The 2023 communications graduate is a production assistant at ESPN in Bristol, Connecticut.
Mark Dinglasan, the nation’s first state-level food security advocate, explains why efforts to end hunger need to go beyond simply handing out food.
Denisse Quintanilla ’22 is a bilingual news producer for KSN-TV in Wichita, Kansas.
At Monmouth, data scientist Michelle Grushko ’15 fell in love with the idea that you can answer nearly any question with the proper research design and data analysis.
The May 2022 graduate is a bilingual news producer for KSN-TV in Wichita, Kansas.
When Anthony Setaro started digging into the history of his family’s emigration from Italy, he uncovered a world of intrigue that had been lost for more than a century. Now he’s creating a multimedia universe that brings that world to life.
Joey Cioffi, CEO and founder of the rapidly expanding Salad House franchise, explains why his family is the secret to his success.
Zack Sandler '20 is a producer at award-winning photographer Danny Clinch's Transparent Clinch Gallery.
Jaclyn Isaac ’09 made a career switch that harnesses her passion for interior design.
Lexi Todd ’13 has found success in the music industry by pursuing her passions.
Five tips from Stephen Gerard ’89M.
Jamilah McMillan ’17, a first-year law student and Public Interest Scholar at Berkeley, is committed to helping marginalized communities that are disproportionately affected by the criminal justice system.
Entrepreneur Krish Ramakrishnan has made a career of being in the right place at the right time.
Major League Lacrosse MVP Bryce Wasserman is all about making the most of the moment.
Jeana Piscatelli, the first woman to be elected chair of Monmouth University’s Board of Trustees, is right where she wants to be: helping to guide her alma mater to new heights.
A NASCAR jack man details life in the fast lane.
A pulmonologist takes on COVID-19 in the ICU and on social media.
René Stone discovered the benefits of equine therapy while recovering from her own personal trauma. Now she’s using horses to help veterans suffering from PTSD.
How Ishita Bhattacharya went from pre-med to pioneering choreographer.