Modern Students And Technology – The Advantages And Disadvantages Today

Today, the development of society is in parallel with informatization. This is reflected in all spheres of life and professional activity of people. Continue Reading →

STEM Jobs From Harlem To Hollywood Still Struggling Representing Women, Study Finds

After investigating several practices common among organizations specializing in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM), researchers have found that there are plenty of opportunities for these groups to do more to promote their female employees. Continue Reading →

Impact Of Technology On The Youth From Harlem To Harare

The involution of technology has taken over in many daily activities. While you may be grateful that you don’t have to walk or commute to the bank to pay your bills or to the mall for shopping, you may have to worry about your little ones. Continue Reading →

Google Is Calling All Marketers: Insights That Will Shape Your Mobile Strategy

Think With Google reports that Mobile has rewritten the rules and redefined what it means to be an effective marketer. Marketers now have the ability to give people exactly what they want in a hurry. Continue Reading →

Go From Idea To Invention, Harlem Biospace Openings Available Now!

Harlem Biospace is open to start-ups working in life sciences and technology companies using biological or chemical techniques. Continue Reading →

5 Ways Leaders Can Take Charge In An Era of ‘Digital Disruption’ In Harlem

digital-disruptionThe rapid advancement of technology continues to change the world – and the marketplace – faster than many businesses can keep up, disrupting all their plans and threatening to render them obsolete. Continue Reading →

Salters Scene: 2nd Annual All Star Code Summer Benefit

Maurice DuBois, Christina Lewis Halpern and Valentino D. Carlotti

Maurice DuBois, Christina Lewis Halpern and Valentino D. Carlotti

By Udo Salters

The 2nd Annual All Star Code (ASC) Benefit took place on July 25th in the Hamptons. All Star Code is a non-profit organization founded in 2013 by Christina Lewis Halpern, a 2014 Echoing Green Fellowship Finalist, a 2014 White House STEM Access Champion of Change, and daughter of Reginald and Loida Lewis.

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