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Brain, gut and immune system honed after common chimpanzee ancestor split

A team of Duke researchers have identified a cluster of human DNA sequences driving changes in brain development, digestion and immunity that appear to have evolved rapidly after our family line split from that of chimpanzees, but before our separation from the Neanderthals. Our brains are bigger and our guts …

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UMaine’s Climate Change Institute celebrates its 50th anniversary – UMaine News

Nun Kun Massif, Ladakh, Indian Himalayas.Photo by Paul Mayewski The University of Maine’s Climate Change Institute celebrates its 50th anniversary in 2023, marking half a century of climate change research and education in Maine, New England and across the planet. In 1973, professor emeritus Harold Borns, whose research focused on …

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Editorial examines the challenges of automated facial expression analysis

Photo submitted Jeffrey Mullins and Patrick Stewart As automated facial expression analysis, or AFEA, becomes increasingly capable of recognizing facial behavior in everyday life, it will become increasingly important to understand what makes the technology fail. incorrectly, as well as to anticipate problems that may …

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Lumen Scholar Amaya Gaines ’23 Advocates for More Inclusive Policymaking

Gaines, a political science and political studies major, and her mentor, Assistant Professor Dillan Bono-Lunn, work to dissect the mechanics of politics through the analysis of intersectionality political processes to make the case for change. a more inclusive and identity-based policy-making process. Students like Amaya Gaines ’23 epitomize undergraduate research …

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In Iran, political dissidents express themselves through rap: NPR

Rapper Toomaj, who was arrested at his home in late October, is just one of the artists using rap as a form of political dissent in Iran. Toomaj/Youtube hide caption toggle caption Toomaj/Youtube Rapper Toomaj, who was arrested at his home in late October, is just one of the artists …

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The “Sophomore Experience” course helps sophomores explore their academic, life, and career goals

University Relations The Pi Beta Phi gate at the north entrance to the U of A campus. The Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences Student Success Team is excited to offer a new class for sophomores at U of A. The course, titled “The Sophomore Experience,” will …

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Teacher and graduate student highlight the importance of Mariachi

A University of Texas Permian Basin professor and graduate student want to show the world what Mariachi means to Hispanic culture and identity. “We actually want to make sure that our students feel proud of who they are,” said Tomas Espinosa, Assistant ESL/Bilingual Education Teacher. Espinosa and Monika Cantu, who …

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Launch of Spectrum: Childcare at SfN; interview tips; Neuropixel Course | Spectrum

Illustration by Laurene Boglio Babysitting: Some describe it as the job that makes all other jobs possible. This is the case of Vaishnavi Shankar, postdoctoral researcher in the laboratory of Eric Klann at New York University and mother of a toddler. On-site child care offered at the upcoming Society …

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Awards Ceremony Recognizes Research Excellence at CU Anschutz

The University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus hosted its second annual Research Awards Ceremony on October 25. More than 125 people gathered to recognize the contributions of their colleagues with cheers and standing ovations. With eight different award categories and more than a dozen individual winners, the event showcased the …

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Chemistry teacher under fire after cultural appropriation accusations – The Washburn Review

Holly O’Neil is being investigated for allegations of cultural appropriation. O’Neil dressed as Michael Jackson at a recent Halloween party hosted by the English Department. (photo by Washburn University) Holly O’Neil, associate professor of chemistry and acting assistant dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, is under fire after …

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Richard Kempson, professor of pathology at Stanford Medicine, dies at 92 | Information Center

“There was something almost magical about the pathology department at Stanford at that time,” pathologist Mahendra Ranchod, MD, then a visiting faculty member, recalled in Dorfman’s obituary. “Ron Dorfman and Dick Kempson have created a great department with very high standards, and together the two, through their actions, have imbued …

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Salk’s Three Collaborative Projects Win 2022 Curebound Discovery Grant

Professor Tony Hunter, Professor Reuben Shaw and Assistant Professor Graham McVicker of the American Cancer Society at the Salk Institute are among the first 12 winners of the 2022 Discovery Grant. The awards, which total $3 million, were launched this year by Curebound, a philanthropic organization dedicated to funding collaborative …

