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MICHAEL WARAKSA
April 12, 2017

Michael Waraksa’s personal piece, "Phylogenetic," was chosen for inclusion in the American Illustration 36 online database. (more)

April 10, 2017

Michael Waraksa’s latest illustration for The New York Times Applied Science column refers to the “Oops” phenomenon, which involves coincidental iPhone fatalities when a desirable new model is coming out. (more)

April 4, 2017

Michael Waraksa’s illustration for 5280, Denver's Mile High Magazine, accompanied an article describing classes that will make sure you're prepared for emergencies in the backcountry.  (more)

March 14, 2017

Michael Waraksa’s illustration for The Wall Street Journal accompanied an article on how to build a great work team. Tolerance for their teammates’ perspectives and diversity in personalities are key elements.               (more)

March 3, 2017

Michael Waraksa’s illustration for Security Management Magazine accompanied an article on America’s national defense, which includes nearly 2,000 electric, water, wastewater, and natural gas systems that help the U.S. Department of Defense accomplish its mission.  (more)

November 30, 2016

Michael Waraksa’s illustration for Security Management Magazine accompanied an article on the rising incidence of bomb threats, according to recent research and media reports. In the first half of the 2015–2016 school year, 745 bomb threats were made against schools in the US, an increase of 143 percent compared to that same time period in 2012–2013.  (more)

November 1, 2016

Michael Waraksa’s illustration for The New York Times accompanied an article about leadership styles in the workplace.  (more)

October 10, 2016

Michael Waraksa’s illustration for the New York Times “Applied Science” column accompanied an article on conflict in the workplace, much of which can be resolved with a bit of empathy all around. (more)

July 22, 2016

Michael Waraksa’s illustration for the July PLANSPONSOR Magazine Q&A section is all about calculating the 15 year "catch up" election in 403(b) retirement plans. Until such point that we can get rid of this provision, how can we maximize our chances that the calculations will be performed correctly? (more)

July 18, 2016

Michael Waraksa’s illustration for The New York Times ran with the Applied Science column which observed that paying with cash is more painful than using a credit card. Because of the sting when parting with cash, people assign more value to their purchase.  (more)

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