Rabia Djellouli, a professor at California State University, Northridge, says for aspiring mathematicians to better compete for a projected blast of job opportunities in L.A., they’ll need to prepare early.
Two UCLA graduate students are seeking legal action after university officials allegedly ignored their complaints over a professor accused of sexual misconduct.
Dr. Richard Willson, a professor at California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, says many factors are increasing job opportunities for urban and regional planners in greater Los Angeles.
Two Chinese professors who attended the University of Southern California are among six Chinese nationals accused by federal prosecutors of stealing trade secrets from two U.S. tech companies.
Claremont McKenna College Professor Jack Pitney believes the chances of the party’s newest candidates winning the nomination are slim.
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Dr. James Rudd, Chair of CSULA’s natural science program, says employment opportunities for natural sciences managers are teeming in Los Angeles.
Dr. Charles M. Vance says Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles strives to help mold the next generation of effective business leaders.
CSULA’s Dr. Jongwook Woo says in order for database administrators to compete for a wealth of new job opportunities earmarked for Los Angeles, they will need to keep up with current trends.
Dr. Angela Young, a professor at California State University, Los Angeles, says proficient business managers in L.A. are well-rounded, fine-tuned and multi-skilled.
Dr. Michael Willard says California State University, Los Angeles, is actively equipping students with what they need in order to land sustainable and lucrative roles as probation officers.
CSULA’s Dr. Michael Germano says social media traffickers, who are tech-savvy and can create inviting online content, are valuable assets to Los Angeles’ socialistic business community.
Steve LaDochy says job opportunities are ample in greater L.A. for tech-savvy meteorologists who are skilled in math, physics and computer science.
Dr. Denise Herz, a professor at California State University, Los Angeles, says the best way to lock down a lasting career within L.A.’s criminal justice system is to seek higher education.
Pierce College’s Jason Finley says today’s meteorologists in Los Angeles must understand the prominence of social media and excel in the areas of math, science and computer technology.