Academic projects

AI startup Cohere launches non-profit research lab

Joina startup creating great language models to rival those of Open AI, today announced the launch of a non-profit research lab: Cohere For AI. Led by Google alumnus Sara Hooker, Cohere says Cohere Labs will strive to solve some of the industry’s toughest challenges by contributing “fundamental research” to the …

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Rotary emphasizes peace

Written by Sharon Raffer Pictured L-R: Coronado Rotary President Rob Taylor, President-Elect LuAnn Miller, Fellow of Rotary Nancy Nguyen; Sharon Raffer, Co-Chair of Peace Projects; and District 5340 Governor and Coronado Rotarian Dan Gensler. The Rotary Club of Coronado proudly celebrated Rotary International’s announcement of Nancy Nguyen’s selection as a …

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Research Associate, Academic Unit of Clinical and Health Sciences (ARAS) with UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA

Based at UniSA Clinical & Health Sciences on the City West campus Two full-time fixed-term contracts until December 22, 2023 Starting salary: $90,451 per year (plus 17% superannuation) About the role Reporting directly to the Lloyd Sansom Chair in Biomaterials Engineering and Nanomedicine, as a Research …

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Chicago Public Schools Unveils Updated $9.5 Billion Budget for Next School Year

Chicago Public Schools on Tuesday unveiled a 2022-23 district budget totaling $9.5 billion, up about $200 million, or about 2%, from this school year. Under its proposed plan, the district is preparing to spend more on about 1,600 additional teaching and other staff positions, expanded professional development and facilities projects …

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Uvalde library struggles to be a summer haven after school shooting

Eight days after 19 students and two teachers were killed in their classroom at Robb Elementary in Uvalde, children’s librarian Martha Carreon sat in front of several children at the El Progreso Memorial Library for her weekly story hour. She had done the same only 24 hours after the massacre. …

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Lu Young: Portrait of a learning process prepares Kentucky students for life after high school

As schools moved away from the high-stakes accountability environment of No Child Left Behind in 2015, many Kentucky schools and districts began a journey toward deeper, more personalized learning as a pathway to equity for ALL learners. During this journey, education officials across the Commonwealth have committed to developing a …

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Omnibus law could curb Chinese energy investment in Indonesia

As the Indonesian government races against time to revise the controversial Jobs Creation Act – popularly known as the Omnibus Act – questions remain as to the impact these revisions, and the nature of the law itself, might have on the delivery of energy investments and mining companies, one of …

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ACHS Capstone Graduates Honored – The Taylorsville Times

CAPSTONE GRADUATES – Alexander Central High School’s 2022 Capstone graduates are pictured above, left to right: front row – Mary Slagle, Rachel Anderson, Cassidy Caskaddon, Sarah Beth Inman and Briley Walker; back row – Harrison Brashear, Bodie King, Hunter Jamison, Connor Zink, Jackson Reid and Corban Parker. (Photo courtesy of …

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Students at UH West Oʻahu, Japan learn together through COIL

University of Hawaii-West Oʻahu students can get the feel of a study abroad experience through collaborative international online learning, or REELwhich brings together international classes through online technology to enable students to learn and work with each other. Business management teacher Keith Sakuda taught REEL lessons for uh West Oʻahu …

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Srinagar Smart City Limited Holds Interactive Session at IUST

Extending its focus on community awareness, the Islamic University of Science and Technology (IUST) on Thursday held a special conference jointly with the Srinagar Smart City Limited (SSCL) on its development projects. On this occasion, General director – Planning and Urban Development in Srinagar Smart City Limited, Anuj Malhotra was …

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NMMC schools will teach environmental awareness with green initiatives

ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES will no longer be just a subject in the civic schools of the Navi Mumbai Municipal Corporation (NMMC). Based on the concept of schools in the Netherlands, NMMC decided to develop green schools where structural and other changes will be implemented to teach environmental safety by example. The …

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SHBE will review the list of capital projects

The North Dakota Council on Higher Education will be asked in the coming months to review eleven proposed capital projects to forward to the governor and legislature for possible funding. A draft 2023-2025 document was presented to the Budget and Finance Committee on Thursday. Projects are the number one priority …

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Projects share £2.5m fund to support green recovery

