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Sustainability Awards Recognize Six People Who Have Made a Substantial Impact | University time

On April 22, six members of the Pitt community were honored with Pitt Sustainability Award. Launched in 2015, the awards recognize Pitt faculty, staff, students, and groups who are making a substantial impact in one or more of the three areas of sustainability: stewardship, exploration, community, and culture. Sustainability Award …

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Local businesses gathered at the local job fair to find employees

Work Force Solutions of East Texas brought together several East Texas companies to attract new employees. TYLER, Texas – If you’re driving around Tyler, it’s hard to miss those “help wanted” signs. Dozens of East Texas businesses gathered today for a job fair in hopes of attracting new employees. “We’re …

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ESET announces the winners of the 2022 Scholarships for Women in Cybersecurity

SAN DIEGO, May 12, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — ESET, a global leader in digital security, today announced the winners of the seventh annual ESET Women in Cybersecurity Fellowships. The scholarships are designed to increase the diversity of the cybersecurity workforce, which struggles to fill positions as global cyber threats continue to …

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Kim Bishop obtains an MFA at UTSA 30 years after the BFA | UTSA today | UTSA

After earning her teaching certificate in 2003, Bishop taught art from grades three through six at Del Valle. She then taught second grade at Seguin before moving into secondary education, first at Seguin High School, then at Brackenridge and Jefferson High Schools in San Antonio. Bishop retired from Jefferson High …

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Engineering Design Certification Launched at BHS | Local News

BATESVILLE — The Batesville Community Education Foundation has added another program to give Batesville High School students an edge over their peers. Thanks to a grant from BCEF, BHS students enrolled in Lead the Way project engineering courses will now have the opportunity to obtain an engineering design software user …

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Examination of a forewarned future in Ukraine

At the start of Russian President Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine, colleagues from cultural institutions elsewhere in Europe began contacting contemporary art curator Vasyl Cherepanyn, asking if he was organizing or designing new projects. in response to the crisis. Normally, such inquiries would be understandable to Cherepanyn, director of the …

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Lawmakers reach budget deal

House Appropriations Committee Chairwoman Rep. Mary Hooper, D-Montpelier, said Monday that lawmakers have delivered on their promise to support the most vulnerable Vermonters during the pandemic. File photo by Glenn Russell/VTDigger House and Senate lawmakers settled into place Monday on a key piece of the legislative jigsaw as they raced …

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Ole Miss student athletes receive diplomas in early spring

History links OXFORD, Miss. – A total of 98 current and former Rebel student-athletes walked across the stage with diplomas in hand at the Spring Commencement Ceremonies spread throughout the weekend at the Sandy and John Black Pavilion at Ole Miss. The student-athletes, along with their families, …

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The 10 best and worst states for working mothers in 2022, according to a new report

Since the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic, women taking on work and childcare responsibilities have suffered adverse effects on their careers. Recent research by the US Census Bureau, based on information from the Current population surveyfound that about 10 million American mothers living with school-aged children were not actively working …

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Attorney General Josh Shapiro and State Representative Austin Davis stop in Williamsport | News, Sports, Jobs

State District Attorney Josh Shapiro speaks Saturday in Williamsport. MARK MARONEY/Sun Gazette State Attorney General Josh Shapiro, currently running for governor, and State Representative Austin Davis, who is seeking to become lieutenant governor, stopped in Williamsport on Saturday ahead of the May 17 primary to ask …

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Meet MC’s new teacher, Ms. Galvan – The Caravan

Ms. Alexandra Galvan is Mt. Carmel’s newest addition to the faculty. She teaches Spanish but is also an assistant art therapist working in the South Shore and South Chicago neighborhoods. Ms. Galvan hails from St. Bede the Venerable Catholic Parish, where she grew up in a Spanish-speaking family. At the …

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Two faculty members named Emeritus Professors

Kenneth J. Sufka (left), professor of psychology and pharmacology, and Robert Van Ness, Bruce Moore Chair in Finance, have been named the university’s Distinguished Professors. OXFORD, Mississippi — Two respected University of Mississippi professors with a combined 50 years of teaching, research and service have been named professors emeritus by …

