Five Questions With...
Daniel Stein, Arts '98

(Connor O'Neill, Arts '19, mentee)

Daniel Stein and Connor O'Neill1. This is your first year in the MUAA Mentor Program. Why are you serving as a mentor?  It’s an ¬†opportunity to stay connected with the Marquette community and help current students develop the tools necessary to achieve their career goals.

2. What suggestions do you have for mentees? Stay connected with your mentor. Schedule regular meetings and come to meetings with an agenda or a list of questions for them. 

3. What’s your current or last book? Kenji Lopez Alt: The Food Lab. (I love to read cookbooks.)

4. What are two things a Marquette student should do before graduation? Walk to the lakefront to see a sunrise (best if you have stayed up all night) and be the first one in the Bradley Center for a basketball game

5. Something you wish you would’ve done at Marquette differently to help prepare for your career? Take a few business classes

Daniel Stein, M.D., is an Associate Professor of Medicine at the Medical College of Wisconsin.


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