Academic projects

Global teaching opportunities at WKU

Dr Michael Stokes led a 2018 summer program on wildlife conservation and management in South Africa. Global Learning & International Affairs invites faculty to participate in future global teaching experiences. We welcome new proposals and ideas to continue to expand global learning opportunities for ALL WKU students. Global teaching opportunities …

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Western Naval Command renovates the model school in Lagos

Precious Ugwuzor As part of its commitment to community development, particularly in host communities in its area of ​​responsibility (AOR), Western Naval Command (WNC) recently renovated the Model Kindergarten and Primary School in the State of Lagos, Achakpo Ajegunle-Lagos. During the commissioning of the project, the Director of the Lagos …

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CAS Dean and VPRI Research Updates

October 6, 2021 Dear colleagues, I am writing to take stock of two critical research studies of academic leadership that were interrupted by the pandemic but will be relaunched this fall: one for the Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences and the other for the Vice President of …

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How widespread is vote buying in Georgia?

Note: This article first appeared on Caucasus Data Blog, a joint effort of CRRC Georgia and OC Media. It was written by Givi Silagadze, researcher at CRRC Georgia. The views presented in this blog do not reflect the views of ISFED, CRRC Georgia, or any related entity. In its preliminary …

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Unique show of art, creativity | Vadodara news

Vadodara: The Faculty of Architecture and Urban Planning at the city’s Parul University celebrated World Architecture Day which falls on Monday by holding an exhibition of architectural projects and impressive concept exhibitions with expert lectures on Sunday . The event features three segments including presentations from academics and seasoned practitioners, …

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Deputy Consul General of Germany in Erbil

ERBIL (Kurdistan 24) – To mark the Day of German Unity, celebrated each year by the Germans to mark the reunification of their country at the end of the Cold War, Sven Mossler, the new Deputy Consul General of Germany in Erbil , spoke with Kurdistan 24 on topics ranging …

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RIT and Pure Imagination Studios enter into creative collaboration agreement

MAGIC Spell Studios of the Rochester Institute of Technology has partnered with Pure Imagination Studios, an award-winning independent entertainment studio known for combining proprietary technology with revolutionary storytelling, to launch a satellite office and space computing studio in Rochester. ROCHESTER, NY, October 1, 2021 / PRNewswire-PRWeb / – Rochester Institute …

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IIITDM awards diplomas to 293 students

The Indian Institute of Information, Design and Manufacturing Technology (IIITDM) in Kancheepuram virtually hosted its ninth convocation with a total of 293 graduate students. Students of IIITDM Kancheepuram have received offers from major companies such as Microsoft, AMD, ZOOM India, IBM, Larsen and Toubro, Ericsson, Microchip and Samsung, among others. …

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Robot Red Hawk – Newsroom

September 30, 2021 National Science Foundation grant helps build robot system linking research across campus Posted in: Home page News, Research, Science and Technology The MCROS team (from left to right): Michelle Zhu (co-principal investigator), Amy Tuininga (co-PI) and Weitian Wang (principal investigator). Montclair State University’s research, ranging from linguistics …

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University leaders celebrate the work of 1U4U research teams

The University of Utah’s “One U” mantra has become a campus shortcut for collaboration and inclusiveness. But over the past 18 months, 1U4U professors have lived and breathed the slogan. Selected in January 2020, 33 inter-campus teams of academics, researchers, artists and teachers have developed and implemented interdisciplinary projects integrating …

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10 ways to finish your college assignment on time

Homework in college takes time. The time could have been spent watching movies, playing video games, working on personal projects like blogging, and taking part-time work that will improve your financial situation. Finishing homework quickly allows you to relax and treat your body well. You avoid fatigue and burnout that …

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AmeriCorps Pledges $ 800,000 in Dane County Programs | New

