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UCF College of Business Launches Office of Professional Development

UCFs College of Business has taken a step to reshape the role advising plays in the education of our students. The Office for Career Connections and Undergraduate Student Services have been merged to form the Office for Professional Development. 416 more words

Recruiting

Indie Scene

I just started work with a student interested in becoming an entrepreneur. And rightly so: he’s handling the business end of a clothing line that he started with a designer friend of his. 563 more words

Independent Counselor

Summer Advising and Registration is NOW!

General Registration for summer credit classes runs April 17th through May 18th. The summer semester begins Monday, May 19th. You must see your assigned Advisor before you are able to register for classes via WebAdvisor. 41 more words

Durham Tech

College students: Don't be afraid to ask for help

By Jonathan Lopes
Campus News

I would characterize my psychological health as ever evolving. I went through a large period as an adolescent as a simple minded and comfortable, yet largely unaware of the outside world and exposed glimpses of internal insecurity. 885 more words

Features

Excellence in April

After Madness, comes Anticipation. In the sports world, April is a period of eager awaiting: as baseball teams take to the field, and professional football and basketball leagues highlight their drafts of college athletes, while colleges engage in “signing day” expectations and celebrations. 724 more words

Organizational Culture

New Pension Plans from Small Businesses

Prestige Tax and Trust Services discuss auto-enrollment pensions

The team at Prestige Tax and Trust Services were interested to read about the new tactic being employed by smaller business firms to attract better staff. 367 more words

Prestige Tax And Trust Services

Public display of affection for Prof. Gib Richards

Dear Prof. Richards:

When I was still a teenager, you were my undergraduate advisor at the University of New Mexico (UNM). While seated in your office surrounded by rubber chickens, whoopee cushions, and other fanciful toys, I asked: “How can I know if I will ultimately enjoy a career in Mechanical Engineering?” You replied: “If you are willing to graduate one or two semesters late, then you can find the answer to that question by doing a co-op student internship.” To prepare me for this opportunity, you first made arrangements for a local internship at the Air Force Research Laboratory (then still named Weapons Laboratory) at Kirtland AFB. 258 more words

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