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"You have to know how to deal with a lot of different people in my job at the Library of Congress. It helped that I was able to include studies in subjects such as psychology and history in addition to business and finance. That kind of diverse knowledge is essential in the day-to-day work that I do."
"I do a lot of research at the Refugio County Museum, and my UHV degree has been invaluable for that. I know how to research and relay information and stories to museum visitors[...] I've had to learn on the job how to do museum tasks like cataloging and preserving artifacts."
In designing Lux Protocol, Brantley used lessons learned from taking gaming classes taught by Alireza Tavakkoli, assistant professor in the UHV School of Arts & Sciences and director of the university's digital gaming and simulation program.