Experiential

Take your learning outside the classroom with experiential opportunities that bring your studies to life – like study abroad or domestic exchange, working as a research or teaching assistant, civic engagement and service learning courses, and doing a thesis or other capstone work. Don’t think of these as “extras.” They’re an integral part of your education – promoting personal growth and academic success – and they need not cost more than you pay for tuition.

New To Project Management? Here Are 50 Terms You Should Know (From the Trello blog)

Project management is a skill that is valuable in every career path, in every industry. 

Learn more about what project management is, and start learning the lingo, as well as parts of the project management process, and how things fit …

By Sam Milbrath
Sam Milbrath
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Welcome, New Students!

Whether you are an incoming first year student or a new transfer student, your SBS advising team is excited to meet you and to welcome you to your new home away from home!

You are a member of an inspiring …

By Carol Sharick
Carol Sharick Director of Career and Professional Development for Undergraduates, College of Social and Behavioral Sciences
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Congratulations, SBS Graduates!

You did it!!!! We are so very proud of you for achieving this momentous accomplishment! Take the time to be proud of ALL you have accomplished, and all you’ve been through, and that you have made it to this moment. …

By Carol Sharick
Carol Sharick Director of Career and Professional Development for Undergraduates, College of Social and Behavioral Sciences
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This resource contains a variety of sample resumes that are appropriate for SBS majors.  Use these as a formatting …