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KU Professor Named to Stanford’s World’s Top Scientists List for 3rd Consecutive Year

Ganderbal, October 16: Shabir Ahmad Parah, a senior assistant professor in the Department of Electronics and Instrumentation Technology at the University of Kashmir, has made Stanford University’s list of the world’s top 2% scientists for the third consecutive year. The database, a work of John Ioannidis, Stanford University, California, USA …

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Director of the UConn Dreaming up Concert Series Wind Ensemble in Red, White and Blue

Janet Song Kim describes their new position as Director of the UConn Wind Ensemble as a dream job, one that leaves room for personal creativity and student instruction, as well as the opportunity for community outreach. The fresh start could explain the momentum behind the four-part concert series, “American Dream,” …

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NCERT Recruitment 2022 for 292 Vacancies: Check Salary Range, Qualification and How to Apply Here NCERT Recruitment 2022: Nominations have been invited for the Professor, Associate Professor and Assistant Professor, Positions within the National Council for Educational Research and Training. It is an umbrella organization for educational research, teacher training …

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Micron facility will bring long-term economic opportunities to CNY, SU professors say

To support student journalism and the content you love, become a member of Daily Orange today. Micron Technology officials announced on Tuesday that the company would invest up to $100 billion in a new semiconductor manufacturing plant in the town of Clay, just north of Syracuse, alongside Governor Kathy Hochul …

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Eco-Friendly Oyster Shell Brick Obtains Certification

An eco-friendly brick made from oyster shells and kiln slag, designed by academics at National Taipei University of Technology, has achieved Cradle to Cradle (C2C) certification for being safe, circular and sustainably manufactured. responsible. The brick was an innovation of Shao Wen-cheng (邵文政), a lecturer at the university’s Innovative Green …

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2022 Hettleman Prizes awarded to four outstanding early career teachers

The annual Phillip and Ruth Hettleman Awards for Artistic and Scholarly Achievement were awarded to four promising faculty members who exemplify groundbreaking and innovative research and promise for future careers. The late Phillip Hettleman, a member of Caroline’s Class of 1921, and his wife Ruth established their prestigious named award …

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Doctors urge more research into little-known STIs linked to infertility in men and women

Doctors are urging more research into a little-known sexually transmitted infection that may be more common than believed. Scientists have known for decades about Mycoplasma genitalium, or M. genitalium or M. gen., a sexually transmitted infection that can cause genital pain, bleeding, and swelling, and has been linked to infertility …

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AI Summit brings together an exciting range of ongoing research

Applications developed at RIT using artificial intelligence range from sophisticated medical monitoring devices to the development of autonomous systems for Indy race cars. These represent some of the exciting and complex work being done at the university that will be highlighted at the [email protected] Summit: Discovering and Harnessing the Breadth …

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McAllister Fellows Invite Communities to Think and Act on Climate – The NAU Review

Even as she watched the smoke from the Pipeline Fire from her studio window this summer, the artist and assistant art professor Debra Edgerton thought of water. What will happen with the monsoons, she thought in June as she watched helicopters ferry water from a reservoir near her home to …

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Texas Tech Project to Combat Misinformation in Hispanic Communities

LUBBOCK, Texas (KCBD) — Three Texas Tech faculty members are trying to combat misinformation and disinformation among the Hispanic population. They try to understand why the Hispanic community lacks so many information resources compared to other communities. Lucinda Holt is an assistant professor of practice at Texas Tech’s College of …

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Matthew Graham receives the 2022 EE Schattschneider Award –

The EE Schattschneider Prize is awarded annually by the American Political Science Association (APSA) to honor the best doctoral dissertation in the field of U.S. government. Matt Graham lives in Philadelphia with his wife and child. This fall, he will start as an assistant professor of political science at Temple …

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Chinese youth reject the culture of agitation; coping with unemployment, economic uncertainty

Crystal Guo says she usually works for about six months to a year before quitting. It’s what the 30-year-old describes as her new “intermittent, lay-flat work” lifestyle. Young people in China are growing increasingly disillusioned and frustrated with work and life, and some are now turning their backs on a …

