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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