For the past two years, I have been fortunate to serve as the Co-Director of Women’s Leadership Society (WLS), where we promote female advancement in technology, entertainment, and media. Being that it will be my last semester in this position before I graduate #QueSadMusic, my team (Co-Director Lauren Bickford and Faculty Advisor Professor Chris Smith) … More It’s Time to Adelante! with Self Made BEAST Nely Galán
This is a continuation of the Meet the Badasses series, where each post will have a Q&A with the featured badass with topics covering business, entrepreneur, professional and personal growth, female empowerment and life. It is rare to come across someone who completely embodies the meaning of their name and Joy Ofodu is one of … More A Hobby Turned Full-Time Job: How Joy Ofodu Is Making A Name For Herself
A former professor sent me this article recently and it talks about one of the fundamental concepts of communication. What irked me most about reading this article is how the author used the word “communications” and even describes himself as “deliberate and powerful communications” in his LinkedIn profile. As a communication major, this bothered me immensely so … More Communication vs Communications: Yep, There’s a Difference
Summer time is one of the most popular seasons to intern, especially if you are a college student. Interning allows you to figure out what you like and do not like, network, and grow professionally and personally. With summer coming to a close #QueSadMusic, I want to use this opportunity to share advice on surviving an … More 4 Things You Should Do When Interning
When doing a speech, you will come across the problem of where to place your strongest argument. If you ever wondered if the placement of your argument matters, then let me just set the record straight right now: yes.it.does.
I’ll admit: I was NOT at all a fan of wearing watches for a long time. It was not until junior year of high school after much of my parents insistence that I started wearing one and it has been life-changing. I cannot leave the house without my watch or else my outfit does not … More Why You SHOULD Wear a Watch
When you google coding and math, an example of search results include using coding to teach math or the question of do you need to be good at math to do coding. In this post, I want to address that question where so many people ask about: do you need to be good at math to … More Coding and Math: A Lot Similar Than You Think
Yeppers. You read that right. Persuasion is NOT a dirty word. You might be thinking about scams and slimy business people, like Bernie Madoff here, and how they use persuasion. Evidently, they are using persuasion for the wrong purposes. Persuasion is everywhere, whether you like it or not. I like to emphasize that it is amoral, … More Persuasion Is NOT A Dirty Word
When the professor asks in class, “Has everyone got this down [information from the powerpoint],” they tend to look at me for a reference to know whether or not they can move on. The reason being I am usually, if not the only one, handwriting my notes in class.
Have you ever wondered why when it comes down to the same message, there are two main interpretations of it? Sample responses include: “He was a great speaker, articulated, and seemed knowledgable about the topic at hand,” or “I did not like his argument on AI because research has shown this instead.”