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Innovation - Career - 14.06.2024
Times Square billboard features Calgary startup, UCalgary professor
Not everyone gets to see their face on a digital billboard in New York City's Times Square, but that's exactly what happened to Dr. Faramarz Samavati, PhD, earlier this spring.

Career - Campus - 12.06.2024
'Enthusiasm is the most important thing of all'
’Enthusiasm is the most important thing of all’

Life Sciences - Career - 12.06.2024
Bob Prior: A deep legacy of cultivating books at the MIT Press

Campus - Career - 11.06.2024
From a racist diary to a kingfisher: design, film and art students show their final projects
From a racist diary to a kingfisher: design, film and art students show their final projects

Campus - Career - 10.06.2024
CMU Alumni Help ’The Heart of Rock and Roll’ Beat on Broadway

Campus - Career - 10.06.2024
How a quantum scientist, a nurse, and an economist are joining the fight against global poverty

Career - 07.06.2024
The HRS4R work group participates in the information sessions of the MSCA Postdoctoral Fellowships

Career - Economics - 07.06.2024
Sexual harassment rife in retail work
Sexual harassment rife in retail work
The peak bodies representing retailers and workers are calling on the industry to address the scourge of sexual harassment, in light of new research.

Environment - Career - 07.06.2024
Improving working environments amid environmental distress
Improving working environments amid environmental distress
Namrata Kala's wide-ranging research shows how climate change and other factors affect companies and their employees.

Campus - Career - 06.06.2024
'Social safety doesn't mean that mistakes can't be made - it's about learning from them'
’Social safety doesn’t mean that mistakes can’t be made - it’s about learning from them’

Career - Campus - 05.06.2024
Unique professional development course prepares students for future careers

Campus - Career - 05.06.2024
Higher education responds to changing needs of labor markets, finds U-M-led research
Do universities respond to the changing needs of industry by offering curriculums that provide students skills they need on the job? That's the central question of a multiyear research project led by Kevin Stange , co-director of the University of Michigan's Education Policy Initiative.

Career - Economics - 04.06.2024
Expert explainer: Will the Bank of Canada lower interest rates?
On June 5, the Bank of Canada will make its latest interest rate announcement amid speculation that a cut may be possible.

Economics - Career - 04.06.2024
Attend an information session for the IBIC Innovate UK ICURe Discover Programme
The eight-week ICURe programme will enable you to explore the commercial potential of your research and innovation with on focus on market awareness and customer discovery.

Career - Environment - 03.06.2024
Co-op students reflect on their Waterloo journey
Co-op students reflect on their Waterloo journey

Economics - Career - 03.06.2024
US camp industry adds billions to national economy

Economics - Career - 31.05.2024
New professor aims to make the world of work more inclusive: ’We need everyone to participate’

Career - Campus - 31.05.2024
The Director General for Science and Research presents updates to the research management programme

Career - Health - 30.05.2024
Generous perks equals happy workers? Not always. Here's what employees really want
Generous perks equals happy workers? Not always. Here’s what employees really want

Social Sciences - Career - 30.05.2024
Caring for people, culture and country: unpacking the value of Indigenous women's work  
Caring for people, culture and country: unpacking the value of Indigenous women’s work  
Research from the ANU has highlighted the immense unpaid caring labour that Indigenous women do. It is time that value was acknowledged.

Health - Career - 30.05.2024
Solving the nursing shortage: U-M researcher proposes government funding fix
FACULTY Q&A Health economist Olga Yakusheva , a professor at the University of Michigan School of Nursing, believes that current government reimbursement models incentivize hospitals to cut nursing jobs to save money.

Career - 29.05.2024
Pay for women in multiple low-paid employment falls below the national average
Weekly pay for women in multiple low-paid employment is forty percent lower than it is for all working women, according to the first UK-wide study on women's multiple low-paid employment, led by the University of Glasgow. It also found that for almost half of women in multiple low-paid employment, the combined hourly pay rate across all their jobs falls below the National Minimum/Living Wage - a situation that is worsened by the rising cost of living.