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New professors join Paul Smith’s College | News, Sports, Jobs

New cohort of some of the most diverse faculty and instructors in college history. (Photo provided) PAUL SMITHS — Paul Smith’s College recently hired 12 professors and instructors. The incoming faculty and instructors are among the most diverse in the college’s history, with eight of 12 …

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AI Assessment for Medical Imaging: A Key Requirement for Clinical Application – The Source

Artificial intelligence (AI) is very promising in medical imaging. Translating this promise into reality requires rigorous evaluation of these algorithms. Wahl To develop guidelines for evaluating AI in nuclear medicine imaging, Richard L. Wahl, MD, director of the Mallinckrodt Institute of Radiology (MIR) at …

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Richard Borow, LA lawyer who fought for Angela Davis’ right to teach at UCLA, dies

Richard Borow, a Los Angeles lawyer who defended Angela Davis after the UC board fired the outspoken UCLA assistant professor because she was a Communist Party member in what is who became one of California’s great fights for academic freedom, died at age 87. Borow, who died Sept. 3, spent …

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The Institute for Firearm Injury Prevention welcomes its first cohort

In an effort to expand the national firearm injury prevention research pipeline, the University of Michigan welcomed its inaugural cohort of six new faculty members to the Institute for Firearm Injury Prevention to advance knowledge and identify solutions to the ongoing national epidemic. Launched as a presidential initiative in 2019 …

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Apply for Assistant Professor Vacancies at Goreswar College

Applications are invited for various teaching positions at Goreswar College Assam. Goreswar College Assam is inviting applications from eligible candidates for the positions of Assistant Professors in English and Economics. Job name : Assistant professor Number of positions : 2 Jobs by subject: Also Read: Assam Career: Applying for a …

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Ian McGregor | Secondary education | College of Education and Human Development

Summary Ian McGregor, Ph.D. is an assistant professor at the University of Nevada, Reno. Her scholarship and teaching focus on preparing teachers in social studies, human rights education, and civics/citizenship with an emphasis on teaching difficult history. Her current research explores how teachers and students conceptualize citizenship in human rights …

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Professor and Outreach Leader Named Dal Science’s First Associate Dean of Equity and Inclusion – Dal News

Dr. Kevin Hewitt, a professor in the Department of Physics and Atmospheric Sciences and former Senate Chair at Dalhousie, has been appointed Associate Dean, Equity and Inclusion, in the Faculty of Science. The new position has been created to lead the development and implementation of an equity, diversity, inclusion and …

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Kaiser Permanente Medical School associate professor sues for discrimination

LOS ANGELES, August 30, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — About monday august 22dr. Derrick Morton filed a lawsuit in Los Angeles against the Kaiser Permanente School of Medicine (KPSOM) for creating a hostile work environment for the medical school’s black doctors, professors, staff and students and for abandoning its stated values ​​of …

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BMCRI professors challenge direct recruitment at former Bowring Hospital

Four assistant professors from the Bangalore Medical College and Research Institute (BMCRI) have approached the Karnataka High Court to challenge the direct recruitment of professors to the Atal Bihari Vajpayee Medical College and Research Institute (ABVMCRI). During the hearing of the case on Thursday, the court asked the ABVMCRI not …

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Aspiring assistant professors report problems in the recruitment process

The aspirants for the post of assistant professor have written a letter to CN Higher Education Minister Ashwatha Narayan to complain about the problems with the results of the recruitment examinations, conducted by the Karnataka Examination Authority (KEA) in 2021. In a letter to the minister, CH Suresh, a law …

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Strengthening the blood-CNS barrier could lead to a new approach to treating multiple sclerosis

Media Contacts Julie Kiefer Associate Director, Scientific Communications, University of Utah HealthE-mail: [email protected]: 801-587-1293 August 23, 2022 10:00 a.m. A new discovery by scientists at the University of Utah Health may eventually lead to an alternative treatment strategy for multiple sclerosis based on stabilizing the blood-CNS barrier. Photo credit: Getty …

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Apply for Vacancies for Assistant Professor and Library Lecturer at Sadiya College

