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Bucknell welcomes the new dean of the College of Engineering | News

LEWISBURG — Bucknell University has hired Brad Putman as Dean Richard E. Garman of the College of Engineering following a nationwide search. Putman will start at Bucknell on July 1. Putman has served as Associate Dean for Undergraduate Studies at Clemson University’s College of Engineering, Computing and Applied Sciences since …

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Rusty Mae Moore, educator and transgender activist, dies at 80

In the late 1950s, Ms. Moore moved to Evanston, Illinois to attend Northwestern University. She studied business with a minor in Russian studies. While at Northwestern, Ms. Moore met Nancy Voigt Wedemeyer; they married in 1963. Soon after, they moved to Medford, Massachusetts, where Ms. Moore earned a master’s degree …

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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 …

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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 …

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Hirings and promotions SC | Business

Architecture Tammy Griffin joined Architecture Liollio as an administrative assistant. She has 19 years of experience as a paralegal. Banking Blake Dressler was promoted to president of the Charleston market at First trusted bank. Previously, he was senior vice president and senior commercial lender. He has over 13 years of …

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New Haven educator named Northeast Language Teacher of the Year

NEW HAVEN, CT — New Haven Spanish teacher Trudy Anderson has been named Teacher of the Year by the Northeastern Conference on Foreign Language Education, and in November she will enter a national competition. Anderson has taught in New Haven public schools for 30 years. Currently, she teaches sixth through …

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Over 60? This Kind of Cardio Can Sharpen Your Brain Fast, According to Science – Eat This, Not That

When people joke about getting old, it’s quite common to hear the age-old phrase, “You’re only as old as you feel.” Well, if you feel like you’re getting older, either mentally or physically, it’s time to start taking action. It’s always a good idea to take a walk every day …

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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 …

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Business People – February 12, 2022 | Bismarck-Mandan Economic News

BPS announces new directors Four elementary schools in Bismarck will have new principals for the 2022-23 school year, according to Bismarck Public Schools. Marcia Dorrheim will hold the position at Sunrise Elementary. She has been an educator for almost 20 years and has worked for BPS since 2015. Melissa hurt …

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Lula drops hints on Brazil’s economic plans if re-elected

Ahead of a presidential election he is favorite to win for the third time, Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva has argued that one way to solve Brazil’s problems is to “put the poor on the budget” and “tax the rich.” “. The man known as Lula made it clear in …

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Child care workers are disappearing and it’s hurting the whole economy

And now it’s starting to go back. Workforce reductions – coupled with the continued challenges of low wages and unequal benefits for workers – have economists and policy experts sounding the alarm: if this industry falters further, it could cause problems to the entire labor market as working parents scramble …

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NC State College of Education Distinguished Professor Hollylynne S. Lee Receives Cherry Award for Outstanding Teaching

Hollylynne S. Lee, Professor Emeritus of Mathematics and Statistics Education at NC State’s College of Education, has been named the 2022 recipient of Baylor University’s Robert Foster Cherry Award for Outstanding Teaching. The biennial award, which comes with a $250,000 prize, honors faculty with exceptional teaching skills who are known …

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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; …

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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., …

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Frank Dale Christensen | Obituary

June 26, 1934 – December 14, 2021 Frank Dale Christensen passed away on December 14 at Prestige West Hills Senior Living with a loving family and caregivers by his bedside. Frank was born on June 26, 1934 to parents Fred and Anna (Moser) Christensen in Coquille. He was very proud …

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American coronavirus: Americans could face a different reality in January as Covid-19 sweeps the country, experts warn

“Omicron is really everywhere,” Dr. Megan Ranney, professor of emergency medicine at Brown University’s School of Public Health, told CNN Friday night. “What worries me the most over the next month is that our economy is going to shut down, not because of the policies of the federal government or …

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Sally Smith Levy Obituary – The Burlington Free Press

Sally Smith Levy Middlebury – Sally Smith Levy, 91, of Middlebury and South Burlington, passed away peacefully on November 29, 2021. Sally was born on May 8, 1930 in Saranac Lake, NY, daughter of Sarah A. and Elmer W. Smith. Sally grew up in Saranac Lake and attended Saranac Lake …

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COVID takes the life of beloved Seton teacher, 42

By Ken Sain, Editor-in-chief Life was looking for Vanessa Lopez Delgado. She had just bought a new home for her family and landed what she called her “dream job” teaching dance at Seton Catholic Preparatory. The 42-year-old woman died on December 9, one of more than 23,000 people in Arizona …

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Tracy Camp appointed Computing Research Associati

image: Dr Tracy’s Camp see Following Credit: ARC Washington, DC – The Computing Research Association (CRA) announced today that Dr. Tracy Camp will become the organization’s fourth executive director in its 50-year history. Camp, currently head of the computer science department at the Colorado School of Mines (Mines), brings to …

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New study reveals real reason for Millennium Bridge sway

A new study by an international team of engineers and mathematicians, led by Georgia State University and the University of Bristol, has uncovered the true cause of the infamous “oscillation” of London’s Millennium Bridge. The pedestrian crossing over the Thames between Tate Modern and St Paul’s Cathedral opened in June …

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Wike Faults FG on Boosting National Economy Overshadows Health Commissioner

Nyesom wike Blessing of Ibunge in Port Harcourt Rivers State Governor Nyesom Wike criticized the federal government’s policy of stimulating the national economy. The governor said the federal government was not interested in revitalizing the national economy, noting that economic stimulus programs had failed on all fronts. The governor made …

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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 …

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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 …

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Researchers sound the alarm on ‘predatory’ rankings – Retraction Watch

