It’s the end of the world as we know it in Roosevelt University’s Dystopian Literature and Film course. In Professor Mick McMahon’s classroom, students learn about government control, environmental destruction and loss of identity — themes that feel all too relevant in 2022.
With the support of professional mentors, Roosevelt University students can expand their networks, sharpen their professional skills — and, in Alison Elzinga’s case, land a dream job they never even dreamed of.
Rebecca Moss played through many firsts: the first home game in the Goodman Center, the team’s first national tournament appearances. Today, she’s breaking new ground as the special education chair at Thornton Fractional North High School.
Actuaries use their strong backgrounds in math, probability and statistics to manage risk for their employers. U.S. News and World Report ranked actuarial science as one of the top 100 jobs of 2021 for its variety and booming prospects.