Applications are invited for various teaching and non-teaching positions at Sadiya College Assam. Sadiya College Assam is inviting applications from eligible candidates for the positions of Assistant Professor and Full Library Staff. Job name: Assistant Professor Number of positions: 2 Jobs by subject: Read also: Assam Career: Majuli College Recruitment …

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identify the target of immune attacks on liver cells in metabolic disorders | Writing

When fat builds up in the liver, the immune system can attack the organ. A new study from Weill Cornell Medicine researchers identifies the molecule that triggers these defenses, a finding that helps explain the underlying dynamics of liver damage that can accompany type 2 diabetes and obesity. In a …

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PCORI’s $13 Million Funding Aims to Support Study of Fracture Prevention Strategies for Osteoporosis

University of Maryland School of Medicine (UMSOM) faculty from the Department of Epidemiology and Public Health and the Department of Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Sciences are co-recipients of $13 million in funding from the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) to compare interventions used to improve mobility and prevent future fractures …

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Synthetic gene circuits could help plants adapt to climate change

Increasingly, global food production is threatened by the effects of climate change. As floods, droughts and extreme heat waves become more frequent, crops need to be able to adapt faster than ever. Stanford University researchers are working on ways to manipulate biological processes in plants to help them grow more …

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Artificial intelligence tools predict regulatory role and 3D structure of DNA : Newsroom

Jian Zhou, Ph.D. DALLAS – August 08, 2022 – Newly developed aAccording to two recent studies in Natural genetics. These tools could eventually shed new light on how genetic mutations lead to disease and could lead to a new understanding of how genetic sequence influences the spatial organization and function …

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Sindh CM orders investigation into illegal SALU appointments – Latest News – The Nation

SUKKUR – Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah has learned of a complaint against illegal appointments of non-doctoral teaching faculties from BPS-19 to 21 at Shah Abdul ALtif University, Khairpur, a violation university law outright, while the CM also directed the Secretary of Universities and Boards to investigate …

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Cognitive rehabilitation can help older people clear up Covid-related brain fog

Eight months after falling ill with covid-19, the 73-year-old woman could not remember what her husband had told her hours before. She would forget to remove the laundry from the dryer at the end of the cycle. She turned on the faucet of a sink and walked away. Before covid, …

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Scientists identify key mechanism controlling skin regeneration

It’s sunburn season. Many of us have experienced the pain and flaking caused by time spent in the sun without protection, but we cannot focus on a remarkable and vital part of the process: the regeneration of the skin when damaged tissue is replaced by new. Even without sunburn, the …

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President’s response to attacks on abortion provider widens rift with faculty

The rollback of abortion rights promises to bring more conflict to campuses as administrators who pledge to support students and staff clash with local laws that restrict access to reproductive health care. Such a scenario is playing out at Indiana University. This episode started with horrible news. An Indiana doctor …

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Students Partner with Wake Forest Faculty to Gain Summer Lab Experience | Education

Maria Gonzalez Garcia, a student at North Forsyth High School, had never heard the word “stickiness” until this summer. Trea Grier (from left), a senior at Carter High School, talks to Saami Yazdani, an associate professor in the department of engineering at Wake Forest University, and Jaime Cardenas, a doctoral …

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IUB-AAUP deplores Rokita’s attacks on IU Professor Caitlin Bernard; Calls on administration to defend Dr Bernard – The Bloomingtonian

The following press release was sent to the Bloomingtonian this week: « July 26, 2022 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE On Monday, the IU Bloomington chapter of the American Association of University Teachers (AAUP) passed a resolution deploring Indiana Attorney General Todd Rokita’s attacks on Dr. Indiana University. The AAUP Chapter is …

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Margaret and Giulio Pontecorvo – The Martha’s Vineyard Times

Giulio Pontecorvo, an economics professor who taught at Columbia University for four decades and served as an advisor to U.S. and foreign governments, including the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, the U.S. Department of commerce, the law of the sea Institute and the U.S. Department of State, …

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AUB honors Professor Samir Tabet with the University Medal — Naharnet

by Naharnet Press Office July 25, 2022, 1:24 p.m. The American University of Beirut’s highest honour, the Academic Medal, was awarded to Professor Samir Tabet in recognition of his extraordinary contributions and achievements, the AUB said in a statement on Monday. The statement said Tabet, AUB Vice President Emeritus, Acting …

