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Politics - Career - 10.04.2024
New report seeks to refresh UK’s approach to international affairs

Career - 10.04.2024
U-M debate team secures its first national title

Innovation - Career - 10.04.2024
DesignLab launches the DesignLab Academy for professionals
DesignLab proudly announces the launch of their Academy. Within the DesignLab Academy, the focus is on futures thinking; understanding the possibilities of the future so that we know how our decisions today will impact the world of tomorrow.

Innovation - Career - 04.04.2024
Investment in engineering education provides boost to Dutch chip sector

Health - Career - 04.04.2024
Programs to support students on placement need careful design

Career - Campus - 03.04.2024
Supporting international students entering the world of work
Supporting international students entering the world of work

Health - Career - 03.04.2024
Q&A: UW researchers on the unseen community effects of COVID-19 stay-at-home orders
As unprecedented as the outbreak of COVID-19 felt, it was far from the first time a deadly disease has swept the globe.

Innovation - Career - 02.04.2024
Training manufacturing technologists to be future shop floor leaders

Career - Economics - 02.04.2024
Raising the minimum wage? Study using US tax data finds more gain than pain
Study: Who's Afraid of the Minimum Wage? Measuring the Impacts on Independent Businesses Using Matched U.S. Tax Returns Most independent businesses can shoulder the added costs of higher minimum wages with new revenues, making only minor employment adjustments, according to new research from the University of Michigan and Carnegie Mellon University.

Career - 01.04.2024
University, PhD union reach tentative agreement
University, PhD union reach tentative agreement

Career - Campus - 29.03.2024
US universities secretly turned their back on Chinese professors under DOJ’s China Initiative

Innovation - Career - 28.03.2024
How AI discriminates and what that means for your Google habit
How AI discriminates and what that means for your Google habit

Career - Innovation - 28.03.2024
MIT launches Working Group on Generative AI and the Work of the Future
New initiative is convening leading companies and nonprofits with support from Google's Community Grants Fund.

Career - 25.03.2024
New Michigan poverty map identifies needs related to education, food insecurity, affordable housing

Career - Economics - 22.03.2024
Students explore career opportunities in semiconductors

Career - Health - 21.03.2024
AiNed Fellowship Grant for Aaqib Saeed

Sport - Career - 21.03.2024
Batter up (or not): Pro baseball players with longer contracts don’t always work as hard

Career - 21.03.2024
White men who experience workplace harassment become allies of diversity efforts
University of Michigan study finds this group is more likely to recognize systemic race and gender bias when they get mistreated at work Study: Lowering Their Meritocratic Blinders: White Men's Haras

Event - Career - 19.03.2024
Exhibition explores the untold stories of teenage girls in 1960s Britain

Career - Campus - 19.03.2024
For excellent doctorate conditions
For excellent doctorate conditions

Career - 19.03.2024
Excessive flexibility due to flexible contracts can negatively affect workers well-being
On Friday, March 22, 2024, José Gabriel Carreño will defend his PhD thesis titled: Three Essays on Wage Compensation and Flexible Contracts.

Campus - Career - 19.03.2024
A gateway to D.C
A gateway to D.C

Career - Innovation - 18.03.2024
Imperial-led consortium to nurture careers of research technicians
Imperial-led consortium to nurture careers of research technicians

Career - Economics - 18.03.2024
Keeping in touch: Why businesses are cultivating relationships with former employees

Career - Pedagogy - 18.03.2024
Community of expert educators to transform student experience

Career - Media - 18.03.2024
University of Glasgow report describes freelance journalism as a ’wild west’ profession
Freelance journalists in the UK earn less than the minimum wage, despite journalism being commonly perceived as a privileged profession, according to a new study of freelance journalists led by the University of Glasgow.

History / Archeology - Career - 15.03.2024
The legacy of eugenics, the Galton Laboratory, and women: a public history perspective 
The legacy of eugenics, the Galton Laboratory, and women: a public history perspective 
Did you know that there used to be a scientific laboratory at UCL that researched ways to construct "better" genetics for humanity? VPEE student journalist Defne Kutay meets a group of staff and students who are exploring its history and legacy.

Career - Economics - 14.03.2024
How invested are we in understanding our ASEAN neighbours? 
How invested are we in understanding our ASEAN neighbours? 

Career - Electroengineering - 12.03.2024
Boosting student engagement and workforce development in microelectronics

Sport - Career - 12.03.2024
Data Science and Athletics Team To Tackle 2024 NFL Big Data Bowl

Health - Career - 11.03.2024
Taking a load off health-care workers
Taking a load off health-care workers
Engineering Research Researchers develop mobility tech to make it easier for overburdened hospital staff to do their jobs With health-care systems under increasing strain, University of Waterloo engineers are developing ways to literally lighten the load for overburdened hospital workers.

Career - Research Management - 08.03.2024
VUB Reel Borders empowers ’invisible’ domestic workers on International Women’s Day with launch of web doc and petition

Environment - Career - 08.03.2024
'Women need not apply': Breaking down gender barriers in science
’Women need not apply’: Breaking down gender barriers in science

Career - Campus - 07.03.2024
'It's a challenge we need to be tackling right now'
’It’s a challenge we need to be tackling right now’

Career - 06.03.2024
Confidence (Or Its Absence) Is Contagious
New research by Caltech's Kirby Nielsen, assistant professor of economics and William H. Hurt Scholar, shows that the gender gap in confidence that is often held responsible for women'

Economics - Career - 05.03.2024
Syrian refugee awarded UN Women Australia MBA scholarship

Sport - Career - 05.03.2024
What Dartmouth basketball’s union vote means for college sports: U-M experts can discuss
EXPERTS ADVISORY The Dartmouth men's basketball team's historic vote to unionize today sounds a death knell for the NCAA's long-standing model of athlete amateurism, which is already on its last legs.

Economics - Career - 05.03.2024
Guaranteed income for entrepreneurs: U-M researchers to assess impact
One hundred Ann Arbor entrepreneurs, gig workers and other independent workers with low incomes have received their first two guaranteed income payments of $528 as part of the Guaranteed Income to Grow Ann Arbor pilot program.

Career - Campus - 04.03.2024
Large research grant for reducing distance to labour market for people with disability

Social Sciences - Career - 04.03.2024
Manchester expert becomes Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences

Campus - Career - 04.03.2024
67 years of women at TU/e
67 years of women at TU/e

Career - 04.03.2024
ARC supports UQ mid-career researchers

Career - 01.03.2024
TU Delft stresses need for permanent improvement in social safety

Computer Science - Career - 01.03.2024
Turing Fellowships for three University of Glasgow researchers

Economics - Career - 01.03.2024
MEC and Careers celebrate Self-employment Week

Career - 29.02.2024
'Integrity needs more attention at our university'
’Integrity needs more attention at our university’

Economics - Career - 29.02.2024
Resilience Reflection #28: Transforming SMEs for resilience

Career - 29.02.2024
Being an 'authentic' leader has psychological benefits for LGBTQ+ managers
Being an ’authentic’ leader has psychological benefits for LGBTQ+ managers
Leading in a style that reflects personal values promotes career satisfaction.

Innovation - Career - 28.02.2024
3 Questions: Shaping the future of work in an age of AI
Daron Acemoglu, David Autor, and Simon Johnson, faculty co-directors of the new MIT Shaping the Future of Work Initiative, describe why the work matters and what they hope to achieve.

Law - Career - 27.02.2024
Solicitor General opens free legal aid clinic in Southampton
Solicitor General opens free legal aid clinic in Southampton
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