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Nishant Udeshi

Productive Slacking with Anirudh Dhebar

“Create your own little slacks every day and be productive, not different” said professor Anirudh Dhebar as he finished the last bit of rice and curry in his plate while leaving me full of food for thought. Lunch time at Olin café is pretty usual – multiple tables of graduate students discussing their group assignments…

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Graduate Center for Career Development

THE INTERSECTION OF MONEY AND MEANING

By Linh Le, MBA Candidate 2019 I was fortunate to have been sponsored by the Graduate Affinity Conference Sponsorship and was able to attend the Social Capital Market (SOCAP) conference. “SOCAP is the world’s leading conference activating the capital markets to drive positive social and environmental impact – convening the marketplace at the intersection of money…

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Alexandra Dunk

Pitch to Progress: Rocket Pitch Results

You practice for weeks. You make your pitch. Now what? Rocket Pitch, presented by the Blank Center, is a different kind of pitch event. Presenters have only three minutes and three slides to communicate the differentiating elements of their business ideas. Feedback is built into the event, with every presenter getting live feedback on the…

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Patricia Berens

Is Your Research Country-Specific? We Have Some Great Resources for You!

Did you know that Horn Library subscribes to several research sources that provide in-depth analyses of the political and economic landscapes in various countries?  Check out these links: BMI Research — look for their country risk reports which are updated quarterly and provide political and economic SWOT analyses, plus data. Emerging Markets Information Service —…

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Peer Career Ambassadors

Accepting an Offer

This blog post was written by Peer Career Ambassador, Vivian Hsieh ’20 Congratulations to the students who have received an offer or multiple ones! An offer on its own is a great recognition of your hard-work and dedication, so you should definitely be proud of yourself! However, if you find yourself to be questioning “now…

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Peer Career Ambassadors

Networking Over Thanksgiving Break

This blog post was written by Peer Career Ambassador, Pranjal Joshi (’19) Even though Thanksgiving is a great break from campus, academics and other responsibilities, it’s not a break from networking. It’s often that networking is done only when someone is looking for a job or an internship. This Thanksgiving why not send cards to…

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Patricia Berens

Looking for statistics? Try Statista!

Statista has lots of industry, market, and economic statistics from major countries around the world, plus “dossiers” of related data on a variety of topics.  It’s very easy to use, provides details about and links to the original sources of the data, provides proper citations, and allows for easy exporting of graphs and charts. Statista…

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The Glavin Office

Swecha Reflection

This blog post was written by BRIC Participants Chris Lally and Ursula Dedekind… When we encounter or become aware of social issues and have the means to help, what is our responsibility? Coming into our week as team leaders, our intention was “care for the cohort”, a goal that we set in order to ensure that…

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Peer Career Ambassadors

One Step Ahead: Designing Your Own Business Card

This blog post was written by Peer Career Ambassador, Sydney Huang (’20). You’ve heard it over and over: make sure you have a personal brand! This could mean anywhere from knowing your personal pitch to being mindful on how you are portraying yourself on social media. However, if you really want to make an impression,…

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