NASA’s Johnson Space Center Signs Space Act Agreements with Texas Universities

This spring, NASA’s Johnson Space Center signed Space Act agreements with the University of Houston (UH) system, Texas A&M University system, and Texas Southern University. These agreements are an expansion of long-term partnerships that will allow for collaborative facilitation of research and technology transfer and provide a sustainable pipeline of career development opportunities for the Artemis generation in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics, or STEM, roles at Johnson — crea

NASA, Rice University and Houston’s Ion Partner to Create Opportunities for Startup Community Collaboration

On July 14, 2022, NASA’s Johnson Space Center announced a new collaboration with the Ion, Houston’s innovation hub. NASA and the Ion are establishing a technology-transfer center at the Ion to empower the Houston-Galveston region’s aerospace innovation ecosystem by extending opportunities to local entrepreneurs and startups to share their ideas and intellectual property with NASA (and vice versa). NASA and the Ion’s partnership is one example of Johnson’s Guiding Principles — propelling the spa

New Distribution Center Creates Over 700 Jobs, Speeds Up Replenishment

New Distribution Center Creates Over 700 Jobs, Speeds Up Replenishment The Home Depot opened a new distribution center this week in Locust Grove, Georgia, just outside of Atlanta. So far, the company has hired and trained nearly 550 new associates to staff the new facility, which will support faster replenishment to keep stores throughout the Southeast continuously stocked with the most popular products.

The Do(s) and Don't(s) of Networking

It’s exciting to leave a networking event with a stack of promising business cards and contacts that you collected throughout the night. But if you fail to follow up, you’ve defeated your hard work. Networking can happen anywhere, click the image for some DO(s) and DON’T(s) to maximize your networking efforts at events or even with random encounters turned opportunistic. Originally published on

4 Lessons Learned at the International Music Conference

Attending up-and-coming artist performances are oftentimes aurally exhausting. Attending an artist showcase, where the registrant is seeping with vulnerability with hopes of being the best—makes it even more laborious. As I transcribed the International Music Conference’s Artist Showcase for powered by Patchwerk Studios, I noticed the judges commentary could apply to any musician's performance for an audience. Ergo, I assembled some helpful advice for musicians to improve their live performance directly from the judge panel.

Producer Showcase Recap – International Music Conference

The International Music Conference (IMC) returned to Atlanta for it’s 4th Annual conference congregating prominent industry professionals and aspiring creatives together for four event packed days beginning Wednesday, September 10th. Thursday, September 11th, IMC hosted an exciting and entertaining Producer Showcase at Harlem Nights Ultra Lounge. The showcase allotted an opportunity for up & coming producers to present their material to a judge panel and compete for one-on-one meetings with the