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Introducing New MAP Student Advisor

by John Armitage | Nov 27, 2012
Trista Hart is the newest member to join the MAP staff. Her role is advisor to students at the Keystone Crossing location.  
Trista Hart is the newest member to join the MAP staff. Her role is advisor to students at the Keystone Crossing location. Trista, a graduate of Indiana State University in Terre Haute, Indiana, earned her bachelor of science in communication and marketing in 2006. After graduation, she and her husband, Shane, then a project manager for an apartment building construction company, moved to Michigan. A year later, they relocated again. This time, they moved to Iowa, where she worked in marketing for Dial Properties. Back in Indiana, Trista spent the next two years using her marketing skills to recruit and advise students at another educational institution before coming to Marian University in July. Asked how her previous professional experiences prepared her for advising adult students in MAP, she replied, "My education and my professional experience taught me the value of relationship building. This is particularly helpful in advising MAP students. Being able to help them reach their goals makes my job very rewarding." When not busy with students, Trista and her husband enjoy traveling and attending concerts and sporting events. If you’ve not yet met Trista Hart, stop in and introduce yourself when you are at MAP’s Keystone Crossing location.

With Marian’s Adult Programs, you can expect to connect directly with business leaders.

Our five- and eight-week courses give you more direct access to professionals in your field than most adult education programs.

  • Business Administration students work directly with local organizations to help them solve real-world challenges.
  • Paralegal Studies students learn from lawyers and paralegals and have many networking opportunities.
  • And our Nursing students practice skills and attributes under the guidance of other nurses to prepare them for professional success.

This kind of real-world experience develops the leadership, communications, technological and critical thinking skills you need to succeed in today’s job market.

Explore our website or 
contact us to find out how Marian’s Adult Programs can help you accomplish your goals.

MAP Spotlight

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Belinda Rivera is a current student in MAP’s paralegal studies program. A year after enrolling, she works full-time at the law firm Dugan and Voland LLC as a paralegal. With just a few courses left, she continues to hone her research and communications skills through in-class exercises and assignments, as well as day-to-day responsibilities. more >>

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Ric began the pursuit of his bachelor's degree with Marian College over twenty years ago. After spending the majority of his working life in manufacturing, one day, he'd had enough. He walked out and decided to come back to Marian University, and enrolled in MAP’s accelerated program continuing where he left off. more >>

MAP 3rd Thursday Throwdown

On the third Thursday of the month from May-September all MAP students, graduates, faculty, staff, and friends are invited to attend Third Thursday Throwdown at Champps at Keystone at the Crossing for a chance to socialize, mingle, and network on the patio. The fun begins at 5:30 p.m. We'll see you July 16, August 20, and September 17! Check out the event on Facebook.

Natasha Blakemore-Evans Award Ceremony

Natasha Blakemore-Evans, May 2015 MAP graduate, was inducted into the 2015 directory of Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities. To be nominated for this national recognition, students must demonstrate both academic excellence as well as participation in campus activities and community service. Congratulations, Natasha!


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