Alumni Sharing Knowledge

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    Proposal Guidelines

    Students and recent alumni are curious about the realities of the "world of work." Career decisions can be challenging with inaccurate and/or incomplete information. Share your career knowledge and advice by proposing a blog entry or webinar topic. Guidelines for submission: • No longer than 250-500 words • Demonstrate your industry knowledge • Must be first-hand professional experience (i.e.) “Hot Topic in Marketing”, “Challenges in Publishing”, “Career Advancement in Law”, “Growth in Sales”, etc. All submissions will be reviewed and considered. We will remain in contact and communicate your submission status. Questions? Email Nikki Barnett, senior career consultant for alumni, at nikki.barnett@stonybrook.edu

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    Contributor Agreement Form

    The undersigned Contributor, hereinafter referred to as the “Publisher,” agrees that said Contributor is hereby retained as an independent contractor to perform the following service: Providing an article or written submission for the: Stony Brook University Career Center and Alumni Association 1. It is expressly agreed between the Contributor and the Publisher that the work to be prepared by the Contributor pursuant to this agreement shall be considered as work made for hire as that term is defined in Section 101 of the Copyright Act of 1976. 2. The work to be prepared hereunder will contain no material from other copyrighted works without the written permission of the owner of such copyrighted material. The Contributor will at his/her sole expense obtain and bear all cost for such permissions and deliver them in writing to the Publisher on or before delivery of the work. 3. The Contributor warrants that he/she is the sole and exclusive creator of the work and that the work does not and will not in any way infringe upon any copyright, violate any proprietary rights, or contain any scandalous, libelous, injurious or unlawful matter. In the event of claim, demand or suit against the Publisher by reason of any violation of proprietary right or copyright, or by reason of any libelous, unlawful or otherwise injurious material contained in said work, the Publisher may take any action he deems appropriate for the resolution of such dispute, and unless and until such claim, demand, or suit has been favorably settled or withdrawn, the Publisher may withhold any sums due the Contributor under this Agreement. The Contributor shall indemnify and hold harmless the Publisher for expenses incurred in the defense of such claim, demand or suit, and for any recovery finally sustained as a result thereof. 4. The Publisher has the right to edit or alter the work if in the opinion of the Publisher such editing or alteration is required to make the work acceptable for publication. 5. The Publisher is under no obligation to use the work to be prepared hereunder in any of its publications, nor is the Publisher under any obligation to use the Contributor’s services with regard to any subsequent revision or editions of any publications in which the work may be contained. 6. The Publisher may acknowledge the Contributor’s work in any publication in which the work is contained and the Contributor grants the Publisher the right in this regard to display his/her name in any publication in which the work hereunder is contained or in any advertising relating to said publications. 7. This Agreement shall bind the heirs, assigns, executors or administrators of the Contributor and the assigns or successors of the Publisher.
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