Millikin event offers free professional attire for students
First impressions last longer, get talked about more and can be a deciding factor in how you are perceived as a professional. It's no secret that appearance and attire play a major role in how you are viewed by a future employer.
With this inevitable truth in mind, a future of interviews, internships, careers and a tight college budget, "Dress to Impress" at Millikin University was born.
A "Day in the Life" of a Millikin education major
Students in Millikin University's School of Education are put in a unique position to gain hands-on field experiences starting their very first semester as well as benefit from co-teaching opportunities. All of these experiences lead to students who are prepared to be teachers and are qualified to enter the workforce right after graduation.
Millikin student's "vision" is set on optometry
All Mackenzie Martin wanted to do as a young girl was pick up a book and read. When she was told that she needed to limit her time reading due to issues with her vision, she was traumatized.
A native of Paris, Ill., Martin went through a few years of constant visits to the optometrist office for vision therapy sessions.
Award-winning professor to help put artificial intelligence at the forefront of academia and industry
MoreTalent™, a corporate strategy firm that specializes in developing measurable business and technology strategies, has named Dr. J. Mark Munoz, professor of management and international business at Millikin University, to its distinguished Board of Advisors.
MU theatre production puts focus on mental health
Millikin University's School of Theatre and Dance will open its 2019-20 performance season with the production of "Medea" on Thursday, Oct. 10 and Friday, Oct. 11 at 7:30 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 12 at 2 and 7:30 p.m., and Sunday, Oct. 13 at 2 p.m. All performances will be held at Albert Taylor Theatre in Shilling Hall on Millikin's campus.
"Building Millikin is an investment in ourselves"
Millikin University President Dr. Patrick E. White was the featured keynote speaker at the bi-annual Community Leaders Breakfast at the Decatur Conference Center and Hotel on Thursday, Oct. 3. Debbie Bogle, president of the United Way of Decatur and Mid-Illinois, was also among the speakers.
Millikin professor brings branding and consulting opportunities to the classroom
Can you live on $4.47 a day?
Imagine yourself only having $4.47 per day to use for food. It makes it difficult to afford nutritious food items and to stay healthy. A group of Millikin University students came to realize this as part of Professor Mary Garrison's Poverty course.