The Hollywood writers and actors strike has dominated the news this summer. The use — or misuse — of generative artificial intelligence lies at the heart of the matter.
As we are weathering the hottest summer in human history, there’s little question that climate change is upon us. And effective science communication is more important than ever, particularly for members of Gen Z, who will soon become the caretakers of the planet and the problem-solvers in a world where both temperatures and sea level are spiking.
A poorly handled crisis can bring down both individuals and businesses. Just ask BP about its oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. Or Phillips Morris, which said smoking-related deaths saved the government money on health care and pensions.
With passion and purpose, Tars set out this past spring break to explore real-world issues and grow as global citizens — whether it was exploring the remains of Viking settlements, learning about turtle conservation in the Caribbean, or examining issues of race in our nation’s capital.
The Supreme Court decision to reverse Roe v. Wade has made a polarizing subject even more polarizing. People are going to be talking about it in the workplace, so leadership should recognize this, address it with their employees, and create a workplace environment where this issue can be talked about privately and safely.
Parents and pediatricians know that reading to infants is a good thing, but new research shows reading books that clearly name and label people and objects is even better.
A soldier turns his talents toward philanthropy.