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Heather Schilling '90 Director of Teacher Education and Associate Professor of Education “The biggest challenge for my department and for me has been trying to recruit future educators at a time in Indiana where no one wants to be a teacher."

Heather Schilling Director of Teacher Education and Associate Professor of Education “The biggest challenge for my department and for me has been trying to recruit future educators at a time in Indiana where no one wants to be a teacher.

Patty Cox, Chartwells Cashier “I fell in love with this town when I got here. I came on a bus by myself [from West Virginia] when I was 18 or 19. Got off the bus and walked around town, and said ‘I’m staying’ … I’m from the coal mining district in West Virginia, and I was a state champion archer. So it’s like The Hunger Games. I was 15 when I was the state champion.”

Humans of Manchester University: Patty Cox, Chartwells Cashier “I fell in love with this town when I got here. I came on a bus by myself [from West Virginia] when I was 18 or Got off the bus and.

Tim Ogden '87, Dean of the College of Business “What is your favorite thing about Manchester?”  “Seeing the students grow over four years, from what they look like [when] they show up for our ‘Introduction to the Majors’ meeting, to what they look like when they come back from a summer internship right before their senior year, to when they’re getting ready to enter the job market or go to graduate school. That’s what’s most enjoyable to me.”

Humans of Manchester University: Tim Ogden Dean of the College of Business “What is your favorite thing about Manchester?” “Seeing the students grow over four years, from what they look like.

Hannah Stork, Director of Career and Professional Development “This is a great place, and I think it has a lot of the values we hold as parents. I would be really proud and really excited if [my kids] came here. But I don’t want to think about that because that means I will be getting significantly older. We’ll just wait for preschool because that starts this year.”

Humans of Manchester University: Hannah Stork, Director of Career and Professional Development “This is a great place, and I think it has a lot of the values we hold as parents.

Stacy Stetzel, Assistant Professor of Education“I would say teaching is my favorite thing to do. It’s almost like performing on stage. I get 50 minutes to lead a group of people through an adventure. And some days it’s really like an adventure, while other days it’s not as flashy. My favorite part is teaching these young people and showing them the other side of the teacher’s desk."

Humans of Manchester University: Stacy Stetzel, Assistant Professor of Education “What brought you to Manchester?

Brandi Chauncey ’01, Director of Admissions “I teach fitness classes. I’ve always been into fitness, so when I decided to get certified and actually teach Zumba and do some other classes that’s driven my passion for fitness more. Outside of that, I read a lot."

Humans of Manchester University: Brandi Chauncey Director of Admissions “What brought you to Manchester?” “I have an older brother who attended Manchester so I became familiar with the university.

Zander Willoughby, Junior Political Science and French Major “Most people don’t know that I am just as comfortable covered in mud in the middle of nowhere with some broken down tractor or building stuff, as I am in a suit. Once, my friend and I built a cannon by hand, out of a log, and then shot it. It was really cool! It almost blew up, though. Another time, we made a ballista out of old telephone poles and PVC pipe ..."

Humans of Manchester University: Zander Willoughby, Junior Political Science and French Major with International Relations and Peace Studies Minors, from Grandville, Michigan “I didn’t get accepted to.

Cassy Dibley, Senior Marketing Major “I like to watch Netflix and hangout with my friends. I really love to play tennis, and every once and a while, I do a little bit of graphic design on my own when I have time.”

Cassy Dibley, Senior Marketing Major “I like to watch Netflix and hangout with my friends. I really love to play tennis, and every once and a while, I do a little bit of graphic design on my own when I have time.

Kyle Grubbs, Assistant Director for Admissions “I met my roommate at a visit day. We hit it off, her family and my family, it was one of those days we had different groups and there was a kind of quiz game and we won, so we made connections, and then friended each other on Facebook and hit it off through the summer and decided we wanted to room together, and we’ve been best friends ever since.”

Humans of Manchester University ‪ Kyle Grubbs Assistant Director for Admissions “I’m originally from Muncie, so always thought I was going to go to Ball State.

Jessica Klemm, Senior English - Writing Major and Art Minor “Besides reading and writing, I longboard. I used to play Magic the Gathering all the time on campus, and we used to have a big group on campus that would play. Professor Diesburg would play with us once in a while, but he’s brutal and plays with vintage decks and is very competitive, oh my goodness.”

Jessica Klemm, Senior English - Writing Major and Art Minor from Columbia City, Indiana “Why did you decide to study English and art?” “English for multiple reasons. I have this passion for reading.

Alaina Beckner, Senior Communication Studies Major  “My favorite part about being a student athlete is the community aspect of it. We’re all there for each other, all going through the same thing, so if somebody has a test or someone isn’t doing too hot we’re all helping each other out, even on the court if someone isn’t doing great it goes both ways. That’s one thing I really enjoy.”

Humans of Manchester University: Alaina Beckner, Senior Communication Studies Major from Columbia City, Indiana “Why did you decide to study communication?

Derek Lamle, Senior Accounting Major “I went to Italy for Jan-Term; that was an extremely awesome experience. Everyone says it and it’s so cliché, but it’s just something you have to do..."

Humans of Manchester University: Derek Lamle, Senior Accounting Major from Columbia City, Indiana “I went to Italy for Jan-Term; that was an extremely awesome experience.

Taylor Crisman, Junior Psychology and Educational Studies Major "I like learning about the way people think and why they think and I kind of think like a psychologist all the time. I’m always overanalyzing myself, and I pay attention to others a lot and their facial expressions and everything.”

Humans of Manchester University: Taylor Crisman, Junior Psychology and Educational Studies Major from Valparaiso, Indiana “Why did you decide to study Psychology and Educational Studies?

Miranda Malott, Junior Biology Major “I really like comparative vertebrate anatomy, because it shows the progression of how we came from a tiny fish to humans. We get to dissect cats, and we just did fetal pigs, and I love all of that stuff.”

Miranda Malott, Junior Biology Major “I really like comparative vertebrate anatomy, because it shows the progression of how we came from a tiny fish to humans. We get to dissect cats, and we just did fetal pigs, and I love all of that stuff.

Shealy Todd, P3 “I think the biggest thing that people should know about Manchester, other than [the importance of] service, is that I have never, in any circumstance or with any faculty that I have ever dealt with, there are no faculty who care about your success more than the faculty here at the College of Pharmacy. They will bend over backwards to make sure that you succeed. It blows my mind on a weekly basis because they’re all aware of it and they still find a way to surprise me.“

Humans of Manchester University: Shealy Todd, from Henderson, Kentucky “Why did you decide to study pharmacy? Before I completed my degree at the University of.

Shay Aator, Junior Political Science Major “Indoor Nationals was a surreal experience for me. I’d never been to any type of national championship before, so this was exciting for me. I think the thing that sucked the most about Nationals was not having my teammates there. I’ve gotten so used to them being around 24/7 that it was weird to be just with Coach Allison and Coach Cash. But all through Nationals weekend I kept getting texts and tweets wishing me good luck and that was really…

Humans of Manchester University: Shay Aator, Junior Political Science Major from West Lafayette, Indiana “Why did you choose Manchester?” “I really wanted to continue throwing and Coach Cashdollar.

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