A Kaiser summer internship
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A Kaiser summer internship

When you read this, Grace Bailey ’18 will have set off for Oakland, California, where she’ll be interning for the summer at Kaiser Permanente. Here’s what she’s found out about the company so far: “KaiserĀ makes an effort to solve problems inĀ an innovative and service-focused (as opposed to research-focused) manner, usually through the use of emerging … Continue reading

Berger Students Attend WPA!
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Berger Students Attend WPA!

In early May, seven Berger Institute research assistants attended the Western Psychological Association’s annual conference to present posters of their latest research findings. This year’s conference took place in Long Beach, and it was an excellent opportunity for our students to show off the hard work they’ve completed here over the past year. In the … Continue reading

Women in Accounting Panel
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Women in Accounting Panel

Join us on Monday, 3/28 for a lunch panel at the Athenaeum. Emily Rollins ’92 of Deloitte, Hilda Echeverria of Ernest & Young, and Maryellen Galuchie of Grant Thornton will be giving fascinating insights about their career paths and what work-life balance means to them. Lindsay Slocum ’17 and Parker Mallchok ’17 will moderate. Lunch … Continue reading

How Early Is Too Early To Be Worried About Work-Life Balance?
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How Early Is Too Early To Be Worried About Work-Life Balance?

Working at CMC’s Berger Institute has given Director Tomoe Kanaya, PhD, and Program Coordinator Gabriela Grannis an insider’s view of young, talented and highly motivated undergraduates who increasingly express concerns regarding their current and future work-family balance. They’ve just written an article about this in the most recent issue of The California Psychologist (Summer 2014). … Continue reading