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Gender confidence gap evident amongst first year students

I’m writing this on Transfer Deadline Day, so apologies if I have to break off periodically to announce that an already-rich-as-Croesus footballer has moved from one money-making corporate entity to another, to the immense satisfaction of his agent and the up-market retail outlets in his latest port of convenience. 526 more words

Graduate Recruitment

Alpata: A Journal of History seeking student editors

The department’s prize-winning student journal, Alpata, is assembling a new editorial board for the 2014-15 issue. If you are a student interested in becoming a part of the journal, contact Prof. 8 more words

Undergraduates

Cheers to the New Year

Well, I’m back. It has been quite a long leave of absence but I lost motivation, found my life too droll for a blog and over the summer I focused on my travel blog about my adventures in Germany which I also began to ignore after a few weeks abroad. 883 more words

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Advice #1 : Top Tips for English Literature undergraduates

Having recently graduated from a course in Literature I feel like it would be a total waste not to share the knowledge I’ve acquired over the last three years. 948 more words

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Undergraduates research military uses of 3D printers

Shrouded military projects don’t usually get assigned to undergraduate students. However, thanks to the connections of the new engineering department chair, students at Olivet Nazarene University are being funded to do research in additive manufacturing that would usually happen only at the graduate level. 991 more words

Friends and Family. Filling the void left by careers service confusion in schools?

I hated being a Fresher. Even though I was young, spotty and a virgin when I started university I thought of myself as far too sophisticated and grown-up to be lumped alongside all the other spotty young virgins the older kids called Freshers. 742 more words

Graduate Recruitment

Strengthening the STEM Pipeline

Washington NASA Space Grant Consortium received an additional NASA grant of just under $500,000 to increase student and faculty engagement in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) at our state’s community colleges and technical schools. 113 more words

Undergraduates