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David M. Marchesani

Associate Director - Academic Advising

University of Northern Iowa

Direct Phone: (319) ***-****       

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University of Northern Iowa

1222 West 27Th St

Cedar Falls, Iowa 50614

United States

Company Description

UNI has a long and rich history of service dating back to the mid-1800’s. In 1866, an orphanage for children affected by the Civil War was established in Cedar Falls. In a few years’ time, it became apparent that the building’s usefulness would shortly be ... more

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The truth is your major is ...

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The truth is your major is one factor of many that will shape your career path," said David Marchesani, academic advisor/career development coordinator in the Office of Academic Advising at the University of Northern Iowa.

Choosing a major should be a personal choice, according to Marchesani.It begins with an understanding of preferences and interests, skills and strengths, values and passions.There are books, Web sites and other materials available to help students determine their fields of study, and most colleges and universities employ advisers who can guide students through the process of choosing -- or changing -- their major."Students need time to develop an awareness of the relationship between academics, careers and experiences and understand how their career and academic decisions fit with their future plans," Marchesani said.
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"Employers seek out graduates with a record of success," Marchesani said.


The truth is your major is ...

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The truth is your major is one factor of many that will shape your career path," said David Marchesani, academic advisor/career development coordinator in the Office of Academic Advising at the University of Northern Iowa.

Choosing a major should be a personal choice, according to Marchesani. It begins with an understanding of preferences and interests, skills and strengths, values and passions. There are books, Web sites and other materials available to help students determine their fields of study, and most colleges and universities employ advisers who can guide students through the process of choosing -- or changing -- their major. "Students need time to develop an awareness of the relationship between academics, careers and experiences and understand how their career and academic decisions fit with their future plans," Marchesani said.
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"Employers seek out graduates with a record of success," Marchesani said.


June2008 | University of Northern Iowa

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The truth is your major is one factor of many that will shape your career path," said David Marchesani, academic advisor/career development coordinator in the Office of Academic Advising at the University of Northern Iowa.

Choosing a major should be a personal choice, according to Marchesani. It begins with an understanding of preferences and interests, skills and strengths, values and passions. There are books, Web sites and other materials available to help students determine their fields of study, and most colleges and universities employ advisers who can guide students through the process of choosing -- or changing -- their major.
"Students need time to develop an awareness of the relationship between academics, careers and experiences and understand how their career and academic decisions fit with their future plans," Marchesani said.
...
"Employers seek out graduates with a record of success," Marchesani said.


June2008 | University of Northern Iowa

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The truth is your major is one factor of many that will shape your career path," said David Marchesani, academic advisor/career development coordinator in the Office of Academic Advising at the University of Northern Iowa.

Choosing a major should be a personal choice, according to Marchesani. It begins with an understanding of preferences and interests, skills and strengths, values and passions. There are books, Web sites and other materials available to help students determine their fields of study, and most colleges and universities employ advisers who can guide students through the process of choosing -- or changing -- their major.
"Students need time to develop an awareness of the relationship between academics, careers and experiences and understand how their career and academic decisions fit with their future plans," Marchesani said.
...
"Employers seek out graduates with a record of success," Marchesani said.


2002-2004 UNI Catalog

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David M. Marchesani -- B.A., M.A.E., University of Northern IowaAcademic Advisor for Academic Advising Services -- 1999

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