Although she was attending college in Southern California, Andrea Zapata was looking for a school with a commitment to sustainability and a focus on personal growth.
One night, her mother had a dream which led them to discover MIU. Two weeks later, Andrea was attending a Visitors Weekend.
MIU Department of Art student Kurtis Kujawski has been invited to exhibit during the 2016 National Council On Education For The Ceramic Arts NCECA conference. Kurtis is one of 6 undergraduate and graduate students from a field of over 200 entrants nationwide whose work was selected on the basis of artistic excellence in ceramics to exhibit at the NCECA National Student Juried Exhibition, which opens on March 4th at the Leedy-Voulkos Art Center in conjunction with the conference.
Conner Carey (pictured center) graduated from MIU in the summer of 2015 with a major in English Literature with an emphasis in Creative Writing. Not long after, she became an intern – and, soon, employee! – at the wildly successful iPhone Life magazine. In this interview, Conner talks about how she succeeded in finding a job in her area and gives advice to those who haven’t yet graduated from MIU:
Marci Shimoff is a world-renowned inspirational speaker and #1 NY Times bestselling author who specializes in helping people become happier. In the past year, she’s given talks in Russia, Ukraine, Japan, China, and Budapest, and has spoken to audiences of 10,000+.
As daylight fades on an early summer evening, you’ll find Iowans sitting spellbound in backyards, watching fireflies float in and out of view – like invisible fairies carrying tiny, flickering lanterns.
Leigh Lester-Holmes holds a master’s degree in business management with a specialization in public administration. She had worked in the nonprofit sector for ten years when she decided to apply for a doctoral degree. However, she didn’t want to commit to a university until she could find something that would help her focus on her studies.
Recently, I got to talk to Ravi Both after interviewing his wife, Amy Spitzfaden, a month ago. They both work for Amy’s mother’s company, PSCS, Inc., located in Peterborough, New Hampshire. PSCS helps periodical and book publishers increase their sales both online and in retail. The company has all TM-Sidha and meditator employees, and among other projects, is focusing on how to grow their TM community.
Most people in our community recognize Prana Miller for being a joyful, kind and charismatic person. However, what some may not know about him is that he’s not just an awesome person, he’s also an incredibly knowledgeable and skilled renewable energy specialist.
MIU has implemented a proactive plan in response to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation. We are taking extensive precautions at this time, and have temporarily suspended in-person campus Visitors Weekends.
In the meantime, we’re hosting a series of live webinars featuring top MIU professors, student panels, financial aid experts and more.