Taking a Gap Year Will Definitely (Not) Ruin Your Career Prospects!

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“Life is best lived working.  The more work the better.  Americans follow this life mantra: We work harder, longer, and with less vacation than nearly all our 1st world peer countries.”

That’s why gap years are so dangerous.  Taking a …

By Kaitlynn Cull
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SGIS in DC – Interning at the National Endowment for Democracy!

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Do you dream of interning or working in Washington, DC?  Thanks to a new partnership between the School of Global and International Studies and the National Endowment for Democracy, you can pursue your dream!  Want to know more about what …

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The Walter Center’s Declassified End of Semester Survival Guide

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“It’s the most wonderful time of the year!” Can’t you just hear that catchy Christmas song in your head?  While the holidays and winter break are definitely a wonderful time for most of us, these weeks leading up to finals…not …

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Thanksgiving? More Like Jobsgiving!

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Thanksgiving is a great time.  Lots of food, no class, sleeping in, everyone in your family asking what you’re going to do with your life…if all the attention is getting to be too much over the holidays, kindly inform everyone …

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2018 Cheng Wu Innovation Challenge – Open to all Students!

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Have you ever had a great idea for a technological innovation that could change the world? If so, form a team with at least one student in the School of Informatics, Computing, and Engineering and enter the 2018 Cheng Wu …

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