Monthly Archives: March 2022

The Bristol Press – Bristol students gain practical insight into potential careers

BRISTOL – In its second year, Bristol Public Schools secondary school students are gaining hands-on insight into potential careers through the district’s co-op work experience programme. According to Bristol Public Schools STEM supervisor, Dr Jaime Rechenberg, the program allows students to engage in an introductory semester to the program where …

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UO professor finds out about a long distant co

image: Image of comet C/2014 B1 (Scwartz) taken with the 2.5 meter Nordic Optical Telescope. This long-period comet’s orbit lies outside that of Saturn, but it showed cometary activity during its most recent pass through the region of the giant planets of the solar system. Analysis of the orbit of …

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The commission of Mass. says worker training and childcare are key to a fair economic recovery

From the lack of affordable housing to the cost of childcare, a legislative commission tasked with examining how the COVID-19 pandemic has changed the economy has identified key barriers with ancient roots that it says need to be addressed in Massachusetts to help people grow in the jobs of the …

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Teachers react as bill heads for governor

Last Wednesday, an Oak Grove Middle School math teacher was enjoying a sunny spring break day with two of her children, strolling through downtown Hattiesburg, looking for a place to lunch – a rare break for an educator working a second job to make ends meet. The teacher, Dacia Fortenberry, …

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Computer hardware specialist Evan Reed has died

Evan J. Reed, an associate professor of materials science and engineering at Stanford University and a recognized leader in the burgeoning field of computational materials science, died at his Stanford home on March 19. He was 46 years old. Evan Reed, 1976-2022 (Image credit: LA Cicero) Reed used machine learning, …

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Ocean Energy – CorPower Ocean partners with underwater composites specialist Diab

The ocean energy developer is currently manufacturing its next generation C4 WEC, with dual build operations in Sweden and Portugal. Part of the flagship HiWave-5 project, the WEC will eventually join a four-system wave energy network, located off Aguçadoura in Portugal, forming one of the first grid-connected wave farms in …

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18 professors from the North West have obtained promotions, tenure for 2022-2023

Northwest Missouri State University announced the promotions and permanent appointments of 18 faculty members. Applications for promotion and tenure were approved on March 17 by the regents. “It has been an honor and a privilege to be part of the promotion and tenure of these 18 individuals who are excellent …

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Invest more in education, Obi charges governments – The Sun Nigeria

Old Governor Peter Obi called on governments at the federal and state levels to prioritize investments in education, noting that it is any nation’s most important asset. Obi, who made the call in his keynote speech at the first National Association of Private School Owners (NAPPS) Education Summit in Enugu …

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IIT Madras Researcher Alleges Sexual Assault, AIDWA Demands Strict Measures Against Accused

A researcher at IIT Madras here has accused her colleague of repeatedly sexually assaulting her and also harassing her at work with her accomplices, including two of her teachers, for almost four years after her arrived at the institution in 2016. Apart from the physical and mental trauma she suffered …

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03/25/2022 | Pocomoke educator named teacher of the year

Pocomoke educator named teacher of the year SNOW HILL– On Friday, education officials recognized Kristin Cashman of Pocomoke High School as Worcester County’s 2022 Teacher of the Year. At its annual Teacher of the Year celebration, the Worcester County School Board crowned Cashman, an English teacher at Pocomoke High School, …

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Fairmont State concrete canoe truck damaged in accident

FAIRMONT, WV — I-79 was closed Thursday night due to multiple north side crashes. One of the vehicles involved in one of the crashes was Fairmont State University’s ASCE and Concrete Canoe team truck. For those who don’t know, Fairmont State’s Concrete Canoe Team is a group of civil engineering …

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University of Michigan settles student sex abuse lawsuit

The University of Michigan has agreed to settle a lawsuit filed last May by students claiming university officials failed to end the repeated sexual abuse of former university doctor Robert Anderson, the advertised university Thusday. As part of the rulethe university will create and fund a multidisciplinary standing committee known …

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Control of Congress really matters to Republicans, less to Democrats in 2022

