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How to stay calm in stressful situation.

The world is changing right now. With many uncertainties, things can become stressful and overwhelming.  Here are tips to help you stay calm in stressful situations: 1. Slow down. If possible, don’t react immediately. Instead, be patient and collect as much information as possible. Ask yourself, Is this really going to matter a year from now? If ...

Ready For Virtual Career Fairs?

Ready For Virtual Career Fairs? “Virtual career fairs and events, fully-remote recruiting, more personalized career paths, and greater insights into candidate experiences are quickly becoming the new normal in a post-COVID-19 world. The COVID-19 pandemic is quickly changing how every organization is attracting, recruiting, and retaining employees on their virtual teams, making remote work the ...

Virtual Learning is the new norm

Virtual Learning is the new norm.  “In recent days, I’ve been reflecting on my time as a policy advisor to the United States House of Representatives Committee on Education and the Workforce in 2003, when we wrestled with how and whether to waive Department of Education regulations to aid in the growth of distance education. ...

Tech News: Software company move Merchandise Mart

Tech News: Software company move Merchandise Mart “The Merchandise Mart, which in recent years has emerged as one of Chicago’s top office buildings for technology tenants, is losing a tech tenant to the city’s fast-growing Fulton Market district. CCC Information Services, which provides software for auto insurance claims, is negotiating a lease to move its ...

#WomenHistoryMonth: Sister Mary Kenneth Keller- First Female Computer Science

Sister Mary Kenneth Keller: First Female Computer Science PhD “The first woman to receive a Ph.D in Computer Science was a nun: Mary Kenneth Keller entered the “Sister of Charity” in 1932, professing her vows in 1940. Keller received her B.S./M.S. Mathematics from DePaul University in Chicago and briefly studied at Dartmouth, breaking the “men-only” rule. While there, Keller played a significant role ...

Tech News: Health tech hub planned for Michael Reese site

Tech News: Health tech hub planned for Michael Reese site “The group planning a huge mixed-use project just south of McCormick Place has landed an anchor tenant to kick off the first phase of the development: a medical innovation center founded by the largest hospital in Israel. The ARC Innovation Center would open in the ...

#WomenHistoryMonth: Carol Shaw and Atari’s River Raid

Carol Shaw programmed one of Atari’s best-known shooter games.  “Carol Shaw was born and raised in Palo Alto, CA. Always excellent at math, it wasn’t until she inherited her brothers’ model railroad that Shaw began tinkering with electronics: “I actually designed some circuitry with some transistors and stuff that would turn on the signal ...

#WomenHistoryMonth: Susan Kare & the First Apple Icon

Susan Kare created the first Apple Icon.  “Although our next pioneer briefly worked for Microsoft, Susan Kare is best known for her work with Bill Gate’s nemesis, Steve Jobs. Kare followed dreams of a career in the fine arts to San Francisco. A chance encounter with an old high school friend landed her an interview ...

What is Health IT?

“Health information technology (health IT) specialists handle the technical aspects of managing patient health information. Depending on their position, health IT professionals might build, implement, or support electronic health records (EHRs) and other systems that store patient-related data. They know what data is needed, where is it stored, and how the data is used.  Their ...
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