Each year, the College of Liberal Arts selects a successful graduate to return to campus to share career and personal experience with students and faculty on what it took to get where they are.
The next College of Liberal Arts alumnus in residence has yet to be announced. Check back later for an announcement.
Alumna Izumi Greubel M'94 was the first instructor of Japanese language classes at USI in the '90s. She returned to USI after about 12 years to promote her new book as a part of the Alumni-in-Residence program. She and husband Tony Greubel also spoke with Global Studies classes about their lives in foreign service.
Alumni-turned-Deputy Chief of Mission at the U.S. Embassy in Apia, Samoa, Tony Greubel '92, visited USI for our Alumni-in-Residence program. Political Science student Cameron Davidson sat down for an interview with Tony.