Businesses, colleges and councils will share £2.5million to support young people across the region and drive clean growth on the road to net zero. Projects ranging from new youth centers supporting unemployed young people to a new purpose-built facility to deliver STEM education and training will receive grants from the …

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Grant funding will increase calculus courses to support engineering student success

University calculus courses can often have a negative and inequitable impact on student success in STEM, as these challenging but foundational courses can act as a barrier to success for students from communities that have historically been underrepresented in these fields. A state-funded seed grant California Learning Lab will be …

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Washington Catholic High School Graduation Set for May 21 | News

Washington Catholic High School will present diplomas to 18 graduates at 1 p.m. on Saturday, May 21, 2022 in the high school gymnasium. Following Reverend Paul Ferguson’s invocation, Principal Karie Craney will offer introductory remarks. The welcome speech will then be delivered by MonteLee Norton. Valedictors Logan Craney, Alyssa Davison …

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Wawasee Superintendent Submits Maintenance Report to School Board

Thursday, May 12, 2022 9:46 PM SYRACUSE — As the Wawasee School Board meeting drew to a close Tuesday night, Superintendent Steve Troyer delivered his report focusing on maintenance repairs, preventative measures and equipment upgrades already begun. in places such as Wawasee Middle School.One of the projects …

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TUC threatens to join ASUU strike as NANS issues nine-day ultimatum

The Trade Union Congress (TUC), one of Nigeria’s main merged unions, has threatened to launch a solidarity strike with the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) to force the government to address workers’ concerns and reopen the universities. In a statement released on Tuesday, a copy of which was obtained …

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Evangel University Holds Four-Day Garage Sale for Scholarships

Evangel University Advocates, formerly known as the Auxiliary, gear up for their annual colossal sale to raise money for scholarships and academic projects. The sale will take place May 18-21 at the Mabee Fitness Center on the northwest side of Evangel’s campus. The Advocates, made up of alumni and supporters, …

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Find out which Klein ISD bond accessories have support from mail-in voters and early voters

Melanie Feuk, Personal editor May 7, 2022 Klein ISD called for a bond election at their regular meeting scheduled for Tuesday, February 15, 2022. The bond proposes to fund many new projects, including new buildings and equipment, and a new sports stadium. Paul Wedding / Staff Photo Unofficial results from …

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Open science: still a long way to go

Open Science promotes a model of scientific research in which the results and all the data generated during the research are made available to society in order to create a more collaborative, democratic and transparent science system in all its phases. A study of Juliana Rafaghellimember of the [email protected] group …

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Urge the OPRF to prioritize, lest it take years to build the labs, field, etc. necessary – Chicago Tribune

On May 9, Oak Park and River Forest High School District 200 will hold an open house for Project 1, including a promotional tour of its proposed spaces for Project 2. Project 1 includes much-needed upgrades to dozens of college spaces at the OPRF, such as the renovation of 65 …

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What makes a good engineer? – USC Viterbi

USC Viterbi senior Ashley Dunning (Photo/Marc Ballon) What makes a good engineer? What responsibilities to society do engineers have? How can an engineer find purpose in life? How can engineering become more inclusive? A group of 18 USC Viterbi students, with the help of two graduate student moderators, tackled these …

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The UNCP expands its academic partnerships with the ECU

PEMBROKE — Students graduating from UNC Pembroke look forward to furthering their education at the best graduate schools in our state, and ECU is an obvious choice. For years, and in many other programs, UNCP students have been admitted to ECU for masters and doctoral level studies. Academic leaders …

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Here are the winners of the Rome Prize for Literature 2022-2023. ‹ Literary Center

April 25, 2022, 4:05 p.m. The American Academy in Rome, America’s oldest center for independent study abroad in advanced research in the arts and humanities, announced the winners of the Prix de Rome. Winners receive a stipend, workspace, room and board on the Academy campus in Rome. The Prix de …

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DOST’s I-Cradle Program to Boost MSMEs, Awards €25 Million Per Project

Industry-academia collaborations are important in solving problems for Philippine businesses, especially micro, small, and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs). The role of industry and academic research, development and innovation is very important in upgrading MSME products and procedures. The Department of Science and Technology (DOST) highlighted these crucial partnerships when launching the …

