Joseph Diodato (B.A. 2017)

Joseph Diodato (B.A ’17) is currently completing the final requirements to earn his M.S.Ed in higher education and student affairs (HESA) from Indiana University Bloomington and the Graduate Certificate in institutional research. After graduating on May 3rd, Joe will continue his education at IU-Bloomington where he will earn a M.S in applied statistics. His varied experiences at Indiana have included service as an assistant residence hall director and as a hearing officer in the Office of Student Conduct. During summer 2018, Joe also interned at Florida State University as the Graduate Intern for Conduct and Assessment through the Association of College and University Housing Officers (ACUHO-I) Housing Internship Program. Visit Joe’s ePortfolio to learn more about the professionally enriching experiences that his time as a Hoosier have provided him with – https://josephdiodato.com

While Joe spends much of his time involved in the administrative life of the university, he attributes the foundation of his continued professional and personal development to his experiences as a classical studies major:

“From the earliest Greek settlements to the late Roman empire, my studies of antiquity have profoundly shaped the ways that I think about and engage with the world. Alongside my brilliant peers and wonderful faculty, I learned to see myself in the ancients and how the challenges, successes, and opportunities that they faced aren’t too different from our modern world. My study of classics sparked a lifelong sense of inquisitiveness, and that’s grander than a single job or career path.”