The Master of Arts in Critical and Creative Thinking (MA CCT) is receiving a fresh set of eyes on its endeavors thanks to their newly formed Alumni Advisory Board.
Formed in summer of 2020, the board consists of MA CCT graduates who volunteer their time and insight to help the program advise curricular initiatives and better connect with communities UNO serves. The group meets virtually three times a year, once each during the spring, summer, and fall semesters.
So far, the group has offered their feedback on the MA CCT’s first-ever program review, proposed changes to MA CCT curriculum, and UNO’s upcoming three-week January session, or “J-Session.” Members reside both in and outside of Nebraska and work in a variety of professions.
“I look forward to working with the MA CCT Alumni Advisory Board over the coming months as we begin our journey together,” said Dr. Joe Price, Assistant Dean of Administration for the College of Arts and Sciences and Director of the MA CCT. “College of Arts and Sciences Dean David Boocker shares my excitement in our new collaboration, as the board offers input and insight into how we can make the MA CCT not only better, but one of the showcase graduate programs in the NU system.”
For more information about the MA CCT’s alumni advisory board, contact Katie Berger at email@example.com.