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n-Lorem and the Wolverine Foundation Collaborate to Support Personalized ASO Drug Discovery and Development for Nano-Rare Patients

n-Lorem Received $3 Million Gift to Support ASO Research and Discovery Efforts SAN DIEGO, April 21, 2022–(BUSINESS WIRE)–n-Lorem, a non-profit foundation, today announced that the Wolverine Foundation has donated $3 million to support n-Lorem’s efforts to discover and deliver investigational antisense oligonucleotide (ASO) drugs for nano-rare patients (1 to 30 …

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Analysis: The war in Ukraine severs academic ties between Russia and the West

register here for The 74’s daily newsletter. Donate here to support The 74’s independent journalism. Since Russian President Vladimir Putin invaded Ukraine on 24 February 2022universities across Europe and the United States have condemned the war and completely cut ties with Russia. In the following questions and answers, Arik Burakovsky, …

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Bellot and Geiss named marshals of the 2023 senior class

Simone Bellot and Michael “MP” Geiss have been named marshals of the University’s 2023 senior class. Bellot and Geiss will represent their class and lead the student motorcade at the 2023 graduation ceremony. Throughout their senior year, Bellot and Geiss will be the representatives of all universities for the class …

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Pasadena Unified Announces Selection of District Administrators

Shannon Malone and Robert Hernandez (Photos – PUSD) PASADENA- ColoradoBoulevard.net: Pasadena Unified School District (PUSD) Superintendent Brian McDonald announced Monday, April 11 the selection of two district administrators to join the central office academic team. By News Desk Shannon Malone, Ed.D., currently Principal of Washington STEAM Multilingual Academy (renamed Octavia …

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College students express concern over offline university exams

Maharashtra students are worried about mode of examination as university exams approach. State universities have the option of taking exams offline or online. As a result, universities differ in their examination methods and students are concerned about getting decent grades. The majority of the curriculum is covered online and students …

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The power of art to save history and change the future

The March 8-10 gathering brought together scholars, filmmakers, architects, artists, art critics, archaeologists, writers, photographers and musicians, some of them world-renowned. The Sharjah meeting was the first part of this year’s Ghana World Season and was held under the theme ‘Starting Sites/Returning Sites’. The second part of the conference, themed …

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Scooter Braun’s SB Projects Fund Children of Heroes Scholarship

Scooter Braun’s SB Projects has announced a new partnership with the First Responders Children’s Foundation for the Children of Heroes Scholarship, which aims to support the children of first responders and medical personnel directly impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. The Children of Heroes Scholarship is valued at $600,000 and will …

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Samsung unveils futuristic projects to fund

Samsung Electronics and its technology foundation said on Tuesday they are spending 48.65 billion won ($40 million) this year to fund 27 new research projects on futuristic technologies ranging from anti-aging to new materials for fleas. The tech giant has been supporting local researchers and their work through the Samsung …

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New Clinton School Dean to Build on Success of Academic Programs and Continued Partnerships

Dr. Victoria DeFrancesco Soto, the new dean of the Clinton School of Public Service at the University of Arkansas, is no stranger to politics, political science or public service. As she approaches her first 100 days as head of the Little Rock campus, she sees a great foundation for success …

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Scooter Braun, First Responders Children’s Foundation Announces Scholarship – Billboard

The First Responders Children’s Foundation announced the Children of Heroes Scholarship on Thursday, which comes in partnership with music director Scooter Braun and his media company SB Projects. The University Scholarship aims to support the children of frontline medical workers and first responders who have been directly affected by the …

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Groveport Madison is planning big projects; the city also shares tax revenue with schools

By Rick PalsgroveGroveport Editor The Groveport Madison Board of Education has approved a $990,136 contract with VSWC Architects for services on the district’s capital improvement project. The project includes a new $4.6 million bus garage (which will be located on district-owned land at the northeast corner of Bixby and Hendron …

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‘An Introduction to Management Consulting’ gets an upgrade

Associate professor and former strategy consultant Marc Baaij has published a second edition of his book ‘An Introduction to Management Consulting’. The book for practitioners and students provides essential management knowledge as applied by the world’s leading management consulting firms. With nearly four decades of experience in the professional services …

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Fahey’s work is universal in scope – CSB / SJU

As she approached the end of her first year at Collège Saint-Benoît, Molly Fahey 2005 reconsidered her decision to major in physics. Classes had turned out to be more difficult than she had expected, and she wasn’t sure that was always the right way to go. Enter Amy Hendrickson, his …

