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Sheila Pontis’s Advice to Designers: ‘Be Curious’

Princeton University lecturer and design thinking expert Sheila Pontis has spent the past two decades researching and teaching information design and design thinking.

Author Bart Jackson on How to Become the CEO of You, Inc.

Author Bart Jackson will discuss life and career tips from his new book, “CEO of Yourself — Getting Down to the Business of Your More Rewarding Life” on Friday, February 15.

Can Minority-Owned Businesses Trust the Government?

The African American Chamber of Commerce of New Jersey continues to encourage minority and women owned business enterprises to pursue contracts with the federal government, the organization announced two weeks ago in Trenton.

In Public Speaking Practice Matters

Eileen Sinett begins a workout regimen for public speakers on February 6.

The Perfect Company: Universal Display Corporation

It was a slow night at the Franklin Institute. Three of us watched chief astronomer Derrick Pitts explain the importance of Galileo’s telescopes to George Takei, who played Mr....

Elder Law Lawyer: Let Older Be Wiser

Five years from now people collectively will be older yet. And some of them, attorney Victor Medina hopes, will also be wiser.

In Honor of Bayard Rustin, A Social Justice Center

Robt Seda-Schreiber believes that open and respectful conversation is a key first step for building a more just society. He will share his experience as an activist, teacher, and community builder in a panel discussion on LGBTQI cultural competencies.

New Business Strategy: Be a Decent Human Being

Matt Ward will host a workshop on increasing word-of-mouth referrals for the Princeton Regional Chamber of Commerce on Friday, September 28.

The Economy, As We Have Made It

Since Eric Maskin was awarded the Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences last year, it became apparent that there were two kinds of economists. The first, who clog television news...

Making Workplaces More Inclusive

Michele Meyer-Shipp will be the keynote speaker at the Princeton Regional Chamber of Commerce’s Diversity & Inclusion Breakfast Forum at Mercer Oaks Country Club on Wednesday, November 7, from 7:30 to 10 a.m.

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Demarcating Democracy with the Princeton Gerrymandering Project

Sam Wang’s Princeton Gerrymandering Project is taking on redistricting in New Jersey and beyond.