A degree at Millikin is unique in its calculated approach to Performance Learning. Perhaps this is not true of all universities, but any Millikin alum can confirm it.
When we moved to the beautiful Kern River Valley four years ago, we learned early that summer and fires just go together. The first time we panicked and ran home to pack. We found our neighbors sitting in the driveway with cold drinks, watching helicopters and air tankers drop water and flame retardant on the advancing line. After seven years of drought, there are small fires in visual range every few weeks.
Britteny Dunson ’10 is talent acquisition lead at the Museum of Science and Industry, Chicago.
Terri Harrington ’85 of Baltimore has combined a career in commercial real estate with a passion for her community. In 2015, she was named one of Maryland’s Top 100 Women.
Contrast our current age of digital photography with the time of Millikin University’s founding, when photographic images were captured as negatives on glass. The University Archives owns many prints made from these plates, but understandably only three small sets of the original — and very fragile — glass negatives.