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Taylor Randall inaugurated as the 17th president of the University of Utah

New University of Utah President Taylor R. Randall outlined an ambitious plan for growth — measured by numbers, but also by community impact — in his inaugural address this week. The talk, titled “Re-Imagine U: Inspiration, Innovation, and Impact,” builds on the U’s core principles of equity, diversity, and inclusion; …

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Ban Ki-moon Center Global Citizen Scholarship Program 2022 for young Africans

Deadline: April 3, 2022, 11:00 p.m. CET Ban Ki-moon Center Global Citizen Scholarship Program 2022 for young Africans The Global Citizen Fellowship Program empowers young leaders who are active global citizens who are committed to the SDGs and who otherwise may not have access to valuable educational opportunities, networking experiences …

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Will US Restrictions on Russia Hurt Academic Exchange?

Nations around the world have already established economic, cultural and travel restrictions on Russia. Now colleges across the United States are facing pressure to implement educational limits against the country. The restrictions could affect the exchange of students between the two countries. And they could end research projects that receive …

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PhD Fellowship, Information Architecture and Forensic Data Analytics Work with SWINBURNE UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY

Become a leader in emerging digital technologies Placement with a leading industrial partner $33,413 per year for up to 3.5 years (full-time, term) This is an opportunity to undertake your PhD in an innovative HDR training program with the Australian Research Council (ARC) Center for Industrial …

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MD JKPCC undertakes 10-day field visit to inspect progress of construction projects – India Education | Latest Education News | World Education News

JAMMU: To expedite the ongoing works and monitor progress on the ground, Rajesh Kumar Shavan, Managing Director of JKPCC Ltd., embarked on a 10-day field visit to inspect the pace of progress of the ongoing projects at J&K. On March 12, 2022, the General Manager inspected …

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5 Ethereum Killers to Watch in 2022

Image source: Getty Images Ethereum (ETH) was the first cryptocurrency to introduce smart contracts. These are tiny pieces of code that live on the blockchain and mean developers can build apps and other projects on the network. For years, Ethereum has been the undisputed leader in this space and it …

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Colgate® Announces 2022 Colgate Award for Research Excellence (CARE) Winners | 2022-03-08 | Press Releases

Colgate-Palmolive is pleased to announce this year’s winners of the Colgate Award for Research Excellence (CARE), which supports oral health research projects across multiple disciplines. The CARE program identifies and supports the next generation of academic researchers by providing $30,000 (per project) as Colgate-Palmolive continues to reinvent a healthier future …

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How does design education address sustainability?

Leaders in design education are teaching a new generation to think like sustainability innovators rather than designers. By Henry Wong March 4, 2022 2:02 p.m. March 4, 2022 2:21 p.m. When it comes to the climate crisis, there is no right answer. As our Design, Climate, Action series highlights, designers …

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Celebration features inspiring stories about building futures

X Celebration features inspiring stories about building futures X Jessica Day, Mayor of Knightdale and Virginia Gray, Mayor of Wendell X Amilcar Rodriguez, graduate X Leslie Isenhour, Head of Wake Tech’s Biotechnology Department and Director of the BioNetwork Capstone Center and Joe Owen, Senior Director of Human Resources at Lilly …

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GBMc graduate and scientist Bradley Phillips will address the CSES club

submitted Bradley Philips (left) and Travis Gasnier of GBMc & Associates are both graduates of Bumpers College’s Department of Crop, Soil and Environmental Sciences. Bradley Phillips, Principal Owner and Principal Investigator at GBMc & Associates, is the guest speaker for an open conference with the U of …

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Syria welcomes Iranian technology and expertise for development

TEHRAN — Salam Safaf, Syria’s Minister of Administrative Development, said his country welcomes Iranian technology and expertise for conducting development projects. “In many cases, there are necessary infrastructure and manpower in Syria, but we need the technology to be indigenized to implement development projects,” IRNA quoted Safaf as saying. She …

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Germany ends academic collaboration with Russia over war in Ukraine

Germany said all collaboration with Russia in education and research was “immediately halted”, amid growing condemnation of its invasion of Ukraine. The German Ministry of Education and Research noted that the Russian attack was “a serious violation of international law without any justification. There must be serious consequences. “By its …

