HEALTHCARE: New Interactive Exhibit Spotlights Healthcare Heroes
Palomar Health has partnered with San Diego Children’s Discovery Museum to present Healthcare Heroes, an interactive exhibit that celebrates Palomar Health’s healthcare workers and their relentless efforts to keep the community safe during the pandemic while educating children on the world of healthcare and medicine.
$39M Complex by Westmont Living Shuns Institutional Look
Ware Malcomb architects with San Diego offices in Sorrento Valley is expanding its push into the senior living market with the completion of the $39 million Westmont of Encinitas.
ARTS: CEO Says Changes to Dramatically Improve Historic Venue
A $125 million renovation of the Jacobs Music Center and Copley Symphony Hall is aimed at transforming the historic former Fox movie theater into a true concert hall with a variety of structural changes to dramatically improve acoustics.
Who was that mysterious figure, coming to the aid of those needy people? Feeding San Diego and the Comic-Con Museum want to find out.
EDUCATION: National University Prof Carries on MLK’s Legacy
National University instructor Dr. Saul E. Lankster II has accomplished much, and has achieved many firsts, during his more than seven decades of life.
INSURANCE: Companies Adjusting Coverages as Threats Skyrocket
In 2022’s increasingly digital world, companies must safeguard their data against a menacing array of dangerous — and constantly evolving — cyber threats.
EDUCATION: 750,000 Amazon Employees Eligible for ‘Career Choice’
San Diego-based National University (NU) has been selected by Amazon to serve as a national provider for the company’s Career Choice program, which offers Amazon hourly employees full tuition at NU to learn new career skills.
JOBS: Community Colleges Step Up
California community colleges are big players in training the workforce that helps sustain the state’s robust economy.
In the mid-1960s as a young man growing up in large, broken family with eight siblings in Oklahoma City, Maurice Orange said it was deeply disturbing to watch his older sisters fall into patterns of different forms of abuse from their significant others.
ECONOMY: Student-Run Survey Recaps 2021, Looks Ahead to 2022
Business leaders in San Diego County feel the economy is doing well despite concerns about the COVID-19 pandemic. While some types of business typically bustling in San Diego like tourism are taking some time to come back because of continuing pandemic concerns, companies in the biotechnology and medical device fields are gaining ground as is the craft brewing industry.
Nobody in Summer Williams’ family is surprised that she has a flourishing career as a dance instructor.
Like many young children, Angela Carroll’s plan when she was a young girl was to become a teacher. She never lost sight of that goal, and when she got older, that plan got a little uptick.
TOURISM: Historic Town & Country Resort Gets $100M Makeover
Before it underwent a $100 million renovation, the Town & Country hotel in Mission Valley was attracting notices that did little to attract guests.
Happy2Help Transportation’s motto is “We’re here because we want to be,” but if the company’s founder, San Diego native Phil Fowler, had his own motto, it might just very well be “Be the change you wish to see in the world.”
Amy Minnick traded her time inside a laboratory to put her science knowledge to work in a different way as a fitness trainer in East County.