San Francisco Entrepreneur Helps Solve Medical Cases OnlineJared Heyman, founder and CEO of CrowdMed, explains how his company operates and provides encouragement for others aspiring to enter the digital health industry.
SF State Students Battle University's Sugary Drink ContractStudents at San Francisco State University are objecting to plans to give "pouring rights" to Coca -Cola, Pepsi or some other sugary drink company.
Mills College May Cut Back On Arts Programs To SurviveFaced with dwindling enrollment and mounting debt, Mills College is considering a program to beef up its science and business courses, while cutting back many of its traditional arts offerings.
Oakland Non-Profit Teaches Leadership Skills For Students Building Bright FuturesInspired by her own family history, an East Bay woman has spent the last 40 years "paying it forward" in her native Oakland.
Creative Recruiter Finds Tech Talent For Ebay, StubHubGood communication skills are essential. Not only that, a recruiter offers the first glimpse into a company's brand and culture through communication during the hiring process.
TEDx Brings Big Ideas to YosemiteTEDxYosemite will take place on November 14th, 2015. Founded on the principle of spreading "Ideas Worth Sharing", TED takes many forms, bringing together thinkers and doers to share innovative ideas from across a variety of disciplines, including technology, entertainment, and design (TED).
SF Area Licensed Psychologist Enjoys The Variety in His CareerReflect on what you really want to do in the end. Is it clinical care, research, other applied work or some combo? Then work backwards from there to see what degree and experiences you need to get to that point.
San Francisco Doctor Suggests The Medical Field Is A 'Calling'"As a 'forever optimist,' I do believe each deeply committed individual pursuing a life -- not just a job -- as a medical doctor will find happiness," encourages Adriana Rozsa.
San Francisco Middle School Delays Election Over Lack Of DiversityA student government election at a mostly Hispanic San Francisco middle school turned into a debate about the democratic process when the principal delayed the results because the winners did not reflect the school's diverse student body.
Cal State Faculty Voting On Major Strike Over Salary NegotiationsFaculty members at the California State University's 23 campuses are voting online and in person starting Monday on whether to permit their labor union to call a strike over stalled salary negotiations.
San Francisco Manager Connects Psychology Learning To InterviewingAccording to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, jobs in psychology, human services and counseling are expected to grow an average 29 percent by 2020. Learning how to quickly find the best people and create top-performing teams is a skill that requires connecting classroom learning to the interview process.
UC President Vows To Review Sex Harassment Policy Following Berkeley Astronomer ScandalThe president of the University of California system has convened a committee of administrators, faculty and students to look at how complaints against tenured faculty are handled across the 10-campus system.