Undergraduate Research for Career Preparation

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Have you ever thought about scholarly research in your field as career preparation for your students? It’s clear that research is helpful for students on a grad school track, both for helping them decide if they really want to do …

By Mark Siemens
Mark Siemens Director. Undergraduate Research Center | Associate Professor, Physics & Astronomy
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7 Tips for the Career Fair

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Career fairs are one of those things that no one looks forward to attending but are often extremely helpful in the job search process. It’s a chance to connect with recruiters from several businesses in a short amount of time. …

By Tracy Curtis
Tracy Curtis Assistant Director of Employer and Industry Engagement Tracy Curtis
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Tips for the First 90 Days on the Job

Many of you will be starting jobs this June after school end. People who have been in their careers for years always have some advice they wish they had gotten when they were starting out. Below are some advice and …

By Emma Spalding
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Tips & Resources for Managing Stress for Graduate Students

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The end of spring quarter can be very stressful with figuring out plans after graduation or planning your summer, and finals, and not to mention the beautiful summer weather distracting us all from the work we need to do. Graduate …

By Emma Spalding
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Career Achievement Milestones

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The Career Achievement milestones are you guideposts to professional success during your time at DU!

Taking time to work on your professional goals throughout your academic career, rather than waiting until graduation, will ensure that you are well prepared for …

By Heidi Perman
Heidi Perman Executive Director, Career & Professional Development Heidi Perman
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SEVEN TIPS FOR AN ACADEMIC JOB SEARCH

 SEVEN TIPS FOR AN ACADEMIC JOB SEARCH

Finding Jobs—Naturally, look at college/university websites as well as the website of your professional associations. Other options include higheredjobs.com, chroniclevitae.com and careers.insidehighered.com.

Do Your Research– Check-out the department as well as the …

By Patricia Hickman
Patricia Hickman Director, Graduate Career & Professional Development Patricia Hickman
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