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The author of The 2-Hour Job Search shared his strategies for organizing and prioritizing one’s list of prospective employers.
The School of Continuing Education welcomed about 200 students to Low Library Rotunda to learn more about master's programs and non-degree offerings.
Over a dozen employers seeking interns and full-time associates met with Actuarial Science students at Columbia University.