Bob Devaney, a 1939 graduate of Alma College, went on to become one of the greatest coaches in collegiate football history. In his 11 years as head coach at Nebraska, Devaney produced 11 winning seasons with two national championships. He was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in 1981. At Alma, he played end and was the Scots’ Most Valuable Player in 1938....
Brandon Edward Miller Graduation: 1997
Major: Political Science
How many people can say they’ve sat as an intern at CNN’s international desk? Or worked as a press aide to Ambassador Madeleine K. Albright at the U.S. Mission to the United Nations? Or served in the Peace Corps for four years in Ethiopia and Madagascar, worked at World Bank in its anti-corruption unit, studied at Harvard and served as a law clerk for a federal judge?
Brandon Edward Miller can.
“My Alma experience was definitely the launching board for getting a kid from Hemlock High School all the way to Harvard Law School,” he says. “The liberal arts education and the opportunity to work so closely with faculty members is a unique experience that is hard to replicate.”