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Yoash Dvir takes the reins of Technion Australia – The Australian Jewish News

HOW to stand out in a crowded field? It’s an issue that Yoash Dvir has tackled since his recent appointment as CEO of Technion Australia, the local organization that supports the Technion – Israel Institute of Technology. Although the Haifa-based university has consistently made it to the world’s top 100 …

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USG discusses focus on mental health for next term

On Sunday, February 20, the Undergraduate Student Government (USG) discussed ideas to improve mental health on campus, endorsed a new student group – Princeton Blockchain Society – and allocated funds for an event of the Muslim Student Association (MSA). Ahead of this week’s meeting, USG President Mayu Takeuchi ’23 asked …

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Fourteen Field Hockey Leopards Recognized by National Field Hockey Coaches Association for Fall Academics – The Lafayette

The Leopards joined more than 1,370 field hockey players recognized for their academic excellence in the past semester. Lafayette is one of 80 institutions honored by the National Field Hockey Coaches Association (NFHCA) and awarded 14 Lafayette field hockey players for their academic achievements. Announced last Tuesday, players needed a …

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Evangel president rolls out 18-month strategic plan

Evangel University President Mike Rakes on Tuesday discussed new development and academic projects coming to the school as part of his recently launched strategic plan. Rakes, the February interview guest for the Springfield Business Journal’s People You Need to Know series 12, said two projects, improved theater lighting and a …

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Trout Clout: Voice Your Support for Southern Rainbow Trout Listing

MEET THE AUTHORS Peter Moyle is Emeritus Professor Emeritus of the Department of Wildlife, Fish, and Conservation Biology and Associate Director of the Center for Watershed Sciences at UC Davis. He has authored or co-authored over 240 publications, including Inland Fishes of California (2002). He is co-author of the 2017 …

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‘Energy is becoming a luxury’: UrbanChain boss on green washing, job creation and globalization

The role of rising energy prices in driving up the cost of living in the UK has not been far from the headlines in recent weeks. With the recent bankruptcy of many suppliers and the lifting of the energy cap in April, the pressure on public and business finances has …

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Manning Family Foundation offers $3 million gift to UMass Amherst to expand commercialization pipeline

Alumnus Paul Manning ’77 and his wife, Diane, have committed $3 million through their family foundation to expand the Manning Innovation Program at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. The gift provides three years of support to advance a strong and sustainable commercialization pipeline of the university’s applied and translational …

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Cypress Woods High School (Texas) Named Winner of National Football Foundation Academic Excellence Award

Cypress Woods High School in Cypress, Texas is the first recipient of the first National Football Foundation (NFF) National High School Academic Excellence Award which recognizes the top individual high school football team in the nation for excellence in the classroom. Cypress Woods was chosen as one of 62 finalist …

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Dave Harris, longtime NJ public defender in New Brunswick, dies at 80

David Jefferson Harris Jr. is remembered as a civil rights leader in New Brunswick whose legacy was to defend New Brunswick children. Harris, longtime executive director of the Greater New Brunswick Day Care Council and the Mae J. Strong Child Development Center, died Saturday. He was 80 years old. A …

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University of Arizona archives devoted to the study of video games

TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) — As far as games go, Ken McAllister and Judd Ruggill aren’t playing. The two University of Arizona humanities professors have spent the past two decades quietly assembling what is probably the world’s largest archive devoted to the study of video games and gaming culture. The Learning …

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Hopewell–Bloomington Hospital Site Redevelopment | City of Bloomington, Indiana

The City of Bloomington is pleased to announce that “Hope Well” will be the name of the new neighborhood that will be created following the dismantling and demolition of the former IU Health Bloomington campus on West 2nd Street. The name Hopewell has a long history of association with the …

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Activities and Service Projects Celebrate Catholic School Week | Education

QUINCY — A pancake. A shark. A plane. Guesses came quickly when St. Peter’s freshman Gunnar Lair waved the pen during a Pictionary game with his classmates. “You got it. It’s a plane,” teacher Lori Bertram said. “Good job, first grade.” A short break from play during the reading workshop …

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Lecturer or Lecturer in International Health (R&T) at KINGS COLLEGE LONDON

job descriptionThis is an exceptional development opportunity for an innovative and talented individual who wants to advance research and education that identifies, develops and evaluates ways to deliver health care to patients and families in countries around the world. high, middle and low income. We are keen for our Faculty …