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Meet the MBA class of 2023: Luca Marini, HEC Paris

“Passionate, multi-faceted character who doesn’t yet know what to do when I grow up.” Hometown: Salerno, Italy Fun fact about yourself: When I started my career abroad, my level of English was so bad that people couldn’t understand me well. Among other stories, I remember confusing the verb “print” with …

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Accuracy of death certificates from diabetes, dementia and cancer in Australia: a population-based cohort study | BMC Public Health

Four notable findings emerged in the present study: (1) susceptibility to diabetes, dementia, and cancer being recorded as the underlying cause of death was low but improved significantly if contributing causes of death were taken into account; (2) women with dementia who died before 2006 were less likely to have …

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Celebrating our RIT College of Science retirees for 2021-2022 | college of science

Congratulations to our 2021-2022 College of Science retirees! As faculty or staff, our retirees have played an essential role in the success of our college. Like all RIT retirees, they continue to be part of the Tiger family and have access to many things on campus, including: RIT Academic and …

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Stanford gets $1 billion for John Doerr climate change school

NEW YORK (AP) — Stanford University will launch a new school focused on climate change thanks to a $1.1 billion gift from billionaire venture capitalist John Doerr and his wife, Ann, the university announced tuesday. The gift, one of the largest donations to an American institute of higher learning, will …

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AI search is a trash fire and Google is holding the matches

The world of AI research is in shambles. From academics prioritizing easy-to-monetize programs over innovation, to the Silicon Valley elite using the threat of job loss to encourage business-friendly assumptions, the system is a broken mess. And Google deserves the lion’s share of the blame. how it started There were …

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UCF Professor Receives NSF Grant to Fund Groundbreaking Friction Research

Masahiro Ishigami, an associate professor of physics, was recently awarded a two-year, $332,552 grant from the US National Science Foundation in recognition of the potential of his work to fill a knowledge gap in tribology – the study of friction, lubrication and wear. According to a 2017 U.S. Department of …

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The Vanderbilt Hustler | ‘A death sentence’: Vanderbilt professor sues university over in-person teaching tenure

Associate professor of philosophy Idit Dobbs-Weinstein has filed a civil lawsuit court case against Vanderbilt on March 15, who claims she suffered “unlawful disability-related discrimination” because of the university’s imposed in-person instruction policies for faculty. She claims she has the right to teach remotely as a disability accommodation under the …

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Deputy Minister highlights fiscal tools stabilizing economy

imaginechina Xu Hongcai, Vice Minister of Finance China has taken proactive fiscal measures on several fronts this year in the areas of tax and fee reductions, public budget spending and bond issuance to stabilize the economy and ensure the well-being of the people. population, said a senior official. “Tax and …

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2022 SUNY Chancellor’s Award for Student Excellence Winners Announced

Jules KA Hoepting (left) and Anders Lewis with President Stephen H. Kolision Jr. Two brilliant SUNY Fredonia seniors – Jules KA Hoepting and Anders Lewis – received the 2022 SUNY Chancellor’s Award for Student Excellence at a ceremony April 26 in Saratoga Springs. A system-wide award, it recognizes students for …

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12 under 40: Daniel Conley | Local News

From an early age, Daniel Conley knew he wanted to get involved in construction. “I’ve always loved construction, even as a young kid, seeing backhoes digging was really cool,” Conley said. “I had Tonka trucks and a whole fleet of equipment.” Fast forward to college and the Rose-Hulman Institute of …

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A same-sex marriage kings Calvin University

In December, officials at Calvin University, a Christian school in Grand Rapids, Mich., voted to renew a two-year teaching contract for Joe Kuilema, an associate professor of sociology. Eight days later, the provost received photos of Kuilema officiating a same-sex wedding. One of the women in the Oct. 15, 2021, …

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Wisconsin is paying for a practice that some say is legalized loan sharking

