Two visits by USU philosophy alumni

Two USU philosophy majors of years gone by will be visiting campus, and students are encouraged to meet with them, and join them for a lunch presentation, to hear about their post-USU careers. This is a good opportunity to begin thinking about how to navigate your life after graduation, and to consider the wide range of jobs you are well-suited for, even if you don’t yet realize it.

I will post more details about their lunch presentations as they are made available. Also, if anyone is interested in helping with their visit (walking them around campus, introducing them at lunch), please contact me (Huenemann).

  • Nate Putnam (Philosophy ’06, MBA ‘12) is tentatively scheduled to visit on Wednesday, January 30th. Currently the CEO of Monumetric, he is eager to share his experiences working in the area of tech advertising, which may appeal to a wide range of students.
  • Ben Kolendar (Philosophy) will visit on Thursday, April 4. Ben has substantial government experience at both the local and national level and currently works as Deputy Director for the Department of Economic Development in the Salt Lake City Mayor’s office. He is eager to share his experiences since leaving USU with our students, and will be on campus from 11-1 that day for an alumni lunch presentation.

Author: Huenemann

Curious about the ways humans use their minds and hearts to distract themselves from the meaninglessness of life.

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