Alumni and Friends
Liberal arts has been important in my success. It taught me to think and write creatively, and to look at different patterns.
As an A&S | Maxwell graduate or friend of the College, you are part of a worldwide community of 70,000 alumni who are professionally accomplished and socially engaged.
Your liberal arts education was built on exploration and discovery. It nurtured your curiosity and helped you develop critical thinking and communication skills, ethics and intercultural understanding. You gained the flexibility and focus to pursue your ambitions.
While no two alumni have followed the same path post-graduation, each has this in common: You are not afraid to take a stand and make a difference in ways big or small.
We are proud of the accomplishments of all our alumni and friends, and how you are shaping the world by living the liberal arts.
So stay in touch.
Recent Alumni News
Ortega's speech will highlight how a liberal arts education has been foundational to his work as a physician.
Bryant has spent the academic year teaching in La Rioja, Spain.
Laura Marsolek '13, '17 M.A. talks about her travels around the world studying historic jewelry traditions and her experiences shadowing master goldsmiths.
Peter Robison ’78 Ph.D. recognizes a longtime biology professor by establishing an endowment to support student research.
Leland joins past Global ATHENA award winners Billie Jean King and Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
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