Monthly Archive: July, 2016

Virus Free: Ebola-Infected Nurse Nina Pham to Go Home

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Nina Pham, the Dallas nurse infected with Ebola as she treated dying patient Thomas Eric Duncan, is free of the virus, National Institutes of Health officials said Friday. Pham, who was diagnosed Oct.… Continue reading

America’s First Offshore Wind Farms: Block Island and The Cape Wind Project

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As the years progress, energy saving, and alternative ways to obtain energy, are crucial for the survival of humanity and our beautiful home called Mother Earth. With hybrid cars, solar panels, and weighing… Continue reading

Tips for Balancing Depression in the Workplace

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We all know that life cannot always be separated from work. We aim to have two separate lives: personal and business. But as we cannot control life, there are circumstances that have the… Continue reading

Mindful Workplace Culture? Let’s Talk R&R

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During my early childhood, adolescent, and younger adult years, I remember these cherished and vivid memories of my mother sitting-cheerfully and pleasantly-at either the kitchen or dining room table with a pen and… Continue reading

It’s Official: A Woman Will Replace Hamilton on the $10 Bill

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In the past few months, rumors have been buzzing about a woman replacing one of the faces on the United States currency. Some thought it was going to be Harriet Tubman, many thought… Continue reading

The Status of Women in Leadership Positions, According to an AAUW Study

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A recent study by the American Association of University Women (AAUW), Barriers and Bias: The Status of Women in Leadership, tackles the gender leadership gap: why it’s important, why the gap exists, what… Continue reading

Top 8 Ways to Find a Job Using Linkedin

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Today, the “continuous job search” is a crucial practice that can prevent you from missing out on opportunities. As social media becomes increasingly important to job seekers, harnessing the real power of social platforms –… Continue reading

Keep an Eye out for Rising Stars in Technology

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Keep an eye on the 21 Rising Stars in Enterprise Technology featured today in Alley Watch and congratulation to all of the women featured this year! With the rapid growth of female leadership… Continue reading

Meet the Powerhouse Behind Top Cutting Edge Female Entrepreneurs

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What do Gilt Group, LearnVest, Birchbox, Flour Bakery, HerCampus, OranJet and Rent the Runway all have in common? Each of these companies is one of the many female founded organizations that have pushed the boundaries… Continue reading

Call It Supper: A Peruvian Ceviche Recipe with a Bonus Hangover Cure

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“One cannot think well, love well, sleep well, if one has not dined well.” (Virgina Woolf) This week, Sarah and Tori from Call It Supper have got you weekend warriors prepped and ready to go with… Continue reading