Faculty Tips – Integrating Transferable Skills into Syllabus Learning Outcomes


Faculty are in a great position to link classroom learning to posts-graduation goals to help students see the value of their major coursework and common curriculum requirements. Writing, research, verbal communication, critical thinking, and data analysis are just a few …

By Jane Mall
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If You’re Interested in Start-ups, You MUST Attend This Event



Denver’s backyard isn’t all mountains and ski resorts. Did you know Denver is home to “the largest free entrepreneurial event of its kind in North America” – Denver Startup Week?

“Denver Startup Week (DSW) is a powerful showcase of …

By Beth Wade
Beth Wade Assistant Director, Career & Professional Development Beth Wade
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Meet Beth! A First Generation Student & Career Advisor

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Beth is one of the newest additions to the Career and Professional Development team! She was kind enough to share her advice and experiences as a first generation undergraduate student.

 Tell us a bit about yourself.

 I am …

By Chloe Theobald
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9 Office Etiquette Rules Every Person Should Know


You might be surprised at just how rude people can be, and how many people have no idea about etiquette, including office etiquette. It is so important to follow all of the rules of etiquette when you are sharing a …

By Jane Hurst
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The Importance of Proofreading for Your Career


Climbing up the career ladder is never easy, especially when your responsibilities and professional expectations are also rising. We know for a fact that every professional who has big plans for his career must be very attentive to his professional …

By Michael Gorman
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Careers in Education & Training Beyond Teaching


Do you love the idea of being in the field of education, but know that being a K-12 educator is not for you? There are many ways to take your passion for teaching and training and put that to work …

By Heidi Perman
Heidi Perman Executive Director, Career & Professional Development Heidi Perman
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LinkedIn + Natural Sciences Majors = Success?

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Our career advisors support many students through the internship and job search, and LinkedIn is always an interesting topic of conversation. Many students aren’t on LinkedIn, and this is often the case for DU alumni in Natural Sciences & Mathematics …

By Kimberly White
Kimberly White Career Advisor Kimberly White
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DU Student Interns with Zayo Group


As winter quarter comes to an end, this is a great time to search for summer internship opportunities. The University of Denver’s Career and Professional Development department awards 8 undergraduate students with a $2,500 award if they land an unpaid …

By Ronie Kononova
Ronie Kononova Student Marketing Assistant Ronie Kononova
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NSM Students, Alumni, & Friends Come Together for Networking @ Nite!


On February 28th, students, alumni, and friends of NSM came together on the 5th floor of ECS to chat about their career goals and interests across the sciences.

Alumni from a number of disciplines, including Biology, Chemistry, Environmental Science, Mathematics, …

By Kimberly White
Kimberly White Career Advisor Kimberly White
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Powering Through the Winter Slump: 5 Tips for Making the Most of Winter Days

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Ever feel a bit sluggish and down during the winter? Feel a cold coming on? With the days getting shorter and weather colder it can become harder to stay motivated and healthy during the winder. This greatly affects our productivity …

By Chloe Theobald
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