Sarabeth Morofsky

Associate Director, Career & Professional Development

Sarabeth Morofsky

I was born and raised in Brooklyn, NY, which makes me a huge bagel and pizza snob. But, being a New Yorker also taught me how to appreciate and work with people from all walks of life, which is why I love working with DU students!

I serve undergraduate STEM students as a liaison to the Ritchie School of Engineering and Computer Science and Natural Sciences & Mathematics. I support student development and help students translate their experiences to the professional world. I have a particular interest and passion for supporting student athletes and first generation students.

I have been a higher education professional for over 10 years. I’ve worked for other higher education institutions such as Ohio University, George Mason University, and George Washington University in disciplines such as Admissions, Advising, Marketing, and Recruiting. As a STEM student myself, I earned my BS in Hearing, Speech & Language Sciences from Ohio University and my MPS in Strategic Public Relations from the George Washington University. I am also currently a doctoral student in the Higher Education Administration program at DU! Outside of work, I enjoy skiing, cooking, and working with my photography business. Fun fact: In undergrad I was in an underground break dancing group! I am also ambidextrous and allergic to bananas.

“We are all just trying to turn hard work into chicken nuggets.” – Matt Bellasai

Education:

  • Current Doctoral Student (EdD), Higher Education, University of Denver
  • Master of Professional Studies, Strategic Public Relations – The George Washington University
  • Bachelor of Science in Hearing, Speech & Language Science – Ohio University
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2021 Summer Internship Award Program

The Summer Internship Award Program through Career & Professional Development is now live and ready for applicants! The Summer Internship Award Program is designed to increase the ability for students to participate in internship opportunities that are unpaid. Internships may …

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