Last week our Research Chairs along with Dr. Jeremy Moreland and Dr. Aaron Coe met in Dallas to talk about the Centers and their current projects as part of our Knowledge Without Boundaries workshop series.
Excerpt from the Phoenix Faculty news hub article "Cheryl Allison: Returning to Research":
You can now access the details and related forms for your Research Center’s Call for Fellows.
To view, visit your Center’s home page. On the left-hand navigation, click “Call for Fellows” which will bring you to an overview page. You can also view them now from the links below:
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What Can Current Hot Jobs in Healthcare Tell Us about the Industry’s Future?
by James Gillespie
By Dr. James Gillespie & Dr. Lumbé Davis
The healthcare sector is expected to add 5,000,000 jobs by 2020. Thus, for better or worse from a societal perspective, healthcare continues to be growing dimension of the US economy. Can we learn anything about the future of healthcare by looking at how these 5M new jobs are distributed? In particular, what are the “hot” jobs, and what do these jobs say about the future of healthcare?
After historic hurdles, earlier this summer Mexico opened its 76-year monopoly of the state-owned petroleum company, Petróleos Mexicanos, better known as Pemex to foreign direct investment. Last year 55% of Pemex’s revenues went into royalties and taxes and Pemex once again reported losses. Further, Pemex expressed its inability to reconfigure its refineries to produce petrol and diesel (suitable for today’s cleaner cars) and to expand drilling operations to new locations outside of the shallower waters of the Gulf of Mexico.
Environmental Health Engineering ... in San Francisco
by Ellen Daroszewski
As you are walking down busy, stressful Market Street in the heart of downtown San Francisco ... right there in front of you, arising from the concrete of the sidewalk, appears a group of strange looking structures. Ribs, huge disks, benches, an arm bicycle, and on a curved triangular billboard at the entry to the structures it says "Here: Take a moment. This space is an experiment. It's a disruption in the everyday stream, a place for something unexpected to happen.