Category Archives: Online Education

Top 4 Tips for Interviewing

Our Organizational and Leadership Psychology Department recently hosted a “Breaking In” workshop for current students and alumni.  These 4 Top Tips For Interviewing were provided by MSPP Organizational Psychology Alumni, Marge Dupere and Dennis Woodruff. Do your homework: Prior to … Continue reading

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Top 3 Tips for Linked In

Our Organizational and Leadership Psychology Department recently hosted a “Breaking In” workshop for current students and alumni.  These 3 top tips on Linked In were provided by MSPP Organizational Psychology Alumna, Leto Papadopoulos. Keyword your LinkedIn profile with all relevant … Continue reading

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Top 3 Tips for Resume Writing

Our Organizational and Leadership Psychology Department recently hosted a “Breaking In” workshop for current students and alumni.  These 3 top tips on Resume Writing were provided by MSPP Organizational Psychology Alumna, Kelly Armstrong. Write a powerful opening/objective statement or summary. … Continue reading

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An Afghan Adventure

So, I spent the past 10 months at a Marine Corps base in Afghanistan. I’m not a Marine, not an active duty service member, nor a contractor.  I’m a legitimate Government Service (GS) “civil servant” who voluntarily applied to deploy … Continue reading

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Work Self versus Non-Work Self…in Bangkok

Some of us have a distinct Work Self separate from our Non-Work Self. You know, the driven, straight-laced person you are at work juxtaposed against the person who lets their hair down in appropriate settings outside of work. I personally … Continue reading

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Get Excited

I am back and feeling much more lively than last week! I have successfully completed my Capstone and now just under a week and the rest of my field placement stand between me and my degree! It’s so hard to … Continue reading

Posted in Experiential Education, Online Education, Organizational Psychology & Leadership

Applying to MSPP for My MAOP

I wrote in my first ever post about how I chose organizational psychology and MSPP. What I didn’t detail was what it was like applying, playing the waiting game, and finally getting accepted! There are all different paths that people … Continue reading

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Faculty Spotlight: Dr. Jerri Lynn Hogg

Dr. Jerri Lynn Hogg is an adjunct faculty member teaching Media Psychology courses at MSPP. Since Dr. Hogg has recently joined the MSPP family, I was asked to a do a faculty spotlight blog post on her. Dr. Hogg actually … Continue reading

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Connections

This past Saturday, I went to MSPP for the first time ever. I know, I know… I am an MSPP student, I live in Newton, what’s the deal? Well, with a busy work schedule and demanding classes, I never seemed … Continue reading

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Ending up at MSPP

Last spring, in the final semester of my undergraduate degree, the last thing on my priority list was applying to grad schools. I’d been earning my Bachelor’s for 4 long years [though it felt light-years longer at the time], and before that, … Continue reading

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