In the Media
Since its publication in June 2016, A Letter to My Freshman Self has quickly gained popularity and has been featured on a number of media platforms. See below for a few examples.
KPMG's Global Chairman on LinkedIn Pulse
John Veihmeyer (ND '77), KPMG International's Global Chairman and contributor to A Letter to My Freshman Self, shared his letter to his freshman self on LinkedIn Pulse. With more than 35 years of experience building and directing high-performance teams and advising some of the world’s leading companies, Veihmeyer is an influential and sought-after voice on business and financial issues. He graduated from the University of Notre Dame in 1977 with a degree in Accounting. Click here to read what he has to say to his freshman self.
Notre Dame Magazine: Freshman Mailbox
Notre Dame Magazine has featured a few selected letters from A Letter to My Freshman Self in their "Freshman Mailbox" section. Read on to get a taste of the book:
Flatley Center for Undergraduate Scholarly Engagement
Notre Dame's Flatley Center for Undergraduate Scholarly Engagement (CUSE) is where the idea of the book was conceived. CUSE's Sorin Scholars Program brought together the leaders behind the book and supported the student team throughout their endeavor bringing this book to fruition. Two letters in the book discuss CUSE's impact on their undergraduate journey and beyond.
Irish Rover: An Interview with Book's Leader Lily Kang
Irish Rover interviewed one of the book's co-leader, Lily Kang (ND '16), regarding her experience initiating the project, working with multiple stakeholders around campus, and leading a team of undergraduate students to eventually bring the idea into fruition. Read on to learn about the story behind the book. You can reach out to Lily Kang directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ways to Support A Letter to My Freshman Self
If you find the book helpful, we would be grateful for your support to spread the word about the book. Below are a few ways that you can help us: