Job Opportunity: Google UX Researcher, India

Listed below is an exciting job opportunity with Google located in Bengaluru, Karnataka, India.  Please see the link attached below for additional details and how to apply. Job Title: UX Researcher, Search Ads (English) About the job User Experience (UX) Researchers work to answer the most challenging questions in design. In this role, you will…

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Industry News

     Marketing Analytics In this article, Shashi Seth provides interesting insights into how real-time analytics and automation capabilities have helped change the experience and attitude towards customers have for online chatbots. Marketing Article   Information Systems In this article, Daniel Newman of Forbes highlights ways to use cloud monitoring to improve employee insight. By…

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Hot Jobs

Hot Jobs for MS Students! Pay attention students! Listed below are three jobs you should consider applying to. If you are interested in applying for these jobs, you MUST check HireSmith.   Company: PwC Job: PwC — Start Internship, Career Preview, Elevate, Assurance, Tax, Risk Assurance Internship and Full Time Opportunities Who Can Apply: MS – Accounting…

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MS Upcoming Events

MS Immigration Workshop: CPT, OPT and the Path to H1B sponsorship All MS Students When: Friday February 15th, 2018, 12:00 PM-1:30 PM EDT Where: Room 1212 Introduction: The Office of Career Services welcomes our long time partner, the law firm of McCandlish Holten to Smith to facilitate a discussion on the H1B visa process, important timelines…

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MS Upcoming Events

I wrote it, now what? Tools for revision All MS Students When: Wednesday Dec 5th, 2018, 12:00 PM-1:30 PM EDT Where: 5100B McKeldin Library Introduction:  You just finish writing that final research paper. How do you move toward the next draft? How can you be an effective editor of your own work? At this workshop,…

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Career Tips for Terps

1. You aren’t married to your major. I began as a computer science major, and eventually (and frustratingly) wound up with a communications degree. A far cry from what I thought I was going to earn at the end. But, you know what? It didn’t matter. Sure, getting a degree was important to me and…

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