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COVID-19 was a setback for working women. These first-time entrepreneurs prevailed

"Women are very, very strong in terms of gaining social support, family support, informal social networks," said Lois Shelton, a professor at Cal State Northridge who specializes in entrepreneurship and strategy. "Where women have somewhat of a disadvantage ... are accessing these business networks. That's where men are very strong." -- Kansas City Star

COVID-19 Was A Setback For Working Women. These First-Time Entrepreneurs Prevailed

"Women are very, very strong in terms of gaining social support, family support, informal social networks," said Lois Shelton, a professor at Cal State Northridge who specializes in entrepreneurship and strategy. "Where women have somewhat of a disadvantage ... are accessing these business networks. That's where men are very strong." -- The Working Woman Report

SAJJ Mediterranean aces partnership with USA Paralympic MVP and gold medalist Katie Holloway

From 2004-2008 at Cal State Northridge, Katie Holloway was the first female amputee to play NCAA Division I Basketball and since winning Gold in Rio, has been a strong advocate for equal pay for Paralympians. Her efforts contributed to the historic change in the US Olympics and Paralympic Committee's decision to provide equal bonus money payouts to Paralympians as their Olympic counterparts. Holloway competed in the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics and took home the Gold, along with being named the MVP of the entire Tokyo 2020 Paralympics. -- Nation's Restaurant News

COVID was a setback for working women. These first-time entrepreneurs prevailed

“Women are very, very strong in terms of gaining social support, family support, informal social networks,” said Lois Shelton, a professor at Cal State Northridge who specializes in entrepreneurship and strategy. “Where women have somewhat of a disadvantage ... are accessing these business networks. That’s where men are very strong.” -- Los Angeles Times

CSUN's Nhut Ho: Why A Transdisciplinary Approach Is Key To Staying Ahead In A Changing Technological World

The pace of technological innovation shows no hint of slowing. In fact, I believe it’s speeding up. With this increasingly rapid pace comes unforeseen consequences. There is no shortage of stories of technology being used in ways that are contradictory to the innovator’s intent. Too often, a lack of diverse voices in the research and development phases fails to imagine these possibilities. -- Forbes

Cal State presidents to begin seeing pay increases

For example, some of CSU’s highest-paid presidents include San Diego State’s Adela de la Torre at $454,749, CSU Northridge’s Erika Beck at $415,952, and San Jose State President Mary Papazian at $403,433. Those campuses compare to Wayne State University in Detroit, which compensates its president at $892,760, Florida International University at $787,106, and Georgia State University at $719,720 a year, according to The Chronicle of Higher Education. -- EdSource

Billy Idol Unplugs For Radio Appearance

The live radio session also included performances of Idol classics "White Wedding", "To Be A Lover", and "Rebel Yell." 88.5 FM is a non-profit, non-commercial radio station based in Southern California and is a service of California State University, Northridge and Saddleback College; check them out online at 885fm.org. Watch the official video here. -- antiMusic

COVID was a setback for working women. These first-time entrepreneurs prevailed

“Women are very, very strong in terms of gaining social support, family support, informal social networks,” said Lois Shelton, a professor at Cal State Northridge who specializes in entrepreneurship and strategy. “Where women have somewhat of a disadvantage ... are accessing these business networks. That’s where men are very strong.” -- Yahoo! Finance

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