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Faculty: Communicating with Confidence- Oh No! Not Another Meeting!

Faculty: Communicating with Confidence- Oh No! Not Another Meeting!

April 28, 2015
River Room Crossroads
9:00am-11:00am

Who really enjoys going to meetings these days? Not many do. But why? In today’s business settings, our calendars are filled with meetings, but instead of helping us accomplish our work, meetings usually are a waste of time. Instead of placing the responsibility solely on the Chairperson, we propose that some of the i...

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Meet the Women Scientists of TIME 100

Meet the Women Scientists of TIME 100

These five most influential women are pioneers in the field of science and medicine.

It will surprise no one to learn that women are vastly underrepresented in the field of science. But in this year’s TIME 100, five outstanding women who are making huge strides in the fields of medicine, genetics, and infectious disease, made the list.

Read more about these five influenti...

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Women-led Companies Perform Three Times Better than the S&P 500

Women-led Companies Perform Three Times Better than the S&P 500

Boston-based Quantopian looked at how well Fortune 1000 companies led by women performed compared to the S&P 500 over a 12-year period.

You’ve heard that companies with women executives at the helm tend to perform better than those led by men— and a new study furthers that claim, finding that women CEOs in the Fortune 1000 drive three times the returns as S&P 500 enterprises run pr...

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