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Siena professor conducts multi-year wildlife and urban landscape research – The Daily Gazette

A professor from Siena College traveled to the forest this month to begin leading a three-year research project on the effects of housing development on forest and wildlife ecology. The study was made possible by a $184,511 grant from the Northeastern States Research Cooperative that was awarded to Siena Assistant …

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GIKI 5 professors promoted

SWABI: Five faculty members from the Ghulam Ishaq Khan Institute of Engineering Science and Technology were promoted here on Thursday. A ceremony was held attended by Prof. Dr. Fazal Ahmad Khalid, Rector of the GIK Institute, Prof. Dr. Wasim A. Khan, Academic Pro-Rector, Sardar Aminullah Khan, Administrative and Financial Pro-Rector …

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Courts, not amendments, best path for constitutional reform

In the wake of recent controversial Supreme Court rulings on abortion, firearms and environmental regulation, expect members of Congress to propose constitutional amendments aimed at reversing or extending the rulings, says an expert from the Cornell government. Don’t expect lawmakers to work very hard to win passage. Since the mid-20th …

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Colleague defends doctor who treated 10-year-old rape victim

An Indiana OB-GYN has spoken publicly about the treatment of a 10-year-old rape victim from Ohio. Dr. Caitlin Bernard has been attacked by media organizations and politicians who have said her story is false. Colleagues have come to his defense but fear they will suffer the same fate if they …

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10 scientists elected leaders of the ASBMB

Members of the American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology elected several new officers. Three members of the Board of Directors were re-elected. There is a new secretary. And the nominations committee and the publications committee have new members. Advice The ASBMB Board serves as an advisory board to the …

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JKPSC recruitment 2022: 130 assistant professors and lecturers notified

The Jammu and Kashmir Public Service Commission (JKPSC) has notified vacancies for various Assistant Professor and Lecturer positions in Super Specialty Hospitals of Jammu/Kashmir, Government Medical Colleges in various cities. The application process will start on July 13 and the deadline for submitting the application form is August 8. Interested …

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Michigan State University Receives $590,000 Grant for Tar Spot Resistance Research – AgFax

Tar stain on corn leaf. Photo: University of Illinois A team of scientists from Michigan State University has received more than $590,000 from the National Institute of Food and Agriculture of the United States Department of Agriculture to study resistance to tar spot, a devastating disease of corn. The project …

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Two-step approach with sequencing of 20,000 genes improves prediction of who benefits from immune checkpoint inhibitors

Immunotherapies, such as immune checkpoint inhibitors, have transformed the treatment of advanced cancers. Unlike chemotherapy, which kills cancer cells, these drugs help the body’s immune system find and destroy cancer cells on their own. Unfortunately, only a subset of patients respond long-term to immune checkpoint inhibitors — and these treatments …

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Ousted UConn professor wins 11-year whistleblower case

Luke Weinstein was an assistant professor-in-residence at the UConn School of Business, battling the Dean, when he and I first spoke more than a decade ago. Shortly before that, in the summer of 2010, Weinstein was relieved of his duties as head of the UConn Innovation Accelerator, a program that …

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The new College appoints 3 new leaders

July 5, 2022 Arizona State University New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences is led by a diverse team of renowned faculty who work across disciplinary boundaries to produce innovative research. New College has appointed a new Associate Dean and two new Directors to help shape the future of the …

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Jordan College Receives Grants for Research and Training |

FRESNO STATE – The Jordan College of Agricultural Science and Technology at Fresno State received two of nine grants awarded nationally by the United States Department of Agriculture, National Institute of Food and Agriculture to expand efforts to educate students and conduct agricultural research and other activities. The college received …

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Birds warned of food shortages by neighboring birds change physiology and behavior to prepare

CORVALLIS, Ore. — Songbirds that learn from nearby birds that food supplies might be running out respond by changing their physiology as well as their behavior, according to a study from the Oregon State University College of Science. After receiving social information from neighbors with dietary restrictions for three days, …

