Jack Rooney | June 16, 2020
Michelle Gaseor ’11 doesn’t meet many other history majors in the tech world.
But in her career, which has taken her from educational publishing and user experience design to the forefront of conversational artificial intelligence, she continually builds upon the foundation she established in the College of Arts and Letters.
“My liberal arts education really taught me how to be curious and self-directed in exploring things I’m interested in,” she said. “That has been essential to being successful in my career.”
Gaseor relies on these core characteristics as she navigates and advances in a field that hardly existed during her undergraduate years.
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