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Bias for Action: More Projects, More Fun

Just passing the midpoint in my Amazon Software Development Engineering internship, I’ve continued to make leaps and bounds. My original project that I was assigned is now in the testing and deployment phase. It’s exciting to think about that within my first couple of weeks at Amazon, I’m already getting the chance for my work… Read the full article…


Top 5 InfoSpace Posts from Spring 2018

Are you still trying to catch up on all the emails you’ve ignored since January 1? If you’re worried you may have missed some of our best posts: we have your back. Here are the top 5 InfoSpace posts we’ve published so far this year. Did your favorite blog make the list? If not, let… Read the full article…



Justin Hilgart ’16 – Dual Major Provides Path to Entrepreneurial Success

Syracuse University is well known for its flexibility with multi-interested students. For many, dual major programs are the initial stepping stone to a characteristically rich, well-rounded professional career. For 2016 graduate Justin Hilgart, the dual program between the Martin J. Whitman School of Management and the School of Information Studies provided the skills and opportunities… Read the full article…


Getting Ready for the FBI

June 11th is quickly approaching, which marks the end of my month long summer vacation. For a few weeks, I have listened to my friends hold conversations about their work experiences so far, and I am eager to share mine! In less than a week, I will begin my summer internship with the Federal Bureau… Read the full article…