Close your eyes and think of a farm. Perhaps a red barn comes to mind. Straight rows of corn stand at attention. This kind of farm – civilized, mechanized, regimented – makes Norman (Skip) Paul ’68 cringe.
My recommendation for professionals - at any stage in your career - is to invest in figuring out what sparks your passion and your energy.
Kareem Farah ’09 does a lot of thinking during commutes. He recalls, “I often felt most productive learning material on my own or with peers after class.”
From the California coast to the Big Island of Hawaii and all the way to the TED-X stage in Vancouver, conservation medicine veterinarian Claire Simeone '03 promotes the welfare of endangered species.
Lynne Lightfoote '91 practices medicine and mentorship with equal devotion, carrying on a family legacy of helping young women achieve their potential.