Where Are The Women: How Far Does STEM Reach Before It Hits the Glass Ceiling?
Seems like a redundant headline, one that you have certainly heard before. Annoying and infuriating, on multiple levels, that it keeps popping up, right…? However, Donna Strickland, has been in the news as of late. Who? What? Why? Donna Strickland, physicist, was just awarded a Nobel Prize. She is only the 3rd woman to receive […]
What IT Is and Why IT Matters: a February Round-Up of Information Technology News
It’s been a short month but there’s been no shortage of things to do. You’re busy, that’s cool. But there’s also been no shortage of amazing news in the tech sphere, and we think you should know about it. So, we took it upon ourselves to compile a few of the most interesting articles out […]
Technology, Food, and the River City
Shutterstock Technology + Food At first glance, it might appear that these two are a strange pair. Food in its most unadulterated form is tangible and comes direct from the Earth (for now at least, see the thing about the pizza below), while technology and the associated data are more abstract and seemingly come from […]
Myers-Briggs in the Workplace: The Good, The Bad, and the Illegal
Here at UTG, we recently added a weekly presentation to our office-wide Morning Meetings. Topics can be chosen by the presenter, and will focus on how we can grow and be better as an organization without necessarily having to stick to our typical, tech-focused presentations. Knowing I have a presentation to make in the near […]
Welcome to UTG: We’re Breaking New Ground (in more ways than one)
The past few weeks have brought about a lot of change for UTG. We’ve moved, we’re updating our digital platforms, and we’re starting up some awesome new partnerships!