Does the thought of networking make you cringe? Or, you have been called for an interview and now what? Learn how can you get the inside scoop about a field that interest you to help you feel prepared and find out what it takes to make a good impression on Thursday, April 2, 2015, in the BURN workshop, Job Networking and Interviewing Techniques, presented by the Career Development Center. Join us in Argyros Forum 209A, 12-1 p.m. where we will cover the basic techniques to help you feel prepared and confident when meeting people and in a job interview.RSVP with Taryn StroopAbout BURN:BURN is Wilkinson’s unique expression of a larger University effort aimed at providing students with access to key researchers. Undergraduate research encompasses both scholarship and creative activity, and has the ability to capture student interest, create enthusiasm for and engagement in, an area of study.
Wilkinson College’s War and Society MA program is excited to announce five new $5,000 graduate tuition scholarships. The scholarships are named in honor of former U.S. Secretary of Defense James N. Mattis, a retired United States Marine Corps general. The Mark Chapin Johnson Foundation established the scholarships after seeing merit in what the War and
Corinne Wai Yin Tam (‘20, Sociology), President of Wilkinson College’s Sociology Club, was awarded the Eastern Sociological Society Annual Best Undergraduate Award for her paper, “Tiger Moms, Dragon Dads, and Baby Pandas: Cultural Expectations of Success Among Asian-American College Students.” She presented this paper at the Eastern Sociological Society (ESS) Annual Meeting in Philadelphia, which
What does it mean to be a museum detective? Dr. Jamie Larkin (Creative & Cultural Industries) and a multidisciplinary team of researchers out of Birkbeck, University of London, have spent over four years uncovering and charting the museum landscape in the United Kingdom. Comprising about 3,200 museums, the U.K. museum sector is especially unique in