Graduate College

Making Impacts

Christopher Gisriel, an Army veteran unlocks secrets of photosynthesis, advancing our understanding of how nature is able to collect energy from light.

Courtney Klein launched SEED SPOT, a nonprofit incubator that gives social impact entrepreneurs the tools to succeed.

Courtney Klein is a changemaker. After earning a master of non-profit studies, she launched SEED SPOT, a nonprofit incubator that gives social impact entrepreneurs the tools to succeed.

Gary Walker-Roberts combines English grad degree with digital skills to advocate for LGBTQIA causes.

Gary Walker-Roberts combines English grad degree with digital skills to advocate for LGBTQIA causes through storytelling.

Fabio Bartoloni to teach and perform on guitar.

Fabio Bartoloni is following in the footsteps of his father to teach and perform on guitar. “The world needs art now more than ever.”

Paulette Stevenson plans to write book, teach and lobby for social justice policy.

Extreme athlete Paulette Stevenson completes her doctorate with plans to write book, teach and lobby for social justice policy.

Army vet Darrell Stanley gets new career in innovative construction methods and technology.

Army vet Darrell Stanley graduates with master’s in construction management, gets new career in innovative construction methods and technology, including re-engineered recyclables.

Justin Wolter accepts post-doc position to research autism genetics and neurodevelopment.

After helping find more effective diagnostic and treatment options for cancer, doctoral grad Justin Wolter accepts post-doc position to research autism genetics and neurodevelopment.

Veteran Cory Kamerschak to work at ESPN.

Veteran Cory Kamerschak to work at ESPN after perfecting his videography and editing skills at Walter Cronkite School.

Allison Binney uses law degree to advocate for American Indian law and policy in DC.

Allison Binney of the Sherwood Valley Pomo Indians, uses law degree to advocate for American Indian law and policy in Washington DC and to advise tribes.

David Roman sees opportunity for Cuban people to learn entrepreneurship.

Executive MBA David Roman, a graduate of Thunderbird Global Academy, sees opportunity for Cuban people to learn entrepreneurship.