Monthly Archives: November 2021

Some “scars” but the economy will rebound

Photo / Getty Images. Many small businesses will need a Christmas boost, according to ASB. New Zealand’s economy will lose a year of growth – and the recovery after the latest Covid lockdown will be more gradual, according to ASB chief economist Nick Tuffley. Speaking during the ASB Backing Business …

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Thirty-two women in STEM honored at UW’s Own It! Price | New

November 29, 2021 Thirty-two women were recognized at the sixth annual edition of Own It! from the University of Wyoming. Prize-giving ceremony on November 15. The people pictured in the back row, from left to right, are Erica Belmont, Courtney Rainbolt, Deanna Lind, Makayla Loveland, Annie Bergman, Shawna McBride, Kristin …

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Virgil Abloh, the creative genius whose vision of fashion has transcended borders and crossed art, has died at 41

The great master of art, fashion and design, Virgil Abloh, has died at the age of 41. The founder of Off-White and head of menswear at Louis Vuitton died on November 28 after a low-key battle with a rare form of cancer. A leader in many fields, Alboh has been …

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UMich study reveals vulnerability of mental health in COVID-19 patients

Regardless of mental health history, pre-existing medical conditions, and severity of illness, people hospitalized with COVID-19 had higher levels of PTSD, anxiety, and loneliness compared to those hospitalized for unrelated illnesses to COVID at the time of release, a recent report published by researchers at the University of Michigan concluded. …

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“India can become a 10 trillion dollar economy”

Hyderabad: Improving infrastructure is essential for India to be competitive in attracting investment, observed Nilesh Shah, Founder and CEO of Envision Capital. Speaking at a webinar on “Investing in India: New Investment Opportunities and Game Changes” hosted by the ICFAI Foundation for Higher Education, Deemed-to-be University, Nilesh described the enormous …

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Sean Kirst: Grizzled college students say orphan turned teacher, 86, defines Thanksgiving | Local News

“He never told them,” said Kristin Lemay, one of Janan’s four daughters and a co-conspirator in setting up the surprise. Instead, he always focused on his students. He recalled how the very idea of ​​his work consisted of providing a work-study rhythm, alternating on-the-job experience and classroom teaching, in the …

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Obituary Dean Franz (1960 – 2021) – Marysville, WA

Dean Rocky Franz, 61, of Lake Stevens, Washington died on November 14, 2021.He was born in Rapid City, South Dakota, on Monday April 4, 1960. Dean graduated from Cedar Lake Academy and received a Bachelor of Science in Engineering from Walla Walla University. On Sunday December 16, 1984, Dean married …

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Some Workspace users are unable to sign in to Google Scholar profiles

Google Workspace is Google’s suite of office, professional, and educational services. However, some users have experienced connection issues. It seems that some Google Workspace users are unable to sign in to their Google Scholar profile. When trying to do so, they just get an error message. Google Workspace users cannot …

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Allen Meulen obituary (2021) – Concord, MA

Allen Vander Meulen, Jr., 89, passed away peacefully at The Commons in Lincoln, MA on November 22, 2021. Born in Chicago, Illinois on June 23, 1932, he was the eldest child of Allen (Sr) and Alice (Connor) Vander Meulen of Chicago. The grandson of Irish and Dutch immigrants, Allen grew …

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Bihar: the most improved large state in terms of economy, education and inclusive development – States News

Bihar kept the focus on social development intact while pursuing its economic goals A large bazaar market in Patna; Photo by Santosh Kumar / Getty Images It is not very common for a state traditionally known to be economically backward to appear at the top of three categories. Considered to …

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Lynn Lang obituary (1942 – 2021) – Washington, DC

Lynn z lang November 18, 2021 Washington, DC – Lynn Z. Lang, longtime Washington, DC area resident and much-loved educator and naturalist loved for her generous enthusiasms, passed away in Chapel Hill, North Carolina on November 18, 2021, in the occasion of his 79th birthday. . The cause of death …

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Loughborough University joins the Smart Construction Network

Loughborough School of Architecture, Construction and Civil Engineering became the latest member of the Smart Construction Network (SCN). The SCN is made up of academic institutions, R&D organizations, industrial centers and commercial organizations, and aspires to be the channel through which expert knowledge, innovative ideas and best practices can be …

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Shah selected for CRT Young Leadership Recognition Award

Samit Shah MD, PhD, Assistant Professor at Yale School of Medicine, has been nominated for the 2022 Young Leadership Recognition Program in Cardiovascular Research Technologies (CRT). The recipients are selected by the scientific committee of the CRT. The CRT program elevates clinical and academic excellence in interventional cardiology and endovascular …

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The child care crisis is a wage crisis

At the age of 9, Tasha Jackson was taking care of her younger siblings. Tasha quickly realized that she was good at it, and that she loved it. It was no surprise that Tasha grew up to be an early educator. She interned at the Ellis Early Learning Center and …

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Clarkson and other colleges partner with Schenectady School District to provide seamless path for students to become a teacher at Sch’dy

