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Alumni Perspectives: Journalism Grad Lands Job in Portland

Julianne Parker graduated in the Spring 2014 with a major in Journalism. She currently works for Blue Chalk Media (a New York and Portland-based company) as a Production Manager. Read her post-graduate story!

o What was your plan as you approached graduation, and how did it change? 

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Alumni Perspectives: Business Duck Finds Success in Denver

Meet Megan

Megan MacKenzie graduated in the winter of 2012 with a business degree, emphasizing in marketing. She dedicated the spring of that year to job searching by attending several informational interviews and networking events.

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Alumni Perspectives: Math Grad Lands Career in Investment

Meet Lyndsi

Lyndsi Fink graduated in 2013 with a bachelor of science in applied mathematics and minor in business. After college ended, she traveled around Europe and then moved home to Portland. Lyndsi worked as a server while searching for career opportunities online. 

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6th Annual UO Alumni Conversations: Bridging the Generational Divide

 

Join us for a reception and panel of Ducks from multiple generations: Traditionals, Boomers, Generation Xers and Millennials. Four distinct generations with different values, experiences and backgrounds can create conflict and misunderstanding in the workplace. Learn how Ducks from different generations navigate and bridge the divide within their organizations.

Panelists to be announced soon.

FREE for UO students and 2014-2015 UO graduates
$10 ($5 for UOAA members) by May 17

$15 after May 17, 2015

Registration will open soon.

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Join us for a reception and panel of Ducks from multiple generations: Traditionals, Boomers, Generation Xers and Millennials. Four distinct generations with different values, experiences and backgrounds can create conflict and misunderstanding in the workplace. Learn how Ducks from different generations navigate and bridge the divide within their organizations.

Panelists to be announced soon.

FREE for UO students and 2014-2015 UO graduates
$10 ($5 for UOAA members) by May 17

$15 after May 17, 2015

Registration will open soon. Read more »

Alumni Perspectives: Master's of Architecture Graduate Finds Her Perfect Fit

Meet Srivarshini

Srivarshini Balaji came to the University of Oregon from India in 2012 to pursue a graduate degree in architecture. Her goal was to use her UO education and knowledge to help the underprivileged people in her home country.

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Alumni Perspectives: Digital Arts Grad Lands Graphic Design Internship

Meet Alina

Alina Percival graduated in the winter of 2013 with a degree in digital arts. Afterwards, she moved back to Portland and started freelancing on the side while job hunting. Although she gained plenty of portfolio pieces throughout her time at the university, Alina still struggled to find employment.

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Alumni Perspectives: Writer Finds His Work-Life Balance

Meet Timothy

Timothy Lane graduated in 2006 with a double major in Spanish and journalism. His plan after college was to focus on his writing. At first, Timothy thought the best way to do this was through working at a newspaper, but later discovered it was not right for his goals. 

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A Letter to Linda

 

Ayn-Marie Hailicka graduated in 2012 with a degree in public relations. During her time at the University of Oregon she worked as Linda Favero’s Communications and Social Media Intern. After finishing school she lived in Istanbul, Turkey for a year, and now resides in Denver, Colorado. 

Dear Linda,

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Alumni Perspectives: Master's of Architecture (and Fulbright Scholar) Grad Lands Job in Hawaii

Meet Grace

After receiving her undergraduate degree from Institut des Beaux Arts in Beirut, Grace Aaraj was certain that she wanted to go on towards a Master’s degree. While she was at first uncertain about applying for the Fulbright Scholar Program, it was her desire to attend the University of Oregon in Portland for its top program in Sustainable Design that pushed her to do it.

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