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Career Development Specialist Joins GFCB

Adrianne Browning, Assistant Director in the Center for Career and Professional Development, has been named Professional Development Specialist for the Gordon Ford College of Business.

In this position, Browning will assist students with developing their professional skills in order to fulfill their career goals. She will advise students with their resume and cover letters, assist them with their searches for internships and employment, develop them into effective interviewers, and provide guidance on professional dress.

Additionally, she is available to the faculty and staff of the GFCB to lead workshops, seminars, and class discussions in any of these areas.

Students will be able to meet Browning in Grise Hall two days a week.

Browning earned her Master’s Degree in Education from WKU, specializing in Student Affairs in Higher Education, and her Bachelor’s Degree from WKU in Interdisciplinary Studies with an emphasis on business. She has served on staff at WKU since 1997.

“Through our on-going collaboration with the Center for Career and Professional Development (CCPD) and the Professional Education and Knowledge (PEAK) Program, our College is focusing significant attention on preparing student for long-term career success. Special thanks to the PEAK Committee and Dr. Lynn Holland, Director of the CCPD, for their efforts to make our student experience the best in the Commonwealth,” said Jeff Katz, dean of the GFCB.

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