Tag Archives: associate professor

The cradle of plasma medicine, 20 years later

Suresh Joshi, PhD, MD, left, and Alexander Fridman, PhD, at the Drexel Plasma Institute in January 2022. Photo courtesy of Suresh Joshi. In 2022, Drexel University C. & J. Nyheim Plasma Institute (NPI) celebrates 20 years not only as a …

Read More »

Professors detail principles of Critical Race Theory // The Observer

Saint Mary’s Division for Inclusion and Equity hosted a panel via Zoom on Monday to discuss some of the key principles of the controversial critical race theory. The panelists were Saint Mary’s teachers Stacy Davis, Dan Horan and Kelly Faust. The professors set out to clearly define critical race theory …

Read More »

Start of Cornish Presidency draws mixed reactions

While many in the Ithaca College community are happy to have a president who knows the college well and can provide consistency, some are concerned about the transparency of the presidential search process. Dave Lissy ’87, chairman of the Ithaca College board of trustees, announced March 7 that the board …

Read More »

Law student named Squire Patton Boggs Sustained Impact Fellow

Anna Hope Collie Marcus Montgomery Freshman law student Marcus Montgomery has been selected as the 2022 Squire Patton Boggs Foundation Scholar for Lasting Impact. He was chosen from a large pool of highly qualified law students from across the country. As a Fellow, Montgomery will have the …

Read More »

Everything is safe for dialysis patients

Are you on dialysis for kidney failure and guess swimming or sit-ups are out of the question? Think again. New international guidelines have been released on the eve of Kidney Health Week showing how important it is for dialysis patients to incorporate physical activity into their daily lives. Led by …

Read More »

The United States needs a form of central bank digital currency that protects privacy

Text size Allowing individuals to maintain accounts with the Federal Reserve could capture the benefits touted by cryptocurrency proponents without the risks, write Andrew M. Bailey and William J. Luther of the Bitcoin Policy Institute. Brent Lewin/Bloomberg About the authors: Andrew M. Bailey is an Associate Professor of Humanities at …

Read More »

UNM’s Spring Teaching Conference to be Held Virtually March 3-4: UNM Newsroom

The UNM Spring Teaching Conference will be held virtually on Thursday and Friday, March 3 and 4. The keynote speaker will be Laura I. Rendón, professor emeritus at the University of Texas at San Antonio, who will address the promotion of one-generation education, low-income students. His presentation will address topics …

Read More »

MSUB Faculty Receives Excellence Award | Straight from the source

Here is a press release from Montana State University Billings: MSU BILLING NEWS— Montana State University Billings held its annual convention Faculty Excellence Awards Ceremony Thursday, February 24. The annual event highlights the excellence of MSUB faculty members in their teaching, community outreach, research, and scholarship. This year, 17 faculty …

Read More »

Mount Sinai researchers discuss findings on risk of pathogenic clinical variants and loss of function

Ron Do, PhD, Associate Professor, Charles Bronfman Institute for Personalized Medicine at Mount Sinai, and Iain Forrest, MD-PhD candidate in Dr. Do’s lab, discuss the results of their recent study measuring the population-based penetrance of pathogens and loss of functional clinical variants. Transcription What were the results of your study? …

Read More »

University writing professor dies aged 63 – The GW Hatchet

Katherine Larsen, an assistant professor in the university’s writing program, died earlier this month. She was 63 years old. Feedback joined GW in 1995, with faculty recalling that she taught about seven college writing classes each year and interacted with more than 3,000 students during her tenure, officials said. Larsen …

Read More »

Teacher says he was fired for refusing to teach in person

A former associate professor at Georgia Military College who suffers from chronic illnesses, is suing the college for wrongful termination, saying he was fired last year after refusing to return to in-person teaching, Macon’s Telegraph reported. Joshua Fields taught biology, primarily at the college’s Augusta campus from 2013 until he …

Read More »

Diversity among oncologists does not reflect US population

While the representation of women in academic radiation oncology and medical oncology faculties has increased over time, racial and ethnic minorities are still vastly underrepresented in these fields, according to a cross-sectional study of data from the Association of American Medical Colleges. “Creating and sustaining a diverse healthcare workforce is …

Read More »

Molecular ‘culprit’ caught driving cell death and inflammation – ScienceDaily

A WEHI-led study has identified a molecular ‘culprit’ responsible for cell death and inflammation in the body. The findings could lead to improved treatment options for a range of conditions driven by inflammatory cell death, including the SARS-CoV-2 virus. Cell death is an important part of the body’s immune response …

