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Meg Palmer

Meg Palmer, is a graduate and freelance writer at SNHUMeg Palmer ’18 is a writer and scholar by trade who loves reading, riding her bike and singing in a barbershop quartet. She earned her bachelor’s degree in English, language and literature at Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU) and her master’s degree in writing, rhetoric and discourse at DePaul University (’20). While attending SNHU, she served as the editor-in-chief of the campus student newspaper, The Penmen Press, where she deepened her passion for writing. Meg is an adjunct professor at Johnson and Wales University, where she teaches first year writing, honors composition, and public speaking. Connect with her on LinkedIn.

Featured work by Meg Palmer

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Dual Degree vs. Double Major: What's the Difference?

Dual degrees and double majors can help you deepen your studies and get the most out of your college experience, especially if you have multiple interests or potential career paths. While they may sound similar, these key differences can help you determine which would be a good fit for you.

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What Does a Project Manager Do? And Why You Might Be a Good One

Project managers plan, execute and oversee tasks to achieve project goals. They coordinate teams, manage resources, monitor progress and ensure timely delivery while mitigating risks. They are a key part of many businesses, teams and projects.

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Types of Communication Styles And How to Identify Them

Everyone has their own communication style. Knowing what these styles look like — and how to identify them — can help you better communicate and work with other people. Learn how to leverage communication styles to communicate successfully across different mediums and cultures.

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How to Become a Data Scientist

Data science is a field that aims to study trends and make decisions based on real-world data. Successful data scientists must possess technical skills like programming, math/statistics and business knowledge to analyze data, identify patterns and build predictive algorithms.

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