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Georgia Tech is among the top 10 Poets and Quants for Best Undergraduate Business Schools for 2022

Georgia Institute of Technology / Poets&Quants Poets&Quants for Undergrads, the leading online news publication for undergraduate business education, has released its sixth annual ranking of the best undergraduate business schools 2022. Georgia Institute for Technology is in the top 10. This year’s ranking will include 95 schools, up from 93 …

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Monash Leads the Way in Latest Round of ARC Funding Grants – India Education | Latest Education News | World Education News

Monash continued its strong performance in the Australian Research Council’s latest funding round, with more than $29.7 million shared among 65 ARC discovery projects. Approved in December 2021, Monash has the most projects of any university in Victoria funded through the scheme, which has allocated $258.6 million for 587 new …

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ROS vs ROS 2: Differences and practical applications

This article is part of TechXchange: ROS: robot operating system What you will learn: What are the intentions behind the robot’s operating system? Key Features of Noetic Ninjemys from ROS 1. Main features of Galactic Geochelone from ROS 2. the Robotic operating system (ROS), introduced by Open Robotics in 2007, …

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Asia Campus student takes advantage of an extraordinary opportunity | Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University

Mayer Sng (’22) ends his journey on the Asian campus of the Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in style by taking on a great challenge and an even greater opportunity. Sng, an aeronautics major, was chosen to be part of the Embry-Riddle team competing in NASA’s 2022 Revolutionary Aerospace Systems Concepts – …

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Counting the economic benefits of hosting Qatar 2022

Counting the economic benefits of hosting Qatar 2022 Dr Buthaina Hassan Al Ansari Jan 24, 2022 In 2014, the president of the International Football Federation (FIFA) declared that football is the greatest economic project in the world and that no company generates more income than this sport. Suffice it to …

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Mattoon Foundation for Academic Excellence Announces Grants | Community

MATTOON – The Community Foundation of Southeast Illinois is pleased to announce that it has awarded three Family Engagement Mini-Grants through the Mattoon Foundation Academic Excellence Fund. Mattoon School District’s Birth to 3 program received $1,000 for its community thanksgiving meal project. A Thanksgiving Community Meal was held at the …

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National Society Recognizes College of Engineering as “Academic Ally”

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pennsylvania – On behalf of the Penn State College of Engineering, Justin Schwartz, Dean Harold and Inge Marcus of the College of Engineering, and Esther Adhiambo Obonyo, Associate Professor of Engineering Design and Architectural Engineering and Director of the Global Building Network, received the Academic Ally Award from …

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Biology fieldwork produces research written by faculty and students at Schuylkill

Summer fieldwork pays dividends for undergraduate researchers Undergraduate research students play an important role in Redmond’s labor-intensive fieldwork. Many Redmond students choose to earn research credits or through honors program courses; others are simply interested in seeing what practical work in the field entails. Redmond notes that while the degree …

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Weekly horoscope (January 17 to 23): Cancer, Virgo, Aquarius; Find out what awaits you for the coming week

Coordinating with professional colleagues, sudden financial gains, and a pleasant family ethic are the salient themes that planetary alignment brings to us. Read your weekly predictions, based on your rising sign, to learn about the possibilities and precautions in detail. RAM People with the rising sign of Aries will face …

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‘Community of Enthusiasts’: Pitt’s Year of Data and Society set for Spring

As a political scientist and economist, Brennan Conway said he was excited about an upcoming virtual year of data and society. an event on January 28 census data. “As a poli-sci, I find redistribution and gerrymandering fascinating, so I am excited about an upcoming event on how census data is …

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Macroom School has the most entries in the BT Young Scientist exhibition

Pupils at St Mary’s High School in Macroom were ahead of the pack even before the annual BT Young Scientists and Technology Expo kicked off this week, as their school was confirmed to have the most projects during the final of the prestigious competition. Science teacher Jennifer Butler and colleague …

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Your journey to lead in a data-driven world starts here

The power of data cannot be understated. Today, every organization sits on a wealth of information that must be analyzed and converted into better organizational practices. The process of collecting, cleaning, analyzing data, and interpreting results is called data analysis, and the experts in charge of these conversions are data …