MILWAUKEE—A new study shows that Wisconsin residents pay some of the highest rates in the country for payday loans. There are payday loan companies all over the country. There are approximately 23,000 of these lenders open right now. This is almost double the amount of McDonald’s open Across the country. …

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Market Brief: There’s Good News in Fed Rate Hikes

The first four months of 2022 have been very difficult for investors. Stocks and bonds are posting steep losses, largely due to the Federal Reserve shifting gears to a much, much more aggressive path to raising interest rates to calm the economy and bring inflation under control . The Federal …

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Immune-Related Skin Adverse Events in Taiwanese Cancer Patients Receiving Immune Checkpoint Inhibitors Linked to Survival Benefit

Dermatological toxicities are the most common AEIR with the overall incidence of dermatological toxicities of all grades in patients treated for advanced melanoma in clinical trials were 34-42% in nivolumab, 43.5-58.5 % in ipilimumab and 43.2–46.3% in pembrolizumab, with a higher incidence (58.5–71.5%) in patients treated with a combination of …

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Southlake, Texas teachers urged to sign ‘non-disparagement’ agreements

Seven months after teachers at the Carroll Independent School District in Southlake, Texas, went public with concerns about a trustee’s advice to balance Holocaust books with titles that show “opposing” perspectives, District employees discovered this week that a new clause had been added to their annual employment contracts, listed under …

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SU Announces 2022-23 Remembrance Scholars

Get the latest news from Syracuse delivered straight to your inbox. Subscribe to our newsletter here. Syracuse University announced the names of the 35 2022-23 Remembrance Scholars Thursday in a university press release. The scholarship honors the 35 students killed in the bombing of Pan Am Flight 103 in 1998, …

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MuseumTalks is hosting a paleontology conference on April 29 with Celina Suarez

Photo submitted Interested in paleontology? Looking for your next read? So join us for both at MuseumTalks: Fossils at 6 p.m. Friday, April 29 at Pearl’s Books, an independent bookstore here in Fayetteville! Celina Suarez, associate professor of geosciences at the U of A, will …

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K12 Inc, Connections Academy, Mosaica Education – Ripon College Days

the “Virtual Schools Market” The 2022 Business Report contains global analysis and estimation of various market related factors which are incredibly crucial for better decision making. A competitive analysis has been carried out in this industry analysis report for the major players in the market which helps companies to take …

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At 62, Atlanta man returns to college tuition-free thanks to state seniors program

ATLANTA, Ga. (CBS46) — An Atlanta man is returning to college at the ripe old age of 62, and a state program gives him a golden opportunity. When Jeff Criswell turns 64 in two years, he won’t be considering retirement. Instead, hopes to start a new career as a high …

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Algorithm designed to help scientists optimize their reading list

If you want to be a scientist, you’re going to have to do a ground of reading. Science is a business focused on building and sharing knowledge. Researchers publish articles detailing their discoveries, breakthroughs and innovations in order to share these revelations with their colleagues. And there is millions of …

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Central Florida District secretary tipped to lead FDOT | WNDB

Sean Mooney Daytona Beach, Florida – There’s a new face at the helm of the Florida Department of Transportation, and he might be familiar to some in Volusia County. His name is Jared Losthe was secretary of FDOT District 5, which encompasses much of central Florida, including Daytona Beach and …

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Harouna Maïga, Ph.D. Wins Horace T. Morse Award for Outstanding Contributions to Undergraduate Teaching – Crookston Times

University of Minnesota Crookston Since 1965, the Horace T. Morse-Minnesota Alumni Association Award for Outstanding Contributions to Undergraduate Teaching has been awarded to a select group of teachers who reflect the University’s emphasis on the importance of high quality undergraduate education. Those who receive this award become members of the …

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Unemployed, millions of Indians are leaving the labor market | Business and Economics News

The problem of job creation in India is turning into a greater threat: an increasing number of people are not even looking for work. Frustrated at not being able to find the right kind of jobs, millions of Indians, especially women, are dropping out of the workforce altogether, according to …

