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Social Sciences - Career - 30.05.2019

Innovation - Career - 24.05.2019
Digital technologies are key to tackling the regional prosperity gap, say academics
Digital technologies are helping independent businesses be more productive during what is a challenging economic period, research shows.

Social Sciences - Career - 22.05.2019
President and provost host community conversation at new Redwood City campus
President and provost host community conversation at new Redwood City campus
President Marc Tessier-Lavigne and Provost Persis Drell answered questions about the long-range vision and other issues during a community meeting on Tuesday.

Business / Economics - Career - 15.05.2019

Career - 13.05.2019
UW Information School's Hala Annabi creates new 'Autism @ Work Playbook'
UW Information School’s Hala Annabi creates new ’Autism @ Work Playbook’
"Nothing about us without us” is a phrase often used to express the need for people to have a say in designing policies that affect their own lives.

Physics - Career - 13.05.2019
University grants long-delayed doctoral degree to Cheryl Sundari Dembe
Innovative chemistry research from 1970s receives recognition after disruption due to gender discrimination Forty-eight years after leaving the University of Chicago, Cheryl Dembe will walk at Convocation ceremonies in June after earning her doctorate in Chemistry.

Health - Career - 13.05.2019
Overhaul of clinical training in Scotland to help retain women in the field
Scottish science is set to receive a multimillion pound boost to transform training for doctors who undertake cancer research - and help retain women scientists in the field.

Mathematics - Career - 13.05.2019
3 inspiring Sydney women tell their mathematics story
3 inspiring Sydney women tell their mathematics story
Three of our inspiring mathematicians share their journey, passion and how they think we can get more women in mathematics.

Health - Career - 09.05.2019
Workplace-based smoking cessation program helps Yale Hospitality employees
Joanne Ursini didn't need help from a nicotine patch or stick of chewing gum to quit smoking. She could just stop, whenever she wanted to, even after having smoked off and on for 35 years.

Life Sciences - Career - 08.05.2019
University of Chicago pioneers new model to fund risky, ambitious research
On one windy afternoon, University of Chicago microbiologist Sean Crosson climbed down the shore of Lake Michigan and dipped in a plastic beaker taped to a mop handle.

Health - Career - 08.05.2019
National Cancer Center partnership expected to advance research at Yale
A new partnership with the National Cancer Center of China will provide new opportunities for collaborative research, clinical trials and workforce training at the Yale School of Public Health, Yale Cancer Center and Yale Institute for Global Health.

Computer Science / Telecom - Career - 02.05.2019
The Brown Institute of Stanford and Columbia universities announces its Magic Grant winners
Stanford graduate students are among recipients of grants aimed at fostering new tools and modes of expression.

Career - Business / Economics - 25.04.2019
Corruption contagion: How legal and finance firms are at greater risk of corruption
Corruption contagion: How legal and finance firms are at greater risk of corruption
Companies with fewer levels of management such as legal, accountancy and investment banking firms could be up to five times more susceptible to corruption than similar sized organisations with a taller structure such as those in manufacturing, a new study by the University of Sussex and Imperial College has revealed.

Career - 24.04.2019
UCLA Depression Grand Challenge seeks votes in competition for $100,000 grant
When “Game of Thrones” star Sophie Turner recently spoke about her years of battling severe depression, it once again shed light on both the prevalence and stigma of a problem that affects more than 300 million people worldwide.

Career - 24.04.2019
Benchmarks for aged care work conditions urgent: experts
A new report released today has called for urgent reform of the working conditions in the aged care sector, which will address the shocking stories emerging from the aged care royal commission.

Career - Innovation - 23.04.2019
Bosch Chair Enters New Era
CyLab Director Lorrie Cranor has received the Bosch Distinguished Professorship in Security and Privacy Technologies, enabling her to lead a new era of security and privacy research at Carnegie Mellon University.

Career - Business / Economics - 18.04.2019
Top jobs still lack diversity and equality
Privately educated, white, male graduates are more likely to be recruited to senior roles and be paid higher wages by elite multinational firms, new research shows.

Innovation - Career - 17.04.2019

Religions - Career - 16.04.2019
Chancellor Carol Christ and Professor Emerita Carol Clover on women in the academy, then and now
When Chancellor Carol Christ joined the faculty at UC Berkeley in 1970 as an assistant professor in the English department, she was the fourth woman to join the department, which had 84 faculty members at the time.

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