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Mills faculty and staff look forward to experiential learning

OAKLAND, Calif.—Before Hellen Walter graduated from high school in her native England, she was accepted to some of the most prestigious colleges in the United Kingdom. But she chose to enroll at Coventry University. Why? Because it required undergraduates to spend a full year working in the industry of their …

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Stanford engineers’ optical concentrator could

image: Nina Vaidya measuring the experimental performance of optical concentrators under a solar simulator which acts as an artificial sun. see After Credit: Courtesy of Nina Vaidya Even with the impressive and continuing advances in solar technologies, the question remains: how can we efficiently harvest sunlight energy from varying angles …

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Century-old laws could determine where abortion is legal

Abortion has become or will soon become illegal in more than a dozen states whose legislatures had passed so-called trigger laws, authorizing bans shortly after the Supreme Court’s decision overturning Roe v. Wade Friday. But the right to abortion is also under threat in other states due to old bans …

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A gas tax holiday would be nothing to celebrate

Placeholder while loading article actions A worrying sign of the White House’s bewilderment, President Joe Biden is asking Congress and state governments to agree to a three-month gas tax suspension. Gas tax holidays are generally a poor tool to fight rising prices, but they would be particularly damaging right now. …

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Ageism is everywhere and can affect physical and mental health

Almost all older people have experienced some form of ageism in their day-to-day lives, according to a new study. Photo by Sabine van Erp/Pixabay In a cancel culture where there is zero tolerance for prejudice, at least one form of discrimination seems to be alive and well. Ageism involves prejudice …

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Bumpers College professor named assistant director of agricultural experiment station

U of A System Division of Ag photo by Fred Miller Mary Savin, professor of microbial ecology and soil biology, was recently named assistant director of the Arkansas Agricultural Experiment Station. As Deputy Director of the Arkansas Agricultural Experiment Station, Mary Savin will expand collaborative efforts that …

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Health policy researchers examine the outcomes of carefully tailored care management

To what extent can carefully targeted managed care programs for Medicare beneficiaries reduce costs for those awarded to Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs)? A new study showed significant results, but only with the most acute patients. These are the results of a study published in the June issue of Journal of …

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Dr. Elli Papaemmanuil explains the new prognosis and molecular classification system for MDS

The Molecular International Prognosis Scoring System is a new risk estimation tool for myelodysplastic syndromes (MDS) that assesses both cytogenetics and genetic mutations to enable molecular baseline stratification for 100% of patients with MDS, a said Elli Papaemmanuil, PhD, assistant professor of computational oncology, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. Papaemmanuil …

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Mathematicians connect students to careers in climate-smart agriculture – News Center

Friday June 10, 2022 • Linsey Retcofsky: Contact From left to right, Keaton Hamm, Dengdeng Yu, Jaime Cantu and Jianzhong Su. A team of mathematicians from the University of Texas at Arlington is leading a new national initiative to create pathways for students to pursue careers in agricultural fields. The …

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Elon University / Today at Elon / Kenn Gaither named acting dean of School of Communications

Professor of Strategic Communications and AJ Fletcher Professor of Communications succeeds Dean Rochelle Ford, who was recently chosen as the eighth president of Dillard University in New Orleans. Dean Rochelle Ford (left) and Kenn Gaither, Professor of Strategic Communications and AJ Fletcher Professor of Communications, discuss Gaither’s recent appointment as …

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Has the border policy changed from April 2020 to April 2022?

Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich: The increase in encounters at the southwestern border in April 2022 compared to April 2020 is attributable to border policy changes. PolitiFact’s decision: Generally false Here’s why: A group of state attorneys general has sued the Biden administration for its intention to reverse a public …

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Your height could be a disease risk factor | Health info

By Steven Reinberg Health Day Reporter (Health Day) FRIDAY, June 3, 2022 (HealthDay News) — If you’re taller than average, your genes may affect your risk of various diseases, according to a new study. These include a higher risk of heart rhythm disorder, atrial fibrillation, and varicose veins, but a …

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Major USask Awards Recognize Researchers for Meaningful Contributions – News

