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Career Engagement- Skills I've Learned through the UAC

Involvement on campus is something I have always been fond of for so many reasons- you meet people of value who hold your same interests, look at the campus through a different and more personal lens, and my personal favorite- sharpen skills that will help you to excel in the workplace. 476 more words

Career Communications

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Arriving on the scene of sharing ideas and musings with an imaginary audience are the reasons for the erudite wordsmith presently viewed. Opinions given are singularly expressed, as none are aware, or concerned, with the provision of same; incidentally, the author cares less the involvement of WordPress and its collection of input from anyone associated with its community. 8 more words

Give a Hand Campaign

As this fall’s football season has come to a close, I have had a chance to reflect on how well the Game Day Recycling Challenge has gone. 637 more words

Social Engineering

How To Get Involved

Whether you’re going into advertising and public relations or want to be a scientist, in order to succeed, it’s important to get involved. Being involved in different organizations or activities gives you a chance to meet new people, build your resume, and learn more about your field. 318 more words


PRioRiTy project in Birmingham

Last Thursday I was invited to Birmingham to take part in the PrioRiTy project (Prioritising Recruitment in Randomised Trials)

I’d been contacted ages ago and Caroline Whiting, Research Manager, James Lind Alliance… 837 more words


The Power of Engagement

Engagement has the power to transform people’s lives, hopefully making them better but sometimes making them worse.

I strongly believe that successful engagement is rewarding for people with personal experience of mental health problems and the individuals and organisations they work with. 232 more words

Mental Health

Football and Recycling: The Dynamic Duo

Football. America’s favorite past time. Growing up in the south I was always acutely aware of the prevalence of football in our culture. Every weekend was filled with family get-togethers, playing card games, and watching the football game. 777 more words

Social Engineering