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Typography is the art and technique of arranging type to make written language legible, readable and appealing when displayed. The arrangement of type involves selecting typefaces, point size, line length, line-spacing (leading), letter-spacing (tracking), and adjusting the space within letters pairs (kerning).

Free Presentations with Dr. Thulani on Brain Health

The Wellness & Health Promotion Major at Cambridge College is offering these free presentations to the community. As a senior faculty member, Thulani will be delivering the following presentations. Her personal experience as a person in long-term recovery, inspired her passion to study ways that nutrition, exercise and mindfulness-based practices can support better brain health…

Leading with Empathy: An Essential Skill for New Normal Leadership

Empathy is not a quality that you may initially associate with leadership, particularly in competitive and fast-paced corporate environments. After all, on the surface the two worldviews are seemingly incongruous. However, empathetic leadership allows us to understand the needs of others and be cognizant of their emotions and overall wellbeing. In today’s workforce, having this…

Diversity, Equity & Inclusion: An Employee Wellness Imperative

The COVID-19 pandemic has disproportionately affected communities of color while the killing of George Floyd and others have, once more, brought racially motivated violence to the fore. These glaring reminders of systemic inequality, exacerbate old wounds and create new ones. The mental health and well-being of Black people has never been more important, and the…

Health Tips for Remote Workers

The country has transitioned at an unprecedented pace over the past several months. A lot of our every day “norms” have changed, including the way we work. Our workforce has shifted and more employers have transitioned to remote operations. While there are benefits to employees working remotely such as reduced commute times and better scheduling…

From Stress to Flow - Shift the Paradigm

When was the last time you felt so energized and immersed in your work that you lost track of time?  Stress has been recognized as the fastest-growing occupational hazard in the United States, and it is especially prevalent in today’s workforce. In the past years, our modern culture of overworking has reached new heights and…

Free Presentations with Dr. Thulani on Brain Health

The Wellness & Health Promotion Major at Cambridge College is offering these free presentations to the community. As a senior faculty member, Thulani will be delivering the following presentations. Her personal experience as a person in long-term recovery, inspired her passion to study ways that nutrition, exercise and mindfulness-based practices can support better brain health…

Leading with Empathy: An Essential Skill for New Normal Leadership

Empathy is not a quality that you may initially associate with leadership, particularly in competitive and fast-paced corporate environments. After all, on the surface the two worldviews are seemingly incongruous. However, empathetic leadership allows us to understand the needs of others and be cognizant of their emotions and overall wellbeing. In today’s workforce, having this…

Diversity, Equity & Inclusion: An Employee Wellness Imperative

The COVID-19 pandemic has disproportionately affected communities of color while the killing of George Floyd and others have, once more, brought racially motivated violence to the fore. These glaring reminders of systemic inequality, exacerbate old wounds and create new ones. The mental health and well-being of Black people has never been more important, and the…

Health Tips for Remote Workers

The country has transitioned at an unprecedented pace over the past several months. A lot of our every day “norms” have changed, including the way we work. Our workforce has shifted and more employers have transitioned to remote operations. While there are benefits to employees working remotely such as reduced commute times and better scheduling…

From Stress to Flow - Shift the Paradigm

When was the last time you felt so energized and immersed in your work that you lost track of time?  Stress has been recognized as the fastest-growing occupational hazard in the United States, and it is especially prevalent in today’s workforce. In the past years, our modern culture of overworking has reached new heights and…