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How to Be More Efficient at Work When Work Is at Home

How to Be More Efficient at Work When Work Is at Home

Do you find yourself getting distracted working (learning) from home? Wonder when is the best time to tackle the most mind-taxing tasks?  Andrew Conrad shares 6 tips to improve efficiency at work when you’re working from home in his blog …

By Kimberly Lieb
Kimberly Lieb Assistant Director for Industry and Community Engagement Kimberly Lieb
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Missed The First Two State Of The Arts Conversations? Watch The Videos!

Missed The First Two State Of The Arts Conversations? Watch The Videos!

The State of the Arts series has held two sessions to date featuring the Aspen Music Festival (session one) and local arts organizations Cinemapolis, The Kitchen Theatre, and Cayuga Chamber Orchestra (session two).  Each session was chock full of insights …

By John Fracchia
John Fracchia Career Engagement and Technology Specialist John Fracchia
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State Of The Arts: A Conversation With Playwrights Horizons (VIRTUAL) – This Wednesday!

State Of The Arts: A Conversation With Playwrights Horizons (VIRTUAL) - This Wednesday!

COVID-19 has disrupted how everyone engages with the world and the arts community has particularly felt the impact.  In this series you will meet three arts organizations who will discuss how they have repositioned themselves and offer suggestions on how …

By John Fracchia
John Fracchia Career Engagement and Technology Specialist John Fracchia
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After H-1B visa, OPT programme may be on the radar

After H-1B visa, OPT programme may be on the radar

Swarthi Moorthy, for Moneycontrol.com shares insight into what’s next for Department of Homeland Security and OPT work authorization.

By Kimberly Lieb
Kimberly Lieb Assistant Director for Industry and Community Engagement Kimberly Lieb
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Bad WiFi is slowing you down. Fix yours without spending a dime.

Bad WiFi is slowing you down. Fix yours without spending a dime.

Geoffrey A. Fowler from The Washington Post shares a 5-step guide to help you determine what’s causing your slow internet and actions to fix it.

By Kimberly Lieb
Kimberly Lieb Assistant Director for Industry and Community Engagement Kimberly Lieb
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