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Dominic Artman, Lake Secondary School

NAME – Dominique Artmann RESIDENCE – uniontown AGE – 18 THE SCHOOL – Lake High School MPC- 4.48 COLLEGE CHOICE – Ohio State University PARENTS – Christopher and Jolene Artman DESCRIBE YOURSELF IN THREE WORDS – Persistent, resourceful, resilient. SCHOOL ACTIVITIES – Wrestling, Cross Country, Track, National Honor Society, GenYes …

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first cohort of building technology program to graduate | Education

The beginning is always a time of celebration and new beginnings. This spring, four WVU Tech graduates will be the first to earn bachelor’s degrees in construction management, the first and only such degree in the state. Tristen Nesmith from Shady Spring, Ryan Perry from Kanawha Falls, Lucas Berg from …

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League of Women Voters and Washburn professors will host a discussion on CRT

TOPEKA, Kan. (WIBW) – The League of Women Voters will host a presentation on Critical Race Theory at the Topeka Shawnee Co. Public Library with guest speakers hailing from Washburn University. Members of League of Women Voters of Topeka and Shawnee County say they will host a presentation on Critical …

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Loans for graduates. Most Graduate Students Are Strongly Determined by Loans

Loans for graduates. Most Graduate Students Are Strongly Determined by Loans You really must be enrolled at minimum half-time (6 credits or more) to be considered for student loans. Be aware of your loan which is the total responsibility of your payment responsibilities. Our goal …

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Kibaki’s Legacy: Booming Economy, Free Education

By MBUI WAGACHA No interaction has had such a lasting impact on my career as that with the late President Mwai Kibaki, a sharp intellectual giant. Fusing academic rigor with political insights that transform broken economies, few economists navigate the journey with the ease that Kibaki did. From the start, …

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$38.6 billion budget cleans up the House, includes salary increases for teachers and professors | News

BATON ROUGE, La. — The House passed a package of budget bills on Thursday, including a proposed $38.6 billion state operating budget with pay increases for kindergarten through kindergarten teachers. 12th grade and college teachers. The bill also included more money for infrastructure, although it would not give Gov. John …

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Neighbours: Meet Bill Hug – Berthoud Weekly SurveyorBerthoud Weekly Surveyor

Anyone who meets Bill Hug leaves with some impressions of him. First, he is outgoing and loves people. Second, it is logical and organized. Finally, Hug, who has lived in Burgdorf for 31 years, is a die-hard Wisconsin Badger fan. Photo of Bob McDonnell – Burgdorf resident Bill Hug holds …

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Climate change encourages owners to reconsider legacy towns

Millions of Americans live in communities with precarious climatic conditions, in houses that seem too expensive. There is, however, a solution for many of these people: moving to one of the so-called climate paradises. Climate havens or climate destinations are located in places that avoid the worst effects of natural …

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Hulahan’s Sixth Annual State Addresses Economy, Ukraine

PHOENIXVILLE — U.S. Representative Chrissy Houlahan, D-6th Dist., presented her third annual “State of the Sixth” town hall at the Colonial Theater, reviewing the year’s events and the impact she and the federal government have had to deal with it. It was her second state of the sixth delivered in …

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Punjabi University Patiala researcher develops software capable of creating Punjabi sentences: The Tribune India

Tribune press service Patiala, April 19 A researcher from the Faculty of Computers at the University of Punjabi has developed software that can create sentences in Punjabi. He is among the professors and researchers at the university who are working on the development of Punjabi and integrating it …

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Elon University / Today at Elon / CATL Announces 2022-2023 Diversity and Inclusion Grant Recipients

The Center for the Advancement of Teaching and Learning is pleased to announce the recipients of the 11th Annual Diversity and Inclusion Grants for the 2022-2023 academic year. The Center for the Advancement of Teaching and Learning is pleased to announce the recipients of the 11th Annual Diversity and Inclusion …

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Murphy creates 175 jobs for Ukrainian shelters

