Posts tagged “Education”
For many people, too much pressure in a business situation can lead to under performance or abject failure. New research from Columbia Business School shows that your power in relationship to others can determine how you respond to the pressure of high-stakes situations and whether you will succeed or fail.
Raleigh-based STEM For Kids, which developed and markets STEM education programs, has been named to Entrepreneur magazine's Top New Franchises list.
Facebook may be bad for your sense of well-being. A John Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health study found interactions with Facebook can lead to negative effects.
Both the University of North Carolina and Duke are among the top 35 schools for obtaining an online Master's degree in Information Technology in 2017, according to College Choice.
Do you get frequent annoying robocalls? AT&T brags that it has blocked its billionth unwanted robocall using a new program that detects them via network data analysis. Proposed FCC rules could help all carriers take action to stop the calls
It's no secret that North Carolina's public and private higher educational institutions have earned global prominence in their ability to successfully educate scientists, engineers and technologists. Every year significant numbers of our graduates are recruited by local and global corporations that have learned to value the scientific and technical capabilities of students and graduates of our great higher educational institutions. The looming question, however, is "How can we grow more of our own North Carolina STEM-based companies?"
- Public window on financial complaints could be closing soon
- Who are the 100 most influential people in the world? It's 'more complicated' than you think
- United CEO won't add chairman title in 2018 as was planned
- Pyongyang drivers scramble as gas stations limit services
- Power fully restored after San Francisco outage