CS Radio – Episode 132: “The Podcast Life”

CS Radio - Episode 132:

Mylene and Michael are joined by podcast and producer Shannon Perry to discuss why podcasting is an attractive thing to have on your resume, and why podcasting is such a fast growing industry itself.

Show Notes

Four Ways Podcasting Improves …

By Michael DeAngelis
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How can I get less distracted while learning or working from home?

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As we’ve passed a year of the pandemic and many people across the country are preparing to receive a vaccine, it’s an excellent time to remind yourself that if you’re reading this post, you’re fortunate enough to have survived a …

By Robin Chakrabarti
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4 Ways Podcasting Improves Your Chances of Getting Hired

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During Covid, many people have looked for new forms of entertainment and hobbies. And one form that’s both entertainment and hobby is podcasting. According to Infinite Dial, 55 percent of people in the U.S. listened to a podcast in 2020, …

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5 Ways to Effectively End a Conversation at Work—So You Can Protect Your Time and Energy

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Maybe this has happened to you: An important client repeatedly uses precious meeting time to catch up on the latest reality TV and the clock—and your patience—is ticking. If meetings with a coworker repeatedly run over and cause you to …

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How Graduate Students Can Make the Most of Virtual Networking

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For the last year, most of us have spent a significant amount of time working and learning remotely.  And most of us have gotten pretty good at this as online tools improve and we have gotten more comfortable with connecting …

By Dianne Hull
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PhD Questions of the Month – March 2021

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Welcome to another installment of our blog series, PhD Questions of the Month, where the Grad Student/Postdoc Team at Career Services answers the top 2-3 questions that we have been asked in our individual PhD career advising appointments. This month, …

By Joseph Barber
Joseph Barber Senior Associate Director, Graduate Students & Postdocs Joseph Barber
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The World Beyond the Button – advice for PhDs

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Check out this post from the Carpe Careers blog published on the Inside Higher Ed website – written by PhD/postdoc career advisors for PhD students and postdocs:

By Joseph Barber
Joseph Barber Senior Associate Director, Graduate Students & Postdocs Joseph Barber
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CS Radio – Episode 131: “Spring Mix”

CS Radio Episode 131: Spring Mix

J. Michael and A. Mylene reach back into the CS Radio grab bag for questions on Zoom fatigue, remote internships, summer funding, and more!

Show Notes

Four Causes of Zoom Fatigue and How to Combat Them (via Standford)
Handshake “Remote” …

By Michael DeAngelis
Michael DeAngelis Senior Digital Resources Manager Michael DeAngelis
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9 Tips to Turn Networking Contacts Into Meaningful Relationships, From a Serial Connector

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The goal in any meaningful relationship is to give it depth. That’s what my book, The Lost Art of Connecting: The Gather, Ask, Do Method for Building Meaningful Business Relationships, is all about. Of course, not every networking contact has …

By Susan McPherson - The Muse
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Spring Tips with Summer Around the Corner

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Now that it’s officially spring, the weather is getting nicer (thank goodness), and the end of the semester is arriving sooner than you think. With that in mind, here is a very short list of a few tips to remember/complete …

By Kevin Haines
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