Faculty Job Search Series: Summer 2022

This summer, Career Advising and Professional Development will help you prepare for your upcoming academic job search. When tenure track faculty jobs post this fall, you’ll be ready! Join us as we discuss the application process and consider the documents …

By Alexis Boyer
Alexis Boyer Assistant Director of Graduate Student Career Services
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Finding jobs in 2021: CAPD’s guide to the current state of recruiting

After the last eighteen months, it comes as no surprise that the recruiting landscape has seen a major shift to virtual recruiting  and an emphasis on improving company culture and inclusivity. However, there’s plenty about fall 2021’s recruiting cycle …

By Lydia Huth
Lydia Huth Communications Specialist
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Hallucinating to better text translation

A machine-learning method imagines what a sentence visually looks like, to situate and ground its semantics in the real world, improving translation, like humans can. Read more on MIT News.

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MIT Morningside Academy for Design

On March 14th 2022, MIT President Reif announced the creation of the MIT Morningside Academy for Design, which according to MIT News, will be a “a major interdisciplinary center that will build on the Institute’s leadership in design-focused education and …

By Tavi Sookhoo
Tavi Sookhoo Assistant Director, Career Prototypes
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CAPD is now hiring for student Career Fair Directors and a Communications Intern

Looking for leadership experience? Interested in tech, logistics, marketing, graphic design, management, or other essential event-planning skills? Love writing social media posts, designing graphics, or crafting articles? 

Career Advising and Professional Development (CAPD) is now hiring for these student leadership …

By Lydia Huth
Lydia Huth Communications Specialist
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How to Get a Job in the Music Industry

Keith Hatschek’s book How to Get a Job in the Music Industry has helped thousands of people follow their dreams and find work helping to create more music in the world. If you are looking for a job in the …

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STEAM Jobs List: 10 Careers that Combine Art and Math

While it is easy to separate interests and careers into purely left brain or right brain, STEAM programs have shown that art is an integral part of science and technology learning. Whether your students have shown interest in advanced math, …

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Tech as Art: Supporting Artists Who Use Technology as a Creative Medium

This report is the result of a two-year research initiative exploring the multifaceted creative practices of artists who engage with digital technologies. The research examines the creative infrastructure supporting tech-focused artistic practices and provides insight into the existing challenges and opportunities faced …

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How Technology is Changing the Art World

Art history shows that artists have always sought new art forms and unconventional mediums to express their artistic principles. Various avant-garde movements that started mushrooming in the early20th century fundamentally challenged the traditional perception of art. Artists emerging from these …

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Become a VR/AR Engineer

The Virtual and Augmented Reality industry was already growing exponentially, but the demand for VR/AR-driven devices has spiked during the COVID-19 pandemic as more and more people look to safely escape their quarantines.

With the need to maintain social distancing …

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Career Path: How to Become an NLP Engineer

When tech companies want to create sophisticated computers that can understand human language, they hire NLP Engineers to complete this task. NLP, or natural language processing, is a form of artificial intelligence (AI) and is especially useful for retrieving and …

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Twitter’s new font and Last of Us 2: an accessibility lesson to be learned | The UX Collective

One hot discussion on Twitter these days (especially in the design/tech parts of it) is Twitter itself. All the buzz is about Twitter’s new look. The update includes:

New font — Chirp;
Higher contrast (new high contrast/less blue colours, as …

By Lydia Huth
Lydia Huth Communications Specialist
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