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Wednesday, October 13th, 2021

Careers for Readers and Writers

If you enjoy and are good at reading and/or writing, you are in luck; surveys show most careers value reading and writing skills. Here are some occupations and industries that involve more reading and writing than others.

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Tuesday, December 1st, 2020

PR with a Purpose Webinar

If you are interested in social impact and PR don’t miss this webinar. The panel discussion will be led by Bucknell Parent Scott Pansky, co-founder of Allison+Partners.

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Friday, October 30th, 2020

Careers in Media & Entertainment

This week we are focusing on the competitive and exciting industries within Media and Entertainment. Discover information about professions, how to get hired and where to find current news and opportunities.}

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Wednesday, October 28th, 2015

Career Spotlight: Jenevieve DeLosSantos ’06,

Join alumna Jenevieve DeLosSantos for an informal dinner discussion about her experiences as a PhD student in Art History at Rutgers, her work at the Zimmerli Museum, and her new position at the Philadelphia Museum of Art.

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Wednesday, November 12th, 2014

Lunch with composer Garrett Fisher

Garrett Fisher, a composer who uses multiple genres, including film, dance and opera, will speak about his stage work and screenplays. Come have lunch with him and hear more on 11/18

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Wednesday, September 17th, 2014

Alumni Career Spotlight: John McPherson ’83, Cartoonist and Writer

John McPherson ’83, majored in Mechanical Engineering and English and is now a successful cartoonist and creator of Close to Home. He will be on campus giving a talk followed by an informal dinner open to students and faculty. Date: Tuesday, September 23 Time: Lecture 5 pm; Dinner with Students and Faculty 6:30 – 8:00 pm Location: Lecture-Academic West 108; Dinner-Academic West 111 RSVP for the dinner required on the BRIDGE His lecture, “Cartooning, Creativity, and Humor,” is open to the public. The talk will address the different skills that the two majors gave him, both as an engineer and […]

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