Your advisors are always here to help, support, and guide you, but this is YOUR journey. How can we help you get where you want to go?

Start by getting an understanding of how our 360 Advising process works and then get more familiar with the 360 Navigator tool below.

            

This will give you a starting point to understand the process and the milestones we hope you can achieve throughout your academic career as you engage in exploration, preparation, and eventually a launch out into the professional world. Remember, these are not requirements for specific years; they are estimates, and everyone progresses in different ways, and at different speeds. It’s not about being ahead or behind; it’s about following the process and being ready to launch before you leave.

Answering 7 Key Prospective Graduate Student Questions

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Answering 7 Key Prospective Graduate Student Questions by Dr. Donald C. Martin

Hello.   My name is Dr. Don Martin – you can call me Dr. Don. Thanks for checking out my first graduate school blog and congratulations on your decision to …

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Can You Change Your Mind About A Job After You’ve Already Accepted?

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After interviews with several top companies, you accept a job offer from Corporation A to begin a week after graduation. Then, XYZ Startup, a company that just began recruiting new college grads, interviews you and offers you a job to …

By Rick DelVecchio
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Pre-Health Events and Opportunities, October 9, 2017

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Ms. Gilmore’s Tip of the Week: Know your AAMC Competencies! What are these? They are a set of specific skills, traits, and “competencies” that medical schools and MANY other professional programs in medicine expect of entering students. In other words, …

By Rick DelVecchio
Rick DelVecchio Director of Career Development Rick DelVecchio
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Why is experiential learning a critical part of a CAS education?

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Experiential learning can come in the form of an internship, study abroad/away experience, co-curricular opportunities (such as academic organizations on campus), research project with faculty, or even independent study. As a CAS student, not all of your learning will happen …

By Rick DelVecchio
Rick DelVecchio Director of Career Development Rick DelVecchio
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Study Abroad opportunity at the University of Cambridge

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The University of New Hampshire is proud to sponsor its fortieth annual faculty-led summer program in the UK at the University of Cambridge. The program will be accommodated at Gonville and Caius College, one of the oldest and best known …

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