The National Association of Black Journalists and the Poynter Institute have pooled their resources and expertise to launch a tuition-free leadership program to help improve diversity in the digital journalism space.
The American Counseling Association has partnered with other organizations to oppose a Tennessee bill they say would permit discrimination against LGBT people based on a service provider’s personal beliefs.
New regulations that would expand overtime pay would have serious unintended consequences for higher education, according to the College and University Professional Association for Human Resources.
After recent research revealed a perception gap between the public and scientists on a number of issues, the American Academy of Arts and Sciences launched a program to increase people’s awareness and appreciation for what scientists do.
Nineteen percent of franchise owners in the United Kingdom are younger than 30, and a new campaign launched by the British Franchising Association aims to attract more to the industry.
New research suggests that increasing women’s digital savvy will double the pace of progress toward pay equity around the world.