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To be or not to be; but at what cost?

April 29, 2019 3:19 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

By: Ned Khatrichettri Perception is reality! This statement is critical during the internship or job-search process, during interviews, and after entering the work environment. This is especially true for individuals who identify with historically underrepresented or vulnerable populations. Research indicates that ‘white’ washing resumes does solicit more callbacks from employers. Examples of this include an... Read More »


Integrating Ethics Into the Internship Curriculum

September 20, 2017 1:25 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

By: MEGHAN STIDD, PH.D.    It was a conversation that I had been anxiously anticipating. A few days prior, a student sent me an obscure message stating that she was having an issue with her internship. She did not want to provide details via email, but requested an urgent meeting. I spent the first ten... Read More »