Did you know that under federal law, employers can discriminate against Black employees who don natural hairstyles except when they wear afros? According to Kline School of Law professor Wendy Greene, JD, LLM, an expert […]
Jonathan Deutsch, PhD, a professor in the Department of Food and Hospitality Management in the College of Nursing and Health Professions, and Rachel Sherman, project coordinator of the Food Lab – the College’s culinary innovation lab, shared their ideas for upcycling decorative Halloween pumpkins.
Most Americans have supported the idea of using more renewable energy sources, less fossil fuels and being less wasteful for some time. But a big key to untethering ourselves from current consumption habits – like […]
Baseball is back, but COVID-19 is keeping fans safely at home. To help television audiences adjust to the new normal during the pandemic-shortened baseball season, some teams are seating cardboard cutouts of their fans, for […]
From its onset, the coronavirus pandemic caused major disruptions to supply chains that led to nationwide shortages for many essential products. Consumers witnessed empty shelves when shopping for items like toilet paper, paper towels and […]
Joel Maxcy, PhD, of LeBow College of Business, explains the struggle for MLB and its players union to agree on conditions of playing the 2020 season.
The COVID-19 outbreak, lockdowns and socials distancing measures have had an unprecedented impact on the economy and have forced many business, including startups, to restructure their models and move to a more robust online structure. […]
As businesses begin to reopen cautiously across the country people must weigh the risk of returning to these enclosed spaces amid the pandemic. Research is beginning to indicate that maintaining physical distancing and limiting time […]
A paper in Journal of the American Heart Association explores the geographic hotspots of racial disparities in cardiovascular health among blacks and whites across the United States.
Ellen Staurowsky, EdD, of LeBow College of Business, explains how the NCAA Board of Governors’ latest ruling on name, image and likeness will impact college athletes.