The World’s Largest MBA Tour hosted by QS is coming to a city near you! Attendees will have the opportunity to speak face-to-face with representatives from dozens of top international and local business schools and get all of their MBA-related questions answered! Continue reading The World’s Largest MBA Tour hosted by QS
Dr. Clarise R. Starr—2018 HENAAC award winner for scientist of the year—is a supervisory biological scientist in the Aeromedical Research Department of the Air Force Research Laboratory, 711th Human Performance Wing, United States Air Force School of Aerospace Medicine, located at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio. Continue reading Get to Know the Scientist of the Year: Dr. Clarise R. Starr
Atlanta-based psychiatrist Patrice A. Harris, MD, is the first black woman to become the American Medical Association’s (AMA) president. When Dr. Harris assumes her role in June this year, she will also be the Association’s first African-American female to hold that office.
Continue reading Making Strides in Health Care—AMA elects its first African-American woman president
At some point during your daily commute, you have likely experienced all five stages of grief. And while traffic is inevitable, it’s important to remember that you’re not in this alone. Continue reading How to Make Your Commute So Much Better
Milken Institute’s 2018 State Technology and Science Index, a biennial assessment of states’ capabilities and competitiveness in a tech-focused economy, ranked the top ten states to pursue a STEM career. Continue reading Looking for a STEM Job? Head to These States
America loves to drink wine. In fact, it’s estimated by the Wine Institute that over 949 million gallons of it are consumed each year in the country, averaging out to nearly three gallons of wine for each resident. Wine enthusiasts have two holidays they can observe for the drink that novelist Robert Louis Stevenson called “bottled poetry.” Continue reading Fun Ways to Observe National Wine Day with Friends
College admissions issues has been stealing the headlines. From the college admission scandal, where wealthy people allegedly paid to help their kids get accepted to high ranking colleges, to the talk of adding diversity scores to help boost some SAT/ACT tests, the news is filled with the challenges that those wanting to go to a good college may face. Continue reading How Concierge Parenting Services Can Help Prepare Kids for College
By Greg Stuart
Are you in the market for a new job? Is 2019 the year that you decide to make a change in your career? If you answered yes to either of those questions, then you need to get an idea of what skills are in demand. Continue reading What Are the Most In-Demand Job Skills?
MINNEAPOLIS, MINNESOTA – Traditional Chinese medicine has been practiced for thousands of years and is well respected worldwide. Out of that health and wellness field there has emerged the area of Chinese herbal formulas. Continue reading 5 Ailments Chinese Medicine Formulas Can Help
Julie Zhuo is the VP of product design at Facebook. After graduating from Stanford University in 2006, she joined the social media giant as an intern and quickly worked her way up to becoming a manager at 25.
Continue reading Facebook VP says this is an immediate ‘red flag’ in a job interview