Month: February 2020

Health Studies Career Night, February 15 2017

Prepared by Alexandra Jones, CAS Career Advising Team Assistant Did you miss the Health Studies Career Night, but are still interested in the information provided? Well, although you did miss the opportunity to directly communicate and network with professionals working in what may be your future career field, this blog […]

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Avoid these Words in your Resume

Getting your resume right is the most critical step of getting the job you’re targeting. It gives a detailed information not only about your educational and professional but also about your personality, which is the reason why several job aspirants don’t even get a response from the prospective employers despite […]

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How Playing Dungeons & Dragons Helped My Career

This blog was written by DU student Hannah Renea Bumgarner and originally appeared on HerCampus.com on January 31, 2018. The return of the liberal arts. The lack of soft skills. Employees who are content experts, but unable to work in groups and think dynamically or creatively.  The T-Shaped learner. These conversations are happening […]

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Where The Mind Is Without Fear

Where the mind is without fear and the head is held highWhere knowledge is freeWhere the world has not been broken up into fragmentsBy narrow domestic wallsWhere words come out from the depth of truthWhere tireless striving stretches its arms towards perfectionWhere the clear stream of reason has not lost […]

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WHY ATTEND A CAREER FAIR

Career Fairs can be a helpful strategy for looking for internships or jobs. Here’s why you want to consider attending: ** Good way to learn about companies—Think of the career fair as a great way to explore and learn more about companies that will be a fit for you and that […]

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Cooking Up Job Satisfaction

As a college student, especially those close to graduation, there is a lot of pressure to get a job. People are always asking, “Have you found a job?”, “What are you doing after graduation?” or “How is the job search?” Due to this pressure, many new graduates will accept the […]

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So…You Don’t Want to Go to Medical School?

The dreaded decision for any pre-health student is whether or not to pursue the health professions (particularly medicine) when times get tough. In many cases, pre-health students have always wanted to be a physician, nurse, pharmacist, or PA and help people through healthcare. Before coming to DU, I advised Pre-Nursing majors and […]

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Bloom’s Taxonomy Across Stages of Language Acquisition

Bloom’s Taxonomy Across Stages of Language Acquisition Levels of thinking and language functions Level of thinking and academic language move from concrete recall to more complex and more abstract in any undertaking. Language use across stages of second-language acquisition Moves from simple to complex in grammatical tenses, forms, vocabulary, etc. […]

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When it’s time to ask for a raise

Asking for a raise certainly falls into the category of things outside the comfort zone: it may be weird, difficult, and intimidating. Addressing a boss for a salary inquiry has always been one of the things that employees fear because, simply saying, some bosses may face it with a negative […]

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3 New Career Paths in 3D Printing

3D printing is an amazing innovation that has developed quickly in recent years, with this technology being applied in numerous fields. The potential of 3D printing could be a real game-changer for many industries, from medicine to construction, and even food and leisure. As this technology continues to develop and become […]

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Jingle Bells

Jingle Bells Bing Crosby, The Andrews Sisters Jingle bells, jingle bellsJingle all the way,Oh what fun it is to rideIn a one-horse open sleigh,Jingle bells, jingle bellsJingle all the way,Oh what fun it is to rideIn a one-horse open sleigh. Dashing through the snowIn a one-horse open sleighThrough the fields we […]

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Gadkari Witnesses High Efficiency Logistic Vehicles in Gothenburg, Sweden

Union Minister for Road Transport & Highways and MSMEs Shri Nitin Gadkari visited the Swedish Logistics Automotive manufacturer ‘Volvo’ in Gothenburg, Sweden today. The Minister saw high-efficiency logistics vehicles (road-trains), LNG trucks, electric trucks, etc. Volvo is one of the world’s largest manufacturers of heavy-duty trucks, construction equipment, buses and heavy-duty […]

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