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Architects Foundation now accepting applications for scholarship programs

by PRISM, The Architects Foundation, the philanthropic partner of The American Institute of Architects (AIA), is now accepting applications for five scholarships supporting students pursuing architecture degrees. Diversity Advancement Scholarship This multiyear scholarship supports high school and undergraduate minority students who are entering, enrolled in, or transferring into an undergraduate architecture program recognized by the National […]

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The Young Ones Student Awards 2020

For more than thirty years, The One Club for Creativity has been passionate about showcasing the ingenuity of students and young professionals. The Young Ones Student Awards is one of the world’s most acclaimed competitive showcases for advertising, digital communication, and design students. IMPORTANT INFORMATION Regular Deadline: March 2 Final Deadline: March 9 Finalists Announced: […]

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Don’t Let Workplace Bullies Win—Here’s How to Spot Them and Stop Them

by Stav Ziv, Goodbye, playground bully! See you never, high school mean girls! Hello…workplace bully? Oh no. Unfortunately, bullying isn’t one of those things you can put behind you when you become an adult, like awkward yearbook photos and (usually) braces. Offices can have bullies, too. In fact, they’re more common than you might think. […]

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What to Do Right Before Bed for a Better Night’s Sleep

Science tells us that our nighttime routines can double as a creative outlet, help us clear our minds, and set us up for sleep. By Marina Khidekel, Editorial Director at Thrive Global, Nighttime routines have become a staple in our conversations around well-being, and for very good reason: Science tells us that the small steps we take before bed hold the power […]

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