Alumni Success Stories
“I struggle to describe what it was like cheering at my first game—the crowd is absolutely thunderous and the energy at Sport Authority Field is electric,” said Denver Broncos Cheerleader Jozie LaViolette '13.
Morgan Savage '06 had an undeclared major at Hastings College until her sophomore year, when she worked with her advisor to find a major that would prepare her for nursing school. She realized then she could get her degree at Hastings followed by a one year Accelerated Nursing Program.
In July 2015, Dr. Ingrid Bego, Assistant Professor of Political Science at Hastings College, published a new book entitled Gender Equality Policy in the European Union: A Fast Track to Parity for the New Member States.
Most people view food as something to be eaten. Most people fail to see the justice issues that stem from the food system. Access to food is a complex.
Lauren Slaughter graduated from Hastings College in 2012. With a degree in Political Science and Sociology, she has worked for the Maryland Living Center in Hastings, Teach for America and is currently a case manager at Central Community College.
After a successful experience at Hastings College, April Christensen '12 is pursuing her Masters at Duke University.
Colin Sandall fulfilled his dream of writing a musical and giving back to Hastings College. His work, Coffee Shop, was produced at HC.
Kallan Picha is a Hastings College alumna working in academia to connect students with opportunities overseas.
Chris Dobbins had great mentors at Hastings College among faculty who personally invested in his academic success.
Three alumni from the Hastings College Chemistry Department are pursuing graduate degrees at the University of Wyoming.