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NJ 2021 Cyber ​​Security Virtual Conference Recap

The second annual statewide cybersecurity conference, held virtually on October 15, 2021, connected students, faculty and university administrators with cybersecurity business leaders. Open to the higher education communities and cybersecurity industries of New Jersey, the free conference raised awareness among students of cybersecurity career opportunities and publicized the attractiveness of …

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Assessment of early biochemical alterations in tumors

Researchers at the University of Arkansas have shown the first use of a non-invasive optical technique to determine complex biochemical changes in cancers treated with immunotherapy. “We show that optical spectroscopy allows sensitive detection of early changes in the biomolecular composition of tumors,” said Narasimhan Rajaram, associate professor of biomedical …

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Stetson University adds more corporate training courses

PHOTO COURTESY OF STETSON UNIVERSITY / FAITH JONES PACE YOURSELF HERE – Stetson University’s Professional and Business Education (PaCE) program is part of the Lynn Business Center School of Business Administration and can help adult learners to develop skills that they can use in the workplace. Innovative business leaders encourage …

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Newly transplanted heart patient denied distance education

Kutztown University denied a recent heart transplant patient request for distance education accommodation, arguing that the “fundamental change in course delivery” is not “reasonable accommodation” under the Americans With Disabilities Act. The university says it has received three more requests for ADA accommodation from professors to teach online this semester. …

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21st Century Retinal Care with Dr Majcher

Carolyn Majcher, OD, Clinical Associate Professor at Northeastern State University Oklahoma College of Optometry, explains how ODs who integrate multimodal imaging into their practices benefit from increased efficiency and better quality of care. Transcription Brooke Beer: Hi I’m Brooke Beery with Optometry time® and with me today is Dr. Carolyn …

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UMich SACUA members frustrated with limited COVID-19 testing and security enforcement

Some members of the Senate Assembly concerned about COVID-19 security protocols at large off-campus events, current University of Michigan COVID-19 guidelines and the lack of required weekly tests, they said Monday at the meeting of the Senate Advisory Committee on University Affairs. SACUA Vice-President Caitlin Finlayson, Associate Professor of English …

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September 27 – Georgia Southern College of Education Creates Research Center Dedicated to Advocating Youth Rights | Education and Career Development

September 27, 2021 – For more than 30 years, the National Youth Advocacy and Resilience Conference (NYAR) at Georgia Southern University (formerly the National At-Risk Youth Conference) has served as an epicenter for sharing information and advancement to support young people facing challenges across the country. The conference recently led …

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MSU Professor Says Mississippi Institutions of Higher Education ‘Ignoring Science’ By Banning Vaccination Warrants

STARKVILLE, Mississippi (WCBI) – The Mississippi college board of directors voted on Friday to ban public universities in the state from requiring their students and staff to receive the COVID-19 vaccine, except in clinical settings. It comes exactly one week after the Mississippi State Faculty Senate voted in favor of …

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Teachers Share Latinx Stories – Daily Trojan

Juan de Lara (top right) hosted the Facebook Live event with panelists Pierrette Hondagneu-Sotelo (top left), George J. Sanchez (bottom left) and Natalia Molina (bottom right), who are all professors at USC. (Claire Chen | Daily Trojan Horse) In honor of Latinx Heritage Month, USC Dornsife College of Letters, Arts …

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New Seed Funding Program Boosts Interdisciplinary Collaboration for Two Student Teams | VTx

The Macromolecules Innovation Institute (MII) has provided seed funding for two research projects through its new Interdisciplinary Seed Collaborative Program (ICSP). CPSI is a one-year funding opportunity designed to support and enhance collaborations between IBD research groups in different departments at Virginia Tech. Since emerging collaborations between faculty from different …

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Physicists probe quantum world with billion dollar laser

Adrian Feiguin (left), associate professor of physics at Northeastern, and Arun Bansil (right), professor emeritus of physics at the university. Photo by Matthew Modoono / Northeastern University Suppose you are a budding physicist probing the quantum world to better understand the fundamental nature of reality. There are two ways to …

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Kumar Leader in Collaborative HIV Cure Research

Priti Kumar, PhD, Associate Professor of Medicine (Infectious Diseases), will co-lead the Yale School of Medicine’s HIV Cure Research Program, under a new $ 26.5 million grant from the program National Institutes of Health flagship Martin Delaney Collaboratories (MDC) for HIV cure research. The team, made up of researchers from …

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Head of Horticultural Department Receives American Society for Horticultural Science Leadership and Administration Award

Russell cothren The American Society for Horticultural Science has named Wayne Mackay, Head of the Horticultural Department of the Agriculture Systems Division at the University of Alberta, as the recipient of the 2021 Award for Outstanding Leadership and Administration. The American Society for Horticultural Science has named Wayne Mackay, Head …

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Researchers design three-dimensional Kirigami building blocks to create dynamic metamaterials

A new approach to the production of metamaterials uses kirigami techniques to create three-dimensional, reconfigurable building blocks that can be used to create complex and dynamic structures. Because the design approach is modular, these structures are easy to assemble and disassemble. “Applying kirigami to three-dimensional materials offers a new level …

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Igniting Hope conference to fight racist policies

BUFFALO, NY – A battle in progress. This is how Pastor George F. Nicholas describes the health disparities that African Americans are still trying to overcome. “This is an ongoing battle for our own liberation,” says Nicholas, pastor of Lincoln Memorial United Methodist Church and organizer of the African American …

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The trio named to the Oklahoma Educator Hall of Fame

Three Oklahoma educators have been selected to be inducted into the Oklahoma Educators Hall of Fame. Longtime geography teacher and geography teacher Gary Gress, public schools superintendent Joy Hofmeister and former public schools superintendent Norman Joe Siano will be honored at an induction ceremony on November 6 at Oklahoma City …

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OPSC 2021 Associate Professor Recruitment for 320 Positions in Various Universities @ opsc.gov.in, Download PDF

The Odisha Civil Service Commission has invited to apply online for 320 associate professor positions at various universities on its official website. Check the application process, age limit, post-wise qualification, experience, selection criteria, how to apply, etc. here. Created on: Jul 16, 2021 13:38 IST Recruitment of associate professor OPSC …

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BEVA Diamond Anniversary 2021 Speakers Confirmation – Business Solutions for Equine Practitioners

A second plenary conference, postponed from 2020, will be given by Jean-Marie Denoix (Professor of Veterinary Anatomy, CIRALE, Normandy), who will present his expert opinion on how clinical manifestations contribute to the management musculoskeletal injuries. Courtesy of BEVA A diamond-rated speaker program has been confirmed for the 60e Congress of …

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Housing crisis worsens stagnant WCU wages

“It’s about time,” said Peter Hans, president of the UNC system, in an interview during his July 1 visit to WCU. “It’s all about recruiting, retaining and morale for incredibly hard-working people who have seen college overcome one of the biggest challenges I hope we’ve ever seen in the past …

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Local author pleads for black nostalgia

In an age of racial reckoning, the country’s oppression against blacks is receiving renewed attention, and the experience of being black in America can seem almost universally bleak. Flossmoor’s Badia Ahad-Legardy wants to complicate this point of view. In his new book “Afro-Nostalgia: Feeling Good in Contemporary Black Culture”, Ahad-Legardy …

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The event helps start the dialogue about the race

A “Coming Together for Racial Understanding” on-the-job training event was recently held at the Arkansas 4-H Center in Ferndale. Seventeen participants from the University of Arkansas Cooperative Extension Service and the University of Arkansas School of Agriculture, Fisheries, and Humanities at Pine Bluff learned ways to facilitate the community dialogue …

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