In this alumni spotlight for The Current, Sunil Thakor shares memories of working in CRA's Finance Practice from 1999 to 2004. Bit.ly/3idWFL6
In this week’s Tech Lab Spotlight, Jonathan Blumenstein and Alex Loyd, who lead a recent Tableau training session detail the benefits of working with the data visualization tool. #CRAalwayslearning
After several full days of knowledge-sharing, #PhDSymposium participants enjoyed a speed networking session to virtually mingle with senior CRA colleagues and hear about career advancement, training and mentorship opportunities, and a day in the life of PhD consultants.
We're excited to be gearing up for our virtual #PhDSymposium, an exclusive, three-day program designed to introduce PhD candidates to a career in life sciences consulting. Through workshops, panel discussions, and interactive case studies, 33 participants from 22 schools will learn about the consulting world and how to put a PhD to great use at a global firm like CRA.
In this blog post for The Current, Vice President and Financial Economics Co-Practice Leader Arthur Baines shares his experience of working at CRA for the past 10 years, from values CRA instilled in him to his favorite memories.
The Cambridge, UK office is a relatively new addition to CRA’s network. Interested in learning more about the team, office, and city? Take a look at our blog post on The Current.
In this Tech Lab Spotlight, Associate Christian Wilson shares insight into the development and presentation of his three-part Python training series and the takeaways he hopes colleagues learned from the Lab. #CRAalwayslearning
What do digital forensic investigators do? In this blog post, associate Purvi Patki answers this frequently asked question and describes a typical day working on CRA’s Forensic Services team.
After years of midterms, weekly assignments, group projects, and final exams at university, adjusting to the “real world” may seem overwhelming. In this blog, Scott Sampson provides tips for ensuring a smooth transition from school to life at CRA.
All of us at CRA are feeling the impact on our professional and personal lives from the COVID-19 pandemic. Every community is developing its response to its circumstances, but our collective experiences and willingness to support each other is a powerful and reassuring force. At CRA, we have focused on the wellbeing of our people and providing them with a foundation of stability and safety. We have asked our colleagues to work from home, with access to infrastructure with the same capacity and security as they had available at their office desks. This has allowed us to service our clients and achieve progress with social distancing. We are taking every step available to support our colleagues, clients, and friends. Please reach out to any CRA colleagues if we can be of assistance, whether it be with ongoing issues or with new challenges arising from the global pandemic. This is a challenge we never expected to face, but with it upon us, we are committed to supporting the needs of our personal and professional communities. We are here and ready to help.