Government: National Guard and state employees will help stressed schools next week | education

Government: National Guard and state employees will help stressed schools next week |  education

Members of the New Mexico National Guard and state government employees can begin enrolling in public schools and childcare centers as early as next week to help address worker shortages amid high rates of COVID-19 and low numbers of available replacement teachers, Governor Michelle Logan Grisham announced Wednesday. Even Lujan Grisham said she hopes to … Read more

The Oprah Foundation Gives $1 Million to Teach America to Students and Educators – Emotional Needs »Dallas Innovates

The Oprah Foundation Gives  Million to Teach America to Students and Educators – Emotional Needs »Dallas Innovates

[Image: Oprah Winfrey Charitable Foundation] Million dollars. This is the amount that the Oprah Winfrey Charitable Foundation has pledged to Teach for America (TFA) for a very specific, much needed, and very honest purpose: to meet the Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) needs of students and educators, which have only increased after the pandemic years. … Read more

Ralph Lauren brings NFW product innovation to the Australian Open

Ralph Lauren brings NFW product innovation to the Australian Open

Ralph Lauren launched the RLX CLARUS polo shirt exclusively at the 2022 Australian Open, showcasing the company’s latest work in pioneering product innovation and sustainability. The high performance cotton fabric was developed by Natural Fiber Welding, Inc. (NFW), a leading startup in the field of sustainable materials science. The RLX CLARUS Polo Shirt uses a … Read more

New study on freemium marketing strategies de

New study on freemium marketing strategies de

Freemium strategies dominate the software product markets, with many, if not most, applications enticing new users with a free version, then requiring payment for more advanced features. The strategy thrives on attracting users, but there is little empirical evidence showing how it affects the company’s profits. New research published in Strategic Management Journal In November, … Read more

From engineering ‘syndicates’ to open source, how Bloomberg developers are driving innovation

From engineering ‘syndicates’ to open source, how Bloomberg developers are driving innovation

Bloomberg has 10 syndications in the engineering department, covering programming, machine learning, natural language processing, and web interface development. Photo: Bloomberg Adam Wolfe leads the Software Infrastructure Group in the Bloomberg Department of Engineering. His team is responsible for developing the foundation upon which more than 5,500 developers build their apps and rolling out new … Read more

‘Uphill battle’: Labor advocates demand more bargaining rights for Virginia workers

‘Uphill battle’: Labor advocates demand more bargaining rights for Virginia workers

RICHMOND, Virginia (WRIC) – Defenders of organized labor have called on Virginia’s lawmakers to build on recent changes to the state’s labor laws, but a divided General Assembly and Republican-led state government are raising concerns about protecting those gains. Virginia has a long history of anti-labor laws on the books. The Virginia Supreme Court ruled … Read more

What’s next at EventTech: New Orleans-based WRSTBND talks about innovation within the festival scene

What’s next at EventTech: New Orleans-based WRSTBND talks about innovation within the festival scene

EventTech was a natural fit for Conway Solomon. As a tech enthusiast, he started working at his brother’s New Orleans-based event production company in high school, and the space immediately pulled him in. “I have found that the world of events has many variables,” Solomon told Hypepotamus. “Every festival is different…and with festivals, we’re basically … Read more

More Awards for History Center

More Awards for History Center

Jan 19 2022 community and services The Orange County Regional History Center is no longer a hidden gem in the Central Florida community. The national honors and numerous awards are accumulating for an educational institution dedicated to preserving and sharing Central Florida’s history. The museum’s work in the past year has led to it being … Read more

Spotlight on New Faculty Members: Melissa Ellerman – UofSC News & Events

Spotlight on New Faculty Members: Melissa Ellerman – UofSC News & Events

Publication Date: October 11, 2021; Updated on: October 11, 2021Written by Chris Horn, chorn@sc.edu, 803-777-3681 Melissa Ellerman, assistant professor of biological sciences in the College of Arts and Sciences, entered the university last spring after earning her Ph.D. from the University of North Carolina and a postdoctoral fellowship at the University of Texas at Dallas. … Read more