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Category Archives: Millennials at Work

Spelman College Grant Will Develop STEM Center of Excellence

The Center for Excellence for Minority Women in STEM is the initiative that the Spelman College team will develop as a result of this new grant from the US Department of Justice (DOJ).  This new center will be pivotal in the further development … Read More…

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Become a Librarian in the Automation Age

Moving forward, it’s hard to imagine a line of work that won’t be radically altered by the prevalence of artificial intelligence and automation. However, contrary to what we might think, Librarians (those who used to deal almost exclusively in a paper based service), … Read More…

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Tennessee State University Opens New Coding Hub

According to a recent study, of some 26 million job listings online right now, more than half of the ones that come with higher incomes require at least some basic understanding of computer coding. While computer science continues to be an attractive job … Read More…

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