Recently for one of my courses’ assignment, Public Health Foundations, I had to interview two faculty members in the School of Public Health and I chose to talk to two members who have a strong background in nutrition and health in the department of Applied Health Science, namely Dr. Alice […]
With graduation slowly approaching, I have found myself reflecting over my past four years at IU. More specifically, I deem my freshman year as the most memorable because I was so disconnected from career development. We all know that the first year of college is more about adapting to the […]
What career lessons can be learned from a failing paper supply company? Here are some tips gleaned from NBC’s hit series, The Office, which I hope will leave you satisfied and smiling. (“That’s what she said!”)
Why is Health Behavior for you? Find out what’s in store for you if you choose to get a Ph.D. in Health Behavior!
Meet Sarah Callihane, a SPEA graduate working in the field of Public Health. Her fascinating story shows that your experience is more important than your degree when it comes to entering getting a job – and that ‘experience’ can mean a lot of things!
It’s Monday – a fact that is typically met with a collective groan. But today isn’t just any ol’ Monday – it’s MLK Day. For many, this translates to a day off. But for me and thousands of others across the nation, it’s quite the opposite. It is a Day […]
As bloggers, we are learning and exploring different aspects of the professional world- putting ourselves out there and sharing our experiences with you. We strive for positive personal growth and with the new year, we are reminded of ways to improve. At the dawn of the New Year, 3 main […]
First of all, all credit goes to Shannen, the blog editor for suggesting the title of this unique blog post! Indeed, after we talked about it, I was wondering to myself – like Shannen, how many other undergraduates are curious to know about the academic lives of doctoral students, and […]
On this occasion, get rid of the stress and do some mess. Eat well and get that sleep you’ve been craving for! It’s called my energy-saving mode! No better way to tackle what’s on your to-do list – job hunts, interviews, internship, studies…Oh, I forgot to tell you – get […]
My last post got me thinking more about the other ways there are to network and look for jobs that are a little easier on introverts. I also started thinking that winter break is the perfect time to start the job search, whether you’re looking for a summer internship or […]