Sure Ellen DeGeneres sparked a most-shared Tweet, a $3 million Samsung charity donation, a parody and continuing, sometimes heated conversations. Yet even if you aren't a well-financed, likable celebrity, you can engage others, spread your idea and raise money
Hey, big news: For the first time, women outnumber men in a UC Berkeley Computer Science course. Could this be a new trend?
CompassionLab's Monica Worline, Ph.D., presented a summary of CompassionLab to His Holiness the Dalai Lama in a dialogue devoted to the topic of compa...
On detailed questioning he reported the full-face mask was, "just too big, leaked too much, and left marks on his face." He was never told that masks are available in different sizes and, more importantly, can come in different styles, including nasal pillows and nasal triangular devices.
Imi Hwangbo was born in Daegu, South Korea. She lives and works in Athens, Georgia, where she is Associate Professor at my alma mater, the University of Georgia. The following is a portion of our exchange about pattern, abstraction and devotion to process.
The course is self-paced which means you can log on anytime day or night. You will be learning the basics of data organization, the steps of the data process, how to create and use Google Fusion Tables, how to organize and create charts.
Sochi was a showcase for soft power strategy and there is no doubt that influence plays were being run.
The popular dialogue surrounding college sports too often gets around to this single, gross generalization: Athletes are not capable of the same academic achievement as their non-athlete counterparts.
I like LinkedIn. I like that is mostly about Business. I like that there are people working there; getting things done.
By Dr. Emmanuel Mignot In a recently published paper, Alberto De la Herrán-Arita and colleagues closed the loop on the autoimmune basis of narcoleps...
Colleges want students who take their academics to the next level. Senior year of high school should be a time for mastery, of exploration and of rigor.
People with fibromyalgia syndrome suffer not only from constant widespread pain, but they also sometimes face judgment and distrust from medical professionals who doubt if their condition is real. They are labeled as annoying and needy. In the literal sense, insult is added to injury.
Robert Sutton is a professor of management at Stanford University, an organizational researcher and author of numerous management books. On Leadership...
A few years back a student suggested that a really cool use of mapping technology would be to map compassion. How would we do that? It became something of a puzzle that I want to solve.
The higher the technology in our world, the higher the human touch needed. The most sought-after leaders today are, by nature, connective. They become...
This story illustrates a growing tendency for some journals to use lay opinions to stir controversy in hopes of increasing visibility and impact.