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Don’t Take Anything Personally

This article from www.afpglobal.org is written by David Langiulli.

Have you spent hours, days, and sometimes even months cultivating donor relationships, perfecting your storytelling, and developing personal communications strategies only to hear “no” when you make the ask? You’re not …

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Embracing New Ways to Gather for the Greater Good

This article from www.afpglobal.org is written by Sima Parekh.

With the pandemic slowly receding, we are only just beginning to learn how its impact has permanently changed elements of everyday life. The past eighteen months undoubtedly exposed the tenuousness of …

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How Data Science Is Fueling the Healthcare Revolution

The healthcare sector is swimming in data. Up to 30% of the world’s stored data now comes directly from the healthcare industry thanks in large part to the widespread adoption of wearable technology, digital health coaches, and virtual pharmacies—all of …

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TOP 5 COLLEGE-ATHLETE NIL DEALS

This article from www.opensponsorship.com is written by Bruno Faletto

As of July 1st of 2021, under the new name, likeness, and image (NIL) rule, college athletes are now able to partner with companies and make money out of endorsements deals.

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Formula 1 Makes Return to North America

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After a two-year absence, Formula 1 is making its way back to North America.
The U.S. Grand Prix takes place on Sunday in Austin, Texas.

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Forming, Storming, and Norming: Making Online Teams Work

This article from www.higheredjobs.com is written by Russell Thacker, PhD

Recent research by Microsoft made the news when it confirmed what many have felt all along: for those who work from home (WFH), professional networks have contracted, poor methods of …

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Helping Students Become Better Writers

This article from www.insidehighered.com is written by Steven Mintz

Are cognitive science and psycholinguistics better guides to writing than Strunk and White?

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The Big Media & Entertainment Industry Trends for 2021

This article from Brandwatch is written by Sabrina Dorronsoro

Who did you see more of this pandemic: your friends or your favorite streaming service?

The answer is almost definitely the latter. There was little else to do than devour every …

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How COVID-19 Impacted the Arts and Entertainment Industry

This article is from U.S Chamber of Commerce

One of the biggest industries to be hit by the coronavirus pandemic has been the entertainment industry. Last spring, when COVID-19 caused widespread shutdowns of businesses, arts and entertainment were hit hard. …

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Scientists part of team that points to strong connection between climate change, plastics pollution

This article from Science Daily is produced by the University of Rhode Island

University of Rhode Island researchers Andrew Davies and Coleen Suckling say that when a major hurricane churns up storm surges and heavy, drenching rains, the storm washes …

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