On May 3nd, alumni from the undergraduate and graduate programs in Political Science and International Affairs spoke to an audience of current undergraduate and graduate students. The event focused on job search suggestions, the paths taken by the alumni to their various occupations, and the benefits of an education in political science or international affairs for their current work. Speakers included Quincy Castro (U.S. federal government, M.A. '07), Marina Demetrijevic (Milwaukee County Supervisor, B.A. '03), Khalaf Khalaf (Atty., Quarles and Brady, B.A. '06), and William Schmitt (Catholic Relief Services, B.A. '01).
Speakers at the May 2nd event Current students listen to advice
from Political Science and
International Affairs alumni
Prof. McCormick moderates More Q&A between alumni and
the question and answer time current students