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The program and the people

Hi, my name is Scotty and I graduated from Oklahoma State University in May of 2015 with a degree in Management Information Systems. I interned with Williams the summer before coming on as a full-time employee in the rotational program. 370 more words

Early Career

Making a long-term impact in a short-term role

Hi, my name is Katy and I graduated from Oklahoma State University (Go Pokes!) in May 2014. Prior to graduation, I spent the summer of 2013 interning at Williams in Tulsa, Oklahoma. 267 more words

Early Career

Fantasy Football: Carson Wentz is a must start player this week

The Philadelphia Eagles are back from their bye week and back to being relevant for fantasy football. Rookie quarterback Carson Wentz is a must start if you have him on your team. 244 more words

Philadelphia Eagles

Do All the Things

If you want to find the perfect outfit, there is no substitute for shopping around and trying things on to see how they fit.

I’m coaching a group of college students these days. 432 more words


ECR Development: ‘Hack-a-demia’

The Exchange is delighted to announce ‘Hack-a-demia’ – a free one day conference on ‘Future Proofing your academic career’. This event is for PhD students and Early Career Researchers from Exchange partner HEIs. 48 more words

Funding Opportunity: Carnegie

Forward dates for your diary from Carnegie


Funding Opportunity: Breast Cancer

If you’re a breast cancer researcher based anywhere in the UK or Ireland, you could be eligible for a project grant to support your work. We are now inviting project grant applications from researchers who have a strong track record in their field and who want to work in one of our priority areas; risk and prevention, early detection and diagnosis, treatment and secondary breast cancer.  52 more words