Supervisor Spotlight

“Recognizing that their work is a large contribution to the greater team and they are not just there to do “busy” work is a substantial step to make the experience beneficial and valuable to student employees.” – Hayley Olson

By Stacey Stevens
Stacey Stevens Director of Student Employment
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Meet the 2022 Faculty Career Champions

Now in its 6th year, the Faculty Career Champion award has become a true example of the ways faculty create the 4D Experience for students as they begin to pursue careers and lives of purpose.  DU is known for close faculty/student …

By Jane Kolb
Jane Kolb Career & Professional Development
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How to Balance Postgraduate Studies and Full-Time Work

Balancing full-time work with any other level of responsibility is difficult enough on its own. Completing full-time work with postgraduate studies is a whole different ball game. A postgraduate degree or diploma is an advanced level of study that builds …

By Richard Conn - Firsthand
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Get Your Grad Degree Overseas

By Denise Cope
President, Affordable Degrees Abroad

So many DU students have studied abroad or have had some significant international experience, and now they want more.  The natural next step is to get your graduate school degree abroad.  Here are …

By Mary Michael Hawkins
Mary Michael Hawkins Director, Undergraduate Career & Professional Development
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Grad School – When to Prep and Apply

Applying to graduate school is a lot different than applying to college. There’s a variety of different types of programs, and generally graduate programs have more autonomy within a university than undergraduate degrees. Because of the differences and unique aspects …

By Kyle Inselman
Kyle Inselman Assistant Director
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Grad School – Should I Go?

As graduation approaches, graduate school might seem like a preferable option to searching for a full-time job. After all, being a student is comfortable! It is what you have been doing successfully for 17+ years!

There are a lot of …

By Heidi J. Perman
Heidi J. Perman Assistant Vice Chancellor, Career & Professional Development
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Graduate School Applications: What Do They Include?

While every program will have specific requirements, there are some common elements to grad school applications. When planning to apply to grad school, prepare to meet the following requirements for most programs:

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You’ll need to send in your transcript …

By Kyle Inselman
Kyle Inselman Assistant Director
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Financing Your Graduate Education

Are you thinking about graduate school, or are in the middle of the admissions process? If so, you might be thinking about how you will finance your education. Financial aid looks a little bit different for graduate school than it …

By Kimberly English
Kimberly English Career Advisor
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What Is Grad School?

Whether you’re just starting college or about to graduate, you might be wondering whether you should go to grad school. This could be especially true if you’re considering a career in law or medicine, fields that require significant postgraduate education.

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