The Viroid Gene and Cell Transition

Tiana Luo, COL ’24, Fort Collins, Colorado

Ten weeks ago, I stepped into this microbiology lab with no prior wet lab experience or any even knowing how to properly use a pipette. My past experiences in research mostly involved data …

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Investment Banking Superday Tips from Penn Career Services

Investment banking recruitment for summer 2024 analyst positions is very much underway. We recognize this time can be extraordinarily stressful! Lately, our office has been receiving many questions about how to best prepare for the final part of the investment …

By Megan Chambers
Megan Chambers Associate Director, Wharton Undergrad
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Finding a Career Mentor (in Addition to an Academic One)

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 Director, Graduate Career Initiatives
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A week of career-focused programs for first-gen grad students!

Open to all graduate students, but with a specific focus on the experience of first gen graduate students, we encourage you all to take advantage of some of our upcoming workshops and programs as part of the First Gen Graduate …

By Joseph Barber
Joseph Barber Director, Graduate Career Initiatives
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Hearing from STEM Recruiters

by Mitali Temurnikar, Graduate Assistant

On February 17, 2023; Penn Career Services hosted a STEM Career Fair for students interested in all things science, data, and technology. In a casual chat with recruiters from the organizations that were at the …

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Reflecting on a Summer of NGO Work

Albena Ruseva, COL ’24, Sofia, Bulgaria

This past summer, I had the rare opportunity to intern at “Center for Humane Policy”, a non-governmental organization, whose main goal is to assist active drug and alcohol users in their day to day …

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Lead With Curiosity and Creativity in Your Career

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 Director, Graduate Career Initiatives
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Research & Teamwork at the Reese Lab

Shristi Mapchan, COL ’25, Lilburn, GA

This summer, I did research at the Reese Lab at PennMedicine this summer, focusing on research of transplant nephrology. I worked on a variety of projects and worked with different teams of people at …

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CS Radio – Episode 177: Writer JoEllen Notte on Becoming a Published Author

Episode 177 – Our first guest of the new year! Author JoEllen Notte joins us to talk about her journey from blogging and social media to becoming a fully published author. She discusses her first book, her battle with depression, …

By Michael DeAngelis
Michael DeAngelis Senior Associate Director, Communications & Technology
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The Itsy Bitsy Bubble

Dahin Song, SEAS ’24, Chantilly, VA

Who knew that bubbles could be so educational?

I had the opportunity of researching in the SMART lab, led by Dr. Daeyeon Lee. It is a sizable lab, one with many members and a …

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