Sociology & Organizational Leadership Articles
Millikin University recognizes over 120 graduates at 2018 Winter Commencement
Thriving business owner earning degree through Flexible Learning
Amy Mazzotti is known throughout the Decatur community as an ambitious, inspiring and genuine leader. Her successful business, A-Team Bootcamp 360-Athlete, has over 500 members who work out with her and her husband every single week. The popularity of the bootcamp spread so quickly that Mazzotti currently has a waiting list of people who are eager to reach their fitness goals under the guidance of the duo.
Organizational Leadership graduates honor classmates for excellence and improvement in leadership
Millikin University's Organizational Leadership degree program is a newer area of study that meets the needs of employers in all types of organizations.
Ganley '17 one of 10 recruits sworn in as new Decatur Police Officers
Recent Millikin University graduate Philip Ganley '17 was among 10 recruits who were sworn in as new Decatur Police Officers in the city council chambers at the Decatur Civic Center on Jan. 4.
Organizational Leadership graduates garner accolades
Decatur natives Jennifer Rose and Jennifer Yeakley finished what they both set out to accomplish, a bachelor's degree.
Rose and Yeakley, along with their fellow organizational leadership (OL) classmates, recently earned their degrees from Millikin University this past December. While earning a degree was the ultimate achievement, the journey to get there is what helped them grow immeasurably.
Millikin University to manage new Macon County Teen Justice Program
Millikin University, in collaboration with the Macon County State's Attorney's Office and the Andreas Foundation, are pleased to announce that the new Macon County Teen Justice Program will be operated and managed by Millikin University starting August 1, 2017.
Millikin Sociology Professors named Co-Presidents of Illinois Sociological Association
Millikin graduate fulfills promise by earning degree
Jan Coventry's journey to earning her bachelor's degree from Millikin University has been 40 years in the making. She attempted a few semesters of post-secondary education at Millikin in 1976 but stopped after starting a full-time job; she promised herself that someday she would finish and earn a degree.