Digital Life After College

Are you professionally prepared for work in the digital age? Hear from and interact with panelists about curating your digital identity and brand, enhancing your tech skills, and preparing for success in our technological culture. 

Michael J. Paulus, Jr, is the University Librarian and an Associate Professor at SPU. In addition to leading the SPU Library, he regularly teaches classes on technology and ethics for the College of Arts and Sciences, the School of Education, and the School of Theology. He is a graduate of the Foster School of Business at the University of Washington and holds graduate degrees in divinity from Princeton Theological Seminary and in library and information science from Rutgers University.

Ryan Ingersoll is the Head of Library Technology at SPU where he supports the academic technology needs of students, faculty, and staff. He oversees the Library Tech Desk, which provides technology tools, assistance, and space for students to discover, create, and share.

Cindy Strong, M.L.S. has a Masters in Library Science from the University of Maryland. Since graduating in 2004, she worked as a high school librarian for 5 years on the East Coast. She moved to Seattle 8 years ago and started as SPU's Business, Economics, and Education Librarian in 2009.  Besides enjoying teaching students and reading, she loves downhill skiing. At age 15 someone suggested she train for the Winter Olympics in skiing.

Daniel Hallak is an expert in job searching, career counseling, and résumé writing. Having worked in recruiting at Microsoft and in career advising at several colleges and universities, he practices everything he preaches as he models intentional career management and personal branding. Currently he is the Professional Development Specialist for an innovative 1-year Master’s degree in Management and Social/Sustainable Business that transforms liberal arts graduates into highly polished young professionals. Daniel has coached hundreds of students, alumni, and seasoned professionals.


Posted: Friday, December 18, 2015