Tips for Talking to Scientists (and other fun people)

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Are you registered for Networking @ Nite? Wondering what to expect? What to say? How to follow up?

Networking events can be a little awkward, but this event is designed to be low stress. Networking @ Nite may not be …

By Kimberly White
Kimberly White Career Advisor Kimberly White
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Explain It Like I’m 5: Sharing Your Research With a Wider Audience

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Are you an undergraduate researcher? Whether you’re doing research on or off campus, figuring out the best ways to articulate your research can be challenging. This is true in discipline-specific settings (poster presentations and conference), but becomes even tougher when …

By Kimberly White
Kimberly White Career Advisor Kimberly White
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27 Leaders, Athletes & Celebrities You Wouldn’t Know Have Learning Disabilities

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In your job search journey, it can be helpful and inspirational to look to leaders in the professions you are passionate about or want to learn more about who came across challenges as students and, through those challenges discovered their …

By Beth Wade
Beth Wade Assistant Director, Career & Professional Development Beth Wade
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Internships and Careers at Microsoft for Individuals on the Autism Spectrum

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Ranked by Forbes as #2 on their list of World’s Best Employers, Microsoft Corp. proudly carries at least a dozen other boast-worthy rankings, including #3 World’s Most Valuable Brand, #16 Top Regarded Company, and #50 America’s Best Employer. Who better …

By Beth Wade
Beth Wade Assistant Director, Career & Professional Development Beth Wade
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Are You Considering Medical School? You Might Want to Attend Networking @ Nite!

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Is medical school your primary career goal?

It’s a great goal to have, but there are quite a few steps you will need to take to get there. One of those steps, toward the end of the admissions process, is …

By Kimberly White
Kimberly White Career Advisor Kimberly White
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