People vote at the Millennium Youth Entertainment Complex on March 1, 2022 in Austin, Texas. (Montinique Monroe/Getty Images) The Pew Research Center conducted this study to understand public perceptions of congressional scrutiny, issues in the upcoming midterm elections, and confidence in the conduct of the election. For this analysis, we …

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Top 5 Tips for Becoming a Successful Stock Trader

Anyone can become a trader, but a successful trader takes hard work and effort. Keep in mind that many people want to enter the ranks of master traders and earn the kind of money that goes with it. A good education in fundamental economics, financial markets and technical analysis are …

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Shortness of breath and fatigue most common in self-reported long-lasting COVID cases

The rapid outbreak of a new coronavirus, namely severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus-2 (SARS-CoV-2), caused the pandemic known as coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). To date, this pandemic has claimed more than 6.1 million lives and massively affected the global economy. In response, researchers worked at an unprecedented pace to develop …

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Body of missing geology professor found in TN Lake, cops say

The body of Arthur Lee, 59, was found in an east Tennessee lake more than three weeks after he went missing on Feb. 22, 2022. Lee was a professor of geology at Roane State Community College. Oak Ridge Police Department Nearly a month after a 59-year-old college professor went missing …

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DVIDS – News – AAFB Airmen Improve BASH, Flight Safety with Bird Banding

The 97th Air Mobility Wing’s Flight Safety Office and the 97th Civil Engineer Squadron’s Environmental Office have partnered to study doves’ migration patterns using a banding technique. Banding is a tool used by wildlife biologists to track and manage different animal populations. Mourning Doves are the most common birds struck …

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Training options are restricted for medical students wishing to learn abortion procedures

A deluge of abortion restrictions is sweeping Across the countryfrom Florida to Texas to Idaho, narrows the already limited training options for US medical students and residents who want to learn how to perform abortion procedures. The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists recommends standardized training in abortion care during …

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Column: Controversy over SDSU professor’s use of slurs carries lessons about race, education and language

Earlier this month, UT’s Gary Robbins reported on a controversy involving a San Diego State University professor, an incident that should hold important lessons for everyone about race, language and education. J. Angelo Corlett, a 63-year-old tenured philosophy professor, was fired from teaching two courses on critical thinking and racism …

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Lawsuit claims Google discriminates against black workers

(AP) — A former Google employee has sued the tech giant for racial discrimination, saying it engaged in a “pattern and practice” of unfair treatment for its black workers. The lawsuit claims the company channeled them into lower-level, lower-paying jobs and subjected them to a hostile work environment if they …

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The University of Texas at El Paso College of Engineering

The University of Texas at El Paso: College of Engineering As America’s leading Hispanic-serving institution (HSI), The University of Texas at El Paso is extremely effective at transforming student lives, creating opportunity, and producing the next generation of thought leaders. UTEP’s College of Engineering is at the forefront of this …

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University of Denver researchers and students impact Colorado justice system

At the University of Denver’s Graduate School of Professional Psychology (GSPP), students and faculty work together to advance the field of forensic psychology. Through research, mental health assessments and expert testimony in court, they help create outcomes that benefit individuals and communities. “Forensic psychology is the intersection between mental health …

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Ghana Cares Obaatanpa program would help stabilize economy, says President Akufo-Addo

President Akufo-Addo assured that the government will continue to work hard to overcome the economic challenges currently plaguing the country. According to the president, his administration is doing a lot to revive the economy through the 100 billion cedis “Ghana Cares Obaatanpa” program. Talking at 90and Speech and awards presentation …

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Heather Kitada Smalley receives Renjen Award for Faculty Excellence

Heather Kitada Smalley, assistant professor of statistics at Albaugh, has been named the recipient of the 2022 Renjen Award for Faculty Excellence. Heather Kitada Smalley Created through a generous gift from Punit and Heather Renjen, the Renjen Prize supports academic and creative endeavors and is awarded annually to a faculty …

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Daniel Ricciardo: From coping with scorching heat to ‘fighting tension in the body’, how the F1 star’s performance coach prepares the driver for the season ahead

That message came from Formula 1 Daniel Ricciardo at the end of 2017, who wanted Italiano to travel the world with him as a performance coach. The duo, who had met through mutual friends in Perth when they were 12, had never discussed the possibility of working together before, and …

