"Graduates will need to highlight their skills in technology, team work and individual work ethic"
The COVID-19 pandemic has altered many things around the world, especially in the workforce. Companies are looking for candidates that can handle the new responsibilities of the job market.
How the Tabor School of Business is staying resilient during the pandemic
Our newest issue of Millikin Magazine takes an inside look at Millikin’s 16th President Dr. Jim M. Reynolds and how the university has adapted during the time of COVID-19.
To see more from the fall 2020 issue of Millikin Magazine visit millikin.edu/magazine.
Dear Millikin friends:
It’s difficult to find the appropriate words today to describe how I feel after watching the events from yesterday unfold.
Millikin musicians work with virtual composition class
Countless music educators around the world, who are faced with the realities of the COVID-19 pandemic, are finding ways to have meaningful engagement with ensembles that are musically creative.
MU Professor one of 25 members appointed to Illinois Juvenile Justice Commission
"Christmas Star" to be visible this holiday season
On Monday, Dec. 21, 2020, the two largest planets in the solar system, Jupiter and Saturn, will appear closer to each other in a great conjunction that some are calling a "Christmas star." It's been almost 400 years since the two planets were this close and 800 since they were visible in the night sky.
Sophomore business owner making the most of unique learning experiences
Sean Miller did not come to Millikin University with his sights set on becoming a "tech" guy or owning his own business, but two years into his college experience, the sophomore finance and management information systems double major from Hope, Ind., can boast both.
Millikin professor's book maps the historical terrain of forensic musicology
The field of forensic musicology has played an integral role in music copyright infringement cases for quite some time. Only recently has the field gained national attention thanks in large part to high-profile copyright infringement cases, such as collaborators Pharrell Williams and Robin Thicke versus Marvin Gaye's estate, centered on the hit song, "Blurred Lines."
"Commencement is a time for celebration"
Millikin University honored members of the Class of 2020 with a virtual winter commencement ceremony on Dec. 13. The virtual graduate celebration was a unique and exciting experience for Big Blue graduates and their friends and families as well as for fellow Big Blue alumni everywhere.