Bumpers College, U of A Community College in Morrilton Create Food Science 2-plus-2 Programs

Bumpers College, U of A Community College in Morrilton Create Food Science 2-plus-2 Programs

The U of Dale Bumpers College of Agricultural, Food and Life Sciences and the U of A Community College in Morrilton have signed a Memorandum of Understanding for students majoring in Food Science. Bumpers College, its Department of Food Science, and UACCM have created a 2+2 transfer degree program with two concentration options. UACCM students … Read more

Virginia Tech’s Programs Secure Top Placements in US News & World Report’s Best Online Programs 2022 Rankings | VTx

Virginia Tech’s Programs Secure Top Placements in US News & World Report’s Best Online Programs 2022 Rankings |  VTx

Virginia Tech’s online master’s degree in information technology (MIT) has moved up to third place (from fourth last year) as one of the best online programs in the country, according to newly released 2022 rankings from US News & World Report. For the second year in a row, the program also ranked #1 for veterans. … Read more

Big banks are hindering innovation by hiding behind fraud fears

Big banks are hindering innovation by hiding behind fraud fears

OpinionAlternative Lendingdigital bankingsaving and investing Despite the opportunity to reduce fraud, major banks are blocking open bank payments, prompting consumers to turn back to Visa and Mastercard, Crezco CEO Ralph Rogge wrote. Image source: Sora Shimazaki’s photo by Pexels Imagine the scene: a young couple completes a purchase in their first, largest home Their life … Read more

Second supply chain ETF debuts in China despite Omicron lockdowns

Second supply chain ETF debuts in China despite Omicron lockdowns

Interested in ETFs? Visit our ETF Hub for investor news and education, market updates and analysis and easy-to-use tools to help you select the right ETFs. China’s second logistics-focused exchange traded fund debuted this week even as the country’s battle to curb the spread of the Omicron variant with strict lockdowns continues to stretch global … Read more

Sporting events urged to follow in Australia’s tennis footsteps and ditch fossil fuel sponsorship

Sporting events urged to follow in Australia’s tennis footsteps and ditch fossil fuel sponsorship

The fossil fuel industry’s moves to associate itself with some of Australia’s major sporting events are facing renewed scrutiny, with calls for fossil fuel sponsors to be subject to a similar ban on tobacco advertising. Tennis Australia announced, this week, that it has ended a sponsorship arrangement with oil and gas company Santos early on. … Read more

Shortage of job-ready digital talent hampers corporate innovation

Shortage of job-ready digital talent hampers corporate innovation

Mountain View, California.And January 25 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Digital talent transformation platform Udacity, along with leading independent market research firm Ipsos, today announced the results of its Global Talent Transformation Impact survey survey. Over 2,000 managers and over 4,000 employees across the US and UK were surveyed France, And Germany. The results reveal that digital … Read more

Emily Morton Owens: Associate Vice President of Technology and Digital Initiatives at Benn Libraries

Emily Morton Owens: Associate Vice President of Technology and Digital Initiatives at Benn Libraries

Emily Morton Owens: Associate Vice President of Technology and Digital Initiatives at Benn Libraries The University of Pennsylvania Libraries is pleased to announce the appointment of Emily Morton Owens to the position of Associate Vice President for Technology and Digital Initiatives. In this role, she will lead and work with colleagues across libraries and the … Read more

Confidence is key in the expansion of BYUH, says Apostle Neil L. Andersen at Science Building dedication

Confidence is key in the expansion of BYUH, says Apostle Neil L. Andersen at Science Building dedication

Elder Neil L. Andersen, of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles, offered a dedicatory prayer for the newly built Science Building, the first three-story building on campus on Jan. 15. He said he hopes the new building can inspire people to progress forward in confidence in fulfilling President David O. McKay’s vision for BYU–Hawaii. Elder … Read more