Dunstanette Macauley-Dukuly

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Dunstanette Macauley-Dukuly

Dunstanette coordinates both the Medicine & Health Professions and Science, Techonology, Engineering, & Sustainability Career Interest Communities. She manages the student mentorship program and the internal application process for students applying to graduate programs in the health professions. She counsels and advises Drew students and alumni on their career, job, and internship plans and critiques resumes/CVs, personal statements, and cover letters. Dunstanette graduated with a B.S. in Public Health from Rutgers University- New Brunswick.

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Best and Worst Things About Working in Biotech

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Opportunities in the pharma/biotech industry exist at every career level. Scientists with graduate degrees are in high demand, as are workers with science-related bachelor’s and associate’s degrees. Workers with no scientific background may find jobs in administration, finance, law, marketing, …

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Nurse Practitioners and Physician Assistants – The Hot Jobs of Healthcare

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How many times have you visited a doctor’s office, urgent care, or hospital and received treatment by a Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant? Chances are high that it was more than a few times. This is not a surprise …

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3 Careers to Save the World

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Although you might not have super-human strength, the ability to read minds, or lightning speed, you do have the capability to make significant changes for the betterment of both the human population and the world in general. To that end, …

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How Listening to Music at Work Affects Your Productivity

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Whenever I have a hard time focusing on a repetitive work task such as inputting data into an Excel sheet, I find that when I listen to music, particularly upbeat music I know well, I’m able to focus more intently …

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How to Develop a Thoughtful Plan to Promote Rural Opportunities

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In 2018, the healthcare sector created one out of every seven jobs, making it the largest employer in the US. Although 60 million US citizens call rural communities home, many of those citizens will not benefit from healthcare’s …

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How to Recognize “Job Spam” from Legitimate Job Offers

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One of the biggest motivators for getting through the grueling years of residency is the “eye on the prize” notion that it will all pay off in the end. Although the dark nights and long days of …

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Narrow vs. General AI: What’s Next for Artificial Intelligence?

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In 1950, Alan Turing asked, “Can machines think?”

At the time, it probably seemed like an outlandish suggestion, but fast-forward almost 70 years and artificial intelligence can detect diseases, fly drones, translate between languages, recognize emotions, trade stocks, and even …

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3 Traditional Healthcare Career Paths in High Demand

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Healthcare is a constantly growing industry. This is due to a rising elderly population, a rise of chronic conditions such as diabetes and obesity (due to environmental and lifestyle anomalies), advancement in medicine and in medical technology, and the growth in the …

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5 Ways Covid-19 Will Forever Change the Way We Work

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The coronavirus pandemic has resulted in many changes to workplaces worldwide. And some of these changes are here to stay—for the better. Here are five of the most likely permanent changes to work and workplaces as a result of Covid-19.

1. More …

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5 Careers That Let You Travel the World

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You don’t have to wait until you retire to travel the world. If you choose the right career, you’ll be able to see the world while you earn a living. In fact, there are many career paths that support location …

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