On February 25, University College will present an alumni panel discussion about the career possibilities for students with Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies (BS-IS) or Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences in Applied Administration (BAAS-AA) degrees. The program, entitled “Major Opportunities: Connecting my degree to my career,” will include a panel consisting of the following University College alumni:
Barbara Canetti , Retired BS-IS Coordinator, alumna and panel chair
Albert Alonzo, Case Manager to U.S. Bankruptcy Judge David R. Jones, US Courts (BS-IS)
Mark Ferguson, Director, Controls and Utilities, at UT Health Science Center Houston (BS-IS)
Kenneth Smith, Network Engineer at Lone Star College (BAAS-AA)
Amanda Hudson, Physical Therapy Doctoral Program student at Texas Women’s University (BAAS-AA)
The panel discussion will take place Wednesday, Feb. 25, 2015, from 1-2:30 p.m. in room A300. The panel will discuss their current professional roles, how they apply their education every day, and the ways in which current students can use their degrees.