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Millikin University senior, Angela Arnold, an international business major with minors in music and French, has been named a recipient of the Critical Language Scholarship (CLS) Turkish Program through the U.S. Department of State making her the first student at Millikin to receive the prestigious honor.
Each spring, students from across Millikin University present the results of their research, scholarship and creativity through the university's annual Celebrations of Scholarship. Throughout the event, students showcase their scholarly and artistic accomplishments with new audiences, giving every member of the campus community an opportunity to share in the celebration of their achievements.
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How can students conquer procrastination? How can a strip of fabric organize cables and style hair? How can a person get all the peanut butter out of a jar without mess or waste? These are the types of problems being solved by Millikin University's Tabor School of Business students in the Innovation Lab class taught by Dr. Jane Hua, assistant professor of entrepreneurship.
Millikin University's Tabor School of Business is accepting applications for its graduate certificate program in Data Analytics and Business Intelligence. Initially launched in May 2021, the certificate program's second cohort begins in May 2022.
Millikin University junior Sean Miller is using his talents as a videographer to highlight community leaders of Decatur, Ill., who are making an impact in more ways than one through a series called the Discover Decatur Project.
In preparation for entering the job market after graduation, Millikin University students have a lot to consider. From practicing their interview skills to perfecting their resumes, the process can be intimidating. When it comes to professional interviews, however, often the most important part of a candidate's first impression is the area they are least prepared: clothing.
Angela Arnold, a senior international business major with minors in music and French, has been named a semifinalist for both the U.S. Fulbright English Teaching Assistant (ETA) Program to Kyrgyzstan and the Critical Language Scholarship (CLS) Turkish Program through the U.S. Department of State.