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Exam Day Jitters

What is the best way to deal with exam jitters? Google, Bing, Duck Duck Go,, and other sources will give you common wisdom and anecdotes about various techniques that have worked for other test takers. These may work for you. But what if you want some no-nonsense, scientifically reliable, double-blind-tested techniques? If so, the […]

Welcome to the Employment Opportunities Blog!

The CSD is pleased to announce our newest blog!  This blog will feature job postings, OCIs, clerkships, clinics and externships and other information devoted solely to employment opportunities for students and alumni.  Stay tuned as we populate this blog with helpful tools and, more importantly, job opportunities!

U favors men’s sports

“Let’s not beat around the bush; let’s not come up with fancy reasons — this is gender discrimination,” said Nancy Hogshead-Makar, a law professor in Florida and the senior director of advocacy for the Women’s Sports Foundation. … read the entire article at the Minnesota Daily.

Gender Gap Shrinking Worldwide in Aquatic Sports at Olympic Games

“Women make up 50 percent of the (world) population, so I can’t see any logical reason for women not being 50 percent of the competitors,” said Nancy Hogshead-Makar, the senior director of advocacy at the Women’s Sports Foundation and a 1984 swimming Olympic champion. Having been a swimmer for many years, Hogshead-Makar said she saw […]