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Student Success Story: Alexis Trench

Alexis Trench

 

Alexis Trench (she/her/hers) earned a master’s degree in Animal Science from the College of Agriculture, Health, and Natural Resources at UConn in 2020. After obtaining her degree, Alexis went on to secure employment at Charles River Laboratories as a …

By Anusha Gopinath
Anusha Gopinath CLAS Career Ambassador Anusha Gopinath
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How Can I Get Better Results in My Job Search to Get My Environmental Science Career Started?

Science at Mirror Lake

“I graduated with a Bachelor’s of Science in Environmental Science and have been unable to find any way to get my foot in the door within the industry as a field technician (the traditional entry-level position in the industry). I …

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UConn Stamford Women Alumnae Share Their Career Journeys

Breaking the mold

Students at the UConn Stamford campus were treated to an amazing event on November 12, 2020. A virtual panel discussion featuring UConn Stamford alumnae who majored in social sciences (COMM, ECON, HDFS, and POLS) called “Breaking the Mold: Women in …

By Tara Malone
Tara Malone Assistant Director, Career Development, Stamford Campus Tara Malone
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Emerging, Innovative Jobs

Students working in the UConn Innovation Lab.

New areas of promise for jobseekers continue to arise out of the coronavirus pandemic.

Since the coronavirus (COVID-19) emerged, the needs of the global business world have had to continue to adapt and change to accommodate a future different than …

By Desiree Martino
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The Hayley Petit Fellowship At Connecticut Children’s Injury Prevention Center

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In the current climate where self-quarantine is recommended, I was able to have a fulfilling and truly unforgettable experience over the summer because of the Hayley Petit Fellowship at the Injury Prevention Center (IPC) in Connecticut Children’s Medical Center.

As …

By Cindy Pan
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