The Student/Faculty interaction at Washington College was a big reason why I chose to attend and I am happy to say I had a great many friendly relationships with faculty over my time there.
How has your liberal arts education influenced you?
The ability to be flexible and nimble in such a cutthroat economic world is invaluable. I apply a great deal of my knowledge and learning to my career as a Small Business Owner. I may find myself online marketing one day and doing technical work in a studio the next so the ability to shift gears quickly helps keep me on track. I would never have been able to get a project like The (919) going without the lessons I learned in college.
Who was your favorite faculty member?
Dr. Aaron Krochmal was our Faculty advisor and a dear friend. I had many meals with him and his wife, Erin, trying out the latest restaurants in town. I also fondly remember times working closely with Carl Crowe, Corey Olsen, Dr. Harvey, Dr. Scott Pearson, and others. The Student/Faculty interaction at Washington College was a big reason why I chose to attend, and I am happy to say I had a great many friendly relationships with faculty over my time there.
What is your favorite Washington College memory?
Hosting our very first Kappa Sigma Pancake Breakfast - I remember a 90 year old gentleman from town came up to me and showed me his Signet Ring, and I realized that fellowship and connection with strangers can be found anywhere.
- Kappa Sigma
- Residence Assistant
- WAC Club Rugby