Up to 175 jobs will be offered to Ukrainian shelters by J. Murphy & Sons. The entrepreneur announced that he was looking to provide Ukrainian refugees with job opportunities in a variety of roles. Roles include on-site operational jobs and functional roles in areas such as finance, as well as …

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Civic-minded student chosen for a one-year scholarship

Combining his passion for medicine, creative writing and social change, junior Fabrizio Darby has been recognized for his contribution to the creation of Answer Campus – an interactive situation-based game that allows users to engage in complex conversations on identity – and was chosen as the Newman Civic Fellow for …

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Looking for a tax-free loan? It’s Probably Not Worth It, Experts Say |

Last-minute declarants endeavor to send their declarations to the Internal Revenue Service by tax year 2021 deadline Monday, April 18 — and are probably looking forward to a big check via their tax refund. Some tax firms or other lenders may offer the option of accessing these funds earlier, in …

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What North Carolina residents think about the economy

A new Spectrum News 1/IPSOS poll found that inflation is the top concern for registered voters in North Carolina, followed by affordable housing. Inflation hit a 40-year high in the United States last month, with the consumer price index jumping 8.5% in March more than a year ago. Gasoline, rent …

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640 MITE students obtain graduation certificates

A total of 537 engineering students and 103 management students received graduation certificates at the graduation ceremony of Mangalore Institute of Technology and Engineering (MITE) in Moodbidri recently. The graduation ceremony took place for the 11th promotion of engineering students and the 12th promotion of MBA students. KNS Acharya, Director, …

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A book by a white author on black feminism has been taken down after an outcry on social media

The blurb for the book “Bad and Boujee: Toward a Trap Feminist Theology” says it “engages with the overlap of black experience, hip-hop music, ethics, and feminism to focus on a subsection known as ‘trap feminism’.” But the book, written by Jennifer M. Buck, a white scholar at a Christian …

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10 UCF Students Recognized by NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program

Six UCF changemakers have been named U.S. National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellows, a recognition shared by the likes of Google co-founder Sergey Brin and Nobel laureate Steven Chu. Four other UCF students received honorable mentions. The NSF Graduate Research Fellowships program is dedicated to supporting students in STEM disciplines …

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Why Tax Refund Loans Are Bad: Fees, Interest, and Risk

Last-minute declarants endeavor to send their declarations to the Internal Revenue Service by the 2021 tax year deadline on Monday, April 18 — and are likely looking forward to a big check via their tax refund. Some tax firms or other lenders may offer the option of accessing these funds …

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Lawmakers seek to address teacher shortage in Louisiana

The Louisiana Senate on Wednesday introduced a bill to make it easier for retired teachers to return to work to help ease statewide shortages. Sen. Cleo Fields, D-Baton Rouge, the bill’s sponsor, said it addresses the shortage of teachers and other staff. Math, science, English, language arts and special education …

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The Precast/Prestressed Concrete Institute organizes a successful convention

The Precast/Prestressed Concrete Institute (PCI) held a successful convention last month in Kansas City, Missouri. PCI courtesy The Precast/Prestressed Concrete Institute (PCI) held a successful convention last month in Kansas City, Missouri. Highlights of the five-day event included rewarding members for their contributions, electing Matt Devos as the institute’s new …

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Professor Pitt Tymofiy Mylovanov helps Ukraine ‘move into the future’

Tymofiy Mylovanov sat in a basement in western Ukraine, surrounded by friends and co-workers who laughed, talked and played the board game Backgammon. Above them, anti-aircraft sirens sounded in the streets. “Now there’s a siren or something, so we all have to go to a basement,” Mylovanov said. “They’re playing …

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Extended payment plans could help struggling payday loan customers

For consumers who are struggling to repay their payday loans, it is important to take advantage of any payment plans offered by lenders. Assistance is often available, which can save you from paying additional fees, charges or interest in the meantime. When releasing recent report findings, the Consumer Financial Protection …

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Trammell Crow Co. promotes sustainability

