Tag: Alumni Network

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Notable Alumna Women: Kristen Larsen

Clarkson is made up of notable and impactful women who defy convention and challenge the status quo. We are grateful for this unique community of alumnae, staff, faculty, and students who leave their mark on our campus and our world. Check out our series of blog posts highlighting just a few remarkable alumni women! Meet …

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Notable Alumna Women: Caralyn Mirand Koch

Clarkson is made up of notable and impactful women who defy convention and challenge the status quo. We are grateful for this unique community of alumnae, staff, faculty, and students who leave their mark on our campus and our world. Check out our series of blog posts highlighting just a few remarkable alumni women! Meet …

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Faces of Bioethics: An Interview with Bioethics MS Alum Taimy Falcon-Rodriguez

Taimy Falcon-Rodriguez

Bioethics is an increasingly complex discipline that plays an important role in several different industries and fields – from hospitals and nursing homes to clinical research labs and universities nationwide. But the number of people with a strong bioethics foundation to meet the growing needs of the world is small. Clarkson’s master’s degree program in …

Uncategorized, Undergrad

The Story of a Political Science Alum

The Department of Humanities & Social Sciences, offers bachelor’s degree programs in history, literature, interdisciplinary liberal studies, interdisciplinary social sciences, political science, and social documentation (a double major in communication and a humanities/social sciences major). We are a place where Clarkson students truly have the opportunity to explore their interests. While some students take their …

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Where My Chemical Engineering Degree Has Taken My Career

Hello, my name is Katie Gardner and I am a Clarkson alumnae, having earned my bachelor of science degree in Chemical Engineering in 2006. Since then, I have taken my career in many different directions and had a multitude of opportunities that have broadened my horizons and allowed me to strive every day to learn …

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How to Make a Career Change?

You’ve given it a lot of thought and you’ve reached a decision: You’re ready for a career change. But how do you make that happen? First, take some time to reflect on where you’ve been, where you’re headed and why you’re looking to make a career change. Begin by identifying the source(s) of your dissatisfaction: …

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6 Ways to Position Yourself for a Promotion

No matter how much you like your job, chances are a time will come when you want more. Adding responsibilities, challenges, and the accompanying income and stature is the natural next step in your career. But how do you make it happen? Here are six tips to position yourself for a promotion. Be a team …

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How to Build Your Professional Network

Hi everyone! My name is Kyaw Myo, and I am a rising sophomore with an engineering and management major at Clarkson University. If you are reading this, I assume you are someone who wants to start building your professional network or to take it to the next level. First, a little bit about me. I …

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Discover Why Clarkson Is the Smart Choice. Again.

If you’re looking into grad schools, you’ve got lots of good options. One of the best, especially for Clarkson students, is the university that you’re attending right now. The strengths that made Clarkson stand out among undergraduate institutions—rigor, innovation and results—set its graduate programs apart, too. Following are just some of the reasons Clarkson is …

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Choosing a Grad School Program: It’s All About the Fit

If you’re looking at grad school programs, that means you’ve already done the hard work of thinking about your long-term career goals and deciding which degree to pursue. Now, the task at hand is to research degree programs and find some favorites. A good place to start is with a checklist or spreadsheet of what …