While browsing through your social media feed, chances are you’ve seen people lose their tempers and make hurtful or threatening posts online. For teenagers, such behavior can be particularly harmful: teen cyberbullies—and those they target—are more likely than other teens to face academic and emotional struggles,...

5 Minutes with Wendy E. John Diversity Woman: How have the various leadership positions you’ve held with Fidelity impacted your perspective as a diversity leader? Wendy E. John: I’ve been in a number of different roles and understand how we approach work, how we approach customers, and how...

Once Maggie Chan Jones made it to the C-suite, she founded Tenshey to extend a hand and pull other women up the ladder. By Kimberly Olson When Maggie Chan Jones was growing up, her native Hong Kong was home to only three colleges, creating a harrowingly competitive landscape....

Higher education is examining its practices to root out bias. Professor of Mathematics Education Judit Moschkovich is on the leading edge of the movement. University of California Professor Judit Moschkovich knows what it’s like to walk into a room where the shared culture, language, and mores are...

As newer platforms like Slack and Microsoft Teams begin taking root, companies are beginning to rethink their reliance on email By Sheryl Nance-Nash Remember back in the 1990s when email was the best thing since penicillin? It brought the convenience of putting your thoughts together day or night...

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