“Be an active champion of a life you’ll be proud to build.”
Jack Moss, who came to the University of Iowa from Bettendorf, Iowa, is a finalist in the competition to be the student speaker at the December 2018 College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Commencement ceremony.
Jack is graduating with Distinction, having completed the major in Human Physiology and earned the Certificate in Entrepreneurial Management.
He serves as the Alumni Relations Chair for Dance Marathon, with which he has been involved throughout his time at Iowa. He was inducted into Sigma Nu Tau, a national entrepreneurial honor society, and has conducted research in the Lira Human Physiology Laboratory. While at Iowa, Jack studied abroad in Australia and took a mission trip to Haiti, experiences that instilled deep respect for and interest in diverse cultures. He will be attending the University of Iowa Physical Therapy program.
Jack’s speech encourages his classmates to use their UI education to create lives they can be proud to live. Listen here: