Being a good professor is a lot like being a good parent at times: you have to “make” your students do things that they would rather not do because you know deep down that it’s good for them. As a professor, I like to think of it as “creating opportunities”… Continue Reading Giving Students the Boot: Professor or Parent?
So if you follow me elsewhere in addition to me talking about that thing called the Grip Juicer contest, you might have also seen me talk about something called the Next Gen Dinner Series! The next gen dinner series is a pretty cool thing. Graduating students or recent grads from… Continue Reading Experience Opportunities: Next Gen Dinner Series
I can’t believe that my first month, of my last semester at DC has already come and gone! As I’ve mentioned before, this semester is condensed as we have our placement just a little over half-way through, so it has been pretty busy right of the bat! Our schedule is… Continue Reading January in Review
It’s no secret that I love social media, so I guess it was only a matter of time before I wrote a little bit about the topic! This year, we were required to have a LinkedIn profile for to of our classes (One being Social Media – one assignment was… Continue Reading 5 Reasons Why Students Need LinkedIn
Here is a list of some odds and ends that I believe have helped me in my career. To some they may be common sense. But if it’s your first job, and you don’t have a mentor to guide you, these may not be obvious. These are not about creating… Continue Reading 5 Career Building Tips according to Debby