Send your company’s executive hires and promotions to Kelsey Vanderschoot at [email protected] Enseo Brian Gurley, Financial director Brian Gurley As Chief Financial Officer, Brian Gurley will lead the financial operations of Richardson-based technology company Enseo, overseeing growth strategies in the hospitality, retirement home and education sectors. Prior to joining Enseo, …

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“Why is there a shortage of internships for mental health nursing students? »

It was a happy day when we were to celebrate the end of the year party with the third year mental health nursing students. As a registered mental health nurse, nurse educator and nurse researcher, it was with mixed feelings that I listened to my colleagues and praised students, and …

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University professor named in top two percent of world’s scientists

Professor David Edwards David Edwards, professor of plant and machine management at Birmingham City University, has been listed as one of the world’s top scientists according to a unique algorithm devised by experts at Stanford University. The algorithm uses publication impact scores, sourced from the world-renowned Scopus abstract and citation …

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Railway jobs for technical assistant positions, these people can apply

The Railway Recruitment Cell (RRC) has issued a vacancy notice for the Junior Technical Assistant (JTA) positions at South Central Railway (NCR) Prayagraj. Through this recruitment, nominations will be made for 20 Junior Technical Assistant positions. Interested and eligible applicants can apply through Official Applicants http://rrcpryj.org of the CRR. Important …

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Despite decades of efforts, babies are still dying from SIDS

In the years following the 1994 launch of the Safe to Sleep Campaign, who urged parents to put their babies on their backs at bedtime and to keep their cribs free of pillows, bumpers, blankets, stuffed animals and anything else that might present a risk of choking, cases of Sudden …

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Governor Hochul Announces Unprecedented Support for Education in Fiscal Year 2023 Budget, Including $31.5 Billion in Education Aid

Governor Kathy Hochul today announced the education highlights of the fiscal year 2023 budget. Part of the historic plan includes record total school aid of $31.5 billion for the 2023 school year, the highest level of state aid on record, and $8.2 billion in support for higher education as part …

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Carry out auto loans on a new vehicle with this specific time out of a phrase build monetary experience?

Carry out auto loans on a new vehicle with this specific time out of a phrase build monetary experience? I’m on the Navy so I make enough money, it’s just time for all the tragedy… You’ll find there’s no choice left. Or maybe it’s just …

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Public consultation invited on new USGS facility in Hilo

(BIVN) – Officials are seeking public comment on a new facility, which will be located on a 13-acre site near the University of Hawaii’s Hilo campus, for two US Geological Survey programs. On Friday, the US Department of the Interior announced that it was preparing an environmental assessment (EA) for …

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Chris Beyrer named director of Duke Global Health Institute

Christopher C. Beyrer, MD, MPH, an internationally renowned epidemiologist who has worked on the front lines of HIV/AIDS and COVID-19 treatment and research, will be the next director of the Duke Global Health Institute (DGHI), University officials announced Friday. Beyrer will join Duke on August 30 from the Johns Hopkins …

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Opinion: It’s bigger than Disney vs. DeSantis

This is the question posed by visitors to the Tuttle Twins site, which sells libertarian children’s books. The books, written by Connor Boyack, are intended to protect children from the “socialism and awakening” that the website says American educational and cultural institutions “sprout in the minds of our children”. A …

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Access to earned wages under growing scrutiny from regulators

(Photo: Shutterstock) As the prevalence of Earned Wage Access (EWA)/pay-as-you-go providers increase, the product they provide is coming under increasing scrutiny and some are calling for increased regulation. Employees who use EWA’s services have access to their earned wages that have not yet been paid. This way, they don’t have …

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Harvard Terminates Harvard’s Undergraduate Teacher Education Program, Closing the Way in Education for Students | News

Harvard’s Undergraduate Teacher Education Program, which provided College students with teaching credentials prior to graduation, recently ended as part of an effort to direct students interested in the teaching towards the Graduate School of Education’s new Master of Teaching and Teacher Leadership program. UTEP is the second undergraduate teaching program …

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The College of Health Sciences and the Children’s Coalition team up to organize an event focusing on the health of families