Campus - Career - 28.05.2024
University of Twente excels in student satisfaction in National Student Survey

Earth Sciences - Career - 28.05.2024
The CNRS and the FAPESP have signed a Franco-Brazilian collaboration agreement

Career - Pedagogy - 24.05.2024
Parenthood in research: the CNRS is leading the way
Parenthood in research: the CNRS is leading the way
Issues linked to parenthood are increasingly featured in the media, particularly the impact of maternity leave on female researchers' careers.

Career - 24.05.2024
Sentiment falls amid concerns that labor markets may weaken
Sentiment fell back about 10% in May, a departure from three consecutive months of very little change in consumer views, according to the University of Michigan Surveys of Consumers.

Astronomy / Space - Career - 23.05.2024
Researcher among UK pioneers to explore Universe’s first stars, largest explosions and more

Campus - Career - 22.05.2024
UT researches arduous transition to circular infrastructure sector

Career - Health - 22.05.2024
As L.A. County nighttime recreation program expands scope, success largely continues
As L.A. County nighttime recreation program expands scope, success largely continues
Nation, World + Society UCLA study shows Parks After Dark achieved intended goals Key takeaways A survey of attendees in 2023 found that 93% felt safe at Parks After Dark.

Career - 22.05.2024
Hiring people with disabilities requires looking beyond perceptions
Many people with disabilities would like to work but are not hired. There are many possible explanations for this persistent problem.

Environment - Career - 21.05.2024
Mobility research on commuting in the Suurstoffi in Risch-Rotkreuz
How much CO2 do Suurstoffi residents save by commuting from home and coworking? The working residents of Suurstoffi consume an average of around 742 kg of CO2 per year for their commute.

Career - Economics - 17.05.2024
Michigan economy going strong, US holding up-but inflation vexes and adds volatility to U-M forecast

Chemistry - Career - 16.05.2024
Pioneering professor at The University of Warwick announced as Fellow of the Royal Society

Campus - Career - 16.05.2024
Schulich master’s student takes a ride with CTrain analytics and learns how to improve the experience
A Schulich School of Engineering master's student is hoping small adjustments will make a major difference in Calgary Transit users' experiences.

Sport - Career - 16.05.2024
Kathy McConnell-Miller Named Head Women’s Basketball Coach at Carnegie Mellon

Career - Life Sciences - 15.05.2024
Exploring Uncharted Territories
Embarking on a postdoctoral journey marks a critical juncture for recent PhD graduates. ISTA wants to encourage ambitious researchers to follow their curiosity, even if it means taking risks.

Career - Research Management - 15.05.2024
Our commitment to supporting technical career development

Campus - Career - 15.05.2024
Faces of MIT: Reimi Hicks

Career - Campus - 13.05.2024
Ethnicity and gender still play role in likelihood of academic career
Recent research sheds new light on persistent gender and ethnic inequality in the Dutch academic world.

Health - Career - 10.05.2024
International Nurses Day: New research addresses UK's nursing shortage
International Nurses Day: New research addresses UK’s nursing shortage

Career - Campus - 10.05.2024
Waterloo Math’s ’Hidden Figure’

Innovation - Career - 06.05.2024
Industrial Production Is Entering a New Era
Industrial Production Is Entering a New Era
  High wages, shortage of labor - how will Germany be able to maintain its position as a hub of industry in view of these challenges?

Career - Economics - 03.05.2024
Big tech wants your attention. Not on Setori's watch
Big tech wants your attention. Not on Setori’s watch

Career - Sport - 03.05.2024
On the Way to a University Career
On the Way to a University Career

Campus - Career - 01.05.2024
Francis Fan Lee, former professor and interdisciplinary speech processing inventor, dies

Physics - Career - 01.05.2024
Nuno Loureiro named director of MIT’s Plasma Science and Fusion Center

Career - Sport - 01.05.2024
Studies in empathy and analytics
Senior James Simon wants to effect change in two ways: by quantifying societal issues and working directly with disadvantaged communities.

Astronomy / Space - Career - 30.04.2024
NASA Grants Support Academic Collaborations for STEM Student Success

Career - 30.04.2024
Science communication competition brings research into the real world

Innovation - Career - 26.04.2024
Five Royal Honours at TU Delft
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