July 27, 2020
High pressure in place will make for a sunny day. Wind flow will be southerly so additional moisture will be pushed into the region. Another hot, muggy day. High temperature in the low 90s. Winds southwest at 5-10 mph.
Friday, July 24, Dr. Davis, Monsoon Mike, Quinn Flory ‘20, and Macy Turner recorded a KUR-exclusive podcast discussing past, present and future weather, along with a multitude of climate-related topics including a very warm 2020; a very active tropical season; Greta Thunberg winning an award; 25 climate scientists giving an ominous warning about climate change; and Joe Biden's climate package. Thirty-eight minutes well spent. Click here to listen: https://youtu.be/QHfvCswmWS0.
Mike Regensburger, KUR
There are no face-to-face events scheduled at this time.
GOOGLE’S DIGITAL SKILLS RESOURCES
View this webinar 1 p.m., Tuesday, July 28. Learn how digital tools can help you get organized, increase your productivity and manage time more efficiently. https://pasbdc.ecenterdirect.com/events/26854
Francene Dudziec, KUSBDC
CLAVES PARA VENDER EN INCERTIDUMBRE
Si últimamente lo único que escuchas es que la gente no está comprando porque no hay forma de hacerlo cuando el mundo está parado entonces debes replantearte inmediatamente la situación. Como emprendedores o líderes de proyectos debemos tomar estos retos con pasión para tratar de generar nuevos ángulos de negocios.
Francene Dudziec, KUSBDC
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