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The path to precision

How do I make my writing more precise? Sometimes it’s the finer details that bring all the flourish both in plants and in your writing. This week, I was called by a supervising engineer in the workplace who asked me … Continue reading

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Thanks for the Memories: References and Acknowledgments

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Diversity: Why Should I Care?

Employers and graduate schools are seeking individuals who have demonstrated a commitment to diversity during their college years. The global market, demographics, and technology are powerful trends that have made diversity an important workplace issue. Because diversity, equity, and inclusion … Continue reading

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Developing Diversity-Focused Career Assets

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Penn State Reads Essay Contest

Penn State Reads invites first-year students to participate in an essay contest. Winners will receive a $100 Penn State Bookstore gift card and have the opportunity to meet Eggers during his campus visit in October! Responses submitted as attachment to: … Continue reading

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Powerful Poster Presentations: Putting on the Glitz

A quick look at this award winning poster created by Tim Hatlee, a graduate student in meteorology, shows the importance of using graphics, color, and visual hierarchy of text and images to draw in your viewer. GraphicsA scientific poster relies… Continue reading

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