Hey, researchers and universities, do you want to be included in a new ranking system? No problem, just pay some money. Tanvir Ahmed, a post-doctoral fellow at North Carolina State University in Raleigh, says this year has seen an increase in reporting – for example from Bangladesh, Kashmir and Nigeria …

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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 …

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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 …

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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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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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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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John (Jack) Rudolph Erdody, 76

WILMINGTON – John (Jack) Rudolph Erdody, 76, of Wilmington, North Carolina, passed away on Monday, November 8, 2021 at New Hanover Regional Medical Center with his family by his side. Jack was born May 2, 1945 in Elizabeth, New Jersey, son of the late Zoltan and Elsie Erdody, and raised …

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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 …

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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 …

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How to help students interact with faculty and staff

Colleges are more than departments, buildings, and classrooms. They are organizations made up of resources and relationships. Supportive relationships on campus generate such valuable resources that we shouldn’t sit idly by and wait for them to form. By proactively investing in a relational scaffolding that guides and supports students as …

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ASU supply chain professor named INFORMS Fellow 2021

October 29, 2021 John Fowler, Motorola Professor of Supply Chain Management at the WP Carey School of Business, was recognized in October as an INFORMS Fellow 2021, one of the highest honors in the operations research profession. Fowler, who began his academic career at Arizona State University in 1995, was …

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Grow Your Own Teacher programs take off

Thank you for supporting Montana Free Press and for being part of our community. Your donation makes this and all of our other local reporting possible. A donation to Montana Free Press goes beyond the newsroom. We uncover the truth, explain key news and hold those in power accountable. The …

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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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Dr Lyle Hawkins | Obituaries

Dr Lyle Eugene Hawkins February 11, 1932 – September 19, 2021 Dr Lyle Eugene Hawkins died on September 19, 2021 at Union Hospital. He was born in Memphis, Tennessee, on February 11, 1932, to Charles A. and Lillian Jacoby Hawkins. He was the youngest of 3 children. Lyle was an …

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Professional English Network Online Winter term 2022 (starts September 28 – November 23, 2021)

The Online Professional English Network offers 8-week online college-level courses in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages ​​(TESOL) developed by educational institutions in the United States. What courses are available? Arizona State University Online Course Creation and Implementation * New * English as a Medium of Instruction (EMI) by …

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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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Karen Hollebrands appointed Associate Dean for Research and Innovation at the College of Education

Karen Hollebrands, Ph.D., Professor of Mathematics Education and Distinguished Undergraduate Graduate, will be the Associate Dean for Research and Innovation at NC State College of Education, effective October 1. Hollebrands has been the Interim Associate Dean of the College of Education for Research and Innovation since July 15, 2020. “As …

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CATHEY: 113 years of Oklahoma School of Mines and Metallurgy at Eastern Oklahoma State College | Local News

The Oklahoma Territorial Legislature of 1890 passed a law creating three institutions of higher education in order to meet a requirement of the Organic Act of Congress establishing the territory. Congress demanded that the territory establish three types of public higher education: liberal arts and vocational education, agricultural education and …

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North County School News, August 22

CARLSBAD The Academy welcomes a new president Mark Desjardins was named the next president of the Académie de l’Armée et de la Marine. He was selected after a seven-month executive search to run the academy, a college-preparatory military boarding school for middle and high school boys. He will succeed retired …

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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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Carolinas AGC honors construction leaders

CHARLOTTE, North Carolina, August 3, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Carolinas AGC is proud to announce the 2020 CAGC Hall of Fame and Hall of Fame Heritage winners. These winners, two who have left an incredible legacy to our industry and four who still pave the way for future leaders, …

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United Spinal announces four new board appointments

NEW YORK, July 20, 2021 / PRNewswire / – United Spinal Association today announced that it has appointed Javier Robles, assistant professor at Rutgers University; Dr David Mann, Senior researcher at Mathematica; Christophe Pangilinan, head of global policy, public transport at Uber; and Keaston White, Lawyer-Advisor in the Office of …

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In memory: Djibril Diol, 1990-2020

Djibril Diol Tribute to an outstanding engineering graduate Djibril Diol immigrated to the United States from Senegal to pursue a college education, and he achieved his goal at Colorado State University in December 2018, when he was recognized as an outstanding graduate of Walter Scott. , Jr. College of Engineering. …

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Warren Janke – GRAND BEND FORUM

ALBUQUERQUE, NM – Warren Janke, 71, died on June 25, 2021 in Albuquerque. Born in Great Bend, Kan., Son of Raymond and Ruth Janke, he spent his early years growing up on the family farm. He attended Claflin Schools and graduated from Kansas State University with a bachelor’s degree in …

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Students in the News, July 10

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – Nick Hudson of Bemidji recently graduated with a master’s degree in chemistry from the University of Utah in Salt Lake City. Students in the region receive TEAM Industries scholarships BEMIDJI – The following area students recently received the TEAM Industries Don Ricke scholarship. Bagley: Brycen …

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Press room | Indiana State University

Legendary Indiana State alumnus and professor emeritus Duane Klueh has donated $ 100,000 to create the Duane and Mary Alice Klueh Endowment in support of the men’s basketball program. The gift will honor the long-standing bond Klueh and his late wife have with the university. Klueh was an All-America basketball …

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Grant helps UHCL professor study meteorites from Mars

A $ 2,847 grant from NASA contractor Barrios Technology sends Daniel Imrecke, associate professor of geology and environmental science at the University of Houston-Clear Lake, in a new, less earthly direction. As a structural geologist, Imrecke studies the origin and evolution of mountain ranges. “I am entering a new field, …

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