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Melting Glaciers: Effects on the Environment, Humans, and Biodiversity

Melting Glaciers: Effects on the Environment, Humans, and Biodiversity

Recently, the temperature in the Arctic appears to have hit a new continental high, close to 70 degrees. That’s leading to continued melting of glaciers in the Arctic and around the world. But how will that impact the world’s ecosystems? Dr. David Hik is an Associate Dean of the Faculty of Science as well as…
How to Increase Female Participation in STEM (Gender Gap)

How to Increase Female Participation in STEM (Gender Gap)

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While you’ve likely heard the reasons why women leave STEM fields, Dr. Diana Bilimoria researches why they stay along with other ways to develop and advance the careers of women in STEM. Recognized internationally for her leadership and research, Dr. Diana Bilimoria is a Key Bank Professor and Chair of Organizational Behavior at the Weatherhead…
What Makes A Dog Smart? Are Certain Dog Breeds Smarter?

What Makes A Dog Smart? Are Certain Dog Breeds Smarter?

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Ever looked at your dog and wonder just what they’re thinking? That’s the question Dr. Brian Hare has spent his career trying to answer. He’s a scientist, New York Times bestselling author of the book, The Genius of Dogs, and Professor of Evolutionary Anthropology at Duke University in North Carolina. His publications on dog cognition…
Negotiation Tips and Tricks (From Salary to Price)

Negotiation Tips and Tricks (From Salary to Price)

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Want to know how to negotiate your salary or how to avoid the biggest mistakes in negotiation? Get advice from Dr. George Siedel, a master negotiator and Professor Emeritus of Business Law at the University of Michigan. Read on to learn his insights on: Why negotiation is an important skillHis number one tip on how…
How to Motivate Yourself to Achieve Your Goals

How to Motivate Yourself to Achieve Your Goals

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Once you’ve set a goal or New Year’s Resolution, how do you find the motivation to achieve it? Dr. Richard Ryan, who co-developed the Self-Determination Theory, one of the leading theories of human motivation, shares research-backed tips to do just that. Dr. Ryan is also a Professor at the Institute for Positive Psychology and Education…
How to Make a Plan for Your Life and Set Personal Goals

How to Make a Plan for Your Life and Set Personal Goals

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Have you ever stopped to think about what you really want your life to be like? Dr. Richard Shell, an award-winning scholar, teacher, and author at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, has found that most people don’t. Luckily, he can help you get started. Below, listen to the conversation or read the…
Baby Advice for New Parents: How to Get a Newborn to Sleep

Baby Advice for New Parents: How to Get a Newborn to Sleep

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Listen to Mary Kohn of the University of Colorado share newborn baby care tips for right after birth and more. She covers if you can hold a newborn too much, how to get newborns to sleep without being held, and when babies sleep through the night naturally. Want to hear more from Mary? Enroll for…
Baby Advice for New Parents: How to Get Newborn to Sleep

Baby Advice for New Parents: How to Get Newborn to Sleep

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Listen to Mary Kohn of the University of Colorado share newborn baby care tips for right after birth and more. She covers if you can hold a newborn too much, how to get newborns to sleep without being held, and when babies sleep through the night naturally. Want to hear more from Mary? Enroll for…
In 2019, Should You Learn Python or Javascript First?

In 2019, Should You Learn Python or Javascript First?

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Unsure which programming language you should learn first? Charles Severance, also known as Dr. Chuck, is a professor at the University of Michigan School of Information and has taught over one million students on Coursera about programming, coding, and technology. Below, Dr. Chuck talks about whether Python and Javascript are still worth learning in 2019,…
Can You Be Happy Without Friends? (Millennial Study)

Can You Be Happy Without Friends? (Millennial Study)

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Millennials were dubbed the loneliness generation by a new YouGov study.  Can millennials still be happy if they’re alone? Listen to Laurie Santos, who teaches The Science of Well-Being at Yale and on Coursera. She describes how important friendship is to overall happiness and tips on overcoming loneliness. Want to hear more from Laurie? Enroll…

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