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July 2, 2012

Passion for Art Fuels Enthusiasm to Teach

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Lydia Brokaw grew up knowing art would be her life’s work—and it didn’t take long for her to discover teaching, too. “I knew from the time I was a very young person I was going to be in the arts in some way,” says Lydia. In the 1970s, she began her education at the University […]

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June 18, 2012

7 Tips to Make the Most of Your College Visits

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I’ll never forget the weekends I spent visiting CU, CSU, Colorado School of Mines, and Colorado College. I remember driving around the state with my mom, taking tours, checking out the dorms, and the like. There’s a way to make those college visits count, and it starts with this: plan ahead. Make a list of […]

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June 4, 2012

Creating Colorado’s First Undergraduate GIS Certificate Program

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In 1987, Dave Skiles took a leap of faith and transitioned from his career as a research engineer with Gates Energy (and previously, the Bureau of Reclamation) to work with one of the first commercial geographic information systems (GIS) products. He developed a systems integration startup from the ground up, traveling between international business centers […]

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May 16, 2012

7 Ways to Mess Up a Job Interview

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Recruiting gave me a lot of insight on what it takes to interview well. While I do think some people are naturally better at interviewing than others, my recruiting experience taught me some major dos and don’ts when it comes to interviewing.

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