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Personal Change for Career Improvement
02/19/2019
Emotional intelligence is important for work at all levels. Don Phin helps executives expand, grow and adjust their careers. His lessons about coaxing, encouraging and inspiring apply to anyone in the workplace. Phin, an Executive Coach and Leadership Trainer, has been a California employment practices attorney since 1983. He litigated employment and business cases for … Continue reading "Personal Change for Career Improvement"
Recommended for You
02/14/2019
We use recommender system all the time. A website will recommend something to you based on what you’ve watched, listened to, bought or who you’ve friended on Facebook. These systems attempt to predict your preferences based on past interactions. The systems range from simple statistical approaches like Amazon’s people who bought X also bought Y … Continue reading "Recommended for You"
Women in Politics: Looking Toward 2020 and Beyond
02/08/2019
Women played a huge role in the 2018 midterms. Women voters flipped districts across the country, and female candidates won a record number of congressional seats. So, what does it mean for American politics as a whole moving forward? Former Michigan Governor Jennifer Granholm, and Goldman School of Public Policy professor Sarah Anzia sat down … Continue reading "Women in Politics: Looking Toward 2020 and Beyond"
Food Industry Manipulation
02/06/2019
Do you want to find out how various food and beverage manufacturers have manipulated science and public health policy over the last 50 years? Now you can with the new searchable archive of food industry documents at the UCSF Industry Documents Library. The Food Industry Documents Archive https://www.industrydocumentslibrary.ucsf.edu/ is a brand-new collection of over 30,000 … Continue reading "Food Industry Manipulation"
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