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Dissecting the Gender Divide in STEM

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Women only account for 28% of the workforce in the STEM fields. In 2020, this isn’t how the STEM workforce should be represented.  As innovation becomes more and more crucial with the increasing impacts of...
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Solving Mathematical Optimization Problems with Differential Calculus

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Looking at a fundamental use of calculus, and the incredible insight it can provide. Calculus is arguably the most influential mathematical discovery in history, finding uses in physics, economics, engineering, biology, and so much more....
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The politically incorrect commencement speech

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Dear 2020 graduates: You already have gotten one slap in the face with all ceremonies and the following parties being canceled. Have your second cheek ready for further blows of reality. There will be a...
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The disparity – Correlation vs Causation

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We humans love to hear and tell stories. We are destined to naturally look for patterns in our day to day life events and we like to connect the dots, relate one event to...
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How To Land Your First Job After You Graduate College

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As you no doubt already know, landing your first job after you graduate from college is not going to be a walk in the park. The job market has gotten increasingly competitive in recent...
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An Anecdote of Averages!

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Get to know the 3 M’s - Mean, Median, Mode of statistics a little deeper, they trick you more so often. We encounter sentences like “The average salary of a teacher in the..”, almost on...
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Why You Should Consider Studying AI in Korea

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Artificial Intelligence Specialists topped LinkedIn’s ‘2020 Emerging Jobs Report’, with 74% annual growth in demand in the past five years. With an average salary of $112,132 in the United States and a fast-paced environment,...
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Walking the Creative Line

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It might seem like a strange image for some but when I think of creativity I tend to think of Philippe Petit as he mindfully walks his tightrope high above the New York skyline....
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Why are planets so darned important to culture?

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Why is Pluto no longer a planet? The question perplexes physicist, former ABC News science editor, author and teacher Dr. Michael Guillen. He contends this science silliness must change. The is-or-is-not-a-planet dust up also bugs...
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One Last Thought

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Ido Singer hosts a very unique podcast called The One Last Thought podcast. Through the medium of podcast episodes, he has created a platform for people to share that one most important life lesson...
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5 Changes to the Education Sector Caused by Big Data

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Big data is poised to have a big impact on the education sector if it’s properly leveraged. It can provide numerous new and exciting ways for educators to teach their students, improve their understanding...