On Weds 26th October Caroline Middlecote, the Associate Director, Country Support, HIV Programs and two of Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI)’s Talent Acquisition Managers… 243 more words
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What isn’t commonly known about scholarly publishing? Every industry has its less well-known facts. What are ours?
This month we asked the Chefs: What’s your favorite ‘dirty little secret’ about scholarly publishing? 1,620 more words
This past summer, I worked as a Business Analyst with the Integrated Infrastructure Services Branch in the City of Edmonton from May to August 2016. The map in the picture is a neighbourhood map of Edmonton, which was provided by supervisor when I did neighbourhood matching. 507 more words
The School of History runs its own internships providing history students the opportunity to develop their employability and participate in the running of the department. The internships cover a range of roles, from careers interns responsible for gathering and disseminating information, to assisting undergraduate recruitment and induction. 1,198 more words
By Keith Budge, Headmaster, Bedales Schools
I finished my ramblings last week saying that the Young Creative Leaders session at the HMC conference was for me the most stimulating. 516 more words