Posts Tagged“education”

Being able to cope with stress isn’t a particularly easy task to do, even more so when in the workplace. While some of us may have the natural tendency to do better when under pressure, for the majority it can be too tough if not overwhelming to overcome. As a result, our job performance may suffer, and this can easily put us in precarious situations that nobody wants to be in. However, while there isn’t necessarily a way to completely mitigate the existence of this emotional or mental state of strain, there are methods to minimise it. Here are a…

Everybody breathes, on average, 10 times every minute. So how does the brain do this for us? What is it that allows neurons to communicate, to set respiratory rhythms, and for activity to be coordinated? This is the field of neuro-engineering, and one that Curtis Cripe is particularly interested in. Specifically, his goal is to gain a greater understanding of the functioning of the brain, taking a quantitative look at the evidence that is available. Neuro-engineering is a field that aims to understand the nervous system, but also to interface it so that it can be manipulated. Many scientists, like…

New Jersey is one of the most recognized states for education in a scientific field, and particularly sonography. Jay Eitner is keen to encourage more people to become interested in the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) disciplines, so he wants to put a spotlight on New Jersey and why it is such a great place to study. There are many different scientific subjects, but sonography is one that he is particularly interested in. Jay Eitner Looks at Different Sonography Degrees There are many different sonography programs in New Jersey, including: The medical sonography associate’s degree. The AAS (associate of applied…

The nation just witnessed a shrewd businessman with a sordid past from New York City clinch the presidency, much to the surprise of political forecasters. Even with blogs filled with facts that countered much of what Trump claimed in his speeches, he took to social media, mainly Twitter, to rally his base. Those with online masters in political science are astute enough to know what happened. Social media is by far the most accessible platform in the world. Whether you have a mobile device that has unlimited access to the web or if you have to travel down to your…

Some leadership skills are natural. When you see someone who is a naturally great speaker, or is charming, smooth or charismatic, these are skills that cannot be taught and can only be refined. But there are many other skills that are required for leadership that can be taught, and these are invaluable for being a great leader. Haris Ahmed Chicago based business management coach teaches business executives leadership skills and these are some of the business skills that are at the top of his list and anyone can learn. Being Open to Criticism A big part of leadership is the…