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Scientists & Technologists
Data/Analytics environment Field Research laboratory research Social Science engineering/computer science

People in these fields...

Scientists, Technologists, and Health Professionals

focus on research, analysis, design, development, education, sales, management, and support in a variety of scientific, technical environments. People in these fields spend their time interacting with machines, software, and specimens; collecting and analyzing data; collaborating within interdisciplinary teams; and communicating findings and outcomes. Check out some examples of professionals who pursued a career in science.

Certificates to consider:

Service Learning

Research Experience


Calendar of Events - Scientists & Technologists

screen capture of University Career Center Career Communities calendar of events fall 2020 linking to PDF



Events, Workshops, & Info Sessions

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Student Spotlights

Year in School & Major:
senior in mathematics
Internship/Job Organization:
NASA Johnson Space Center
Year in School & Major:
graduate student in Museum Studies
Internship/Job Organization:
American Museum of Natural History

Video Spotlights from KU Interns

Resume Samples

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Mathematics (pdf)

Environmental Studies (pdf)

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