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Jen Reiseman-Briscoe

Jen Reiseman-Briscoe is a professional writer working for MBS. A former English major, she is fascinated by all things STEM, and enjoys writing about the increasing integration of liberal arts and STEM education in the learning process—particularly at the undergraduate and graduate levels.

Welcome New MBS Students!

Over two days in mid-August, MBS faculty and staff welcomed the program’s largest-ever incoming class via MBS’s first-ever virtual orientation. Held on August 13 and 18, respectively, the two sessions—split due to the total number of incoming students—featured plenty of meeting, mixing, mingling, and (this year) virtual transporting.

MBS Alumni Welcome New Students During Semester-Opening “Virtual Friday”

What is more gratifying than earning your MBS degree? Earning your degree and returning to share your wisdom, advice, and details about your career journey(s) with current MBS students.

Introduced as a series last spring, “Virtual Fridays: Alumni Career Stories" was an instant hit—returning this semester with a special “new student” welcome on September 4, 2020.

2021 Labor Data: Important Jobs, Being Human, and What January 2021 Tells us About the Future

The year 2020, and the COVID-19 pandemic that defined it, will go down in history as one of the most pivotal, life-altering time-periods, ever—one that was universally and equally devastating, and one that will likely change for good the way we communicate, learn, and work.

There were, of course, some silver linings, and there were also moments of levity that made some of the tougher times more bearable.