Tweeter tweet button for twitter Posted on April 6, 2022 University of Louisiana Monroe students and College of Health Sciences faculty joined forces with the Children’s Coalition of Northeast Louisiana to present “Stepping into a Healthy Spring” on March 19, 2022. The family-friendly event blended fun and education about healthy …

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Pintec enables Wagepay to upgrade digital credit services

Melbourne, Australia, April 6, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Pintec Technology Holdings Limited (“Pintec”; NASDAQ: PT), a leading provider of financial technology solutions, today announced that its partner Wagepay Pty. ltd. (Wagepay), an Australian on-demand payment service provider, recently launched its second-generation mobile app and a completely redesigned and rebranded website. In …

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UN: 18 nations have gone green on the climate, raked in green

Clean energy proponents and think tanks have long said it is possible to reduce emissions and keep the economy growing. Today, the latest report from the world’s top climate scientists says 18 countries have done just that, sustaining emissions cuts “for at least a decade” as their economies continued to …

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The Alphonso W. Grant Memorial Award in Arts Education honors a beloved teacher

Photo submitted Alphonso W. Grant The family of Alphonso W. Grant has partnered with the School of Art and the Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences to create a memorial award in honor of the beloved Assistant Professor of Art Education and Affiliate Professor of African Studies …

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Prestigious award named in honor of Valentin

To watch a video about this award, click here: https://youtu.be/-iQLeoFWyn4 The American College of Cardiology (ACC) is creating a new award in honor of Valentin Fuster, MD, PhD, Director of Mount Sinai Heart and Chief Medical Officer of Mount Sinai Hospital. The first “Valentin Fuster Award for Innovation in Science” …

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Stephen V. Avallone, MD, Joins Cleveland Clinic Florida as Regional Medical Director of Concierge Medicine

Concierge Medicine program expands to West Palm Beach April 4, 2022 – Stephen V. Avallone, MD, FACP, PE, has been named regional medical director of Concierge Medicine for Cleveland Clinic Florida as the program adds a fourth location in West Palm Beach. Dr. Avallone joins Cleveland Clinic Florida from the …

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Later back-to-school times being considered to tackle youth mental health crisis

Image source/Getty Images (NEW YORK) — California was the first state to require high schools to start no earlier than 8:30 a.m. Pediatrician Dr. Bert Mandelbaum hopes New Jersey will be second. New Jersey is one of many states exploring late school start times, as educators and medical professionals grapple …

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How Australia’s economy is bouncing back from COVID-19

Halal financial services provider Hejaz Financial Services explains how the Australian economy has remained healthy after the 2020 recession and provides economic forecasts for the rest of 2022. halal home loan halal home loan MELBOURNE, Australia, April 04, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Economies around the world were undeniably struggling in …

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Paul Orin Berret | News, Sports, Jobs

1928 – 2022 Dr. Paul Orin Berrett of Orem, UT passed away after a peaceful last day in his home, Wednesday, March 30, 2022. He was born in his family home in Riverton, UT on March 1, 1928, to Orin and Nellie Roote Berrett. His father …

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Nine Lakewood Ranch students get a boost with $10,000 scholarships | Eastern County

Lakewood Ranch High School student Kelsey McLeod has dreamed of going to Louisiana State University since she was 8 years old. Her love of gymnastics first drove McLeod to college, and after visiting college last fall, she was sure of it. “Walking onto a campus when it had been my …

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Reviews | The free speech choice I faced as a teacher and father of a trans son

Anyway, someone responsible for the attacks on my family was supposed to speak to my university the very day the state launched its efforts to tear us apart. Let’s be clear: it is an evil fueled by ignorance and hatred. Families like mine are already terrified. If the fanatics succeed, …

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UofL Engineering Class Using 3D Printers to Teach STEM to Children with Disabilities

A new elective course for engineering students at the University of Louisville is helping to ensure that visually impaired students are not at a disadvantage when learning STEM.With the use of 3D printers, the course’s dozen students create physical tools for blind students. “The first layer is the most important …

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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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