The program aims to diversify the teaching staff From left to right: Dr Steady Moono, SUNY Schenectady County Community College, Dr Catherine Snyder, Clarkson University, Carla DeShaw, Cazenovia College, Anibal Soler Jr., Schenectady City School District. The leaders of the Schenectady City School District, SUNY Schenectady, Cazenovia College and Clarkson …

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SSC JE Paper II 2019 Results Announced, 2,890 Candidates Qualify for Document Verification Cycle

The Personnel Selection Commission (SSC) declared the results of the junior engineer examination (civil, mechanical, electrical and quantity survey and contracts), 2019. In total, 2890 candidates were selected to sit for the verification of documents. Applicants can view the result notice on -ssc.nic.in “The scores of qualified / unqualified applicants …

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Researchers recover ancient mammoth tusk during deep sea expedition

The dark depths of the ocean hold many secrets. During an expedition aboard the R / V Western Flyer in 2019, ROV pilot Randy Prickett and scientist Steven Haddock made a particular observation. While exploring a seamount 300 kilometers (185 miles) off California and 3,070 meters (10,000 feet) deep, the …

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Analysis: swollen Texan treasure leaves 2022 hopes room for big ideas

Editor’s Note: If you’d like to receive an email notification whenever we publish Ross Ramsey’s column, click here. If you’d like to listen to the column, just click the play button below. According to the state comptroller, Texas is heading into an election year with projections that more than $ …

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Photojournalist, teacher talks at photo club

Nancy Hulsey’s ‘A Touch of Snow’ won first place at the November photo club reunion. The Carson Valley Photo Club November meeting was held via Zoom with the participation of 18 members. Award-winning photojournalist and professor at Syracuse University John Berry, who worked for a local Syracuse newspaper for 33 …

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What the re-emergence of AR and VR technologies means for businesses

For a while, it seemed like the hype around augmented and virtual reality in business was fading. Then COVID-19 closed workplaces around the world. This forced executives to assess which technologies could improve old processes and keep people connected into the next normal. Using tools that mimic real experiences, such …

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MSU changes teacher preparation curriculum for elementary school

LANSING, Michigan (WLNS) – For years schools across the country have faced a teacher shortage and the pandemic has only made matters worse. But at Michigan State University, they’re redesigning their curriculum to help prepare students for classroom life. Tonya Bartell, associate professor and associate director of elementary programs at …

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Yglesias: American universities running out of customers

Matthew Yglesias is a columnist for Bloomberg Opinion. Photo The University of Austin, a new academic institution created by a group of donors and intellectuals unhappy with the increasingly left-leaning of English-speaking academia, was unveiled last week. Many professors at existing universities, including several who are not particularly leftist, were …

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Virus researchers, integration leader among NC Award winners

RALEIGH, North Carolina COVID-19 treatment developers, a champion of integration in public schools, a folk musician and writers are among the last nine recipients of North Carolina’s highest civilian honor. Governor Roy Cooper hosted the official presentation of the North Carolina Awards for 2020 and 2021 Thursday night at an …

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Clackamas Community College: Wade Hathhorn appointed to CCC Board of Directors

18 November 2021, 08:48 OREGON CITY – Wade Hathhorn, from Oak Grove, has joined the education council at Clackamas Community College. He was sworn in at the regular Board of Education meeting on November 17. He occupies the post left vacant by the resignation of Dave Hunt, representing the Gladstone …

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Hagstrom and Holyfield recently awarded by the state association

Submitted photo From left to right, Christine Holyfield and Fran Hagstrom In October, the Communication Sciences and Disorders program saw two faculty members recognized for their contributions to the field of speech therapy at the Arkansas Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ArkSHA) conference. ArkSHA connects audiologists, speech-language pathologists and future professionals through advocacy, …

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It’s time for South Korea to drop the nickname ‘middle power’

It’s time to quit. Please stop writing about South Korea as a middle power. For an author who was one of the first defenders of South Korea to fulfill its role as a middle power in international society, and over the years has written several articles and editorials encouraging it …

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A new university town would bring billions to the local economy

University of Limerick Campus Photo: True Media by Tom McCullough [email protected] The designation of a 260-acre site bordering the University of Limerick campus as a strategic development area would pave the way for a project worth more than € 1.5 billion per year for the local economy . This is …

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National University Teacher Award Announces Top Inspirational Teachers Across The Country

Five regional winners recognized in Zoom’s surprise announcement; receive awards of $ 10,000, a full scholarship for the Masters in SEL at NU and are eligible for a national award of $ 50,000. SAN DIEGO — November 17, 2021—In recognition of inspiring teaching nationwide, the National University Teacher Award identified …

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How to assess COVID-19 information online: fact, fiction, or something in between

There are so many studies on COVID-19 and vaccinations for people to read and react to. How do we know / decide which study is accurate and useful for patients and which studies are not when it comes to COVID-19? “There is more information on the Internet than anyone can …

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ORITE meets infrastructure needs through thermoplastic research

Posted: November 17, 2021 Author: Staff reports Ohio University’s Ohio Research Institute for Transportation and the Environment (ORITE) recently collaborated with the National Cooperative Highway Research Program (NCHRP) on a study that evaluated the performance of pipes created from recycled plastic. ORITE conducted a year-long experiment in which the pipes …

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CEHHS Team Partners with Community Members to Launch Omaha Urban Thinkscape Project | College of Education, Health and Humanities

A team from the College of Education, Health, and Humanities (CEHHS) recently partnered with community members to launch the Omaha Urban Thinkscape project. Omaha Urban Thinkscapes will transform two public spaces in Omaha neighborhoods into learning opportunities through scientifically and artistically designed play installations. The Omaha Urban Thinkscape Project received …

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Four WSU professors recognized on 2021 Most Cited Scholars list – WSU Insider

The 2021 list recognizing the world’s top 1% of researchers includes four professors from Washington State University. Business professor Dogan Gursoy joins Clarivate’s list of highly-cited researchers for the first time this year, appearing alongside veteran members, Professor of Medicine Kris Kowdley and Faculty of Engineering Dan “Annie” Du and …

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Conference: Education, equity and economics

The 27th Sussex County Today and Tomorrow conference focused on economics, equity and education in a hybrid presentation on October 27. Attendance at Delaware Technical Community College in Georgetown was limited to 100 people, so the event was also available online. Before the start of the conference, there was a …

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Two Brooklyn Friends teachers receive national awards • Brooklyn Paper

Sign up for our PoliticsNY newsletter for the latest coverage and to stay informed about the 2021 elections in your district and across New York Two Brooklyn Friends School faculty members were honored this year with prestigious national awards, adding further accolades to the already illustrious institution. Both BFS staff …

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MRNA Vaccine Pioneer Dr Robert Malone Joins Project Unity as Medical and Regulatory Director

IRVINE, Calif., November 15, 2021 / PRNewswire / – The Unity Project announced today that Dr. Robert malone, MD, MS, has been appointed the organization’s medical and regulatory director. Dr Malone is an internationally renowned physician-scientist who specializes in the advanced development of medical countermeasures against infectious diseases. He is …

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GAF begins commercial production at the fourth polyiso insulation manufacturing site

PARSIPPANY, NJ, November 15, 2021 / PRNewswire / – GAF today announced that it has expanded its commercial roofing business with the start of production at the company’s fourth polyisocyanurate (polyiso) insulation manufacturing facility for its EnergyGuard™ product line. Strategically located in New Colombia, Pennsylvania, this new facility allows GAF …

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Iowa State College Approves Compromise on Diversity Requirements

America’s diversity requirement for Iowa State University’s undergraduate degree has been evolving since the start of the year, when President Jonathan Wickert declined to approve a faculty-supported update. the requirement regarding concerns about state law prohibiting the compulsory teaching of “divisive concepts” on race and gender. With this legislation now …

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John (Jack) Rudolph Erdody, 76

WILMINGTON – John (Jack) Rudolph Erdody, 76, of Wilmington, North Carolina, passed away on Monday, November 8, 2021 at New Hanover Regional Medical Center with his family by his side. Jack was born May 2, 1945 in Elizabeth, New Jersey, son of the late Zoltan and Elsie Erdody, and raised …

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Obituary – Malcolm Alfred Lowther

Malcolm Alfred Lowther, professor emeritus of education, died at home on October 7 after a short illness. Malcolm Alfred Lowther He was born August 19, 1924 in Detroit, the son of Alfred H. Lowther and Joyce Scribner Lowther. In 1949, he married Mary Louise Young, with whom he had two …

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Israel to fire 500 Palestinians for high-tech jobs

Israel announced on Sunday that it would allow some 500 Palestinians to work in the country’s burgeoning high-tech sector. The move, led by the ministries of regional cooperation, economy, defense, among others, comes as the industry faces a continuing shortage of workers, given security and economic considerations. According to the …

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The time has come to get the lead out of Kan water.

Department of Political Science, Wichita State University. “/>Alexandra Middlewood, PhD, is aassistant professor at Department of Political Science, Wichita State University. According to a national study released by the American Medical Association last month, 65% of children in Kansas have high levels of lead in their blood – 15 points …

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who are they and why cities are so important

“Only in part,” D’Ovidio replies. “There is no denying that having good metrics is important for a certain group of knowledge workers. In my case, being an academic, I am very careful with my citations on Google Scholar: if there are not many, I have to do something, send the …

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The best of both worlds: strengthening medical education research and evaluation through quality improvement

In 2016, hospital pediatric medicine was recognized as a subspecialty by the American Board of Medical Specialties, with an emphasis on the roles of hospitalists as educators and experts in systems-based improvement.1-3 Nationally, hospital paediatricians have a variety of non-clinical professional responsibilities, with medical education and quality improvement (QA) being …

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How to help students interact with faculty and staff

Colleges are more than departments, buildings, and classrooms. They are organizations made up of resources and relationships. Supportive relationships on campus generate such valuable resources that we shouldn’t sit idly by and wait for them to form. By proactively investing in a relational scaffolding that guides and supports students as …

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