Dr. Ajay Dalai: Bioenergy for Sustainable Societies Dr. Ajay Dalai (PhD), Distinguished Professor at the College of Engineering, is the longest-serving Canada Research Chair at USask. (Photo: Submitted) “I really appreciate receiving the top award from the university, which recognizes research as a top priority,” said Dalai, Distinguished Professor of …

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Professor Hanington’s Science Talk: Zircons Indicate Earth’s Age | Lifestyles

GARY HANINGTON Our astronomy textbook listed the age of the Earth as 4.54 billion years and everyone accepted that as fact. To generate the elements with an atomic mass greater than iron, our Physics 100 textbook suggested that there were at least two star systems prior to our current location, …

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A shortage of formula has some wondering if men can breastfeed. Experts say yes – but it’s not easy

As America’s baby formula shortage continues to inspire scam artists and politicians, parents are desperate for solutions. Sometimes they get so creative that it worries the medical establishment; take how doctors had to warn parents about dangerous approaches like making their own formula. Yet, in the midst of it all, …

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New “NWA Film Cycle” Initiative Gives Students Professional Filmmaking Experience

Photo submitted Behind the scenes of the NWA Film Cycle production of the short film “Angle of Attack”. A multidisciplinary team of U of A faculty and students recently completed production of their first short film as part of the NWA Film Cycle, an innovative new program …

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UMFK Hires New Assistant Professor of Computer Science

Kelly Dr. White (Courtesy of UMFK) Dr. White (Courtesy of UMFK) Contributed • May 23, 2022 The University of Maine at Fort Kent is pleased to welcome Dr. Kelly White as Assistant Professor of Computer Science. FORT KENT, Maine – The University of Maine at Fort Kent is pleased to …

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Early 2022: a celebration of several milestones

Hartwick College’s 2022 debut exercises marked a number of significant events in its 225 years the story. Today’s ceremony honors the graduates of the College’s first Master’s program. It served as the last Hartwick College Commencement under President Margaret L. Drugovitch P’12, who is retiring after 14 years at the …

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College of Engineering assistant professor embarks on a leadership journey

University Relations Eric Specking Eric Specking, assistant dean of enrollment and retention at the College of Engineering, has been selected to attend the INCOSE Technical Leadership Institute. Specking earned a BS in Computer Engineering, a Masters in Industrial Engineering, and a Ph.D. in Engineering from the U …

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Reviews of Walter S. Felton Jr.

by Provost Peggy Agouris | May 17, 2022 Provost Peggy Agouris sent the following message to the campus community on May 13, 2022. – Ed. Dear colleagues, I am writing to share the news that the Honorable Walter S. Felton Jr., former professor and assistant professor at William & Mary …

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A Purdue professor discusses the lasting impacts of bullying – WISH-TV | Indianapolis News | Indiana Weather forecast

by: Dr. Mary Gillis, D.Ed. Post : May 16, 2022 / 6:41 a.m. EST / Update: May 16, 2022 / 6:41 a.m. EST INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — One in five students ages 12 to 18 in the United States experience bullying, according to the National Center for Education Statistics. News 8 …

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Scholarships Create Bold Pathways for Future UTSA Graduates | UTSA today | UTSA

Farah Hamed, a senior finance major, was able to attend Carlos Alvarez College of Business at UTSA with support from the HEB Endowed Scholarship. The award gave her time to take on several roles in UTSA student organizations that enriched her educational experience. She is both president of the Business …

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News | About the College | College of Arts and Sciences

Written by Karen L. Bystrom John C. Bean, PhD, Emeritus Professor of English, and June Johnson, Associate Professor of English, recently provided a two-month series of Zoom consultations to a team of five professors at Westminster International University in Tashkent (WIUT), in Uzbekistan. The team’s goal was to create a …

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Zwelling is remembered for teaching Jewish studies at Wesleyan for 43 years

Jeremy Zwelling Jeremy Zwelling, Associate Professor of Religion, Emeritus, died on May 8 at the age of 81. Zwelling holds bachelor’s degrees from Columbia University and the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, as well as master’s and doctoral degrees from Brandeis University. He came to Wesleyan in 1967, where he …

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Maryland today | Three professors appointed to the National Academy of…

