Monthly Archives: January 2014

Action Verbs for Your Résumé

    Save the readers of your résumé time by conveying your information concisely using short phrases that begin with action verbs. Use the appropriate verb tense too, most likely either simple present or simple past, depending on when the action … Continue reading

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Coaching Done Right

I found this on You can sign up to get a brief daily email with a noteworthy excerpt or quote. Given all the discussion right now about who’s going to replace Bill O’Brien, I thought this was thought provoking. … Continue reading

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Practice Makes Perfect: EMS Poster Exhbition

Practice makes perfect, and on December 4, 2013 thirty students from Penn State’s College of Earth and Mineral Sciences (EMS) practiced their poster presentation skills in the college’s second annual Undergraduate Poster Exhibition. Original posters on topics ranging from tracking … Continue reading

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