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Hi everyone! If you have decided to attend Columbia University's Mailman School of Public Health in Fall 2017 (like me) then feel free to join the Facebook group I just created so we can connect with each other, ask questions, etc. https://www.facebook.com/groups/1527643387247818/ This group is intended to promote connectivity between students admitted to a Master of Public Health, Master of Science, or Master of Healthcare Administration degree programs at Columbia University's Mailman School of Public Health beginning in September 2017.
You will work alongside a team of highly skilled engineers delivering World-Class customer support for our market leading products. Riverbed prides itself on delivering an exceptional customer experience; come and join a team that’s proud of its high level of Customer Satisfaction. The primary responsibility for the Escalation Engineer is to manage technical issues for our clients. Thorough understanding of the customers environment and the ability to provide expert advice and advanced troubleshooting problem resolution steps are essential. Many of the problem scenarios require trace
Hi I am in the process of completing a bachelors degree in computer information systems with a concentration in network systems. my problem is I can't seem to find a masters degree program that I am eligible to apply for because of the classes I have taken. my degree is a bachelor of business administration degree not a science based one (it's the only computer degree offered at the college in my country) I would like to attend graduate school in Canada in a program that has a focus on networking. Does anyone have any advice or ideas? So far I've been looking at: