National University Teacher Award Announces Top Inspirational Teachers Across The Country

Five regional winners recognized in Zoom’s surprise announcement; receive awards of $ 10,000, a full scholarship for the Masters in SEL at NU and are eligible for a national award of $ 50,000. SAN DIEGO — November 17, 2021—In recognition of inspiring teaching nationwide, the National University Teacher Award identified …

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How to assess COVID-19 information online: fact, fiction, or something in between

There are so many studies on COVID-19 and vaccinations for people to read and react to. How do we know / decide which study is accurate and useful for patients and which studies are not when it comes to COVID-19? “There is more information on the Internet than anyone can …

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ORITE meets infrastructure needs through thermoplastic research

Posted: November 17, 2021 Author: Staff reports Ohio University’s Ohio Research Institute for Transportation and the Environment (ORITE) recently collaborated with the National Cooperative Highway Research Program (NCHRP) on a study that evaluated the performance of pipes created from recycled plastic. ORITE conducted a year-long experiment in which the pipes …

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CEHHS Team Partners with Community Members to Launch Omaha Urban Thinkscape Project | College of Education, Health and Humanities

A team from the College of Education, Health, and Humanities (CEHHS) recently partnered with community members to launch the Omaha Urban Thinkscape project. Omaha Urban Thinkscapes will transform two public spaces in Omaha neighborhoods into learning opportunities through scientifically and artistically designed play installations. The Omaha Urban Thinkscape Project received …

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Four WSU professors recognized on 2021 Most Cited Scholars list – WSU Insider

The 2021 list recognizing the world’s top 1% of researchers includes four professors from Washington State University. Business professor Dogan Gursoy joins Clarivate’s list of highly-cited researchers for the first time this year, appearing alongside veteran members, Professor of Medicine Kris Kowdley and Faculty of Engineering Dan “Annie” Du and …

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Conference: Education, equity and economics

The 27th Sussex County Today and Tomorrow conference focused on economics, equity and education in a hybrid presentation on October 27. Attendance at Delaware Technical Community College in Georgetown was limited to 100 people, so the event was also available online. Before the start of the conference, there was a …

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Two Brooklyn Friends teachers receive national awards • Brooklyn Paper

Sign up for our PoliticsNY newsletter for the latest coverage and to stay informed about the 2021 elections in your district and across New York Two Brooklyn Friends School faculty members were honored this year with prestigious national awards, adding further accolades to the already illustrious institution. Both BFS staff …

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MRNA Vaccine Pioneer Dr Robert Malone Joins Project Unity as Medical and Regulatory Director

IRVINE, Calif., November 15, 2021 / PRNewswire / – The Unity Project announced today that Dr. Robert malone, MD, MS, has been appointed the organization’s medical and regulatory director. Dr Malone is an internationally renowned physician-scientist who specializes in the advanced development of medical countermeasures against infectious diseases. He is …

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GAF begins commercial production at the fourth polyiso insulation manufacturing site

PARSIPPANY, NJ, November 15, 2021 / PRNewswire / – GAF today announced that it has expanded its commercial roofing business with the start of production at the company’s fourth polyisocyanurate (polyiso) insulation manufacturing facility for its EnergyGuard™ product line. Strategically located in New Colombia, Pennsylvania, this new facility allows GAF …

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Iowa State College Approves Compromise on Diversity Requirements

America’s diversity requirement for Iowa State University’s undergraduate degree has been evolving since the start of the year, when President Jonathan Wickert declined to approve a faculty-supported update. the requirement regarding concerns about state law prohibiting the compulsory teaching of “divisive concepts” on race and gender. With this legislation now …

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