Are you interested in going to graduate school, perhaps to distinguish yourself among job candidates?
Maybe you want to pursue an advanced degree in communication, philosophy, or a related field, to work in higher education, media, law, social services, or politics?
This week, the Office of Academic and Career Advising is sponsoring a Graduate School Fair that current undergraduate students at Keene State College who are interested in applying to graduate school should attend:
- Thursday, October 8, 1 to 3 p.m., Centennial Hall in the Alumni Center
For more information, such as to see the list of colleges and universities that will have admissions counselors at the fair, visit: KSC Grad School Fair- Fall 2015
No matter if you’re a first-year student or a senior at Keene State College, preparing for your career after graduation should start now. Students in the Department of Communication and Philosophy are encouraged to attend the following events that are taking place on campus in the next two weeks:
- Law School Fair- Tuesday, Nov. 12, 1-3 p.m., Centennial Hall, Alumni Center
- Resume Writing Workshop- Tuesday, Nov. 12, 6-7 p.m., Student Center Atrium
- Job Preparation Workshop- Wednesday, Nov. 13, 4-5 p.m., Madison Street Lounge, Student Center
- Job/Internship Fair- Thursday, Nov. 21, 1-4 pm., Mabel Brown Room, Student Center
For more information, visit the Office of Academic & Career Advising.
Professors do not always conduct research on their own, nor is it required to have a doctorate to engage in research. Undergraduate and graduate students do research, too!
Earlier this month, Dr. Jeff Halford presented two research papers at the International Association for Relationship Research Conference in Louisville, KY.
The first study, titled “The Halo Effect: Real vs. Perceived Traits Associated with Facial Symmetry,” was a collaboration with Samantha Bissell ’09, an alumna of Keene State College who is now getting a Master’s degree in psychology from City University of New York. The second study, titled “Less Satisfied but More Committed? How the Presence of Children Affects Marital Outcomes,” was based on Dr. Halford’s ongoing research program in marital communication and family planning.
Are you interested in graduate school in communication or philosophy? Do you want to get an advanced degree in education, law, social work, or public policy, or another related academic field or profession?
If so, be sure to attend one or both of the upcoming events sponsored by the college’s Office of Academic & Career Advising:
- Graduate School Application Process, Tuesday, Oct. 1, 4:30 p.m., Atrium Conference Room, Young Student Center
- Graduate School Fair, Tuesday, Oct. 8, 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., Science Center Lobby