The Spectator

Engineers Unite for National Engineering Week

Erika Silva, Author

March 1, 2018

From New York to Seattle, engineers around the nation celebrated National Engineering Week from Feb. 18 to 24. Engineering students at Seattle University took part in the week- long celebration through events such as resume building nights, a seminar with the makers of the Xbox One X and a faculty-student dodgeball game. The National Society of Professional...

Skills < Degrees?

Chris Salsbury, Author

April 5, 2017

Today, many citizens believe that a four-year college degree is the only path to home ownership, financial stability and happiness. Dissection of this stereotype reveals that this is not only a recent trend, it may be a misguided one. The idea that good jobs are only attainable with a degree starts with the definition of a “good job.” There used...

New Albers MBA Caters to Non-Business Majors

Veronica Mazzolini, Author

January 23, 2013

A new MBA Bridge Program for non-business majors is coming to Albers School of Business and Economics. The program is targeted at students who have little or no work experience, who have a degree but have not studied business. It provides a business background that can be combined with their other disciplines to enhance their career opportunities. “A...

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