Defeating Imposter Syndrome

“I don’t belong here…I’ve fooled everyone into thinking I’m capable…they’ll be so disappointed once they find out I’m a fraud and get rid of me…” – sound familiar? These are some of the most common thoughts that graduate applicants and students …

By Mary Avery
Mary Avery
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What to Know When Applying to Graduate School

Congratulations on starting the process of applying to graduate school! Here are a few things to keep in mind as you start your journey!

Getting In: First thing you need to do is to make sure you gather all the …

By Xavier McClean
Xavier McClean
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Why a Combined Undergraduate/Graduate Program is a Smart Move

Change the way you imagine your graduate career today!

Traditionally, one begins their graduate career after undergrad, but with UAlbany´s combined degree program, you can start as early as your junior year! With over 50 combined degree programs offered, UAlbany …

By Kayla Rankin
Kayla Rankin
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How to Advance Your Career from Your First Day on the New Job

Even in the midst of a job search, it’s important to keep in mind how you’re going to advance your career once you land your new job.

While it might seem premature to contemplate your next steps when you’ve just …

By Ivy Exec
Ivy Exec is your dedicated career development resource.
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Job Searching With a Disability | How to Prepare for the Interview Process

For job seekers with disabilities, the job search may include questions and challenges that others may not regularly come up against. In addition to wondering whether the roles you’re applying for are a fit, you may also be concerned about …

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Graduate School Interest

 If you are working with students who express interest in attending graduate school, they may need to explore their interests and different careers before choosing a graduate program. They can do so by planning for internships in their field of …

By Vincia Phillip (She,Her)
Vincia Phillip (She,Her) Assistant Director of Career Education
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Planning a Career in Public Health? Apply for HeartCorps!

Gain valuable professional public health experience while advancing more equitable health outcomes for rural communities.

HeartCorps, a Public Health AmeriCorps program, seeks to enroll Public Health AmeriCorps members in a service opportunity driving health equity in rural America.

Benefits include:

By Jessica Pugliese
Jessica Pugliese Assistant Director, Employer Relations
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Celebrating National Disability Employment Awareness Month

National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM) is observed in October and is a perfect opportunity for faculty and staff to promote awareness, celebrate the contributions of workers with disabilities, and educate about the value of a diverse workforce inclusive of …

By Jessica Pugliese
Jessica Pugliese Assistant Director, Employer Relations
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What Are Reasonable Accommodations at Work (and How to Request Them)?

Reasonable accommodations are adjustments to a hiring process, work environment, or job responsibilities so an employee with disabilities can apply for or perform their job. Depending on the type of disability, accommodations can look many different ways — from transcription …

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Ways the Career and Professional Development Office Can Assist your Student

By Jessica Pugliese
Jessica Pugliese Assistant Director, Employer Relations
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