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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