Read More »

Open Question in Theoretical Models of Memory Addressed — ScienceDaily

A research team led by faculty members at Wayne State University has found that communication between two key memory regions in the brain determines how what we experience becomes part of what we remember, and how As these regions mature, the precise ways in which they interact make us better …

Read More »

UW professor co-publishes book that educates teachers on implementing STEM in the classroom | News

February 14, 2022 Ali Bicer A University of Wyoming faculty member served as co-editor of a recently published book on STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) education. Ali Bicer, assistant professor at the UW School of Teacher Education, helped edit “Internalization of STEM Education.” The book aims to help teachers …

Read More »

‘Not a dumping ground’: Pacific condemns Fukushima water body | Nuclear Power News

The Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands says there is a viable alternative to Japan’s plan to dump more than a million tonnes of treated water from the crippled Fukushima nuclear power plant into the Pacific Ocean, and that it requires urgent examination. The sewage is the product of efforts …

Read More »

WT teacher to face jury trial after pleading not guilty to animal-related charges | KAMR

AMARILLO, Texas (KAMR/KCIT) – Officials with the United States District Court for the Northern District of Texas Amarillo Division announced via court documents Friday that the jury trial of Richard Kazmaier, associate professor of biology at the West Texas A&M University and a Canyon resident, is scheduled to begin at …

Read More »

UWO professor helps close Starkie Swenson cold case

After news of the discovery of human remains by two hikers at High Cliff State Park on September 29, UW Oshkosh Associate Professor of Anthropology Jordan Karsten was able to identify the remains of Starkie Swenson, a man believed to be murdered August 13. 1983, which UWO anthropology students were …

Read More »

Scientists from Pusan ​​National University improve

image: A coating material based on methylene blue dye could ensure high performance in these batteries, according to a new study see Following Credit: Pusan ​​National University Many emerging sustainable energy technologies, such as grid-scale energy storage systems and electric cars, require high-performance rechargeable batteries. Unfortunately, conventional lithium-ion batteries (LIB) …

Read More »

New York school lunch menu goes vegan on Fridays

NEW YORK (AP) — Forget mystery meat or cheese pizza. Instead, chickpea wraps and veggie tacos will be on the menu for New York City public school students as the nation’s largest school district moves to “vegan Fridays” in school cafeterias. The move was pushed by the city’s new mayor, …

Read More »

UNC history professor William Sturkey aims to empower students to talk about race

Readings from William Sturkey’s America in the Sixties course include much of what one would expect from any other history course – speeches by John F. Kennedy, articles on the Vietnam War and lectures on the civil rights movement. But the associate history professor also includes compulsory listening in his …

Read More »

Beloved psychology professor Sarina Saturn leaves UP

Few people can say they are more connected to The Bluff than Associate Professor of Psychological Sciences Sarina Saturn. His parents – both UP alumni – met through the UP International Club, and Saturn grew up in University Park, making regular visits to campus. Years later, she found herself at …

Read More »

Professor/Associate Professor/Assistant Professor/Lecturer, School of Liberal Arts job with Macau University of Science and Technology

Faculty: School of Liberal Arts Position: Professor / Associate Professor / Assistant Professor / Lecturer The description The School of Liberal Arts (SLA) was established in 2020. SLA’s missions are to comprehensively cultivate business management talent with independent observation, critical thinking, and problem-solving skills; promote intercultural exchanges and international cooperation; …

Read More »

Emerging Researcher 2022: Dr. Cristobal “Criss” Salinas Jr.

Dr Cristobal “Criss” Salinas Jr. Title: Associate Professor of Higher Education Leadership and Faculty Coordinator, Leadership Studies, Educational Leadership, and Research Methodology, Florida Atlantic University. Education: BA, Teaching Spanish, English as a Second Language; University of Nebraska at Kearney; Masters of Education, Student Affairs and Higher Education, Iowa State University; …

Read More »

A new compound found in molds helps increase the durability of dental fillings

Leading researchers from the Faculty of Dentistry, University of Hong Kong (HKU), Wuhan University (WHU) and Peking University Hospital in Shenzhen have found that a compound present in the molds helps to increase the durability of a dental filling. In a journal article published inMaterials Today OrganicTitled “Improving Resin-Dentin Bond …

Read More »