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W&L Staniar Gallery’s Daily Ethics Mosaic exhibition opens January 10

Posted on Saturday, January 8, 2022 at 9.45 a.m. Join AFP’s 100,000+ followers on Facebook Buy an AFP subscription Subscribe to AFP podcasts on itunes and Spotify News, press releases, letters to the editor: [email protected] Advertising requests: [email protected] The Daily Ethics Mosaic is an exciting new feature in this year’s …

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Ipsos MORI appoints Director of Economic Assessment

Ipsos MORI appoints Director of Economic Assessment January 6, 2022 Ipsos MORI Public Affairs has appointed Ricky Lawton Director of Economic Valuation, to work in various policy areas and apply economic valuation techniques to quantify and assess the economic, social and environmental impacts of policies. Lawton (pictured) joins after more …

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Faculty student research team to examine media portrayal of Native Americans

Hector Rendon Representations of indigenous populations in the news media are at the center of a research project funded and led by Hector Rendon, assistant professor of communication at the Newhouse School. The project, which will run from January to May, is funded by a grant from the Syracuse Office …

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Engineering initiative to train career-ready learners

LAS CRUCES – The College of Engineering at New Mexico State University has launched a pilot program to help students prepare to enter the workforce with work skills and experience. The Engineering Education Enrichment, e3 Initiative, is an after-school program funded by the National Science Foundation. The $ 2.1 million …

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TRIFED takes the initiative to carry out research projects around tribal development | Odisha News | Latest Odisha News

New Delhi: TRIFED has carried out several programs and initiatives to improve the livelihoods of tribes and work towards their empowerment. A major game-changing initiative that has been implemented by TRIFED in the recent past is the Van Dhan program, which is spearheading in 25 states and 307 districts with …

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Check Out These New Featured Jobs At Architecture Research Office, Studio DuBois, Tom Wiscombe Architecture, Ratcliff and Abodu | News

From Archinect’s vibrant community of architectural students and professionals, businesses and schools, we’ve selected five Featured Employers with exciting new job openings in New York, Los Angeles, Austin and in the San Francisco Bay Area. Browse these listings below and visit Archinect Jobs for more opportunities. Based in New York …

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We were on break – The Vanderbilt Hustler

Today more than ever, students need to step away from their studies and Vanderbilt must respect those limits. Before the Thanksgiving break, waves of homesickness hit me harder than ever. the added the obligations, social opportunities and anxiety that come with college in person, not to mention the infamous fraternity …

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53 graduated officers from Indian army graduated Btech

Hyderabad: No less than 53 graduate officers graduated from BTech at the Military College of Electronics and Mechanical Engineering Centennial Graduation Ceremony (MCEME). Marking the occasion on Friday, the chairman and managing director of Bharat Forge Limited, Bahasahab Neelkanth Kalyani, was the guest of honor who conferred bachelor’s degrees in …

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Lecturer position (analytical, environmental and forensic sciences) with KINGS COLLEGE LONDON

[ad_1] job descriptionThe Department of Analytical, Environmental and Forensic Sciences is seeking an outstanding researcher to contribute to an exciting bespoke educational program known as the “Bolashaq Program in Forensic Sciences, Law and Intellectual Property” (https: // www. kcl.ac.uk / news / kings-forensics-continues-successful-collaboration-with-the-government-of-kazakhstan). The successful candidate will be responsible for …

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The Fiji Times »Top status for Ratuva

Award-winning political sociologist and global interdisciplinary researcher Professor Steven Ratuva is the first person from the Pacific to be promoted to the highest faculty status of Professor Emeritus. According to the University of Canterbury, Professor Ratuva has been recognized for his global leadership and pioneering interdisciplinary research in various fields, …

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Steven Ratuva becomes world’s first distinguished Pacific professor

Tagata Pasifika Distinguished Professor Steven Ratuva is the first person from the Pacific to be promoted to the highest faculty status of Distinguished Professor. The award-winning Fiji-born University of Canterbury political sociologist has been recognized for his global leadership and pioneering interdisciplinary research in a variety of fields including ethnicity, …

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Senior Research Fellow – Aged Care Partnership Program job with FLINDERS UNIVERSITY

About Flinders Our bold vision, captured in our Strategic Plan: Make a Difference: Agenda 2025, is to be internationally recognized as a global research leader, an innovator in contemporary education and the source of the most enterprising graduates of Australia. To achieve this ambition, we recently made a significant organizational …

