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At first Dina Beck-Billig wanted to be a doctor, but after careful consideration she decided to find an alternative path. It wasn’t that the prospect of a career in medicine didn’t excite her anymore; it did. Rather, she couldn’t see herself waiting to get through medical school and the prolonged road to becoming a licensed physician when she wanted to get started on the path to helping people right away.
1) Where do you teach? What classes are you teaching this semester? I teach six courses at Lander College for Women–Legal Principles, American Politics, State and Local Government and classes on the three branches of government—Executive, Legislative and Judicial.
“College is a time to find your voice…to take courses that enable you to learn about things you’ve never learned before,” encouraged Dean Marian Stoltz-Loike of Lander College for Women—The Anna Ruth and Mark Hasten School (LCW) in her introductory remarks to the incoming class of 2016.
“Did you know that if you held your nose and tasted an apple and an onion, you wouldn\'t know the difference?” asked Elaine Kellman-Grosinger, Vice President of Flavors at Citromax Flavors, in a unique lunchtime discussion last week at Lander College for Women—The Anna Ruth and Mark Hasten School (LCW).