CAH & WIN to host Humanities Career Diversity Breakfast March 30

An icon graphic representing A Culture of Inclusion from the Beyond Boundries Strategic PlanThe Center for the Advancement of the Humanities and WIN will host the first Humanities and Career Diversity Breakfast on Wednesday, March 30, from 8:30 a.m. until 10:30 a.m. in Beaumier Suites B/C. A virtual option will be available as well.

A special panel will highlight diverse career paths and panelists will discuss how they are putting their humanities skills and graduate training to work in their fields.

The panel features: 

  • Mike Cummings (Master of Arts in Business Security, with a background in history and political science), president of Cummings Security Consulting, LLC 
  • Sterling Knox (current Ph.D. student in Marquette’s philosophy program), program manager at the Children’s Healing Center on the Red Lake Nation 
  • Dr. Laura McGough (Ph.D., history), senior technical advisor for University Research Co. and the Center for Human Services, and a global health expert with a specialty in maternal care and Africa 
  • Dr. Silas Morgan (Ph.D., theology), current president and COO of Showcraft, a social impact company that specializes in built environments for trade shows, conferences industry events and pop-up spaces 
  • Maggie Nettesheim Hoffman, associate director of career diversity for Humanities Without Walls and current history Ph.D. candidate, will serve as the moderator

The session will start with a breakfast social at 8:30 a.m., with the panel discussion to follow at 9 a.m. Virtual attendees are invited to join us at 8:30 a.m. to network over virtual breakfast on Microsoft Teams.  

Register online before the date of the event.