The federal AmeriCorps volunteer and community service program is investing more than $ 800,000 in educational assistance programs in Dane County. Serve Wisconsin, established in 1994 by Governor Tommy Thompson following the founding of AmeriCorps in 1993, announced Monday that Wisconsin had received nearly $ 8.1 million in grants from …

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Cutting-edge new Islamic university to start first academic year – Indonesia

Dio Suhenda (The Jakarta Post) Jakarta ● Tue, September 21, 2021 2021-09-21 11:19 0 2585ce4f3192e686844ec057dc04594f 1 Indonesia Education, Islam, State-universities, UIII, Civilization To free The International Islamic University of Indonesia (UIII) in Depok, West Java, is finally ready to open its doors to students from next week, the institution’s administrators …

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Walkaroo builds a public school in Malumichampatti – India Education | Latest Education News | Global education news

New Delhi: Walkaroo Foundation, the CSR arm of Walkaroo Group of Companies is committed to supporting the education of the poorest in local communities. As part of this initiative, the foundation signed a 3-year memorandum of understanding with the District Education Department to support the education of underprivileged children in …

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IU’s Kelley School of Business Collaborates with Leading Greek University | community, united states, nextgen

BLOOMINGTON, IN – Forty-four students from the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University (IU) and Athens University of Economics and Business (AUEB) recently concluded a joint student case project a very successful Greek start-up, e-satisfaction, according to a September 15 article on the Kelley School website. The project – …

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More than half of SLVUSD students fell behind in some subjects

As the San Lorenzo Valley Unified School District community contemplates exciting infrastructure upgrades, it simultaneously struggles with a severe learning loss from Covid-19. The directors received positive and negative news at the regular board meeting on Tuesday. Superintendent Chris Schiermeyer said the district’s “final expenses” for 2019-2020 include $ 95,000 …

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Purdue Partnership with Juncos Hollinger Racing Encourages Students to Get Into Motorsport | Purdue

WEST LAFAYETTE – Purdue University and Juncos Hollinger Racing have announced a new partnership that will expand experiential education opportunities for Purdue students who wish to explore careers in the motorsport, automotive and mobility industries. The three-year partnership sees Purdue as the academic engineering and technology partner of Juncos Hollinger …

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China works on lander for human lunar missions

HELSINKI – China’s leading spacecraft maker is developing a human landing system for lunar missions, according to an official university visit report. The brief report from the School of Aeronautics and Astronautics at Xiamen University on July 1 (Chinese) appoints people leading projects relevant to China’s human lunar landing plans …

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A necessary network for local foods

the North Carolina Local Food Council (NCLFC) serves as a collaborative network between different organizations and state agencies to support the state’s local food systems and producers. The council was created with help from NC State Extension and took center stage during the statewide shutdown in 2020, helping fisheries, producers …

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15 downtown Phoenix construction projects to watch

The skyline of downtown Phoenix is ​​constantly changing. Stand at any corner and you’ll likely see a construction project in progress. Here are 15 downtown Phoenix construction projects that are currently underway that will likely change the way we live, work and play in the city. READ ALSO: Top 5 …

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Lee Kennedy completes phase 1 of Adam House renovation

Lee Kennedy Company recently completed the comprehensive restoration and renovation of the historic Harvard student residence, Claverly Hall, concluding the first phase of the three-phase Adams House Renewal project. Lee Kennedy is also putting the finishing touches on Apthorp House, a residence built before the American Revolution that is also …

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Why is China falling behind on disruptive innovation?