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Penn State students who decide not to drink explain why they don’t ‘need alcohol to have fun’ | University Park Campus News

Penn State student Keaton Zang says he doesn’t drink alcohol because of genetics. His family is predisposed to alcoholism and he has stated that he would rather not risk becoming an alcoholic himself. However, Zang (junior-computer scientist) said he doesn’t mind being around people who drink and is often the …

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The cradle of plasma medicine, 20 years later

Suresh Joshi, PhD, MD, left, and Alexander Fridman, PhD, at the Drexel Plasma Institute in January 2022. Photo courtesy of Suresh Joshi. In 2022, Drexel University C. & J. Nyheim Plasma Institute (NPI) celebrates 20 years not only as a …

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Coral CBD Gummies Review Shocking Shark Tank Scam Warning – Must See Before Buying? | Paid content | Cincinnati

Click to enlarge Stress, tension, trauma, depression, these words sound so scary and frightening. These are the alarming symptoms of mental disorders. In a recent WHO (World Health Organization) survey, Bid-“Must Order Now By Visiting The Official Coral CBD Gummies Website” It is shown that 90% of people in the …

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Senator Patty Murray wants student loan suspension extended to 2023

Murray’s request comes as the Biden administration signals another extension. During an appearance on the “Pod Save America” ​​podcast in early March, White House Chief of Staff Ron Klain noted President Biden would decide to use his executive power to cancel student debt “before the break expires, or he will …

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drama teacher Chancellor wins inaugural Longwood University Drama Teacher of the Year Award | Education

On Friday morning, a parade of beaming alumni, Spotsylvania School Division administrators and members of Longwood University’s theater department surprised Matthew Armentrout in his class at Chancellor High School. They announced to him that he was the first winner of Longwood’s High School Theater Teacher of the Year award. “He …

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Bucknell welcomes the new dean of the College of Engineering | News

LEWISBURG — Bucknell University has hired Brad Putman as Dean Richard E. Garman of the College of Engineering following a nationwide search. Putman will start at Bucknell on July 1. Putman has served as Associate Dean for Undergraduate Studies at Clemson University’s College of Engineering, Computing and Applied Sciences since …

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It’s Equal Pay Day, and this Twitter bot is slamming companies that pay men more than women

Organizations around the world took to social media last week to show their support for International Women’s Day. Unfortunately, but not surprisingly, for many companies, attaching a concise #IWD2022 or #BreakTheBias hashtag to a carefully curated Instagram post or tweet is the start and end point of their commitment to …

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Professors detail principles of Critical Race Theory // The Observer

Saint Mary’s Division for Inclusion and Equity hosted a panel via Zoom on Monday to discuss some of the key principles of the controversial critical race theory. The panelists were Saint Mary’s teachers Stacy Davis, Dan Horan and Kelly Faust. The professors set out to clearly define critical race theory …

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University of Dayton Wins National Supplier Diversity Award: University of Dayton, Ohio

The University of Dayton received the Jesse L. Moore Supplier 2022 Diversity Award, a national recognition from INSIGHT Into Diversity magazine honoring colleges and universities that take proactive steps to support and engage with minority-owned businesses. The publication selected the winners for their efforts in recruiting, hiring and retaining suppliers …

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Alex Hernandez: a new president and a new perspective at Champlain College

Editor’s Note: This article was written by Haley Seymour, editor of the Champlain College Crossover and member of the Underground Workshop, VTDigger’s collaborative network of student journalists from across Vermont. For more information, please email Ben Heintz, the workshop editor, at [email protected] Tenth Champlain President Alex Hernandez speaks onstage in …

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Start of Cornish Presidency draws mixed reactions

While many in the Ithaca College community are happy to have a president who knows the college well and can provide consistency, some are concerned about the transparency of the presidential search process. Dave Lissy ’87, chairman of the Ithaca College board of trustees, announced March 7 that the board …

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Chinese Officials: Government Work Report Changes Economy and Welfare

Chinese officials have combed through numerous revisions to the government work report, presented by Premier Li Keqiang, saying the changes cover wide-ranging questions about China’s development strategy as the rally The country’s annual policy, known as “Two Sessions”, ended on Friday. Xiang Dong, deputy director of the State Council Research …

