This year the NMCC is celebrating three new graduates from the NMCC Certificate Program…
Aaron Bjork is graduating with an MFA in Fine Art from the College of Design.
His favorite NMCC Course was COLT 615: Transmedial Aesthetics with Dr. Michael Allan. After he graduates, he hopes to spend some time recuperating in the sun and seeing family.
Bonnie Sheehey is graduating with a PhD in Philosophy from the College of Arts and Sciences.
Her favorite class was also COLT 615: Transmedial Aesthetics with Dr. Allan. After graduating, she will begin a tenure-track Assistant Professor position in the Philosophy Department at Montana State University and continue research on the use of algorithms in the US criminal justice system.
Catharine Roner-Reiter is graduating with a JD from the University of Oregon School of Law and an MA from the Conflict and Dispute Resolution (CRES) program.
Her favorite class was J610: History and Theory of New Media. After graduation, she plans to pursue an LL.M in International Commercial Arbitration in order to work as an arbitrator in disputes involving the entertainment industry.