Hannah Bowen ’15 just completed her MSW at the Erikson Institute, a graduate school in child development and has been accepted for a prestigious fellowship at the Yale School of Medicine Child Study Center. Yale’s post-MSW Fellowship in Advanced Clinical Social Work provides advanced training for social workers who want to become leaders in the field.
“Mishra writes her thoughts out and composes music that is close to her heart. Her tunes are soulful, yet fun. She is in the process of developing a dream team at the moment and cannot wait to showcase her work in the rest of 2018. As a brown girl who is determined to make her footprint in the industry, both in America and India, she claims that external motivation is her key to success.
When asked about the barriers in the music industry, the young artist states that it is definitely harder as a female, that too, a South Asian one, to pave your path to success. Bollywood’s music industry, on the other hand, is a bit-less sexualized and more merit-based, she thinks. Nevertheless, Mishra is making her mark on YouTube and garnering respect worldwide for her unlimited talent.
Mishra tells brown girls to not think about the reward when are trying to achieve our goals. She truly demonstrates her motto as she mentions that she would like to create an album and she would be just happy that she has completed her first of many goals!”
Tuesday, April 3rd is our day of giving at Illinois Wesleyan and this year’s theme is
Not only is today a day for giving, it’s a day to celebrate IWU and all of the things that make it special. Last year, our class had an impressive 65 donors, and we contributed $1,458. Let’s think bigger and surpass last year’s donors and dollars contributed! Think of the impact this can make for IWU students and their families!
Click here to learn more and to donate on Tuesday, April 3rd.
Help spread the word using #AllInForWesleyan and take advantage of our social media toolkit.
Brexton Isaacs ’15 has accepted a new position as Campaign Manager for Betsy Rader for Congress in Ohio.
Kimberly Diller ’15 participated in the Data Science Career Panel Wednesday, February 7th at 4 pm in the Welcome Center Auditorium
Lexia Swope-Hassan ’15 (School Social Worker, Champaign Unit 4 Schools) and Brianna Siebert ’15 (Research Analyst, Willis Tower Watson) participated in a Psychology career Alumni Panel on February 6th at 7pm in the Welcome Center Auditorium.