Month: February 2020

Graduate Research: Thinking

Make time to think. No seriously, make time to think. Schedule this, too. (can you tell I like schedules)? At the very least, accept that this is part of the writing, or pre-writing process. Great writing doesn’t just happen. Spontaneous brilliant thoughts don’t just happen either. We’ve got to make […]

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Graduate Research: Tools

On ToolsThere are lots of tools that can make writing your thesis or other large research project more doable. I’m telling you about these up front so that you can start using them now, because—trust me—they make a huge difference! Endnote or another citation softwareI’m no expert on the differences between citation […]

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Graduate Research: Organizing and Planning

Getting organized is key to your success. The thesis will not magically happen. It will not write itself and you cannot absorb theory through pillow osmosis—though that would be nice. A former boss told me that theses and dissertations require only a modicum of intelligence and a lot of sweat […]

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Graduate Research: Writing and Editing

You’ll be writing until there’s no need to write anymore, until you’ve covered your topic sufficiently and the questions are answered. Will it be 60 pages, 90, 150? Just depends. When you get started and throughout, don’t worry about the page count, just write. If you stare at the numbers, […]

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Central Intelligence Agency: Careers and Internship Information Session

Interested in career and internship opportunities with the CIA? All University if Denver students come join representatives from the organization on May 25th for an information session on what they’re looking for, available opportunities, programs, and more! MAY 25, 2016 * 5:00 -6:30PM SIE INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS COMPLEX 1ST FLOOR FORUM https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCzOJDJZHoBttdHAjJsnN9w?sub_confirmation=1

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Career Advice from DU Alumnus, Andy Taylor

University alumni revisit campus on a regular basis. They interact with current students, chat with old professors, and admire the progress and development of our school since their graduation. From time to time, DU welcomes alumni in a more formal setting. A notable alum and recipient of the University of […]

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Getting Your Startup to the Starting Line

Getting Your Startup to the Starting Line For many DU graduates, starting a new business is the preferred path for combining classroom learning with specific industry expertise to create a new product or service that fills a customer need with a better solution.  The rewards of entrepreneurship are well-publicized and […]

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The Trouble with the Low-Cost Game

By Chemeketa SBDC Don’t have enough customers so it’s time to lower prices, right? Well, maybe. You may be tempted to do this in your business, especially if a competitor has lowered prices. But you run the risk of lowering yourself right out of business. Carefully consider other options; perhaps there […]

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QuickBooks Online

By Chemeketa SBDC The purpose of this course is to familiarize users and prospective users with the basics of QuickBooks Online. Attendeeds will use (test drive) a sample company (Craig’s Landscaping), see options and make case study entries. Tuesday, November 7Getting StartedProduct Overview – benefits of QuickBooks Online, features of various […]

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