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Oct 8, 2020

Not every professor’s path leads directly to teaching. Lori Anne Ferrell shares a remarkable saga of a single mom and nurse, turned distinguished humanities professor and ultimately the dean of CGU’s School of Arts & Humanities. Listen for an inspiring story of how your current situation does not have to dictate...


Sep 11, 2020

Do you know when to say ‘yes’ to opportunities? Do you know when to say ‘no’ and enjoy the moment? Angel B. Pérez (PhD, Education, ’15) is the CEO of the National Association for College Admission Counseling. In this episode, Pérez offers tips on when to say ‘yes,’ when to say ‘no,’ and how to make...


Jul 20, 2020

You need to hear this: Her biggest tip is how to make yourself irreplaceable. Alumna and current PhD student in history Kerri Dean-Bridges (MA, History, ’15) is the DIY project manager at the Smithsonian Institution—her dream job. They create remote exhibitions easily installed in any location. Listen and learn.

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Jun 5, 2020

Aragna Ker (MFA, ‘04), adaptive design manager at United Cerebral Palsy of Los Angeles, Ventura, and Santa Barbara counties, describes how he found his purpose in creating and building adaptive tools for people who have disabilities. Get inspired in listening to the journey of how Ker is making a difference in...


May 6, 2020

As senior people science consultant at LinkedIn’s Glint Inc., Ia Ko (PhD, Organizational Behavior, ‘11) describes what it was like to have been a CGU international student and talks about her passion for helping people succeed in the workplace. Listen in as Ko offers insightful tips on how to translate academic...