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Career - Health - 13.09.2022

Career - 12.09.2022
What is 'quiet quitting'
What is ’quiet quitting’
Rick Smith of the Carey Business School talks about what this TikTok buzzword really means for workers and workplaces From Bartleby the Scrivener telling his 18th-century employer "I would prefer not

Social Sciences - Career - 09.09.2022
Abuse intervention program aims to reduce violence
Abuse intervention program aims to reduce violence
Isa Nitsch describes her role as the director of everything you typically don't think of when you think about House of Ruth Maryland.

Career - Economics / Business - 09.09.2022
Untapped local labour resources crucial to easing skills and jobs shortages
Released today by the Bankwest Curtin Economics Centre, the ' Bridging the Gap: Population, skills and labour market adjustment in WA ' report has found large untapped pools of domestic labour, in com

Career - 08.09.2022
Sacked, demoted, bullied: pregnancy discrimination exposed in Monash University study
Sacked, demoted, bullied: pregnancy discrimination exposed in Monash University study
A pilot study by the Monash Business School analysed data from calls to the JobWatch helpline and found pregnant women faced a wide range of discrimination detrimental to their job security and careers. Discrimination occurred during pregnancy, while women were on parental leave and when they tried to re-enter the workforce.

Campus - Career - 06.09.2022
Five ways donors support the student experience
As Waterloo welcomes the largest group of in-person learners in three years, find out how charitable gifts are enhancing their experience.

Career - Economics / Business - 05.09.2022

Astronomy / Space Science - Career - 02.09.2022

Career - Religions - 30.08.2022
When work becomes your religion, nothing else matters
A UC Berkeley expert on religion examines the role that spirituality plays in productivity for tech workers in Silicon Valley.

Career - Economics / Business - 25.08.2022
U-M forecast: Detroit economy overcoming pandemic challenges while grappling with recession fears
Detroit is expected to recover after facing greater economic challenges during the pandemic than Michigan or the U.S. overall-even as new recession threats loom, according to a University of Michigan study.

Life Sciences - Career - 25.08.2022
Research centre to unlock nature's hidden powers
Research centre to unlock nature’s hidden powers
Using deadly spider venom to treat heart attacks is one of many new discoveries currently being developed at a national research centre headquartered at The University of Queensland. Australian Research Council (ARC) Centre of Excellence for Innovations in Peptide and Protein Science (CIPPS) was launched this week at its UQ headquarters.

Career - Politics - 24.08.2022
Ten Freiburg theses on basic income
Masterclass by Claus Leggewie at the Freiburg FRIBIS shows the potential for a basic income to overcome crises "An unconditional basic income can be a very effective instrument for overcoming a wide

Social Sciences - Career - 22.08.2022

Career - Economics / Business - 15.08.2022
Workers left behind by Australia's changing retail sector
Workers left behind by Australia’s changing retail sector
Rapidly-changing technologies such as online shopping are reshaping Australia's retail sector with many workers being left behind.

Career - Economics / Business - 15.08.2022
Lifelong learning as the answer to huge labour shortage
Cancelled trains, massive queues at Schiphol Airport, nursery closures and long waiting times for health care.

History / Archeology - Career - 12.08.2022
3 NWO Open Competition grants for EUR researchers
Three scientists from Erasmus University Rotterdam receive an Open Competition SSH grant from the Dutch Research Council (NWO).

Career - Health - 10.08.2022
Analysis: Furlough had a protective effect on mental health - but it wasn't as good as working
Analysis: Furlough had a protective effect on mental health - but it wasn’t as good as working
Writing in The Conversation, Dr Jacques Wels (UCL MRC Unit for Lifelong Health & Ageing) shares his new research, which found that furlough protected the mental health of those at risk of losing their jobs - but better mental health was seen among those who remained at work.

Career - Economics / Business - 10.08.2022
Universities Driving the Economy in North Rhine-Westphalia
Universities Driving the Economy in North Rhine-Westphalia
NRW's universities are multiplying the federal state's net contributions by a factor of four Based on conservative calculations, every single euro that North Rhine-Westphalia (NRW) provides to its universities as core funding generates ¤4.01 in value.

Environment - Career - 10.08.2022
U-M study: Local renewable energy employment can fully replace U.S. coal jobs nationwide
Study: The Costs of Replacing Coal Plant Jobs with Local instead of Distant Wind and Solar Jobs across the United States Across the United States, local wind and solar jobs can fully replace the coal

Career - 09.08.2022
Researcher wins award for film raising awareness of Deaf people affected by dementia
Researcher wins award for film raising awareness of Deaf people affected by dementia
A gallery of "breath-taking" images and videos which shine a light on crucial dementia research have been released today by Alzheimer's Society's first ever research image competition which was won by a University of Manchester researcher.

Career - 04.08.2022
National pay award and UCL pay increases
National pay award and UCL pay increases
An update from Donna Dalrymple, UCL's Chief People Officer. Dear colleagues, I am writing to tell you about the forthcoming increases to staff pay that will apply from your August salary payment.

Health - Career - 28.07.2022
On the Way towards a University Career
Olympia-Morata-Programm der Universität Heidelberg: Förderung für vier junge Wissenschaftlerinnen Four young female researchers, who are working on their habilitation or a comparable academic qualification, are being funded in the context of Heidelberg University's Olympia Morata Programme.

Career - Pedagogy - 26.07.2022
Ambitious career aspirations: A balancing act between success and disappointment
Ambitious career aspirations: A balancing act between success and disappointment
Higher aspirations lead to higher achievements. At least, that is true in the context of educational and occupational aspirations, as shown by a new study co-authored by economist Dr. Reto Odermatt of the University of Basel. Unrealistically high aspirations as a teenager, however, can have a negative effect on well-being as an adult.

Sport - Career - 25.07.2022

Environment - Career - 25.07.2022
NSF, DOE grants fund UIC research to decarbonize cement manufacturing
NSF, DOE grants fund UIC research to decarbonize cement manufacturing
Chemical engineers at the University of Illinois Chicago are investigating new methods to reduce carbon dioxide emissions from cement manufacturing.

Career - Health - 25.07.2022
Alternative workers fill gaps in formal care offering
Alternative care workers are undervalued in the current care system, according to VUB PhD candidate Sylvia Hoens.

Research Management - Career - 21.07.2022

Career - Social Sciences - 20.07.2022
New dashboard invites University of Toronto community to engage with employment equity data
New dashboard invites University of Toronto community to engage with employment equity data
The University of Toronto has made it easier to explore data on employment equity with the recent launch of an online Employment Equity Dashboard.