LEAP

HUMANS OF THE U: NATHANIEL CORDOVA

“I will give back to LEAP for the rest of my life. I came to this big university on my own with this goal, and not really sure how to accomplish it. LEAP gives you a direction and they opened doors.”


FINDING REFUGE IN EDUCATION

Tino Nyawelo faced many challenges when he left the unrest of South Sudan to study physics in Europe. He drew on this experience to create REFUGES, a program that helps underrepresented students pursue STEM fields at the U.


HOW DO I SUCCEED IN SCHOOL?

The U launches a new series in @TheU designed to help students learn about campus resources designed to help them stay on track to graduate and build a competitive resume while still in school.


TRANSFORMATIVE LEARNING

$200 million student success initiative announced at reopening of the U’s historic Sterling Sill Center.


From freedom rider to congressman

Civil rights icon John Lewis’s graphic novels make classroom appearance in anticipation of his campus visit Nov. 10.