Here’s How to Create Portfolios That Land Design Jobs

Here, I’m planning to get out some of those pitfalls, and restore a portion of the truly accommodating counsel I learned back at school. Through this article, we’ll investigate the most ideal approaches to manufacture your portfolio and submit it for an occupation, with tips for both new graduates and prepared planners alike. Note: While some of this exhortation may skew...

Posted on November 18, 2016Read More

UA Improves Overall Score in Best Global Universities List

The University of Arizona is one of the world’s premier academic research institutions, according to U.S. News & World Report. The UA ranked No. 73 out of 1,000 higher-education institutions across 65 countries in the 2017 Best Global Universities ranking, released Tuesday. “I am very proud that the University of Arizona has been named in the top 7 percent of...

Posted on November 06, 2016Read More

Tech Launch Arizona Coaches a Pair of Business Teams to Success

Two companies working to commercialize technologies invented at the University of Arizona were among eight selected from a pool of 69 applicant companies to pitch to the Tucson version of ABC’s “Shark Tank,” the Get Started Tucson business competition hosted by Cox Business. Both UA-affiliated teams are working closely with the business development team at...

Posted on November 06, 2016Read More

Explore Study Island

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Posted on November 02, 2016Read More

What It’s Like To Be A Walden Student

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Posted on November 02, 2016Read More

The obvious problem with Apple’s new self-driving car plan

It looks like Apple’s long-rumored self-driving car is headed to an early grave. The iPhone maker, according to Bloomberg, appears to be cutting its losses on the vehicle, codenamed “Project Titan,” and is instead shifting toward building a self-driving system that automakers can install in their own cars and trucks. The change of direction from full-scale vehicle...

Posted on November 02, 2016Read More

Global education

Global education

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Posted on November 01, 2016Read More

University opens without any teachers

University opens without any teachers

A university without any teachers has opened in California this month. It’s called 42 – the name taken from the answer to the meaning of life, from the science fiction series The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy. The US college, a branch of an institution in France with the same name, will train about a thousand students a year in coding and software...

Posted on November 01, 2016Read More

Whether it’s using Facebook or Google, our choices are subtly nudged by the human biases acting behind the scenes, argues Tom Chatfield.

Whether it’s using Facebook or Google, our choices are subtly nudged by the human biases acting behind the scenes, argues Tom Chatfield.

In an age increasingly concerned with software telling us what to think, something more old-fashioned has been in the news: a select group of unaccountable individuals telling us what counts as news. Facebook, it turns out, uses humans to select what topics do or don’t get seen by users. Ironically for those accustomed to lamenting human usurpation by machines, the problem...

Posted on November 01, 2016Read More

What we share on social media can display more than we realise about what’s going on inside our heads.

What we share on social media can display more than we realise about what’s going on inside our heads.

What’s on your mind?” This is how Facebook greets its 1.7 billion active users every day. It’s also a question that countless psychiatrists, psychologists and counsellors have asked their clients at the start of a session; a question we instinctively ask of a friend or family member looking troubled. Our social media activity can give extraordinary – and often...

Posted on November 01, 2016Read More