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Translating Research Experience into “Human Speak”

Megan Brew – October 27th, 2016

You arrive back on Grounds with a glimmer in your eye and pep in your step. You’re feeling energized after a summer of meaningful scientific research. As you sail into your fourth year, your research advisor begins to ask if you’ve considered the possibilities after graduation. After a bit of musing, you decide to take a few years exploring the corporate world before potentially transitioning back to graduate school to pursue your passion for scientific inquiry.


Join the NAB Technology Apprenticeship Program and NAB a job!

Christie Julien – October 27th, 2016

The NAB Education Foundation is now accepting applications
for the 2017 Technology Apprenticeship Program!

We are looking for recent college grads interested in learning about the behind-the-scenes technology that makes it possible for radio and television stations to broadcast sounds, images and video to the communities across the country.

Want to Relocate for your Tech Job?

Christie Julien – October 27th, 2016

Check out!

WhoIsHiring is a clever site that aggregates startup jobs around the world. The unique angle — a map that shows you exactly how many jobs are in a particular area — is a clever and fun hack on the boring job boards of old.

Created by Ania Bywanis and Sebastian Pawluś, the site is based in Krakow, Poland. It was a reaction to difficult job searches using outdated methods.

Blackademics: A Panel of Black Excellence

Jessica Bowers – October 27th, 2016

Friday, October 28 2016
Minor Hall 125
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM

Get ready to interact with a panel of Black Alumni, who will give the inside scoop of their diverse professions, which includes broadcasting, engineering, banking, medicine and the legal field! Let's join the talk!

Business Casual // Mel's Catering // Great Conversations

Sponsored by:

  • Black Student Research Network
  • Black Commerce Student Network
  • Black Law Student Association
  • National Society of Black Engineers

WVU Law's Bridging the Gap

Winnie Tsao – October 25th, 2016

Bridging the Gap provides individuals who may not have had the opportunity for legal mentoring the chance to meet with current law students and faculty to gain an insider’s view of the field. Program sessions include the law school admissions process, financing a legal education, interacting with current practitioners and students, and the simulation of a first-year law class. Lunch is provided.

Bridging the Gap includes: