For What it’s Worth – Careers in 20/20 – Fred Bucher

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Careers in 20/20

Below are links to my Careers in 20/20 project created to benefit the collegiate Class of 2020.

Careers in 20/20 – Rick Alessandri

One way to land a job in sports after college is to start …

By School of Public Health Office of Career Services
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Guidance from HPPLC on Health Profession School Policies with Respect to S/F Grading

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Many pre-health students have questions in light of the new policies established at Indiana University Bloomington for the spring 2020 semester on ‘S’ or ‘Satisfactory’ grades. We wanted to write and provide some guidance for you on what we know …

By Kimberly Ecenbarger
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14 ways to greet someone that don’t involve shaking hands

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BY NICOLE GALLUCCI MAR 03, 2020

Hey, have you heard? Germs are everywhere!

More than 90,000 cases of the highly contagious new coronavirus, which results in the disease known as COVID-19, have been confirmed, and panicked people are stocking up …

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Coronavirus: Time to Rethink the Handshake

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SHRM, the Society for Human Resource Management, has compiled information about the Coronavirus and potential impacts on the workplace.

An article entitled Coronavirus: Time to Rethink the Handshake, by Kathy Gurchiek, was published March 5th on their website. The article …

By Kathy Gurchiek
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3 Public Health Courses Premeds Should Take

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By Ali Lotfi, M.D., Contributor

 

Gaining experience in public health education is important before you enter medical school.(GETTY IMAGES)

PUBLIC HEALTH IS becoming a more popular major among undergraduate students, and dual M.D.-M.P.H. degree candidates are on the …

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Meet LGBTQ+ Culture Center Interim Director, Bruce E. Smail

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Bruce E. Smail
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Interim Director & Special Assistant to the Vice President

Vice President James C. Wimbush and Assistant Vice President Yolanda Treviño invite you to a Meet & Greet Reception introducing Bruce …

By Kimberly Ecenbarger
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Top 10 Healthcare Jobs – That Don’t Require a Doctorate Degree

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According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), healthcare employment is projected to grow faster than any other sector, increasing 14% over the next decade, and adding roughly 1.9 million new jobs. Why so much growth? The growth …

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Nurse Practitioners and Physician Assistants – The Hot Jobs of Healthcare

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How many times have you visited a doctor’s office, urgent care, or hospital and received treatment by a Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant? Chances are high that it was more than a few times. This is not a surprise …

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Disability: IN NextGen Leaders Initiative a Workplace Recruitment Program (WRP)

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Disability:IN has opened the application period for its NextGen Leaders Initiatives, which is available to postsecondary students and recent graduates with disabilities. Disability:IN is an organization that collaborates with the WRP and partners with businesses in the private sector to …

By Kimberly Ecenbarger
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IU Student Sydney Taylor Shares Jr. Commissioned Officer Student Training Experience

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The U.S Public Health Service (USPHS) is one of the nation’s seven uniform services and is under the Department of Health and Human Services. The USPHS have over 6,000 Commissioned Officers whose mission is “Protecting, Promoting, and Advancing the Health …

By LT Lewis Kofi Antwi, MPH, MA
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