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Crafting a quality Curriculum Vitae (CV) can be a daunting task.
Are you tuned in to the debate surrounding the increase in studies retracted due to poor design? What about the growing chorus in the scholarly community for a forceful and focused response to scientific misconduct?
The New York Times recently wrote an article describing the effects of sugar on our health.
This weekend will be the 3rd annual Hazelfest in Center City, MN.
Soon dissertation chairs and staff will all be engaging in a well thought out Academic Review process for University
My Loved One is Incarcerated: Questions too Daunting to Ask, Part I of III
Globalization is changing the nature of work. No longer are we confined to a single work space as technology now enables individuals the ability to compete internally, externally, and across borders.
The Association For Consumer Research, Asia-Pacific Conference 2015 was held June 19-21, in Hong Kong.
By Dr. Pamela R. Kelly , DHA, MBA/HCM, 2014 Research Fellow
Non-traditional students – adults who decide to return to school after the age of 18-24 – may be intimidated by pursu
Research Center Chairs continuously work to better serve their Center’s members by offering a number of scholarly act
Now, more than ever, legislators, schools, policy makers and parents must deal with one of the nation’s most costly h
Designing a competency based education program that meets the needs of students, employers and accreditors is difficu
Over the last two weeks, I’ve been raising your awareness (and maybe your blood pressure) by focusing on the lack of women in top corporate jobs...
“B is for Bunnies. Look at this picture. This picture of Oatmeal, the Angora rabbit. This fluffy, fluffy rabbit, who is lulling you into a sedate state of fluffy, fluffy bliss. Thanks Oatmeal.”
After delivering the keynote speech at the Korean-ASEAN forum in Seoul Korea, I reflected on the status of Korea's cr
In Smithsonian Magazine, Foreman (2014) discussed “Wonder Woman” as a proto-feminist ideal.
In setting intentions for successfully and healthfully navigating the dissertation journey the first concern is about
The School of Advanced Studies recently hosted the 2nd annual Knowledge Without Boundaries symposium, and ma