New model to identify biomarkers in patients with COVID-19 and other diseases

Researchers who recently developed a mathematical model indicating why treatment responses vary widely among people with COVID-19 have now used the model to identify biological markers linked to these different responses. The team, led by scientists from Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) and the University of Cyprus, note that the model …

Read More »

SDSU Programs, Associate Professor, National Humanities Fellowships

San Diego State University. Photo by Chris Stone San Diego State was among 208 institutions across the country to receive grants from the National Foundation for the Humanities, it was announced this week. Nationwide projects will receive portions of $24.7 million in grants from the agency, based in Washington, D.C., …

Read More »

New study reveals how immune cells in the lungs

image: Tim Willinger, associate professor in the department of medicine, Huddinge, Karolinska Institutet, and first author Elza Evren, doctoral student in the research team of Tim Willinger. see Following Credit: Tiphaine Parrot From our first breath, our lungs are exposed to microorganisms, such as bacteria and viruses. Thanks to the …

Read More »

WVU Receives Funding From National Eye Institute For Research In Retinal Degeneration

Hereditary retinal degeneration can make even the most mundane tasks, like cooking, driving, and walking on the sidewalk, difficult or impossible, and it cannot be cured. Peter Stoilov and Visvanathan Ramamurthy, researchers at West Virginia University School of Medicine, have spent the last few years working together to study proteins …

Read More »

Former AU professor Tuskegee Airman and honored leader Wally Higgins

Wallace C. (Wally) Higgins still serves the area. Years after his death, the former professor emeritus of the NYS University School of Ceramics of Alfred Wally Higgins is still shaping the state and list of services available to seniors in Allegany County. At the entrance to the Allegany County Office …

Read More »

AU celebrates first babies born at AU Health in 2022

AUGUSTA, Ga (WRDW / WAGT) – We said goodbye to 2021 and hello to 2022, and early Saturday morning Thomsen and Owen Bryant joined in the New Years celebrations by being the first babies born in 2022 at AU Health. The family is based here in Fort Gordon and they …

Read More »

What is “time blocking”? Learn All About This Effective TikTok Trend – NBC Los Angeles

Are you looking for a more efficient way to be productive? Then you might want to try “time blocking”. This latest TikTok trend is ideal for those who want to get more out of their day and stick to a productive schedule. If you do it right, you can stop …

Read More »

Jelly Ice Cubes Could Revolutionize Cold Storage and Cold Food Safety

Researchers at the University of California-Davis have developed a new type of cooling cube with the potential, they say, to transform the way cold storage is performed. The advantages of plastic-free “jelly ice cubes” are that they do not melt, are compostable and antimicrobial, and can help prevent cross-contamination. It …

Read More »

Associate Professor position at the School of Nutritional and Health Sciences with the MEDICAL UNIVERSITY OF TAIPEI (TMU)

College of Nutrition】 the College of Nutrition at Taipei Medical University invite applications for the post of Associate Professor in School of Nutritional and Health Sciences. Type of Contract : Fulltime job description Taipei Medical University is looking for a motivated faculty member with a PhD. degree with outstanding academic …

Read More »

Chronicle’s Most Read World Microscopy Record in ’21

In 2020, four of the five most read stories in the Cornell Chronicle were related to the pandemic. This year, as of December 1, there was only one COVID-19 story in the top 20 – a reflection of the “new normal” after a year like no other. Of Chronicle’s 10 …

Read More »

Mississippi College professor wins history book award

JACKSON, Mississippi (AP) – A book written by an associate professor of history at Mississippi College has won a Mississippi Historical Society award. Christian Pinnen’s Complexion of Empire in Natchez, Race and Slavery in the Mississippi Borderlands was named the best Mississippi history book in 2021. Pinnen is an Associate …

Read More »

Remembering Jacqueline Satchell, MD

The Department of Internal Medicine organized the first honorary rounds of Dr. Jackie Satchell on November 4, 2021 during the major medical rounds. The event commemorated the life and work of Jacqueline Rosemarie Satchell, MD, an assistant professor of medicine (general practice) and a leading clinician educator in the general …

Read More »

Gokhale appointed biotechnology secretary; Wecewicz receives the alumni award

Gokhale becomes government secretary for biotechnology Rajesh Gokhale, who studies tuberculosis at the Indian National Institute of Immunology in New Delhi, has been appointed secretary of the Indian Department of Biotechnology. He took up his duties in this new position on November 1. Rajesh gokhale The Department of Biotechnology, which …

