Pamela Zagami

Administrative Services Specialist

Pamela Zagami

Pamela Zagami is the Administrative Services Specialist to James R. Lowe, Assistant Vice Provost / Executive Director of the Center for Career Development and Fiscal Officer for the department.   She focuses on budgetary, personnel, and business operations and is the department’s Security Liaison for Human Capital Management and a Readiness Council Member for new university initiatives and programs / platforms / processes.  Pam provides department-wide support including project development and management, event planning, and travel.  As Fiscal Officer, Pam is responsible for budget management, procurement, annual budget construction, as well as annual GUF submissions.   She is a departmental liaison to the Provost Office, Human Resources, Labor Relations, Contracts, Procurement, Budget, Accounting, Cash Operations, UConn Foundation, among others.

Prior to joining UConn, Pam was a Senior Manager with Deloitte’s Office of National Immigration, overseeing the Tax Practice’s immigration program and was the Firm’s I-9 Specialist for Human Resources in the United States. She received her Bachelor of Music degree from New England Conservatory of Music in Boston, MA.

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What is your resume saying about you?

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Applying to a job? Getting your résumé back in shape? Want to help ensure you’re sending the right message? Are you hitting all the right keywords in a job description? I just found the coolest website to help – wordle.net.

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Engagement – And I don’t mean a ring

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Networking Events – You wouldn’t know this if you saw me at one, but I really don’t like them. I’m afraid of standing alone in a crowd. I am uncomfortable approaching a stranger. I feel as if I’m always being …

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The Etiquette of Accepting a Job Offer

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You’ve received a job offer – Maybe, and hopefully, numerous job offers! You never know when you might need to maintain good relations with prospective employers, even when you decide to decline an offer. Using your best manners and following …

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20 Job Rules for Millennials – Forbes.com

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Millennials – You can’t get away from the lable. Research and studies on the Millennial Generation help shape marketing, advertising and yes, even corporate recruiting strategies.

We found an interesting post on Forbes.com on “20 Job Rules for Millennials” with an article …

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The Student Code at UConn

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Have you ever read The Student Code? It’s human to take for granted the privilege and honor given by being admitted into the University of Connecticut. If we remind ourselves of the success achieved by being accepted into this outstanding …

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Article by the Center for Career Development in UConn Parent Talk Newsletter

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Have you seen the article in the January issue of UConn Parent Talk Newsletter written by our very own Beth Settje, the now Assistant Director of the Center for Career Development at UConn?  “Parents Can Help UConn Students Achieve …

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Office Etiquette: The Rules of Saying Thank You

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Showing your appreciation by saying “thank you” is not only proper etiquette, but can also help in retaining important contacts while advancing your business network.  Attached is a link to an article written by Jacqueline Whitmore in entrepreneuer.com – Office Etiquette: The Rules …

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Etiquette Abroad

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The University of Connecticut offers over three hundred study abroad programs in sixty-five countries on six continents. By brushing up on etiquette in foreign countries, you can build bridges between cultural divides and get more out of your UConn Education …

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What to Expect from Your College Student’s First Semester Grades

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Parents and Guardians – So your college student is home on winter break. The first semester is over.  What can you expect from their first semester grades?

Here is an article from collegeparentcentral.com with some tips and advice on just …

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Take the Business Etiquette Quiz!

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USAToday.com wants to know if YOU have what it takes to pass the Business Etiquette Quiz!

http://usat.ly/1CyWm5P

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