2022 effectively tied for Earth’s fifth warmest year since 1880, and the last nine consecutive years have been the warmest nine on record.
University of Phoenix College of Doctoral Studies Releases Whitepaper Examining Underrepresentation of African American Women in Corporate Senior Level Leadership
The whitepaper aims to understand what is missing from Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) initiatives to successfully promote more African American women into senior-level positions.
MENTOR Celebrates National Mentoring Month
MENTOR Chief Impact Officer Tim Wills says, “As we build back from a pandemic that disconnected so many of our young people from important relationships in schools and their communities, we have a keen awareness of the power of mentoring to help youth form identities, feel seen and heard, and forge their own paths to success. National Mentoring Month is our call to action for caring adults in our nation to step up and become a mentor to ensure every young person has someone they can call on.”
Archaeologists uncover oldest known projectile points in the Americas
Archaeologists have uncovered projectile points in Idaho that are thousands of years older than any previously found in the Americas, helping to fill in the history of how early humans crafted and used stone weapons.
To Infinity and Beyond: $26 million Gift for Space Research at McGill University and Université de Montréal
The McGill Space Institute (MSI) and the Institute for Research on Exoplanets (iREx) at Université de Montréal are getting a huge boost thanks to extraordinary gifts to McGill.
Cambridge Dictionary’s Word of the Year is… HOMER
‘Homer’ is Word of the Year, according to the world’s most popular online dictionary for learners of English.