CHINA The past year has witnessed not only a global health crisis, but also a dramatic blow to the Chinese academic profession. There has been a shift in academic assessment exercises at Chinese universities. Over the past decade, considerable emphasis has been placed on journal publications from the Science Citation …

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Solutions for rapid database analysis – CWI Amsterdam

CWI researchers Hannes Mühleisen and Mark Raasveldt founded the spin-off company DuckDB Laboratories, providing services and development for DuckDB. DuckDB is an open source database management system for efficient data analysis. It is easy to install, works very quickly and as part of ongoing processes. Currently, DuckDB is downloaded approximately …

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Support the research projects of HSC students

The Department of Gender and Culture Studies at the University of Sydney has designed a unique program for high school students in New South Wales, who study culture and society in their final year. This program is part of the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences community outreach activity, which …

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Ashland-WH JVS Renovation Plan Boosted by State Funding

ASHLAND The Ashland County and West Holmes Joint Vocational School District receives approximately $ 10.9 million in state funding to renovate and expand its campus. The state’s money for the $ 19.2 million construction plan for its main building comes from the Ohio Facilities Construction Commission (OFCC). The Career Center …

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Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates – ARTnews.com

For a glimpse of what lies ahead as the art world looks to the future, ARTnews devoted part of the June-July 2021 issue of the magazine to 10 cities to watch: Philadelphia, Atlanta, Vancouver, Guadalajara, Bogotá, Oslo, Tallinn, Casablanca, Abu Dhabi and Taipei. Stay tuned as each city will be …

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NSW Smart Sensing Network celebrates its fifth anniversary

Professor Ben Eggleton, Co-Director of the NSSN, at the Sydney Nanoscience Hub. The NSSN operates through seven thematic areas, including the built environment, data analytics, environment and AgTech, manufacturing, MedTech, resources and energy, and space and aviation. The domains are managed by Thematic managers of the NSSN, who are experts …

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Student resources available to all UNC students

From helping students with their classes and helping them navigate the workforce to providing mental health services and services to Latinx and LGBTQ students, UNC provides many resources in person and different virtual devices to help them succeed. The Writing and Learning Center the Writing center and the Learning Center …

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The governor vetoed local projects; domestic violence and funding for homeless shelters among cuts | Local

• Medical Mini-Series – $ 8,000 to help bring doctors to local churches Support local journalism Your membership makes our reporting possible. {{featured_button_text}} • Academic tutoring services for retired SC educators – $ 200,000 Representative Gilda Cobb-Hunter, D-Orangeburg, hopes the vetoes will be canceled. She is the CEO of CASA …

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UFS is working on the development of green concrete using geopolymer binders

The Free State University (UFS) Department of Engineering Sciences Green Concrete Project aims to produce user-friendly geopolymer concrete by removing aggressive alkaline activating additives from mixtures, explains professor and project manager Dr . Abdolhossein Naghizadeh. The potential product will be formulated by optimizing the blend parameters and ingredients based on …

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Clinton School gets Hoffpauir as interim dean

The Academic Dean of the Clinton School of Public Service at the University of Arkansas will serve as Acting Dean. Susan Hoffpauir, professor and academic dean at the Clinton School, will lead the master’s program until a new dean is appointed, University of Arkansas system president Donald Bobbitt said on …

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Chatka Żaka creates the Lublin space for student culture!

Lublin Student Culture Space, or Lublin PKS, is a project for students from Lublin. Integration, sharing of experiences, development of social skills, non-formal education, animation, presence in student culture, development of talents, networking and personal development are just some of the processes that Chatka areaka wishes to develop among university …

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Ultimate Medical Academy celebrates the start of

Tampa, Fla., June 13, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – – Ultimate Medical Academy (UMA), a nonprofit higher education institution with a mission to equip and empower students to excel in careers Health, welcomed more than 5,500 WBU graduates to the Clearwater campus and online community in a virtual launch ceremony on …

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NMIMS School of Branding and Advertising partners with 120 Media Collective and Advertising Standards Council of India

Bombay, Maharashtra, India: School of Branding and Advertising (SoBA), which is part of NMIMS Deemed-to-be-university of SVKM, one of India’s leading educational institutions with 41 legacies of academic excellence, has signed memoranda of understanding with 120 Media Collective, one of India’s most impactful digital-oriented companies, and The Advertising Standards Council …

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