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Rusty Mae Moore, educator and transgender activist, dies at 80

In the late 1950s, Ms. Moore moved to Evanston, Illinois to attend Northwestern University. She studied business with a minor in Russian studies. While at Northwestern, Ms. Moore met Nancy Voigt Wedemeyer; they married in 1963. Soon after, they moved to Medford, Massachusetts, where Ms. Moore earned a master’s degree …

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Benefits of Adequate Fluid Intake By Dr. Gautam Arora Neurologist

Dr. Gautam Arora Neurologist Neurology and Pain Management Clinic Dr. Gautam Arora Healthy Body and Mind with Adequate Water Intake By Dr. Gautam Arora Neurologist Drink water and preserve life! — Dr. Gautam Arora Neurologist MONROE TOWNSHIP, NJ, USA, March 11, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — What are the health benefits of …

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At $475,000, this is no average culvert project

MOUNT DESERT — It will cost up to $475,000 to replace two old, inadequate culverts that carry water from Denning Creek under Beech Hill Cross Road. Director of Public Works Tony Smith described the existing culverts as “woefully undersized and in very poor condition”. “These conditions contribute to flooding, pavement …

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Applications open for Mississippi Teachers’ Residence Grant to William Carey

William Carey University invites prospective teachers to apply for its Mississippi Teacher Residency Program (MTR) – supported by a $1.9 million grant from the Mississippi Department of Education. The application deadline is March 15. “We are thrilled to be one of the universities chosen to receive a Mississippi Teachers’ Residence …

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Commercial UAV Expo Announces Global Media Support for 2022 Event

More than 250 best-in-class UAS partner organizations have confirmed their support for the 2022 Commercial UAV Expo. Organizers of the annual Commercial UAV Expo, the world’s largest commercial drone trade show and conference, have announced an impressive roster of over 250 supporters from 6 continents for the 2022 event, taking …

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Law student named Squire Patton Boggs Sustained Impact Fellow

Anna Hope Collie Marcus Montgomery Freshman law student Marcus Montgomery has been selected as the 2022 Squire Patton Boggs Foundation Scholar for Lasting Impact. He was chosen from a large pool of highly qualified law students from across the country. As a Fellow, Montgomery will have the …

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Google AI launches a new dataset generator called Kubric

Researchers Klaus Greff, Google AI researcher François Belletti, Google Scholar Lucas Beyer and several others have published a paper around a scalable dataset generator, Kubric. It is an open source Python framework that uses both PyBullet and Blender to create high quality images. PyBullet is used to train the model …

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Gig Economy uses FinTechs for instant payments

The next generation of small business owners, freelancers, and gig workers have grown up using platforms like Venmo and other instant payments, which has given them payment experience expectations. “This new generation of talent has grown accustomed to instant payment transfers in their personal lives, and now they want those …

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Banking blind spots reveal troubled financial health

Even amid the current pandemic, consumers are reporting satisfaction with their financial service providers, and little has changed those relationships. But beneath the calm surface lie signals of ongoing struggles with financial well-being and broader shifts in payment habits. Consumers continue to turn to alternative financial services and “buy now, …

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Michael Thackeray of Argonne elected member of

The inventor of the lithium-ion battery honored. One of the pioneers of lithium-ion battery research beginning in the 1970s and continuing today, Michael Thackeray, materials scientist emeritus at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Argonne National Laboratory, was named a Fellow of the National Academy of Inventors (NAI). The NAI Scholars …

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Positive teacher-student relationships lead to

picture: Christi Bergin to see Continued Credit: MU College of Education and Human Development COLUMBIA, Missouri — Previous research has shown that positive teacher-student relationships promote student academic success, such as better grades and test scores, but a new study from the University of Missouri found that Positive teacher-student experiences …

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Engineers’ research begins to look flimsy as retractions increase – Retraction Watch

A group of structural engineering researchers based in Iran have lost at least five papers for problems with data – and a data sleuth says more appear flimsy too. Four of the articles appeared in Construction and building materials between 2018 and 2020 and were written by a changing cast …

