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There’s no question that women are an underutilized resource in the cyber security workforc
Being busy with motherhood, marriage, a career, graduate studies, and committee work; I’ve realized how preciou
The second pillar of servant leadership, as discussed in James Sipe and Don Frick's book, Seven Pillars of Servant Leadership, is that a Servant-Leader Puts People First.
To Brexit Or Not To Brexit
Organizational success relies on
The expanding availability of digital health data from public sources, coupled with increasingly powerful analytics software, is opening a new frontier for healthcare research.
The first pillar of servant leadership, as discussed in James Sipe and Don Frick's book, Seven Pillars of Servant Leadership, is that a Servant-Leader is a Person of Character.
We all have 24 hours in a day; however, some people use those hours more efficiently than others.
Branding has become so important that if not done properly, it can easily make or break a new project or b
I recently visited my dentist.
A quick refresher from Program Dean, Dr. Aaron Coe, on identifying primary and secondary sources.
I just completed my 1st year of law school in December - and am now studying for the California 'Baby Bar Exam'. Fo
Dr. John Johnson, 2014 Fellow, discusses his inspiration and experiences surrounding researching Ukraine women in business.
Dr. Diane Gavin, Program Dean for School of Advanced Studies, discusses the importance of having a theoretical and conceptual framework in place.
Communities of Practice are a common knowledge sharing or transfer technique.
Review our guidance for writing a literature review for publication, from Assistant Program Dean for Research, Dr. Paula Wolfe.
No organization, maybe with the exception of a solo, owner-operator business, is immune to e
Dr. Gavin, Program Dean for the School of Advanced Studies discusses the importance of aligning your study question, methodologies, and so forth.
The term “maternal wall” was coined in a 2003 article published in the New York Times Magazine.