About Jack Devine
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Having a Handshake profile can be an incredibly useful resource, but it could also prove to be overwhelming. There’s a possibility of information overload. Luckily, there’s tools on Handshake that can limit the amount of events and job opportunities you’re exposed to. You have the power to decide what you want to find out about.
David Gary earned his PhD in History at the CUNY Graduate Center. He is now an Associate Director of Collections at the American Philosophical Society.
Suzanne Vickberg earned her Master's and PhD in Psychology at the CUNY Graduate Center. She is now an author, professional coach, and Chief Researcher at Deloitte Greenhouse.
Liam Sweeney earned his Master’s in Liberal Studies and is currently a Senior Analyst at Ithaka S+R. In this episode of Alumni Aloud, I speak with Liam about his passion for helping labor in humanities programs, the challenges of working while earning your degree, and the importance of showing up to the right place at the right time.
Amanda Licastro studied English Literature, Digital Humanities, and Composition and Rhetoric at the CUNY Graduate Center. She is now an Emerging and Digital Literacy Designer at Penn Libraries.
Paul Schweigert studied History at the Graduate Center and is now a Senior Software Engineer at IBM.
Many events listed on Handshake are not organized by the Office of Career Planning and Professional Development. These events are coordinated by Handshake and employers. While these events are not specifically designed for students and alumni of the CUNY Graduate Center, you can still learn a lot by attending them.
Rebecca Amato received her PhD in History at the CUNY Graduate Center. She is currently the Director of Teaching and Learning at Illinois Humanities.
Rachel Manes received her PhD in Developmental Psychology at the CUNY Graduate Center and is currently a Senior Clinical Supervisor at BCS Counseling Group.
Public speaking is a critical skill for aspiring doctoral candidates to further build their resume. Community radio stations offer a space that both academics in training and professors can share their work on a platform that reaches a widespread audience.
Aaron Eisenberg received his Master’s in Liberal Studies at the CUNY Graduate Center. He is currently a Project Manager focused on North America and the United Nations at the Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung.
Ivan Anastassov received his PhD in Biology at the CUNY Graduate Center and is currently an Assistant Professor in the Department of Biology at San Francisco State University.