The National Academy of Sciences has elected three University of Maryland Distinguished Academic Professors into its 2022 class of 120 and 30 international members in recognition of their outstanding and continued achievement in original research. Katharine Abraham from the Department of Economics and the Joint Survey Methodology Program, Edward Ott …

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Industry Leader Named Director of Real Estate Development Program – UB Now: News and Views for UB Faculty and Staff

The School of Architecture and Urban Planning has appointed Matthew Roland, an urban planner and real estate development professional with over 20 years of industry experience, as Program Director for its Masters in Real Estate Development program. As Assistant Dean and Clinical Assistant Professor of Real Estate Development, Roland will …

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Four Yale researchers honored at the 2022 Association for Clinical and Translational Science Awards

The collaboration that advanced the discovery of ketamine as a treatment for depression was among four Yale Prize winners at the Association for Clinical and Translational Science (ACTS) annual meeting held in Chicago from 20 to April 22. Gerald Sanacora, MD, PhD, George D. and Esther S. Gross Professor of …

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Professor offers weekend law enforcement academy – McCagora

This summer, young adults have the opportunity to experience the police academy. Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice Dan Wood is offering a three-day police academy this summer. (File photo). Assistant Criminal Justice Professor Dan Wood and State Trooper Don Stewart offer the Monroe County Law Enforcement Youth Academy through the …

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Lecturer/Assistant/Associate Professor/Senior Associate Professor, Entrepreneurship/Enterprise Hub job with XIAN JIAOTONG LIVERPOOL UNIVERSITY (XJTLU)

SCHOOL/Department: Entrepreneurship and Business Unit (EEH) ACADEMIC DISCIPLINE: Innovation Management; entrepreneurship; Technology management and strategic management. Experience in developing programs related to innovation and entrepreneurship would be an advantage. POSITION TITLE : Lecturer/Assistant Professor/Associate Professor/Senior Associate Professor according to qualifications and experience CAMPUS: Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool University [XJTLU]Taicang Campus Annual base …

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The ethics of “boosting” for the vaccine hesitant raises many questions

While Ohio State University reports a full or partial COVID-19 vaccination rate of 93.3%, Ohio State’s rate is much lower: about 60% of state residents report having received their first vaccine and only 57% have completed the full series of vaccines. Public health officials are still grappling with the hesitation …

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McPherson College Theater Presents ‘Laramie Projects’

Students in McPherson College’s program programs will work together to present the next campus theater production, “The Laramie Project(s)”, April 28-30 at 7:30 p.m. at the Mingenback Theater at McPherson College. “The Laramie Project(s)”, by Moises Kauffman and the Tectonic Theater Project, are two plays offered together – “The Laramie …

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How to help teens struggling with mental health issues

Answers to common questions about identifying and compassionately treating adolescent anxiety and depression issues. PictureCredit…Annie Flanagan for The New York Times Posted April 23, 2022Update April 23, 2022 Health risks in adolescence are experiencing a major shift. Three decades ago, the greatest threats to adolescent health were excessive alcohol consumption, …

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Learn about the latest research from Virginia Tech faculty and students at ICAT Creativity + Innovation Day | VTX

Learn about the latest innovations created by Virginia Tech faculty and students at ICAT Creativity + Innovation Day. Presented by the Institute for Creativity, Arts and Technology (ICAT), the event features immersive experiences, demonstrations, interactive expo-style exhibits and a panel discussion on Monday, May 2. Free and open to the …

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Black and older patients are more likely to receive unnecessary antibiotics

April 20, 2022 — Black and older patients are more likely to be prescribed too many antibiotics, new study of 7 billion visits to health care centers finds — findings that doctors say warrant scrutiny more in-depth analysis of unequal prescribing practices. Researchers at the University of Texas Health Sciences …

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Twitter thwarts Elon Musk’s takeover with a poison pill

Poison pills have been around for decades. Attorney Martin Lipton, founding partner of Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz, invented the maneuver, also known as a shareholder rights plan, in 1982. It was a way to strengthen a company’s defenses against corporate takeovers. unwanted control by so-called corporate raiders. like Carl …

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