2014 Walsh Graduate
History and Museum Studies
Year of Graduation:
Current Job Title:
Graduate Student & Teaching Assistant
Place of Employment:
Kent State University
Why did you choose Walsh?
I didn't know what I wanted to do when I first graduated from high school. While attending a community college, my mom found Walsh's program and encouraged me to check it out. Once I had looked at the program, saw the campus, and met with Dr. Douglas Palmer about it, I knew it was the program for me. I chose Walsh for this amazing program, as well as the Global Learning opportunities.
How did Walsh prepare you for graduate school?
I had amazing teachers that helped me develop my research and writing abilities as well as encouraged me to ask questions, seek answers, and always do my best.
What advice would you give to someone who is considering attending Walsh University?
I would say go. There are so many great opportunities that are not found in other institutions, such as the Global Learning programs. The campus is beautiful, the faculty and staff care about each student as a person and not a number, the dorms are very nice, and the atmosphere is friendly. Walsh is an amazing school, and I'm very glad that I was able to attend such a great university. It was the best thing that has happened for my academic career.