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And the results are in...

Thank you everyone who participated in our poll! We asked you “What navigation tools would use on our mobile app?”

We had a overwhelming response and the #1 thing you wanted to have on the mobile app is: 83 more words

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Career Center

For my first PR campaign, I was tasked with the responsibility to create a campaign for our schools Career Center on how they can make students more aware that they can help them improve their professionalism. 208 more words

Courtney

Mind Your Mobile Manners: Smartphone Etiquette Is Always in Style

Originally posted by Lindsey Pollak 15 July

Pot, meet kettle. A new survey out from Bank of America found that less than 20 percent of adults think they are on their mobile phone too much, yet more than half believe others are. 563 more words

IAEE

A Career Adventure that started with...

After nearly a decade at one company, I had found myself out of work for the first time since 2004.  I was shocked and saddened and burdened with guilty feelings. 439 more words

Job

Lynn Stauffer, Sarah Dove Receive Women in Business Awards

Lynn Stauffer and Sarah Dove have been honored as the University’s first recipients of the North Bay Business Journal’s Women in Business awards.

Stauffer, the Dean of the School of Science and Technology, joined the faculty of the Computer Science Department at Sonoma State in 1994 after earning her Ph.D. 198 more words

Honors And Achievements

Actively Wander...with an English degree

Every university student is asked the question, “What are you studying?”  After the first two dozen times, students are able to gauge and predict the responses they will receive once they share their degree, and one I regularly hear is, “You must love reading!” Most English majors have heard this response once they have told their field of study.  923 more words

Advice

Career development and why it's as important as your degree

On top of student loan repayment, one of the biggest causes of anxiety for college graduates is uncertainty of employment. Will the job market favor those with a degree in molecular biology or professional communication? 758 more words

Academics