Colorado State University Global Launches New Offer for Non-Degree Students to Meet Workforce Needs and Remove Educational Barriers

CSU Global Direct offers asynchronous courses entirely online without a formal admission process, starting with prerequisite courses for future healthcare professionals. Aurora, Colorado, Jan. 5, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Colorado State University Global (CSU Global) today launched a new offering, CSU Global Direct, designed to provide the prerequisite courses students …

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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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Educational cookbook guides families to healthier lives

Jan. 4 – MORRO BAY, Calif .– Health officials say it’s essential to introduce a healthy lifestyle from a young age. In Mariah Ecker and Teri Ecker’s first book, “Queen Bee’s Alphabet Cookbook: A Nutrition Guide for Families,” the authors use their years of experience in health and education to …

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‘It’s chaos’ as schools take on Omicron

The Omicron wave threatens to upset any sense of peace in the country’s education system. After a holiday break that saw Covid-19 cases rise steadily, a small but growing list of districts – including Newark, Atlanta, Milwaukee and Cleveland – have temporarily switched to distance learning for more than 450,000 …

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CSU opens the first building on a free and one-of-a-kind public campus

On January 7, the Colorado State University System will open CSU Spur, a year-round public destination and the first of its kind in Denver, located at the National Western Center. The first facility to open at CSU Spur is called the Vida Building, which translates to “life” in Spanish, and …

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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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Kerstin Perez searches the cosmos for signs of dark matter | MIT News

Kerstin Perez is looking for imprints of dark matter. The invisible substance embodies 84% ​​of the matter in the universe and is considered a powerful cosmic glue, preventing entire galaxies from separating. And yet the particles themselves barely leave a trace on ordinary matter, thwarting all detection efforts so far. …

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“Weather Girl,” “Lucky Leap Day” topped Romantic Comedy Playlist in January

The past two years have been anything but calming, so set the tone for a more whimsical 2022. Mix a little romance with a little comedy and treat yourself to the perfect read to feel good: romantic comedy. Perfect for book clubs or for indulging in solo fun with a …

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Bridging the Gap: Rethinking Pathways to University

Click to enlarge Collectively and individually, survival and prosperity depend on an education that enables a person to find a rewarding niche. Throughout the 20th century, “higher education” generally meant at least a four-year liberal arts or science degree, undertaken immediately after high school. This paradigm is seriously frayed. About …

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Updated COVID-19 testing protocols for students, faculty and staff

Friday, December 31, 2021 The university’s management team closely followed the development of the Omicron variant during the winter break. Based on the new public health guidelines, UNCW will require all residency students as well as faculty, staff and unvaccinated students learning and working on campus for the spring semester …

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