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Seth Plummer : Alumni
Seth Plummer transferred to UMD in 2012 to pursue his degree in Criminology with a minor in Psychology, as well as compete in college athletics. He immediately became involved in many of UMD’s campus Diversity Clubs/organizations (BSA, QASU, Speakers Bureau, International Club) and served as the captain and president of the University of Minnesota Duluth Men’s Club Volleyball program from 2012-2014. Plummer writes,
“One of the unique aspects of my education at the University of Minnesota Duluth was that I was never told I couldn’t do something. Exploration of my major, civic engagement projects, and research was not only expected but also encouraged. As a student, I thrived under that kind of academic freedom. Paired with that freedom was a fantastic group of CLA advisors, mentors, and of course UMD professors. It was because of these individuals that I again, found my love of learning, civic engagement, advocacy, social justice, and college athletics.”
After graduating in Spring of 2015, Plummer realized that he had not accomplished all that he wanted as a collegiate athlete. He packed up and moved to Green Bay, Wisconsin to pursue volleyball at a higher level. He now lives and trains in Green Bay, and is in the hiring process with the Madison Police Department. Plummer is looking forward to eventually earning his masters degree in the field of Criminology.