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4 Fantastic Ways to Spice Up Your LinkedIn Profile (While in College)
If you want to improve your chances of getting a great job after you graduate, you need to start creating an optimized LinkedIn profile while in school. You see, an optimized LinkedIn profile can help recruiters find you when looking to hire interns or new college grads. Here are four ways to
Games in the Classroom with The Twine Cookbook
by Anastasia Salter My favorite tool for teaching game-making, interactive storytelling, and hypertext is Twine. Iíve talked here at ProfHacker about both Twine 1.x and Twine 2, and itís my go-to recommendation for most classroom needs when someone is trying to introduce technology. However, the existence of competing versions and story formats can make it difficult for students unfamiliar with the platform to find resources online. The Twine Cookbook, a new project hosted by the Interactive Fiction Technology Foundation and currently led by Dan Cox and Twine creator Chris Klimas, is an o...
Bring Computer Science to Your Community: Volunteer with Google igniteCS
Googleís igniteCS student volunteer program is kicking off another year of computer science (CS) volunteering! For the past three years, university students around the US with a passion for computer science have gone into local K12 schools, spreading the excitement to the next generation about where
Uncluttererís 2017 Holiday Gift Giving Guide: Tech Gadgets
by David Caolo Holiday shopping time is here, and with it comes the opportunity to buy cool tools! Here are our picks for super-cool gadgets that the tech-friendly unclutterers on your list will love. The iFixit Essential Electronics Toolkit contains unique and essential tools for most electronics repairs like screen and battery replacements. Itís also useful for repairing other electronics and household appliances. It has a great little carrying case with designated spots for each tool so you know where everything belongs and can easily see when something is missing. If thereís a ti...
Five Steps To Writing an Outstanding PhD Thesis Proposal
by Dora Farkas, PhD Your Thesis Proposal Isn't Just About Getting Your Degree I remember the time that I was in the process of writing a thesis proposal in my second year of graduate school. It had to be 10-20 pages long, which was short compared to the length of the actual doctoral
MicroMasters: The Bridge Between a Bachelorís Degree and a Graduate Degree
Save Time and Money While Advancing Your Career by Terri Williams Sometimes, a bachelorís degree isnít enough Ė but who has the time (and an extra $30,000) to attend grad school? However, a MicroMasters is the middle ground between a bachelorís degree and a masterís degree, an
Application Timetable for Graduate School
If youre thinking about going to graduate school, you should begin planning at least 15 months before the program starts. Here is a typical application timetable: June to August ◾Think about what type of graduate school you want to attend and what you want to achieve. ◾Compile a
My Path to Google: Jasmine Collins, Google Brain Residency Alumna
Welcome to the ninth installment of our blog series ďMy Path to Google.Ē These are real stories from Googlers, interns, and alumni highlighting how they got to Google, what their roles are like, and even some tips on how to prepare for interviews. Todayís post is all about Jasmine Collins. Read
Is it feasible to run a business in addition to your studies?
By Anton Lucanus We all know that university is an expensive endeavor, and todayís students are a tech-savvy and entrepreneurially minded bunch. But how feasible is it to run business on the side of your studies? Traditionally people looking at making cash off of a side-hustle had a full-time salary gig to finance their endeavor, and there are their fair share of glamorous success stories. Like, Shark Tank star and fashion mogul, Daymond John, who built up his clothing empire FUBU, while working full time at Red Lobster for four years, or business coach Luisa Zhou, whose side-hustle not ...
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Florida Coastal Law's Practitioner Clinics
Florida Coastal Law's Practitioner Clinic is an innovative course offering students a chance to work closely on pro bono cases with a practicing lawyer. Students are often invited to work on these cases in the practitioner's office off campus, and the Clinics are offered as two credits with an evening classroom component.
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Florida Coastal Law Offers LLM & Certificate in Logistics & Transportation
Florida Coastal Law is the first law school in the U.S. to offer an online LL.M. Degree or Certificate in Logistics & Transportation. Students in the 24-credit LL.M. or 12-credit Certificate program gain expertise in global logistics and transportation law through cutting-edge courses taught by attorneys and industry professionals online.
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