UC Davis’ new dedicated Graduate Center opened this month, giving graduate students access to offices, lounge space, meeting rooms, a kitchen and more.
Estella Atekwana surmounted language barriers, family pressures and more on her journey to become a pioneer of biogeophysics and dean of UC Davis’s largest college.
What does your business look like in an optimal world?
“What if you could snap your fingers and find that unicorn hire you’ve been dreaming of? What if you could click your heels and transform your company’s culture? What if you could wake up every morning in absolute control of your business? Imagine the possibilities.”
Founded in 2004, Gurnick Academy of Medical Arts offers imaging, medical assistant and nursing programs that provide students seeking careers in health care with professional skills, career-focused education and hands-on practical experiences.
While STEM education incorporates science, technology,
engineering and math, STEAM adds arts into the mix. Proponents of
STEAM say it develops creativity that bridges the sciences with
the development of personal expression, emotional intelligence
and social awareness: the human factors that define how we relate
to the world.
From deep analysis in the morning to the occasional hike in the evening, here’s how Cassandra Lichnock structures her days as CEO of CalSTRS.
The omicron variant of COVID-19 has hit California’s teacher workforce so hard that many schools are weighing closure and in some cases forced to dip into emergency days.
SAFE Credit Union Senior Vice President Gina Olson proposes employers start hiring with a focus on skills over degrees. The approach, she argues, could increase diversity and uncover untapped potential.
Davis-based tech company Expert IEP developed an app to help parents of neurodivergent students optimize their academic, behavioral, occupational and speech goals.