Monthly Archives: November 2007

Student Blogging, during the course, lets practitioners in on their work

A student of mine blogs adamantly about 3-D graphics programming. His blog is starting to take shape, and become an example for students. He put an image of his working program and some key snippets of code. I am encouraging … Continue reading

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Accounting Majors are driving the employment market: it's a candidate's market, baby

A two-year old accounting HR recruiter in San Antonio reports that her new firm is doing 1.2 million in business. Sounds like a fun job to have, locating accounting professionals in a market that is hungry for talent. What she … Continue reading

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Accounting Majors are driving the employment market: it’s a candidate’s market, baby

A two-year old accounting HR recruiter in San Antonio reports that her new firm is doing 1.2 million in business. Sounds like a fun job to have, locating accounting professionals in a market that is hungry for talent. What she … Continue reading

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Competing for the Next Generation of Applied Animal Sciences Professionals

When students graduate with degrees in biology, eyeing careers in biomedical engineering and becoming doctors, veterinary science professionals in animal food science are trying to compete. Leaders in the field admit it takes an effort to turn young people on … Continue reading

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When your major is hot… employers start courting you early

And if your major is pharmacology… you start hearing about career directions very early in P-school. According to the University of the Pacific, Stockton, CA, their students are being recruited heavily from early on. This must be heavenly for students, … Continue reading

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