Read More »

Zephyr Teachout New York Attorney General Run Is On – NBC New York

Law professor Zephyr Teachout has suspended a campaign to become New York State’s next attorney general. The announcement came over the weekend and days after current Attorney General Letitia James suspended her own gubernatorial candidacy to run for re-election. “Our campaign for the New York attorney general has always been …

Read More »

Applause – Community

What does the instant loan impact my score on credit? It is contingent on a number of variables. If you’re trying to improve your credit score, it is possible through requesting a loan that has no history check. You must also be regularly paying them back to establish a track record …

Read More »

Faculty Council discusses four-credit schedule

The Ithaca College faculty council discussed a four-credit schedule and shared governance at the college at its last fall semester meeting on December 7. During the open portion of the meeting, Laura Gras, Professor and Chair of the Department of Physiotherapy, opened the conversation by raising the concerns of faculty …

Read More »

UC Berkeley math professor among trio named winners of Ciprian Foias First Prize in Operator Theory | Indian of the world

Nikhil Srivastava, Native American Associate Professor of Mathematics at UC Berkeley, is the recipient, along with Adam Marcus and Daniel Spielman, of the 2022 Ciprian Foias Prize in Operator Theory from the American Mathematical Society. The prize rewards the highly original work of three researchers who have introduced and developed …

Read More »

New Frontiers classroom named for father-son duo and its impact on agricultural education

Friday, December 3, 2021 Media contact: Mandy Gross | Senior Manager, Strategic Communications and Special Projects | 405-744-4063 | [email protected] For Phil and Ruth Terry of Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, supporting Oklahoma State University’s New Frontiers campaign as major donors to build a new OSU education, research and extension center for …

Read More »

Study documents and visualizes genes associated with hearing loss in the inner ear

Researchers at Uppsala University were able to document and visualize genes associated with hearing loss in the human inner ear, in a unique collaborative study between otosurgeons and geneticists. The results show that discrete subcellular structures in the human auditory organ, the cochlea, are involved in the variation in the …

Read More »

At UF, someone used “critic” and “race” in a sentence. Trouble ensued.

Chris Busey’s page on the University of Florida website states that he is an associate professor at the College of Education, “where he primarily teaches courses for the Critical Studies in Race, Ethnicity and Culture specialization.” But according to a grievance he filed this week through the faculty union, the …

Read More »

Thirty-two women in STEM honored at UW’s Own It! Price | New

November 29, 2021 Thirty-two women were recognized at the sixth annual edition of Own It! from the University of Wyoming. Prize-giving ceremony on November 15. The people pictured in the back row, from left to right, are Erica Belmont, Courtney Rainbolt, Deanna Lind, Makayla Loveland, Annie Bergman, Shawna McBride, Kristin …

Read More »

UMich study reveals vulnerability of mental health in COVID-19 patients

Regardless of mental health history, pre-existing medical conditions, and severity of illness, people hospitalized with COVID-19 had higher levels of PTSD, anxiety, and loneliness compared to those hospitalized for unrelated illnesses to COVID at the time of release, a recent report published by researchers at the University of Michigan concluded. …

Read More »

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 …

Read More »

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 …

Read More »

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 …

Read More »

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 …

Read More »

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, …

Read More »

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 …

Read More »

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 …

Read More »

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 …

Read More »

Obituary – Malcolm Alfred Lowther

Malcolm Alfred Lowther, professor emeritus of education, died at home on October 7 after a short illness. Malcolm Alfred Lowther He was born August 19, 1924 in Detroit, the son of Alfred H. Lowther and Joyce Scribner Lowther. In 1949, he married Mary Louise Young, with whom he had two …

Read More »

The time has come to get the lead out of Kan water.

Department of Political Science, Wichita State University. “/>Alexandra Middlewood, PhD, is aassistant professor at Department of Political Science, Wichita State University. According to a national study released by the American Medical Association last month, 65% of children in Kansas have high levels of lead in their blood – 15 points …

Read More »

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 …

Read More »

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 …

Read More »

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 …

Read More »

What was the real secret to Van Gogh’s success?

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. – Before developing his famous “drip technique,” ​​abstract artist Jackson Pollock dabbled in drawing, printmaking, and surreal paintings of humans, animals and nature. According to a new study involving researchers at the Penn State College of Information Sciences and Technology, this period of exploration followed by the …

Read More »