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posted by CAA — Mar 13, 2019

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New York City First Lady Chirlane McCray announced the new She Built NYC monuments this week in Brooklyn. Photo: Ed Reed

She Built NYC Announces Statues Honoring Four More Trailblazing Women

In addition to a previously announced monument for Rep. Shirley Chisholm, New York City will honor these four trailblazers. (She Built NYC)

Trump Sets Workforce Training, Student Loan Overhaul as Budget Priorities

Trump’s fiscal year 2020 budget proposal was released this week. Here are the implications for higher ed. (Education Dive)

Finding the Right Training and Career Development Opportunities for Your Organization

Where to begin? Start by identifying the goals you want to achieve. (Scholarly Kitchen)

Governor Dunleavy’s Budget Plan Would ‘Gut’ University of Alaska System

CAA has signed a letter along with 27 other professional societies urging reconsideration of this plan. The university stands to lose 40% of its total budget. (Anchorage Daily News)

The Power of a Paid Internship: Creating Pathways to Careers in Museums

A helpful case study from The Phillips Collection. (AAM)

Why Is Work by Female Artists Still Valued Less Than Work by Male Artists?

A look at the numbers with sociologist Taylor Whitten Brown. (Artsy)

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