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Technology evolving marketing to create new career opportunities

Assumption College Undergraduate

“Technology has always changed how marketing works. What is different today is the unprecedented rate of change in both the development of marketing tools and the escalation of expectations for better experiences from customers,” wrote Forbes contributor John Ellet in an article titled, “Technology Is Changing The Future of Marketing (Again).” As technology continues to […]

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June 30th, 2015

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Healthy benefits of the sun’s rays

Assumption College Undergraduate

The sun is shining, and we couldn’t help but focus this week’s post on the biological benefits of spending time in the sun. And because it will be a direct or indirect part of many of the bachelor’s in biology courses you take at Assumption – from botany to animal behavior — we found it […]

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June 25th, 2015

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Summer Professional Development – for Business Students

Assumption College Undergraduate

This is the fourth of a four-part series identifying ways students across different majors can hone their skills, gain experience and stimulate their minds over the summer months. Whether you’re looking to volunteer, find a full-time job or simply explore a passion, there are so many ways to develop yourself professionally even though class is […]

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June 23rd, 2015

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Summer Professional Development – for Education Students

Assumption College Undergraduate

This is the third of a four-part series identifying ways students across different majors can hone their skills, gain experience and stimulate their minds over the summer months. Whether you’re looking to volunteer, find a full-time job or simply explore a passion, there are so many ways to develop yourself professionally even though class is […]

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June 18th, 2015

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Psychology and the positive effects of H2O

Assumption College Undergraduate

The human body uses water in so many ways: carrying and distributing nutrients to cells; removing toxins and waste; regulating body temperature; acting as a shock absorber for your eyes and spinal cord; and others. Water also plays a significant role in the function of the brain — contributing to not just function, but mental […]

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June 16th, 2015

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Summer Professional Development – for Psychology Students

Assumption College Undergraduate

This is the second of a four-part series identifying ways students across different majors can hone their skills, gain experience and stimulate their minds over the summer months. Whether you’re looking to volunteer, find a full-time job or simply explore a passion, there are so many ways to develop yourself professionally even though class is […]

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June 11th, 2015

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Accounting Industry Predictions

Assumption College Undergraduate

A recent Forbes article, “The Future Of The Accounting Industry In 2015” discusses predictions on how the accounting industry will evolve. Joseph Tarasco, president of Accountants Advisory Group, shares a number of insights, a few of which foresee a trend of mergers and acquisitions. Tarasco predicts: Accounting firms will continue to acquire consulting companies that […]

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June 9th, 2015

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Summer Professional Development – for Biology Students

Assumption College Undergraduate

This is the first of a four-part series identifying ways students across different majors can hone their skills, gain experience and stimulate their minds over the summer months. Whether you’re looking to volunteer, find a full-time job or simply explore a passion, there are so many ways to develop yourself professionally even though class is […]

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June 4th, 2015

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National Science Foundation selects Worcester as “incubator” city

Assumption College Undergraduate

Assumption education majors already enjoy the benefits of pursuing a teaching career in Worcester, Massachusetts, with a vibrant public school district that includes 44 schools and some 23,000 students. The second-largest city in New England also hosts a number of private schools, providing a number of opportunities for education majors to fulfill student-teaching requirements. For […]

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June 3rd, 2015

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