Nicolette Niedzwiecki

Graduate Assistant, Assessment & Technology

Nicolette Niedzwiecki

Nicolette is the Assessment and Technology Graduate Assistant at the Center for Career Development. In this role, she supports the department by cleaning and analyzing data; specifically working with UConn’s First Destination Data. In addition to this, she also assists research and assessment initiatives.

Prior to her role at the Center, Nicolette worked as a data coordinator in quality and analytics at a non-profit mental health clinic. Nicolette graduated from Southern Connecticut State University in December 2018 with her B.S. in Political Science. Currently, she is pursuing her Master of Science in Quantitative Economics.

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Advice for First Gen College Students

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Are you the first person in your family to attend college? While taking this step is extraordinary, and exciting; it’s also frightening and uncertain. A first generation college student faces the common difficulties of any college student like balance, and …

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How Will a Biden Presidency Affect International Students’ Job Search?

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Following Biden’s successful presidential bid, we spoke with international student career expert Marcelo Barros to get a sense of how a Biden presidency will affect international students and their U.S. job search. We discussed immigration policy, H-1B visas, what students …

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COVID-19 Vaccine and Healthcare Workers

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On December 11, 2020, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) authorized the use of a COVID-19 vaccine founded by BioNTech company, Pfizer (CDC.gov). The vaccine consists of 2 doses administered 3 weeks apart. The CDC advises that healthcare workers should …

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