Computer Science & Engineering

How to Get and Stay Organized During Your Job Search

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There are a lot of logistics that go into looking for a new job. You have to keep track of not only all the jobs you applied for and which materials you sent in, but also which companies have gotten …

By Kelli Delfosse
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7 Ways Job Searching Will Be Different in 2021 (and How You Can Adapt)

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I know everyone is tired of hearing the words “unprecedented” and “2020” together. So I’m going to say that this last year was…extremely unordinary. And it’s probably safe to say that many of us are eager to put 2020 in …

By Kelli Delfosse
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Why Undergraduate Research Matters in College

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The phrase undergraduate research may prompt images of lab coats and test tubes, but that’s only a narrow slice of the whole experience. Undergraduate research opportunities extend across disciplines, taking many forms and offering benefits regardless of major, experts say, …

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Should You Get Your PhD in Engineering?

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Is it worth it to continue the academic track towards an engineering PhD, or are you be better off going into the industry, paying back those student loans? The answer depends on what you want from your engineering career.

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By Kelli Delfosse
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7 Questions You Should Definitely Ask When Interviewing for a Remote Job

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If you’re interviewing for a remote job, digging into the culture of the company where you’re hoping to work should be a top priority. And understanding the remote work culture specifically is even more crucial. Why? As experts point out, …

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