We caught up with a few of our biology alumni to see what they've been up to since their time at Hastings College!
Grant Hunter, a 2014 Hastings College graduate and Fulbright Fellow teaching in Kosovo, traces interest in Southeastern Europe to J-Term class he took while a student at Hastings.
2015 Hastings College graduate Nick Masada discusses his experience as a Fulbright Fellow in Turkey, and the cultural differences he's witnessed in his everyday interactions with local people.
Jed Cornforth '00 majored in economics and business administration and is now the Strategic Planning and Business Analysis Director of USA Football.
The Hastings College alumnus is spending majority of his time and energy helping build the new, state-of-the-art Jackson Dinsdale Art Center (JDAC).
Are you interested in biology, chemistry, math, computer science, engineering, or physics? Then you've come to the right place! Hastings College can provide a hands-on, small class learning experience! Check out what our STEM alumni have been up to!
Bud Pettigrew '83 graduated with a degree in political science and history. He now serves as the Chair of Chairs of the Nebraska Democratic Party.
Hastings College graduate Gary Staab combined biology and art classes to pursue his unique career as a paleoartist.
“I struggle to describe what it was like cheering at my first game—the crowd is absolutely thunderous and the energy at Sport Authority Field is electric,” said Denver Broncos Cheerleader Jozie LaViolette '13.
Morgan Savage '06 had an undeclared major at Hastings College until her sophomore year, when she worked with her advisor to find a major that would prepare her for nursing school. She realized then she could get her degree at Hastings followed by a one year Accelerated Nursing Program.