Interstride: Immigration Q&A with Aaron Blumberg, Partner Immigration Attorney at Fragomen

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Immigration Q&A with Aaron Blumberg, Partner Immigration Attorney at Fragomen

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By Erin Wise
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It’s Never too Late to Get Involved!

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Your college experience is more than sitting through lectures, completing assignments, and preparing for tests. College is a place that allows students to learn and grow outside of the classroom and offers many …
By Rose Ulaner
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Student Organization Spotlight: Latin American Student Union (LASU)

Student Organization Spotlight: Latin American Student Union (LASU)

We are very excited to feature the Latin American Student Union (LASU) for our Student Organization Spotlight this week! Kassandra Moran answered questions on behave of this student organization.  Please view her responses below to learn more!

What is the …

By Sophia Givre ’11, MA ’13, PhD ’17
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Alumni Q&A with Tiffany Kwark ‘19

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The Basics: 

Tiffany Kwark, Public Health Advisor (Contact Tracer I) at New York City Health and Hospitals

Graduated from Binghamton University in 2019 with a degree in Human Development and a Master of Public Administration and Disaster Management. 

What activities …

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(Mental) Health Comes First | World Suicide Prevention Day 2020

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September 10th  is World Suicide Prevention Day. As students, scholars and future professionals in the Education and Human Services Career Cluster, this is an important day to reflect on mental health awareness. This article below points out some great ways …

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Recap: International Student Career Success Series

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This past week, students participated in workshops that were focused on searching for jobs and internships in the US.  Over the course of three days, students attended virtual events aimed at helping them with networking and communication with employers, attending …

By Erica Kryst
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This Scholar Wants to Make Grad School’s ‘Hidden Curriculum’ Visible

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As a grad student at the University of Pennsylvania, Jessica McCrory Calarco knew that after she got her degree, she wanted an academic job. But she didn’t know how to get there. She and her fellow grad students were expected …

By Sophia Givre ’11, MA ’13, PhD ’17
Sophia Givre ’11, MA ’13, PhD ’17 Career Consultant Sophia Givre ’11, MA ’13, PhD ’17
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3 Ways Structural Racism Could Be Hurting You at Work—and How to Navigate Them

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I thought it was a good meeting. Productive. Engaging. Kinetic. Crammed in a windowless conference room with fifteen of my colleagues and my dog to boot, we reshaped a proposed idea into a fully fleshed-out project plan by identifying its …

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Here’s How Unconscious Racial Bias Can Creep Into Recommendation Letters—and How You Can Avoid It

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Got a great student, junior scholar, or former employee who is a person of color (POC)? Planning to write them a super letter of reference? That’s great. Remember that letters of reference can make or break a candidate’s application for …

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International Student Career Success Week Starts Today!

International Student Career Success Week Starts Today!

The Virtual Job and Internship Fair is just over a week away! Do you want to brush up on your networking skills, learn how to get your CPT, or perfect your resume so you can make a great impression with …

By Alissa Strong
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