Michele Lyons has been promoted to Associate Paralegal-Level III at Dow AgroSciences LLC. According to Michele, “I had over 15 years of experience in the legal field, but without my Associate of Paralegal Studies degree I was not able to move forward. The people I met through the program were integral to my success. The professors and their experiences are more valuable than any textbook."
Bill Foley’s article, “The New Frontier, American Business and the Economy,” is being published in The Oxford Encyclopedia of American Business, Labor, and Economic History. Bill has taught history in MAP since 2009 and has taught on the undergraduate and graduate level for over 25 years. He was recently selected to teach the National Security and Homeland Security course next summer with the University of London for Indiana University.
Brian Hull was recently promoted to Principal Network Planning Engineer at AT&T after 16 years with the company. This was Brian’s second promotion since graduating from MAP in December 2011. Brian’s degree completion has paid off for his career, but it is the example that he set for his three children that he is the most proud of. “The entire MAP faculty is second to none and I am happy to call myself a Knight.”