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Alumni Success Stories

If Emilie Barnes ’17 was keeping a list of her steps to success in the publishing industry, it would be full of checkmarks. Complete an internship with a small press in Ireland? Check. Self-publish a book of personal literature? Check. Get hands-on experience as a co-editor of a literary magazine, ...Read more
For three Hastings College graduates, enjoying the Omaha arts scene is all in a day’s work. Amy (Krobot) Rummel ’94, Kori (Else) Radloff ’95 and Jessica (Hardy) Brummer ’04 are all marketing directors working to... Read more
Jim Fritzler ’76 is a minimalist. His office at Scott Studio Theatre belies the fact that he’s been teaching in the Hastings College Theatre Department for 17 years, with the last four as department chair... Read more
Matt Seeley’s sculptures might last only a few days, but for him, that’s part of the beauty of ephemeral art. Seeley ’88, a systems engineer, sculpts large-scale creations with snow, creating jumbo characters like a... Read more
Through Hastings College, Colin Wagner '09 was able to learn how to present himself and communicate with others, such as clients. With a degree in marketing and health promotions management, he took his skills to... Read more
Though they each have individual roles, four Heartland Bank employees relate to a special understanding that brings them together -- a Hastings College education. Read more
Hastings College has a special relationship with one of its sister schools, Pyatigorsk State University, in Pyatigorsk Russia, that dates back about 20 years. Read more
Almost immediately after receiving her diploma, Nelson started working as the executive director of the Adams County Convention and Visitors Bureau. Read more
From winning a Regional Emmy for Original Score/Arrangement for Commercial Campaign, to starring in Hollywood films and performing on stage for KÀ by Cirque du Soleil, his wide-range of skills all started at Hastings College. Read more
Kelly Prange '13 continues education through Industrial/Organizational Psychology MA/PhD Program at UNO. Read more
As a broadcasting major, Brian Boye '96 learned how to build the final product from the ground up. Read more