6 New(ish) Podcasts That’ll Keep Your Brain Sharp

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We all love to feel smarter. It’s why we read career-boosting books, watch enlightening videos, and, if we’re super hip and cool, pick up podcasts to listen to.

And we don’t just do this for our own amusement (even if …

By The Muse
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12 Ways to Reduce Your Stress in 5 Minutes or Less

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Whether we’re dealing with an unhappy client, or assigned a last-minute project to complete by the end of the day, or just going through the everyday trials and tribulations of our job, we all experience stress. And there’s no denying …

By The Muse
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#NDSUintern Advice

Samantha Ingersoll

Samantha Ingersoll
Major: Physics and Computer Science
Graduation Date: December 2018
Company: National Aeronautics Space Administration (NASA)
Position: Visual systems on PRANDTL-M
Location: Edwards, CA
Why did you choose to work for NASA?

I have always dreamed of working for …

By Emma Stupke
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How College Students Can Make the Most of Their Budget

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When you’re living on ramen and money is scarce, the last thing on your mind is a budget. But even college students need a plan for their money, especially if they’ve taken out student loans to help cover their education, …

By Jamie Tait
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LinkedIn’s New Look

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“The only thing constant is change,” a line to live by in the ever-changing tech world of which we all reside.  If you are an active LinkedIn user, you may have noticed that your desktop user interface has a whole …

By Kate Nelson
Kate Nelson Career Specialist Kate Nelson
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