Remembering the life of James R. Locke 1965 – 2021

Boxford – James R. Locke, 51, of Boxford, beloved husband of Leslie (Merritt) Locke, with whom he shared nearly 25 years of marriage, died peacefully on Sunday, August 15, 2021 at Brigham and Women’s Hospital , after a two-year battle with cancer. Born in Salem, Jim was the son of John A. and Marjorie J. … Read more

The money that will be earned in trades

Many girls choose college thinking here’s the money, but maybe they miss some very lucrative careers. SCHOOL dropouts are urged to take a look at the career opportunities available through vocational education and training, with a new video available to stream online showing jobs that workers need and the money that can be earned through … Read more

The alumni of St. Olaf turn their passion into preserving the environment into professional careers

The alumni of St. Olaf turn their passion into preserving the environment into professional careers Environmentalism is an important part of everyday life at St. Olaf College. From the restored university Natural lands to the research and organic work of the garden of St. Olaf (STOGROW) LEED certified campus Regents Hall of Natural Sciences and … Read more

Gender parity in scientific publications: much remains to be done University affairs

Researcher Vincent Larivière explains the factors that lead to gender inequality in research. Despite the efforts of many universities, gender parity has not yet been achieved in the world of academic research by 2021. Vincent Larivière, researcher and professor at the University’s School of Library Science and Information Sciences of Montreal Science), used an algorithm … Read more

How teachers earned the right to get pregnant

In the early twentieth century, socialists and feminists were crucial, according to a new article by Christopher Phelps in the magazine Modern American history reveals, until the founding of New York City teaching unionism. Launch of the newspaper American teacher in 1912 it led to the creation of the Teachers League in 1913 and then … Read more

The Michigan program connects former inmates with restaurant work

Michigan is one of four states launching a new program to connect people moving from the criminal justice system to jobs in restaurants. The National Educational Association Association Foundation received $ 4 million for the program and will use the funds to launch the Hospitality Opportunities for People (re) Entering Society (HOPES) job skills program. … Read more

Is self-promotion still a risk for women?

The generalized double pattern of showing up at work. A young woman shows her strong arm Getty Even those who seem genuinely interested in helping women advance in their careers are often credited with the idea that they are only women. inclined, or we show more confidence, we would see more in leadership roles. Certainly, … Read more