This book “Her Story: Is Not Always A Story” looks to be an amazing read that opens up discussion about the injustices women face in the workplace and in other areas. I wanted to share an overview of it here, as written on the blog “A Shade of Pen.” ~Christy
Find everything related to education here, from how to transition back to college in your adult years to homeschooling your kids. If you are looking for study tips, you will find those here too.
Articles on education range from stories about women going back to college to educational spotlights on biology. Find everything related to academia here, from how to transition back to college in your adult years to homeschooling your kids. If you are looking for study tips, you will find them here too.
Are you wondering about current initiatives to encourage girls to pursue coding and other STEM fields? These programs and more get the spotlight in this category as they support female empowerment and gender equality.
If you are starting college or university, or considering attending higher education, find posts to help you navigate the journey ahead. Also, find trends relating to education, including reasons for the US nursing shortage. Start exploring the category now.
Creativity has the potential to take women further in their professional lives than ever before – and certainly beyond what leadership abilities can. This concept is one of many streaming through my mind as I read the book Genership 1.0: Beyond Leadership Toward Liberating the Creative Soul by David Castro. About the Book Genership 1.0 Genership …
Anne Giardini is the newest chancellor at Simon Fraser University (SFU), a research university (and my alma mater) based in Burnaby, BC. She takes on this new role as the latest of many ventures that she has done successfully, from a lawyer to author and environmentalist. What she has achieved – so far – is …