Graduate Student Strike

September 7, 2018

The final day of the strike featured picketing on College Walk and speeches from union officials and was attended at one point by New York gubernatorial candidate Cynthia Nixon, BC ’88, and Congressman Jerrold Nadler, CC ’69, who represents the federal congressional district in which Columbia is located. “At a time of growing economic inequality […]

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Graduate Students Join an Online Learning

August 3, 2018

Graduate education requires both independent and group learning to create a community of engaged learners who not only develop content knowledge but also become socialized into their chosen discipline. Traditionally, much of this community building and socialization happens in face-to-face interactions with both faculty and other graduate students. Replicating these types of interactions and experiences […]

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A Graduate Programme

July 12, 2018

You have the opportunity to mould the graduates into exactly what you need, so they become an integrated part of the organisational culture. The fact that graduates have developed a habit of learning signifies that they will constantly seek to learn at the workplace. Moreover, one of the main advantages of graduates is a high […]

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How to Start a Cleaning Business

June 9, 2018

First, you need to decide what kind of cleaner you’re going to be, and what market you’re going to serve. There are three main cleaning markets: domestic, commercial, and specialist. Your choice of market will likely depend on your existing experience and expertise, but you should also make sure that you do some research – […]

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How to write a business plan

May 12, 2018

Your business plan is one of your venture’s most important documents. It’s the bible you’ll use to help establish your company, but it’s also the guiding document against which you’ll measure your success and continue to grow. In order to build your business sustainably, you need to know where you are and where you’re going. […]

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