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Almost every team has at least one dominant personality who is motivated by winning, reaching results, and has less empathy for others. These types of workers have incredible upside and are often seen as confident and goal-oriented people who work quickly to get results.
The many layers of Indigenous reconciliation, representation, and educational support
Since the late 2000s, many Canadian institutions have worked on reconciliation with Indigenous communities: resetting and reimagining relationships after many years of systemic inequities. Here's how the University of Calgary developed and implemented its Indigenous strategy—a complex, interconnected, and collaborative journey.
How schools of public health can use their expertise to connect the dots
Long before the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention officially released a statement declaring racism is a serious public health threat in April 2021, faculty and staff of public health colleges around the country were considering how they could reckon with the subject.
How one Pakistan university’s outreach helps students in the country’s most remote areas break barriers
To help students overcome geographic, economic, and social barriers to education, LUMS launched a comprehensive recruitment and support initiative. Here's how the Pakistan university's award-winning program is making an impact.
The Los Angeles Valley College’s Family Resource Center is working to reduce barriers to higher education and jobs
The FRC offers parent and child playgroups, tutoring for both parents and children, counseling, a free children’s clothing exchange, and more. Over the years the FRC has expanded to support food and housing insecure students and workforce participants as well as student parents.