International students face limitations for jobs on campus

International students make up 10 percent of the school's total enrollment and this number has grown by 1.7 percent from 2013 to 2016, but only 36 percent of student employees are international students. The international student program is outgrowing the available jobs on campus, and due to … [Read more...]

Summer employment fair on April 19

The Career Management Center officials are hosting its second Summer Employment Fair on April 19 from 3 to 4:30 p.m. in Legacy Hall. Students interested in seeking summer employment can attend and visit with the 18 companies at the fair. Stephanie Sullivan, assistant director of career management … [Read more...]

Social media changes the career landscape

Online personas have reshaped every aspect of modern life, including professional identities and job searches. Social media gives an employer a window into an applicant’s activities outside of a business setting, and is increasingly being used as a screening tool.Blake Muse, mass communication … [Read more...]

Housing, dining director to take over Study Abroad

As Larry Williams, sociology professor and director of the Study Abroad Program, reaches retirement this May, Michael Mills, director of housing and dining services, will take over Williams' position June 1 this summer. "I’m very fortunate and very honored to have the opportunity to take over … [Read more...]

Minimum wage increase would impact library service

Congress continues to debate legislation that would increase the federal minimum wage from $7.25 to $10.10 per hour, possibly forcing a reduction of student jobs at the Moffett Library in the process. There are no students earning $10.10 per hour in the library, one of the largest student … [Read more...]