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Tips to Achieve Your Career Goals in 2012
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Do you want 2012 to be the year you turn your career ambitions into reality? Despite the tough economy, there is hope. No matter what phase you are in your professional life, whether you're unemployed, looking to switch careers, or in line for a promotion, there are certain steps you can take to help you reach your career goals in 2012. More

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Toast the New Year with Champagne Chemistry
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Joy of Science: Food Chemistry Series
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Should an old acquaintance be forgotten? Of course not! So let us welcome back Dr. Susan Ebeler, of the University of California, Davis, as she returns to discuss the chemistry behind the fizz and flavor of your favorite celebratory drink. This is guaranteed to be a bubbly discussion you won't want to miss!

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Dr. Susan Ebeler
is a professor in the Department of Viticulture and Enology at the University of California, Davis. Her research focuses on chemistry and analysis of flavor compounds in grapes, wines and other foods. She also studies the chemical mechanisms for observed health effects of wine and food components. Dr. Ebeler teaches classes on grape and wine analysis, food and beverage flavor chemistry, and instrumental analysis of foods.

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Effective Decision-Making: A Key Career Skill
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Making good decisions is perhaps the most important management skill. "Nothing is more difficult, and therefore more precious, than the ability to decide," Napoleon once said. While some may believe decision-making is completely innate or only gained through long years of management experience, it also is a skill that can be learned and perfected. More

Lessons from Successful Networkers
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Professional networks are by far the most important source of new job opportunities. Networks are critical to your career. But building a powerful network takes time. It takes effort. You must build it before you need it. More

How Your Personal Brand Will Get You Hired
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As Dan Schwabel has said before, "If a resume was the deciding factor in recruitment, there never would be a need for interviews." Here are some reasons your personal brand can get you hired. More

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Army Finalizes STEM Vehicle for Recruiting Trail
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After five months of engineering and production work, the U.S. Army has completed its first vehicle designed for recruiting civilian scientists. The Army will unveil the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Asset Vehicle during All-American Bowl Week Jan. 6 in San Antonio. More

Will Having My Own Blog Get Me a Job?
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To blog or not to blog: a commonly pondered thought in today's increasingly online world. But just like everything else, there is a right way and a wrong way to get attention from a potential employer in cyberspace. More

Update Your Job Hunting Skills
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In today's job search climate, online application processes, networking, screening and interviewing have changed dramatically. The job search process is much different for many individuals looking for work. There is a learning curve to overcome. More


Recruiting Trends 2011-2012
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The college labor market continues to expand opportunities, but at a more moderate rate than last year. Total hiring across all degrees will expand by 4 percent in the coming year. Uncertainty has lessened somewhat among employers and is reflected in a higher intention to hire college students, approaching the optimism of the 2007-2008 college labor market. More

The Importance of Self-Advocacy
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Self-advocacy and a thirst for feedback are essential qualities for career management and for life — from the classroom to the boardroom. More

Small Workplace Asks, Big Career Wins in 2012
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Small ask, big reward. In science, it's called the minimum effective dose: the smallest dose that will effect the desired outcome in an experiment. In the case of your career, we're talking about happiness, job satisfaction and general well-being. And it just might be the answer to ending the year on a high note — and starting 2012 on the path to a happier, healthier, more motivated career. More

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