AIANs will have poor health outcomes; however, this is not always the case. The presentation will identify the social resources that AIANs access to mitigate health outcomes.

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