The World Scout Jamboree and personal development

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In just a few days, the Scouting world will be coming together in West Virginia, USA for the World Scout Jamboree. The word ‘Jamboree’ now firmly belongs to Scouting, I reckon. In many people’s minds, perhaps, it conjurs up sepia toned images of good, hearty fun for young people, stories being told round campfires and […]

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Eastern Michigan University students launch job search website to fill roles at small businesses in the Ypsilanti and the Downriver community | The Eastern Echo

Two Eastern Michigan University (EMU) students have launched what they hope will become the newest competitor to online job searching websites, like LinkedIn and Indeed. Collin Clem, 21, and Anthony Levesque, 19, creators of the job searching website Employee RoundUp, are aiming to become the newest leaders in the field of talent acquisition. Clem and […]

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Personal Growth vs Personal Development

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On this journey to becoming the best version of ourselves, we often encounter a lot of jargon. There’s the goal-setting, mindset, self-care, mindfulness, affirmations, and so many terms it can become overwhelming and daunting. When I first began this journey I remember feeling behind. It felt like I could never catch up with those around […]

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Drs. Eirini Kefalogianni and Monica Chang-Panesso Receive Career Development Awards

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Eirini Kefalogianni, PhD, (L) and Monica Chang-Panesso, MD Congratulations to two of our WashU Nephrology investigators who recently received career development awards. Eirini Kefalogianni, PhD, Instructor in Medicine, recently received a three-year, $231,000 (total), Career Development Award from the American Heart Association (AHA) to study the roles of cellular and circulating Tumor-Necrosis-Factor-Receptors 1 and 2 (TNFR1/2) […]

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