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Student Success at Hastings College
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In addition to studying biology, Hastings College seniors Jake Kampschneider, from Omaha, Nebraska, and Abbey Tiell, from Littleton, Colorado, are members of the College Acquaintance Rape Educators (CARE), and are passionate about the preventative measures for sexual assault. Kampschneider and Tiell were once intrigued by a webinar a bout the ...Read more
Biology and sociology major Eunice Adounkpe discovered her love for speech in high school. Now a member of the Hastings College Speech Team, she has continued her ability to feel comfortable using her voice. ...Read more
Campus and community involvement helps students, like Nicole Delphia, make connections and build relationships that will help them succeed. ...Read more
Devon Wetteland, a 2015-16 Talent Pool member, decided to apply for the competitive internship program based on an article about how employers value internships. ...Read more
Six Hastings College students are spending a month in Ireland completing research and experiencing life abroad as part of the Irish Fellows Program. ...Read more
Hastings College junior Ryan Miller spent the summer at Hastings Museum, expanding his knowledge of valuable marketing skills. ...Read more
Through the Talent Pool program, senior Maggie Vaughan was able to intern with the Hastings Economic Development Corporation working on major marketing projects for businesses throughout the Hastings community. ...Read more
Colorado native Kyle Weber is spending his summer at Roxborough State Park, interning at one of Colorado's 42 sate parks. ...Read more
Working to create a competitive intelligence web application is junior Johnson Bui from Hastings College. As an intern at Farm Credit Services of America, Bui is learning more about what being an application developer means. ...Read more
This summer, Christina Woodside is interning with Court Appointed Special Advocates for Children, researching ways to implement a Teen Court program for juvenile offenders in Adams County. ...Read more
After several years of volunteering for Fontenelle Forest Raptor Recovery (FFRR) in Bellevue and Omaha, Nebraska, senior Carolyn Clements is now able to do more than shuttle injured birds to a rehabilitation facility. ...Read more

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