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Career - Administration - 08.07.2020

Career - Administration - 08.07.2020
The urban job escalator has stopped moving
The urban job escalator has stopped moving
Study shows that cities have stopped providing middle-class work in recent decades - especially for Black and Latino workers.

Career - Economics / Business - 03.07.2020
Made in England?
Made in England?
A car constructed entirely of Korean components could be classed as Made in Britain under proposals put forward by the UK Government to the EU, analysis by the UK Trade Policy Observatory details.

Economics / Business - Career - 02.07.2020

Career - Social Sciences - 30.06.2020

Career - Computer Science - 29.06.2020
Researchers helping to ready vote-by-mail system for November
Researchers helping to ready vote-by-mail system for November
Feds fund study to validate, improve VotingWorks' open-source vote-by-mail technology Rice University researchers are teaming with nonprofit VotingWorks to validate and improve open-source technology

Law - Career - 25.06.2020
Stanford law students help win landmark Supreme Court case
Stanford law students help win landmark Supreme Court case
The Supreme Court's ruling last week that federal law protects gay and transgender workers from discrimination was facilitated, in part, by law students working in the Stanford Supreme Court Litigation Clinic.

Computer Science - Career - 25.06.2020

Health - Career - 23.06.2020
75% of US workers can't work exclusively from home, face greater risks during pandemic
75% of US workers can’t work exclusively from home, face greater risks during pandemic
About three-quarters of U.S. workers, or 108 million people, are in jobs that cannot be done from home during a pandemic, putting these workers at increased risk of exposure to disease.

Electroengineering - Career - 15.06.2020

Career - 15.06.2020
Strengthening Research Cooperation in Europe
University network Una Europa funds twelve international research projects No 100/2020 from Jun 15, 2020 In the first round of the Una Europa Seed Funding competition, 12 new research projects will receive seed funding.

Innovation - Career - 12.06.2020
EPFL's startups cautiously moving forward
EPFL's startups cautiously moving forward
The lockdown has been a real headache for most EPFL startups. All but a few were forced to halt their development.

Environment - Career - 12.06.2020

Career - Administration - 08.06.2020
U-M law clinic meets high demand for unemployment benefit assistance
FACULTY Q&A Workers nationwide have struggled to receive unemployment benefits during the global pandemic that forced many businesses and organizations to close.

Materials Science - Career - 05.06.2020
Elizabeth Dickey Named Head of Materials Science and Engineering
Elizabeth Dickey, a leading researcher in the field of materials science and engineering, has been named head of the Department of Materials Science and Engineering at Carnegie Mellon University effective January 2021.

Career - Social Sciences - 04.06.2020
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