Tips for Job Seekers: Inside the Mind of a Recruiter | James Citrin

So let’s talk about the tactics of searching for a job today. Some of the tactics are quite different, but some of the principles are absolutely timeless. Some of the tactics that are different: LinkedIn. LinkedIn is an essential resource for potential employees and employers. It is the de facto global standard for 400 million […]

Edit Your Resume

It takes time to create a professional resume that is ready to send to an employer. Editing your resume will help you highlight your best skills and experiences and show a potential employer how you’re a good fit for the job. Google’s Applied Digital Skills can help you edit your resume to make it more […]

Steven Pinker: Linguistics as a Window to Understanding the Brain

My name is Steve Pinker, and I’m Professor of Psychology at Harvard University.  And today I’m going to speak to you about language.  I’m actually not a linguist, but a cognitive scientist.  I’m not so much interested as language as an object in its own right, but as a window to the human mind. Language […]

Getting an Art Degree? – What next?

Recently, I’ve had a few Art students ask me for advice for what to do after they have finished their studies and go out into the world with a degree tucked under their arms – looking for a job. Well, It’s a long time since I started and things have changed a lot. Back then […]

How Close Are We to Replacing Humans With Robots?

[TRACE] There are lots of different types of robots; insect robots, animal robots, jellyfish robots, toy robots, cooking robots, military robots..sex robots? An android is a human-like robot…it looks like a human, talks like a human, it acts like a human. Androids are the pinnacle of robotics and artificial intelligence. Successfully building an android is […]

Main Idea | Summarising | Reading Strategies

Working out the main idea of a text is an important skill because it helps us to better understand what we are reading. When determining the main idea, ask yourself, ‘What is the main point the author wants me to know?’. Let’s look at some strategies that can help us determine the main idea. Use […]

Principles For Success by Ray Dalio (In 30 Minutes)

Pinkwashing: The Dark Side of the Breast Cancer Awareness Industry Explained…

Linda Tain interview, 2019 April 24

ALEX JOSEPH: Okay, good afternoon, and welcome to FIT Talks, the college’s oral history project. I’m Alex Joseph, the managing editor of Hue magazine. Today is April 24th, 2019. We’re speaking to Linda Tain, a long-time faculty member at FIT’s fashion design department and also held a position in FIT’s Union for many years. So, […]