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Can 'snaplications' be the future of hiring?

First impressions are everything when in the job application process. Everything you do and say is judged. The goal is to win over a company by showing your persona as someone who can represent the company's brand. Imagine doing all of this in a 10-second window. Snapchat...

source: By Damon Sayles
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Nearly two decades ago, when Tamara Shiloh was using Microsoft Publisher to create small pamphlets and booklets for a business owner, she received an email that contained a short story about African American inventors and scientists. The...

source: The Richmond Standard

The vast majority of Ph.D. students in a science, technology, engineering and math at the University of Wyoming are male. The Laramie Boomerang reports that a National Science Foundation survey found 38.8 percent of doctorates awarded in Wyoming in 2015 went to women. Only...

source: The Associated Press via U.S. News & World Report

In a job search, it’s hard to go wrong with a solid set of basics: resume, cover letter, firm handshake. But sometimes getting the job you want means getting a little creative, and thinking outside the applicant box. After all,...

source: USA Today

Male scientists are more likely to share their published work than are women — but only with other men, a study of hundreds of researchers has found. Humans are generally considered to be a highly cooperative species, says Jorg Massen, a cognitive biologist at the...

source: Scientific American

Four trailblazing figures from NASA's history are set to launch as new Lego minifigures on Nov. 1. NASA astronauts Sally Ride and Mae Jemison, astronomer Nancy Grace Roman and computer scientist Margaret Hamilton are celebrated for their contributions to space exploration...

source: Space.com

Stereotypes suggest that women love to talk, with some studies even finding that women say three times as much as men. But, new research from a team from the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge, shows there is an exception to this...

source: ScienceDaily

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