Banks are a constant – they loom on urban corners and dot rural towns, providing necessary financial services to their customers. However, they’re also rigid, often resulting in slower adaptation of new Read more
The pomp and circumstance are often reserved for the actual products that move our world forward.
From the cars we drive to the mobile device you might be reading this on right now and telescopes helping us Read more
After a meager April jobs report showed companies are struggling to entice workers and find the right talent, even with a relatively high unemployment rate of 6.1%, industries are looking for something to be Read more
Higher education, like many other industries, has undoubtedly been hit heavily by the pandemic. Classes have shifted to online and hybrid environments, budgets are squeezed more than ever, and Read more
As we continue to inch toward the most uncertain year of schooling in recent memory, universities are adopting various strategies to deal with the task of providing a quality education for their Read more
We know all too well that the current virus pandemic is impacting enrollments in the near term, but this is temporary -- the pandemic will pass. It will take months, perhaps even a year or two, Read more
Six months ago, few of the world’s academics had taught an online class. Now they’re almost all doing it. I asked dozens of them about their experiences. My conclusion: online education won’t Read more