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Student Spotlight: Reflecting on a College Career
The University honored several Communication students in June by naming their Pathway Reflection Essays some of the best of the year. Only 24 seniors at SCU receive the award.
Pathways, clusters of courses with a common theme, promote integrative and intentional learning. More specifically, they cultivate the ability to make intentional and reflective educational choices; to study a theme from a number of disciplinary or methodological perspectives; and to perceive connections and relationships among ideas. The Pathway Reflection Essay is the culmination of the Pathways experience, and allows students to examine what they have learned inside the classroom and out.
Congratulations to Victoria Rutherford for the Cinema Studies Pathway; Kaitlin Kmetz for the Gender, Sexuality, & the Body Pathway; Elizabeth Draeger for the Vocation Pathway; and Nick Ostiller for the Values in Science & Technology Pathway.