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Allow People to Do Their Best

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Throughout most careers, you will have the responsibility to create and manage a team. But how do you “manage” people? Traditional thinking tells us that managers are there to control the means to achieve a specified end. Think of the …

By Ethan Couillard
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More than Just Mentors – Husky Mentor Network’s Hidden Resource

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The Husky Mentor Network is a valuable tool for connecting with alumni who share a commonality or who work in your industry of interest and is one I encourage you to use regularly for that purpose. However, it is also …

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Future of Work and the Advancement of Women of Color

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Ademographics steadily change and the workforce’s makeup is becoming increasingly diverse, the workplace must shift accordingly. According to Randstad, diversity, and inclusion are among the top tre

By Wiley Dawson
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My Experience as a Distance Learning Elementary School Intern

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Distance learning with elementary students is an entirely different experience from working with them in-person. Everything I imagined my internship to me is different from what I expected. Despite this, there are still opportunities to learn and grow as an …

By Kimy Velasquez
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Op-Ed: How Studying Racism Helped Us Become Anti-Racist Activists

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Authors: Javon Adote, Haylie Alter, Margot Eversdyke, Calista Giroux, Madison González, Phillip K. Graham, Alyssa Harvey, Sarah Hubelbank, Iris Jordan, Christine Jorquera, Rosemary O’Mahony, Mercedez Patrick, Angelica Sistrunk, and Eddie Vitcavage 

Here is an excerpt of the article. Read below …

By Javon Adote
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