Book Review: Citizen Science, How Ordinary People are Changing the Face of Discovery
By Dr. Ashley Rose Mehlenbacher Caren Cooper. (2016). Citizen Science: How Ordinary People Are Changing the Face of Discovery. Overlook Press: New York, NY. $28.95. While publications proliferate on the subject of citizen science, an introduction to inform and delight all readers has been conspicuously absent until Caren Cooper’s new book, Citizen Science: How Ordinary …
20 Libraries That Changed the World
Libraries — especially those open to the public — perfectly embody the idea that education and culture exist as a basic human right, not the exclusive doma
9 Essential Lessons For Changing the World
Schools have a standardized system and protocols in place for every aspect of student learning -- except one. Schools have no system at all in place ...
How CGI Changed the World By Changing Corporate Philanthropy
This week, the Clinton Global Initiative convened top leaders from business, government, and civil society for the 12th and final time.
Climate change explained: what can ordinary people do?
FT writers Pilita Clark, Leslie Hook and Gillian Tett rate the actions each of us can take to reduce our carbon footprint, from flipping off the light switch to how we vote and invest
What ordinary people can do to curb climate change, according to researchers
Worried about the environment? Scientists, researchers and advocates share the top changes we can make to be part of the climate change solution.
How a Changing Climate is Impacting the World’s Wild Animals
Contrary to what skeptics may think, climate change is no longer something to be debated. We’re witnessing its effects all over the planet in real time, and they’re taking a devastating toll on wildlife and habitat.
How double-entry bookkeeping changed the world
"Cape: The League of Secret Heroes" Book Giveaway!
Win an autographed copy of "Cape," a new novel starring code-breaking WWII Mighty Girl superheroes, and a Cipher Decoder Medallion.
How research and policy can team to change the world
We are all part of an incredible time in cancer research. Bridging policy and research at the Moffitt Cancer Center has helped improve NIH funding.
How ISIS Has Changed the World Again
Lecture Title: How ISIS Has Changed the World Again Speaker: Dr. Robert Pape Date: Wednesday, March 30th Time: 6pm Reception; 6:30pm Talk (There will be a Book Signing!) Where: Conference Hall, Main bldg, American Islamic College Parking: 613 W. Bittersweet Pl Free & Open to the Public Bio: Dr. Robert A. Pape is Professor of Political Science at the University of Chicago specializing in international security…
20 Inspiring Women (and Girls) Changing the World of Robotics
These 20 women and girls are revolutionizing the way we view and use robots, and inspiring young girls around the world to join them.
10 Acts Of Astonishing Charity Performed By Ordinary People
Amazing acts of kindness and charity can completely transform lives and bring light to what can often seem to be a dark world. While World Kindness Day may
13 Ways Anthony Bourdain Changed How the World Eats
TV personality, author, and culinary genius Anthony Bourdain was considered among the most influential chefs in the world. Here, we remember some of the best lessons he taught us.
How HR Can Help The Business Stay Relevant In A Changing World
The November HR Roundtable was doing its best to play the part of soothsayer and look ahead to what hasn’t happened yet. The topic was “Anticipating the Shift,” which most companies miss. There are endless examples of how companies thought
American Islamic College Lecture Series: How ISIS Changed the World Again
Lecture at American Islamic College. Dr Robert Pape delivered a lecture at AIC Wednesday 31, 2016 titled "How ISIS Changed the World Again"
Why Poetry Is The Best Medium For Kids Who Want To Change The World
"Hamilton" star Daveed Diggs and poet Danez Smith explain why Brave New Voices is the perfect platform for kids whose voices need to be heard.
How The Wrong People Get Promoted And How To Change It
Research reveals that organizations consistently choose wrong people for management roles. Here are five most significant findings of a recent Gallup report
What Turns Ordinary People Into Superstars
I love sports, and as a sales and leadership expert, I find there are a lot of lessons on the field that apply to sales. As a Yankees fan, one player in particular stands out to me, and it’s not Mickey Mantle —one of the Yankees’ most revered players of all time.
How Ordinary People Become Extraordinary
Everyone has the potential, but the habits necessary are adopted only by the few. Will you be one of them?