Tag Archives: Business

Business School’s eCareerCoach lands student a prized internship

The advice leapt from online to real life for Tori Macklin, a Griffith Student who scored an internship through using eCareerCoach. “The eCareerCoach platform is so beneficial for students because it allows us to easily connect with professionals willing to share their knowledge gained from years of experience in their industry. Coaches also get the opportunity to mentor future… Read More »

Architects Exposed to Dynamics of Negotiation to Remain in Business

As an Architect, the ability to negotiate, particularly, financial negotiation in order to remain in business was the centre of discussion at the Town and Gown Seminar of the Department of Architecture, Covenant University, Ota. The Guest Speaker and Managing Director, Chief Executive Officer, First New Generation Limited, Arc Ngozi Okokwu, on Tuesday, February 27, 2018, exposed the… Read More »

CSIRO Chief Executive Larry Marshall encouraged Australia’s scientists to take their science out of the lab and into the world to make people’s lives better.

In a speech to scientists at the annual Science Meets Parliament event held in Canberra today, Dr Marshall said scientists had a responsibility to share their work and get it ‘off the lab bench’. Science Meets Parliament is designed to foster relationships and understanding between scientists and technologists, MPs and Senators. “Science has the power to inspire all… Read More »

President Xu Ningsheng arrives at Hungary signing co-operation agreement to set up a Budapest campus

In the binary conference of Premier Li Keqiang’s visit to Hungary, Fudan President Xu Ningsheng and President of John von Neumann University signed the Co-operation Agreement of Fudan University and John von Neumann University under the support of the Central Bank of Hungary, witnessed by premiers of both countries. The agreement actively responds to the One Belt One… Read More »

Highlighting Yale science at the World Economic Forum

President Peter Salovey and other Yale luminaries joined experts from around the globe at the World Economic Forum (WEF), held Jan. 23-26 in Davos, Switzerland. Read President Salovey’s account of his visit there in the latest edition of Notes from Woodbridge Hall. The theme of this year’s WEF was “Creating a Shared Future in a Fractured World.” During… Read More »

The Third Five-Year Strategic Plan of University of Tehran (2016-2020)

According to the UT’s vision and the general policies of resistive economy, the most important and pivotal missions of UT are as follows: Developing the scope of all sciences including human sciences, engineering, agriculture, and art Generating scientific theories and fulfilling the intellectual and scientific needs of the Islamic Society Presenting equal opportunity for flourishing and developing the… Read More »