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Feeling safe at work is not something many people, especially women, can take for granted—a fact strongly tied to men’s tendency to mistreat women in many cultures. Women’s safety at work in the U.S. and around the world is the initial focus of a new philanthropic collaborative that brings together... Read @ Inside Philanthropy
Eyes are on community colleges to provide the training panacea for the current skills gap as well as affordable ways for people to refresh or add to their skill sets throughout their lives. But the institutions charged with providing these solutions are largely underfunded, according to a recent... Read @ Education Dive
The admission scandal is a stain on the reputation of our top universities. If these institutions want to change their admission policies, they should double down on their outreach to Strivers. I am referring to America’s Strivers — the talented and prepared low-and middle-income students who... more »
Access to clean water remains one of the biggest challenges facing humankind. A breakthrough by engineers at The University of Texas at Austin may offer a new solution through solar-powered technology that absorbs moisture from the air and returns it as clean, usable water. Read @ Manufacturing.net
Bloomberg Philanthropies has announced a $10 million commitment in support of efforts in Michigan to address the large number of opioid overdose deaths in the state. Michigan is the second state (after Pennsylvania) selected to participate in a three-year, $50 million initiative launched by the... Read @ Philanthropy News Digest