This issue of NKU Magazine features a cover story on alumni entrepreneurs, an interview with professor and cancer survivor Brant Karrick and a special civil rights trip. Plus, we talk with mural artist Gina Erardi, Milburn Award winner and professor Kimberly Clayton-Code and nurse practitioner Kadori Ngirabakunzi.
And don’t forget to check out the Mystery Photo. Maybe you know something we don't yet!
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An Indelible History Lesson
Last summer, eight Northern Kentucky University students and two staff members spent a week in the southern U.S. to learn about the Civil Rights movement.
NKU's diverse group of alumni who launch businesses find innovative solutions to everyday problems. These entrepreneurs are passionate, creative risk-takers who work long hours. But there isn't anything else they'd rather be doing.
Highs and Lows
For more than 30 years, the director of bands at Northern Kentucky University has dedicated his career to music. He wasn't going to let a cancer diagnosis or bone marrow transplant stop him.
A Renaissance Woman
Armed with tools ranging from a paintbrush to a chisel, Gina Erardi ('20) strives to always make the best art she can.
The Family Tradition
For Kimberly Clayton-Code, Northern Kentucky University is a family tradition.