Elmhurst Voices

Meet Our Students

Whether interning with the Miami Dolphins, mentoring new students or playing jazz with Doc Severinsen, our students are active in campus life and beyond.

Thomas Sullivan studied in Australia as part of his Elmhurst College journey.

Around the World in Four Years

Traveling the globe helped Thomas Sullivan ’19 map his future.

Elmhurst College student Natalia Wehr leaped over several health obstacles to complete her education.

Life Happens While You’re Busy Getting Your Degree

Natalia Wehr ’19 kept her family in focus during her studies.

Incoming Elmhurst College student Dennis Arreaza collects soccer equipment to donate to a youth team he helped organize in Guatemala.

The Ultimate Goal

Dennis Arreaza’s service project donates badly needed soccer equipment to at-risk kids in Guatemala.

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Get to Know Our Faculty

Elmhurst’s faculty members excel inside and outside of the classroom. Learn more about who they are and the academic pursuits that inspire their teaching.

Colleen Munro-Leighton is a chemistry professor at Elmhurst College.

Teaching It Forward

Colleen Munro-Leighton helps students find their path, as other professors once did for her.

Andrea Krieg, assistant professor of criminal justice at Elmhurst College.

Change Agent

Andrea Krieg wants students to understand the complexities of the criminal justice system.

Graphic design professor Andrew Sobol encourages his Elmhurst College students to push the limits of their creativity.

Creatives Wanted

Andrew Sobol draws on his graphic design career to prepare students for this thriving industry.

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Meet Our Alumni

The quest for knowledge and understanding doesn’t stop with graduation. Read about how our alumni are using their Elmhurst education to make a difference.

A Quest for Lifelong Learning

Jacqueline Jones ’06 has found an encore career in fitness, and is now exploring ways to teach biomechanics online.

Launch of a Writing Career

Meghan O’Toole ’17 won LitMag’s Virginia Woolf Award for Short Fiction.

Blazing a Trail

As Rutgers University’s first full-time Muslim chaplain, Kaiser Aslam ’12 works to increase understanding about Islam and the Muslim community.

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