It’s OK if You Look at Other People’s Careers and Think “What Am I Doing?”

When we say it out loud, we usually frame it as a joke:

“Wow, that 12 year old’s running their own company. What have I ever accomplished?”

“Look at that 22 year old who’s already got a master’s degree and …

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The average office worker receives 150 emails every day. Take control.

Do you ever feel like the most important number in your life is the number of unread emails in your work inbox—and the higher that number gets, the higher your stress level gets?

Sounds like it may be time to …

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5 People on How Their (Really Cool) Hobbies Make Them Better at Their Jobs

There are plenty of things that allow me to effectively run my writing business, like my commitment to clients and my ability to put my nose to the grindstone and write (even when I don’t feel like it). Oh, and …

By The Muse
The Muse
Expert advice to answer your career questions.
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Colleges and Universities: Choosing the Right Fit

The overall culture of your college may play as big a role in your future success as your degree. Figuring out what’s important to you will help you narrow the field when choosing a college, and you may discover some …

By Christina Moreschi
Christina Moreschi
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Beyond the Boro Story Submission

Are you a Fighting Scot who wants to share your #beyondtheboro success story with the world? Share your story below to be included in our alumni success campaign, “Beyond the Boro”!

By Christina Moreschi
Christina Moreschi
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Dakota Palmer – Syracuse University

“Edinboro’s journalism program has introduced me to some of the greatest and most supportive professors…”
Journalism & Public Relations
Minor: Communications Studies

I’ll be attending Syracuse University to work toward my master’s degree in Magazine, Newspaper and Online Journalism, with …

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Joel Lohr

Biochemistry

Joel Lohr was a Biochemistry major from Palmyra, Pa. who graduated in May 2018 with summa cum laude honors. He is a member of the men’s outdoor track and field team and was named Edinboro’s Male Scholar-Athlete of the Year …

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Kaylee Kagiavas – University of Florida

“I have had great, knowledgeable and friendly professors throughout my time here and can only hope to one day be as passionate about my profession as they are.”
Individualized Studies
Minors: Women’s Studies, History and Psychology

After graduation, I will …

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Hannah Stull – Arizona State University

“Edinboro University has helped me solidify my career choice by having professors that give me opportunities for growth outside the classroom.”
Speech and Hearing Sciences
Minor: Spanish

I will be attending Arizona State University this upcoming fall to pursue my …

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Gabriel Hypes – Syracuse University in the Newhouse School

“From the moment I stepped on campus, this place has been welcoming and opportunistic, and gave me the skills and experience I needed to continue my education at Syracuse University…”
Journalism & Public Relations
Concentration: Digital Media

I came to …

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