Whether you are looking for an internship or navigating the U.S. job market for work after you graduate, it can be a little confusing to figure out how to find work in the U.S. The first step should be knowing your resources and the regulations.
An increasing number of graduate students express interest in non-academic careers (careers other than faculty positions). Learning where to find these jobs can be the biggest challenge for graduate students.
In many fields in STEM, women are underrepresented in graduate school and beyond. A number of resources exist at both the institutional and national level to provide professional, financial, and emotional support to help women succeed in STEM fields.
At New Student Orientation this year, Dr. Carr (Dean of Graduate Education) shared important information for all graduate students about their responsibilities as students. These remarks are transcribed and condensed from his comments.
Whether you're new to UNL or have been a graduate student at UNL for a while, it's important to start the year on the right foot. Adrienne Christian shares her thoughts on how to start the semester well.