Month: May 2020

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Reh School of Business Waives GMAT/GRE Requirement for 2020-2021

The Reh School of Business is waiving its requirement for GMAT or GRE scores temporarily for all applicants seeking to start their graduate business degree in the summer 2020 quarter, fall 2020 semester/quarter, winter 2021 quarter or spring 2021 semester/quarter; and permanently for Clarkson undergraduate students who who have a cumulative GPA of 3.3 or …

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Student Life Podcast: Episode 5 – The Clarkson Union Board

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For this episode of the podcast, we sat down with Caleb DeLaBruere, the Vice President of the Clarkson Union Board. We discussed what the club does and talked a bit about the events they host. The Clarkson Union Board (CUB) is “…basically Clarkson’s entertainment provider,” says DeLaBruere. CUB is responsible for being the “middle man” …

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Pursuing a Career in Healthcare Management

When it comes to career outlook, fields within the healthcare industry continue to top the charts. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, between now and 2028, the overall projected job growth for healthcare occupations is 14 percent, translating to more job growth within the healthcare industry than any other occupational group.   As the …

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Student Life Podcast: Episode 7- Intramural Sports

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If you like to spend your time running around and playing fun sports, then this is the podcast for you! On this episode we sat down with Erik Whitcombe to talk about intramural and club sports. Whitcombe is the Director of Intramurals and the Club Sports Liaison. For intramurals Whitcombe’s responsibility is “to provide comprehensive …

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Student Life Podcast: Episode 6 – Student Organizations

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On this episode of the podcast we sat down with Megan Munley, the Assistant Director of Student Life, to talk about what she does! Munley says, “I have the privilege of working primarily with our fraternities and sororities here on campus.” She goes on to say that she also works along side the Clarkson University …