Open to students of all professional and academic backgrounds, this certificate allows students to take graduate level public health courses in a 100% online setting. As with other doctoral level coursework at Trident, courses within this certificate emphasize critical thinking and analysis skills – a must for all managers and aspiring researchers. Students currently in business or education programs are welcome to enroll!
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In late 2014, Trident’s Career Advising & Development Center launched its successful webinar series. Over the course of this year, we’re going to be looking back at many of these sessions, which are filled with wisdom and advice from career center Manager Tanya White-Earnest.
Today, we’ll be recapping the very first CADC webinar, “Cool Tools For Your Career Development.” In this session, Tanya gave an overview of some of her favorite career-enhancement tools on the web. If you’re looking to get your job search going in the right direction, this is a great place to start!
Quantitative research, according to Aliaga and Gunderson (2000), is “explaining phenomena by collecting numerical data that are analyzed using mathematically based methods (in particular statistics).” It’s a formal, objective, and systematic process, and it’s one that is absolutely integral to scholarly and professional research.
The path to successfully completing a doctoral degree is long, filled with many challenges to overcome. While times may sometimes be tough, preparation and determination are key, especially when it comes to your approach to the dissertation.
Here are some of the most common dissertation pitfalls, along with some tips to help you avoid them:
- Identify area of research interests early: The earlier you identify your area of research interests, the better prepared you will be going into your program’s dissertation phase. It’s not often that students have trouble finding an area to research, it’s quite the opposite – many students have curious minds, which leads to having a broad list of interests. Don’t try to save the world with your first research study – find a specific issue and focus on that.
In November, Trident's Career Advising & Development Center presented their third webinar on LinkedIn, "LinkedIn or Left Out 3: Profile Review & Workshop." Like our other two sessions on LinkedIn I led the presentation, but this time CADC Manager Tanya White-Earnest and I agreed to make this a much more "hands on" affair.
This was the right call, as I had the opportunity to work directly with students both before and during the webinar to help them improve their LinkedIn profiles.
This is the second part of the key takeaways from this webinar. Here's the first part, in case you missed it:
In November, Trident's Career Advising & Development Center presented their third webinar on LinkedIn. My goal was to make this session a little different by giving Trident students an opportunity to interact much more closely so they could get updates and suggestions on their LinkedIn profiles in real time.
Here is the first part of the key takeaways from that webinar, "LinkedIn or Left Out 3: Profile Review & Workshop":
Knowing how to navigate the tech world is essential for success in the professional sphere. For an individual with specialized skills and a deep knowledge of technology and information infrastructure, there are almost no limits on achievement.
This blog is inspired by yearly rankings on U.S. News and World Report and includes statistics from the Occupational Outlook Handbook from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
The famous, “if you build it, they will come” mindset is a maxim of the past. With technological advancements comes infinite potential for achievement and access to information without ever leaving the confines of your home.
Many organizations have found ways to integrate their services with the internet, namely online universities. Unfortunately, many individuals don’t recognize the benefits of an online education because they are thrown off course by these four misconceptions.
This is a companion post to the recent Career Advising & Development Center webinar, "LinkedIn or Left Out: What Does Your LinkedIn Profile Do For You? (Part 2)."
- Actively update your profile: Your LinkedIn profile is at its most powerful when it contains current information. Let your network know what you’re doing in your current position, and communicate it by using industry relevant keywords. Finally, make sure your writing is impeccable, free of all grammar and spelling errors. This could be a recruiter’s first impression of you, so you want to make sure it counts!