Tag: work

5 Tips for Effective Twitter Chat Etiquette

LinkedIn is traditionally seen as the social platform meant for professional interactivity and networking- but what about Twitter? Can you possibly convey your personal yet professional branding identity in 140 characters or less? Enter Twitter chats, a period of time where users converge and answer questions surrounding a specific hashtag. By participating in these chats ...

What’s to come for Spring 2015.

Winter session has officially ended and Blue Hens have moved back to campus. It may be a dreary Monday, but it’s still the first day of spring semester and we couldn’t be happier to welcome back our Blue Hens! We have been working hard to plan several career fairs and events for you this semester. ...

Meet Alex Huey: The Disney-Bound Blue Hen

“You can design and create, and build the most wonderful place in the world. But it takes people to make the dream a reality.”~Walt Disney Meet Alex Huey, a sophomore marketing major from Milford, Del. Alex is extremely involved on campus. When he’s not in class, you can probably find him playing trumpet for the ...

The Final Winter Session: How a senior is making the most of it

The following article is a guest post by Niki Kirschner, a senior English major at the University of Delaware. ///////////////// This winter, seeing as it’s my last as a University of Delaware student, I wanted to make the most of my long break. Each winter session before this, I stayed at home, relaxed with friends ...

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2014: A Year In Review

One of my favorite things about January is reminiscing about the year past and remembering the fun memories and good times. I look back on pictures I took, journal entries I wrote and events I attended. It helps boost my enthusiasm for the year ahead, for all the memories in store. Yes, January is a ...

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#UDreamitDoit: Part-time UD athlete and Mechanical Engineer interns at Air Products and Chemicals

“Being able to experience this job, I realized that everything we do at school is a huge preparation for what is to come next.” –Kimberly Caruso Kimberly Caruso, a junior mechanical engineering major, is a member of the University of Delaware’s Women’s Swimming and Diving team as a diver. Combined with a double minor in ...

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