Blog: #TracksToSuccess

 

#TracksToSuccess: Luis de la Torre

This year’s FIFA World Cup™ was defined by upsets and surprises, but for Milligan College junior Luis de la Torre, France’s victory on July 15, 2018, was predicted in advance. In April, de la Torre presented research on how to predict the World Cup champion through statistics at the college’s annual Rise Above Research Conference, tabbing France as the eventual winner. […]

 

#TracksToSuccess: Tommy Parker

How Tommy Parker Is Living Out the Gospel, One Year at a Time Tommy Parker (’12) is a twenty-something who gets the notion of vocation. With a degree in Bible and minors in computer information systems and humanities, he has found ways to marry his passion for ministry over the last five years with the […]

 
 
 
 
 

#TracksToSuccess: Bo Pless

“Bo doesn’t allow pride to get in the way of what is most important, winning with his teammates. In addition, he has a sincere faith that he lives every day. Bo is an amazing example of what Milligan looks for in their student athletes.” –Head Basketball Coach Bill Robinson

 
 

#TracksToSuccess: Michael Birkner

Ministry through Business By Ashley Rader Elizabethton Star Graduation day is drawing near, but for Milligan College senior Michael Birkner, it does not mark the end of his journey with the institution. Birkner, who previously attended Elizabethton High School, will graduate Saturday with a bachelor’s degree in business. This summer, he will work with the […]

 

#TracksToSuccess: Kristina Kayser

  Combining Her Love of Nursing with Cross-Cultural Ministry in Israel At Milligan, our professors encourage students to use their degrees in a variety of ways. Kristina Kayser, who graduated in 2004 with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing, decided to combine her love of nursing with a passion for cross-cultural ministry in Israel. Kristina […]

 

#TracksToSuccess: John Crowe

John Crowe, current biology major In hot weather, Milligan students love to cool off in Buffalo Creek, which runs alongside the college’s campus. But when junior John Crowe took a dip this spring, it was in the name of science, testing for microorganisms in the water. After presenting the research project at Milligan’s undergraduate research […]