Showcasing our Seniors at WPU
While this may be a bitter-sweet time for our seniors, the entire WPU community is so proud of the work, accomplishments, growth, and service of the Class of 2020. Although there was no Showcase this year—we invited the Seniors (now alumni!) to still highlight what they have learned and accomplished.
“Showcasing our Seniors” is William Peace University’s way to virtually celebrate all the accomplishments and efforts of YOU, our Class of 2020.
Thank you for your time, sharing your talents, and for all you have done for WPU and your fellow Pacers! Check out your classmates and share your own stories of your time at WPU!
Caitlin Richards ‘ 20 | The Impact of Learning Experiences at WPU
“…Gaining Knowledge… The faculty pushed me beyond my comfort zone… Peace is a community.”
Description: Caitlin responds to the following questions about her time at WPU:
- Tell us about one or two (or more) memorable or impactful immersive learning experiences that have prepared you for future success.
- What are the most important skills or competencies you acquired over your time at WPU?
- What will you remember most when reflecting back on your time as a student?
Julia Johnson reflects on her time at WPU as she graduates in Arts Administration
Description: Julia Johnson is an Arts Administration major and reflects on her time at WPU by answering the question, • If you could write a letter to your freshman self, what advice would you give and why?
Alexandra Garrison reflects on her time at WPU as she graduates in Arts Administration
“Embrace all the opportunities at William Peace University.”
Description: Alexandra is a Communication major and reflects on her time at WPU by answering the question, “If you could write a letter to your freshman self, what advice would you give and why?”
Shafi Love Goodwin reflects on his time at WPU as he graduates in Political Science
“Be loving, compassionate, forgiving, immersiveful, and benevolent.”
Description: Shafi “Love” Goodwin is a Political Science major and reflects on his time at WPU by answering the question, “What work are you most proud of and that you want to share with your classmates?