What are your goals and aspirations?
Photojournalism is what I’m trained to be. I’m interested in the world of photography for the more mainstream press photographers.
What was your favorite photographic moment? Who is your favorite photographer?
I am very passionate about photos. My favorite photograph is when I was a young kid in an American School, taking the photo of the school mascot. The teacher was very nervous as the portrait was very large! And then, when I took the photograph, I thought, “Wow, that’s cool.”
Why do you think it is important to develop new knowledge and skills on a daily basis? What do you wish your parents had taught you?
I don’t just want to learn what I’m good at. I want to develop my skills.
This interview was conducted by Laura A. Lusk and was written by Jessica J. Hester for the Photography Focus Summer 2016 issue of the magazine.
A team of students from University of Minnesota and University of Kansas were named an Outstanding Student Achievement in Social Work, or the Outstanding Social Work Program 2017-2018 program, Thursday, Nov. 22. The Outstanding Social Care Student Program is a national program that recognizes outstanding students on four criteria, including academic achievement, leadership, commitment to social justice, and community service.
“This year’s Outstanding Social Care Student Program honorees are exceptional students who embody the ideal of an outstanding social worker,” said Sarah Davis, director of the Outstanding Student Achievement in Social Work Program. “All four students met our stringent educational standards and showed a strong commitment to social justice, a core value for all the School of Social Work students.”
The Outstanding Social Care Student Program in 2017-2018 marked the second year in a row for students to be named Outstanding Social Care Student Program. Last year, the Outstanding Student Achievement in Social Work program honored students who were awarded the title of Outstanding Student in an area of practice.
“We are thankful for the hard work and perseverance of the students who took their place among this year’s outstanding students,” said Dr. Ann Bancroft, associate dean for undergraduate studies and social work, University of Minnesota. “With this recognition, they also become more widely recognized, as well as more likely to move into different positions.”
In addition to being named an Outstanding Social Care Student, the Outstanding Social Care Student Program in 2017-2018 honors four student-athletes that
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