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Everything is safe for dialysis patients

Are you on dialysis for kidney failure and guess swimming or sit-ups are out of the question? Think again. New international guidelines have been released on the eve of Kidney Health Week showing how important it is for dialysis patients to incorporate physical activity into their daily lives. Led by …

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Live personal finance updates: social security payments, child tax credit, tax refund filing date, wages in line with inflation…

Losing child tax credit would have ‘devastating impact’ Sophie Collierresearch director at Columbia University Center on Poverty and Social Policyspoke with the new yorker on the implications of cut the child tax credit and what impact it would have on many Low-income American families. “We found that 3.7 million additional …

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Warren Loy Fisk | Local

RAPID CITY – Warren was born on September 4, 1938 to Margaret (Peg) and Loy Fisk. He died on March 2, 2022. He was the youngest of three children. Her early childhood was spent in Nebraska City, NE. His father was originally a motorboat operator turned surveyor for the US …

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The United States needs a form of central bank digital currency that protects privacy

Text size Allowing individuals to maintain accounts with the Federal Reserve could capture the benefits touted by cryptocurrency proponents without the risks, write Andrew M. Bailey and William J. Luther of the Bitcoin Policy Institute. Brent Lewin/Bloomberg About the authors: Andrew M. Bailey is an Associate Professor of Humanities at …

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The passing of Professor and Professor Bhairabi Prasad Sahu is a great loss for the university fraternity

University of Delhi historian and highly respected scholar of ancient India and the early Middle Ages, Professor Bhairabi Prasad Sahu died on Thursday 3rd March 2022 from multiple ailments aggravated by post-Covid complications over the course of the last months. Highly regarded as an eminent scholar, good teacher and conscientious …

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CBN and private sector donations to the war economy | The Guardian Nigeria News

Another donation from the private sector aimed at tackling insecurity, if altruistic, is a welcome development that should be accompanied by an improvement in the dismal situation nationally. Fiscal data, however, suggests that defense and security rarely lacked funding, but lacked offsetting value for appropriations. Therefore, in addition to rallying …

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The Nashville Ledger

FLIGHT. 46 | NO. 9 | Friday, March 4, 2022 The law firm Gullett Sanford Robinson & Martin PLLC brought Mr. Clark Spoden into the firm as a partner in the litigation department of the firm. His practice focuses on representing companies in matters of contracts, employment, environment, administrative law, …

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Construction 138: January National Construction Market Data

The author is an analyst at NH Investment & Securities. He can be contacted at [email protected] — Ed. January 2022 data shows yy increases for domestic construction orders and the value of construction completed. Overall, domestic construction orders rose 6%, with non-housing and civil engineering orders offsetting the slowdown in …

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UNM’s Spring Teaching Conference to be Held Virtually March 3-4: UNM Newsroom

The UNM Spring Teaching Conference will be held virtually on Thursday and Friday, March 3 and 4. The keynote speaker will be Laura I. Rendón, professor emeritus at the University of Texas at San Antonio, who will address the promotion of one-generation education, low-income students. His presentation will address topics …

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Economic recovery still needs political support

The second advance estimate (2AE) of GDP, released on Monday, forecast real growth for FY22 of 8.9%, compared to 9.2% in the first advance estimate released in January. However, the momentum of the recovery and of activity is best judged by quarterly growth (since this is of more immediate importance). …

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Lt. Governor Stratton visits University of Illinois to speak about teacher shortage

CHAMPAIGN — A small group of University of Illinois students met Monday with Lt. Gov. Juliana Stratton about the K-12 teacher shortage. Stratton spoke of the administration’s efforts to diversify the profession. “Some of the students I’ve met on these campuses have said they’ve never had a teacher of color, …

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Diagnostic accuracy of mercury versus digital blood pressure measuring devices: a systematic review and meta-analysis

This systematic review was conducted based on the Preferred Reporting Items for a Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of Diagnostic Test Accuracy Studies (PRISMA-DTA)9 (Additional annex). The protocol of this systematic review has been registered on PROSPERO, the international prospective register of systematic reviews (registration number CRD42019118822). Sources of information A …

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