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Business major Ashlyn Montisanti ‘26 was diagnosed with Charcot-Marie-Tooth in 2020 and looks to raise awareness across campus about the disease.
I am currently an assistant professor at Utah State University. I enjoy the intellectual freedom of being a professor and researcher. I also enjoy the flexible schedule it offers. I also love working with students and helping them learn more about social issues through Communication Studies.
“The coursework at Merrimack pushed me to improve my writing and thinking skills which was invaluable when I went forward with my education.”
Looking back, I think Merrimack prepared me well for my Master’s program. The coursework at Merrimack pushed me to improve my writing and thinking skills which was invaluable when I went forward with my education. The biggest thing that helped me was the kindness from the faculty at Merrimack. I wasn’t the smartest or most academically gifted, but I felt welcomed and valued in the department. It helped me gain the confidence to go to graduate school.
Most of my memories are of playing on the baseball team. I remember getting out of team lifts and practices late and sprinting to my classes (which is funnier looking back than it felt at the time.
Tim majored in communication and media where he learned how communication and media play a fundamental role in how we understand each other and organizations.