Month: February 2020

How to Future-Proof Your Career Against AI

In a just a decade or too, artificial intelligence has gone from science fiction fantasy to an everyday reality for many of us. Do you have a smartphone with Siri or Google Assistant baked in? Perhaps an Amazon Echo standing on a bookcase back home? Those disembodied voices, linked over the internet to a […]

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Smart Writing as a New Start for Your Career

Hero Images/Getty Images If you search “smart writing” on Google, you’ll come across Moleskine’s smart writing system, but you won’t find much more information on the term. What’s smart writing, anyway? It’s not a term reserved for Moleskine. It’s something much broader; something that affects all of us. In its simplest definition, […]

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What to Do with a Public Policy Major?

Careers for Public Policy Majors WHAT IS A PUBLIC POLICY MAJOR? The University of Denver’s interdisciplinary program in public policy focuses on major social issues and how they impact the public and private sectors. public policy is a highly disciplined, evidence-based approach to the analysis and solution of contemporary issues like fiscal […]

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What to Do with a Design and the Arts Major?

At the intersection of design and the arts is a set of skills that allow for creative expression and communication. Whether you’re studying Art, Art History, Emergent Digital Practices (EDP), Film, Marketing, or another related program, these creative arts have the power to influence, persuade, and educate, along with the […]

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Marsico Scholar to Visit NSM!

The Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry is pleased to welcome Professor Raymond Trievel from the University of Michigan. As a visiting Marsico scholar, Dr. Trievel is a tremendous resource for undergraduate students wanting to learn more about research at a medical school and/or careers in biomedical research. You are invited to join […]

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Job Offers: 5 Things to Consider

Congratulations! You have a job offer. What to do next? You will likely have to live with the salary for at least a year so now is the time to think about the offer! Do research on the salary range by checking sites like salary.com, salaryexpert.com, and glassdoor.com. ** Take time: You […]

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Job Searching with a Chosen/Preferred Name

It’s the first thing you type in an application form, the biggest text on your resume, and the first thing a potential employer learns about you: your name. What captures us more succinctly and wholly than our name? It’s more than just a label, and it encompasses so much of […]

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Have You Met Your Career Advisors?

Career@DU is a collection of career offices across campus designed to meet the needs of every student. Whether you are a traditional undergraduate, a graduate student in a professional program or a student with unique needs, we’ve got career advisors and programs dedicated to supporting your career and professional development. Career […]

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Funding an Unpaid Internship

Have you learned about an amazing internship, but aren’t sure if you can afford to take the role because it is unpaid? Don’t be discouraged, there are a lot of options that can help make this work! Below you will find some great tips as well as information on funding […]

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Navigating Your Career Path?

Geography majors build an impressive skill set as they move through the curriculum. They have the chance to learn technical competencies such as remote sensing and GIS, obtain a deeper understanding of our earth and the environment, and build skills in teamwork, communication, research methods, and so much more. Dr. Paul […]

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Want to Stand Out? Share Your Global Perspective!

“As an international student, how can I stand out in the application process?” It’s a great question, and one that can lead to rich, engaging conversations. It’s also one of the most frequently asked questions that we respond to in Career & Professional Development. The internship and job search process […]

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Internships for Credit

If you have landed an internship, you might be wondering what steps you need to take in order to secure credit for the experience. Below are some important tips and considerations. Basics of Internship Credit Some companies will require that you get credit for your internship in order to participate, […]

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Interested in Learning about DO School?

Have you ever considered becoming an osteopathic doctor, or a D.O.? While the training for both M.D. (allopathic) and D.O. programs looks quite similar, a D.O. focuses on healing the whole person. A D.O. will partner with their patients in order to support them in being well, often asking questions about the […]

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Learn About Health Disparities in Denver!

Are you interested in learning more about health disparities? If you are a pre-health student, this is a particularly important topic to explore. Understanding health disparities is key to recognizing and responding to the needs of our community, and your knowledge will be tested in interviews for professional programs. What […]

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