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  1. Students interested in starting a career in government are encouraged to attend GovLoop's Virtual Government Career Fair on Thursday, Feb. 28. From your own computer, access the free online event, which will share information from experts about navigating the government application process, submitting your resume and other documents directly to the appropriate government departments, and …more

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    Career Center
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  2. American University students are invited to attend the Woman For Hire nationwide online career fairs. Join hundreds of other successful women for this online experience, which will connect you with employers who are seeking talented women for a variety of careers across the country.

    Women For Online Hire Career Fairs attract recruiters and hiring managers from Fortune 500 companies, medium-sized …more

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  3. Representatives from the Borrowing Desk, Tech Services, Reserves and Interlibrary Loan will give an overview of services available to students. Attendees will learn how to make requests for these services.

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    University Library
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    Training Session
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  4. Information Literacy Session for ARTS-420

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    University Library
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  5. Getting Started with Blackboard

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    University Library
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  6. UEC

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    Office of the Provost
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  7. This class introduces users to Zotero and Mendeley, two free citation management tools that represent powerful alternatives and/or supplements to programs such as EndNote. Attendees will come away with a clear sense of comparison between major online citation tools, including key strengths and weaknesses. Laptops encouraged but not required.

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  8. This class will help you learn to access and use subject-specific databases that index the scholarly literature necessary for completing a literature review assignment. In addition, the basic aspects of what a literature review looks like will be covered. Bring your research topics and literature review questions with you so that the class can be as useful as possible.

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  9. The Transfer Success Series Mentor will lead discussions or activities for new transfer students each Thursday from 4-5pm, January 24 - March 7.

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    School of Communication
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    Meeting
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  10. The Career Center will host Baltimore City Public Schools (BCPS) for an information session on Thursday, February 28, 4:30 to 5:30 p.m., in MGC 247.

    BCPS is seeking undergraduate and graduate students in their final semester of school who are pursuing a career in education. A representative will discuss employment opportunities and will be available to answer any questions.

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  11. The University Honors Program and the Counseling Center will co-sponsor this event, which will provide stress reduction techniques and strategies for students pursuing a capstone project or other research work. The Counseling Center will share tips to help you meet your goals successfully while reducing work-related stress. Pizza will be served. 

    This event is open to all AU students in and …more

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    University Honors Program
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  12. Students passionate about anthropology are invited to participate in a panel discussion with alumni, faculty, and students from the Anthropology Department. Receive career-related tips and advice from alumni who have launched diverse and rewarding careers. Refreshments will be served. Register now.

    Panelists include:
    Ariana A. Curtis, CAS/PhD,'09, curator, Anacostia Community Museum

    Cameron …more

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