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The art of the process

In anticipation of the open day in visual arts at the end of the semester, the Painting II students did not clean their studio spaces. Instead, their canvases remained on easels, some with notes affixed to the top, “Work in Progress! The prints stuck to the walls and the brushes …

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My best cryptocurrency to buy now

In 2015, Ethereum co-founder Charles Hoskinson and his colleague Jeremy Wood left the Ethereum Foundation to start their own company, Input Output. In 2017, this company launched Cardano (ADA 11.51% ), a blockchain powered by the ADA token. Since its inception, its price has climbed 4,700%, reaching a market value …

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The Chair of Geosciences donates rare books to university libraries

Submitted photo Christophe Liner Professor Christopher Liner, chairman of the geosciences department at Fulbright College, donated 22 rare books to the Special Collections Division of University Libraries. The books range from early editions of British and American fiction to major works on mathematics, religion and history and join special collections …

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The first Nancy Atmospera-Walch teacher in school health appointed

Deborah J. Mattheus The Nancy Atmospera-Walch School of Nursing at the University of Hawaii in Mānoa appointed associate professor Deborah J. Mattheus, as Nancy Atmospera-Walch’s first teacher in school health, as of October 1, 2021. The endowed chair was created in 2021 by Nancy Atmospera-Walch for a nursing faculty dedicated …

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Richland SWCD Volunteer of the Year, Pat Kracker Fund

Hafenstein named Richland Soil and Water Conservation District Volunteer of the Year Ella Hafenstein is the 2021 Richland Soil and Water Conservation District (Richland SWCD) Volunteer of the Year. Hafenstein volunteers in a variety of capacities in the office, at special events and on special projects. A video of his …

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Women of the Well House supports new campus programs: Indiana University Kokomo

KOKOMO, Ind. – A project to add native plant species to campus, a digital storytelling and oral creation workshop, opportunities for students to mentor other students, and initiatives to diversify computer science students, received $ 28,077 in grants from Indiana University Kokomo’s Women of the House of the Well. The …

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College of Medicine receives grant to support researchers with unexpected pandemic responsibilities

The Ohio State College of Medicine has received a grant of more than $ 500,000 from the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation to help support and retain research jobs for early career faculty at the assistant professor level. Credit: Courtesy of Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center A grant awarded to …

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Loughborough launches new platform to share research ideas with the global scientific community

Loughborough University has launched a new platform that allows academics to share research ideas with scientists around the world, enabling greater collaboration and ensuring that no ideas are wasted. The Catalog of Research Ideas – Knowledge and Impact (RIC-KI) was created by the School of Sport, Exercise and Health Sciences …

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Phone calls and success kits connect new students with supports – The Brock News

This is part of a series of stories highlighting projects supported by the Brock Academic Initiatives Fund (AIF), which was established by the University in the spring of 2021. AIF projects will address the key priorities outlined in Brock’s institutional strategic plan and position the University to face the challenges. …

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IIT Madras and TVS Credit sign memorandum of understanding to set up innovation programs

IIT Madras and TVS Credit sign to set up innovation programs New Delhi: TVS Credit Services Ltd, part of the $ 8.5 billion TVS group, said Thursday it has signed a memorandum of understanding with the Indian Institute of Technology in Madras to conduct joint research activities. The partnership aims …

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Nolan Altvater works to improve Indigenous studies policy

An education policy that dictates but does not translate into direct engagement and action is incomplete, says master’s student Nolan Altvater. And this is especially true of LD 291, a law in its home state of what is now Maine, which requires the teaching of Indigenous history and culture in …

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France to work with United Arab Emirates on renewable energy and hydrogen projects

French Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire gives a press conference at the Residence de France in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates on Sunday, November 21, 2021. Just over a week after some 200 countries entered into a agreement aimed at intensifying global efforts to fight climate change, Le Maire warned …

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U.S. climate commitment tested in Senate with global impact

Posted on Saturday, November 20, 2021 | 7:48 Updated 2 minutes ago WASHINGTON (AP) – After talking about the climate rhetoric at UN negotiations in Scotland, the Biden administration is now testing whether a divided United States can walk on the climate: pushing massive investment for a new era of …

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