Companies lack plans to add more women to management, despite CEO pledges: Study

There’s no shortage of corporate leaders who say they care about diversity and pledge to promote more women. The executives in charge of human...

Army Corps, Texas officials propose sweeping hurricane protection plan

Following years of research, studies and public debate, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers — in partnership with the state’s General Land Office —...

‘Stories and scars:’ CFP Board diversity summit spotlights difficult road ahead

"You can't be what you can't see." That's one of the primary messages the CFP Board is trying to send as part of its ongoing...

Weigh an Online Master’s Program to Study International Business

Ed Galasso may be 67 years old, but he has no plans to stop working completely. The South Carolina resident, who describes himself as...

Ihlenfeld, Ferns Debate Set for Wednesday at Northern

They went to rival high schools. They come from prominent Wheeling families. They’ve been successful in their chosen professional careers. And they both want...

Farouk Dey on ‘success skills,’ career planning, and how to lure professional opportunities out...

The education that graduate students and postdoctoral fellows receive at Johns Hopkins is among the best in the world, but launching successful careers requires far...

The Inner Game of Career Development

Today’s increasingly complex and uncertain business environment is forcing disruption within all dimensions of an organization, from technology to turnover, production to people, sales...

Encore for Education Gathers Industry Pros, Raises Funds

GlobeSt.com was out and about last night for the 6th Encore for Education CRE Charity Concert. The signature fundraising event for Buchanan Children’s Charities took...

How to Pick the Right Law School for S&E Law

Where the sun always shines, the stars are always bright and – more importantly – where the hub of the entertainment industry is located. If...

College Funding Options for Investors Starting Late

THE SCHOOL YEAR HAS started across the country, which means millions of parents in recent weeks have turned their attention to how they will pay for...

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U.S. Secretary of Education coming to Bay District Schools

The U.S. Secretary of Education will be in Panama City Monday. Secretary Betsy DeVos and Congressman Neal Dunn will visit Cedar Grove, which has been...

DHS plans to use credit-scores to judge who may become a citizen

The US Department of Homeland Security has published a new proposed rule that would make people ineligible for US citizenship if their credit-scores were poor. Notionally, the...

Black Teachers Improve Outcomes for Black Students

BLACK STUDENTS WHO HAVE just one black teacher in elementary school are more likely to graduate and more likely to enroll in college – and...

Scuttlebiz: What if Georgia’s low education ‘ranking’ is wrong?

The most complex obstacle to attracting talented professionals from other states to work in metro Augusta’s burgeoning cybersecurity industry is actually quite simple. They think...

Americans who find meaning in these four areas have higher life satisfaction

Discovering where people find meaning in life is a challenging task. One way is to give them an opportunity to write, in their own...