Charles Rounds III, grand prize winner in the Lowell Milken Center for Unsung Heroes student art competition, talks with us about his winning work, making art during the COVID-19 pandemic and how he plans to use his artistic talents to revitalize his community.
As we all move from an unsettling spring to a summer filled with uncertainty about what lies ahead, we asked Milken Educators to share words of advice and encouragement for students and families. The common theme: Enjoy this well-deserved break, and don’t worry—we’ll get through it together.
Students at Bacon Academy in Colchester do a deep dive into artificial intelligence thanks to Peter Arseneault (CT '15).
How will the COVID-19 pandemic affect science education and the world around us? Milken Educators weigh in.
How does a Zoom lesson for fourth graders actually work? Krista Trent (OH '18) shares the minute-by-minute details.
Fifth-generation teacher Kathryn Daniels (MS ’19) initially pursued a career in medicine, but as she began shadowing doctors, she realized her heart was in the classroom. “In theory, medicine made sense, but in my day-to-day reality, I knew I wanted more,” she says. “I wanted to feel like I was living my purpose.”