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Natural & Mathematical Sciences

Tim Kurzhal
B.A., Geography, 1997
Director of Corporate Education, C.H.Robinson Company, Chicago

Tim Kurzhal

"A liberal arts education can be applied to any career you choose. As director of corporate education for C. H. Robinson, I teach transportation sales and logistics systems, I'm involved in employee recruitment, and I act as a consultant for our European training program. I found my position through the Arts and Sciences Career Services. During my senior year, I took Q400, which really helped me in creating resumes, interviewing, and finding resources to aid my job search."

Liberal arts students must understand and practice scientific methods; this approach to knowledge forms the basis of scientific research; guides the formation, testing, and validation of theories; and distinguishes conclusions that rest on unverified assertion from those developed through the application of scientific reasoning. Mathematical and statistical studies teach arts and sciences students to reason quantitatively, a skill essential in an increasingly technological society.

Departments, Programs, and Centers in Natural & Mathematical Sciences Division

Animal Behavior, Center for the Integrative Study of
Astronomy/Astrophysics
Biochemistry
Biocomplexity Institute
Biology
Biotechnology
Chemistry
Cognitive Science
Environmental Science
Genomics and Bioinformatics, Center for
Geological Sciences
Gill Center for Biomolecular Science
Human Biology
Indiana Molecular Biology Institute
Mathematics
Molecular and Cellular Biochemistry
Neuroscience
Physics
Psychological and Brain Sciences
Spacetime Symmetries, Center for
Speech and Hearing Sciences
Statistics