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The secret to finding creativity in an uncreative job
Business Insider
We often think that creativity is reserved for artistic pursuits. Even in agencies, "creative" often means those who work on design and copywriting. But creativity isn't owned by any role, department or job description; it's a process that everyone goes through. We all need to create new ideas, connections and solutions.
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Scientist who helped land spacecraft on comet returns home on mission to inspire
KNX-FM
A Southern California scientist was back home Nov. 18 after working on one of the most daring space missions of all time. Claudia Alexander is a scientist on the Rosetta Project, in which a spacecraft the size of a washing machine recently landed on a comet hurling through space at 84,000 mph. The NASA scientist says being a woman and an African-American in a field predominantly white and male has not always been easy.
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Why the US college landscape still needs HBCUs
Diverse
It’s no secret that Black, and other non-White, students in the U.S. have always faced an uphill struggle when it comes to education. Even today, the achievement gap between White students and their peers of color is wide — with the latest National Assessment for Educational Progress report. What are now called Historically Black Colleges and Universities were at one time the only route many young scholars could take to obtain a college degree and elevate their lifestyles.
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10 effective tips for frustrated midlifers seeking a job
The Huffington Post
Today's job search is a difficult process. If you're currently out there looking for work, you know the roadblocks, frustrations and daily grind involved in finding a new position. Plus, if you're over 50, you have additional hurdles to overcome. Age bias is real and all too prevalent in the job market. Nevertheless, there are certain things you can do to make the process easier and far more effective. So take a moment to step back, reassess your strategies and review the 10 Rules for a Successful Job Search
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NASA computer model provides a new portrait of carbon dioxide
Space Daily
An ultra-high-resolution NASA computer model has given scientists a stunning new look at how carbon dioxide in the atmosphere travels around the globe. Plumes of carbon dioxide in the simulation swirl and shift as winds disperse the greenhouse gas away from its sources. The simulation also illustrates differences in carbon dioxide levels in the northern and southern hemispheres and distinct swings in global carbon dioxide concentrations as the growth cycle of plants and trees changes with the seasons.
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Graduating more engineers should be a national priority
AJC
Call it the battle of the studies. On one side, studies by some economists show that our nation has more science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) workers than it needs. They contend that STEM workers often have difficulty finding employment.
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Is it ever a good idea to lie in a job interview?
Business 2 Community
Ever thought it might be a good idea to tell a few "porky pies" the next time you are invited to that interview for your dream job? Well don’t. Sure, you might want to sell your skills and experience, but there is a massive difference between a little exaggeration and all-out embellishment, and there’s no more certain way to flirt with a career disaster than lying at your job interview.
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Washington state top among states attracting international students
Diverse
Washington state is among the top states attracting international students to its colleges, according to new data released Monday by the Institute of International Education. The number of international students studying in Washington state has grown by 11 percent between the 2011-12 school year and the 2012-13 school year. About 25,500 international students studied in Washington state during the 2012-13 school year, making up 7 percent of the state’s college population, The Seattle Times reported
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