Periods of uncertainty cause humans to reassess their priorities, and the current environment is no exception. Right now, you might realize you want more out of your work or that you’re finally ready to change jobs. Don’t assume that you need to put your professional life on hold because we’re in the middle of
Many photographic chemicals produced by American manufacturers and sold in Europe referred to their country of origin in the brand name, such as “Wolcott’s American Mixture,” a chemical solution that increased the light sensitivity of the daguerreotype plate. Greater sensitivity to light meant that pictures could be taken more rapidly, thereby improving the sharpness and definition of the image. Electroplating, which increased the
Like many organizations, the University of South Florida is engaged in work to assess and advance strategic priorities that support our academic mission while responding to the budget realities of a world changed by COVID-19.
As part of this process, a preliminary proposal emerged to reimagine and reconfigure USF’s continued commitment to supporting education.
Understandably, early details
As the toll from California’s wildfires grows higher year after year, the state’s future appears fiery and hazy with smoke. For conservative columnists like Ben Shapiro, Niall Ferguson and Tyler O’Neil, it’s clear who is responsible: California Democrats. In recent opinion pieces, they acknowledge that climate change might play a role in these fires, but they blame Democratic leadership for exacerbating fuel buildups through poor land management. As proof, they
LinkedIn launched a new tool aimed towards helping recently unemployed Americans make a career change.
The business social network unveiled the Career Explorer feature, which displays careers job seekers can transition into by finding skills that overlap with their previous jobs. The tool ranks the skills in order of importance depending on the job position.
LinkedIn users can also identify skills that they would need to build to
JACKSON, Wyo. (AP) — A team of scientists and storytellers will soon be creating futuristic murals to help Yellowstone National Park’s visitors understand what the park will look like late this century.
“The temperature is going to be 2 to 3 degrees Celsius higher than it is now, but that doesn’t mean very much,” University of Wisconsin ecologist Monica Turner told the Jackson Hole News & Guide this summer. “What … Read More