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"My major taught me about various family dynamics, relationships, and end of life issues which helped me tremendously now in my current job where I work with roughly 300 older adults. It taught me strong communication skills, empathy, and the importance of promoting one’s physical and emotional wellbeing."
"I was very pleased with my time at UNI in the Criminology program. I felt the Professors were knowledgeable and passionate about their courses and students. The different options of classes helped to broaden my education and I think makes me a better police officer."
"Studying history teaches skills such as research, writing and critical thinking, which I use every day. I also had the opportunity to learn about all of the different aspects of working in museums, which provided me with the foundation needed to work in a small museum where staff members often need to wear many different hats."
"Political Science may seem like an interesting path into a marketing strategist role, but there are many skills I learned at UNI that helped prepare me for the professional space. So much of what I do in my role is driven by audience data & analytics (both qualitative & quantitative). I was immersed in research throughout my major courses and grew to enjoy the experience. That research-minded approach has been with me in every role since graduating and is more prevalent than ever in my current one."
"I use my Environmental Geography degree every day! Many people in my field have biology or other hard science degrees, but it turns out that my geography degree was the best of all worlds because it specifically taught me science in the context of human interaction. Teaching science without the consideration of how people interact with our natural world isn’t practical in today’s society. Being taught science at a higher level, with this lens, has allowed me to better connect to the thousands of people I have contact with every year."