Placeholder while loading article actions Jim Murphy, an award-winning children’s author who immersed young readers in American history, using extensive research and first-hand accounts to humanize sprawling and chaotic events like the Battle of Gettysburg, the Great Fire of Chicago and a yellow fever outbreak that became the nation’s firstRead More →

THE VIRGINIA MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS (VMFA) named Ndubuisi C. Ezeluomba as Curator of African Art. This appointment marks his return to the Richmond Museum. From 2016 to 2018, Ezeluomba was Andrew W. Mellon Curatorial Research Specialist in African Art at VMFA. Ezeluomba will be responsible for the museum’s collectionRead More →

At the start of Russian President Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine, colleagues from cultural institutions elsewhere in Europe began contacting contemporary art curator Vasyl Cherepanyn, asking if he was organizing or designing new projects. in response to the crisis. Normally, such inquiries would be understandable to Cherepanyn, director of theRead More →

“In the general population, insomnia is associated with greater cognitive impairment, but its association (and potential sex-dimorphic effect) in schizophrenia is less clear.” RESEARCH UPDATE There is increased recognition of gender differences in the epidemiology and phenomenology of schizophrenia. For example, compared to men, women have a slightly lower incidenceRead More →

It has been almost a year since the University of Mumbai (MU) received a letter from its history department accusing its professor, Prof. Dr. Sandesh Wagh, of plagiarism. While an orderly investigation into the allegations remains inconclusive, the professor continues to serve as a guide for student researchers. The plagiarismRead More →

University Relations Cameron Murray, Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering Cameron Murray, an assistant professor of civil engineering whose research interests include structural concrete and quick-setting cements, recently received a $3 million grant from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to research new solutions to structural problems. militaryRead More →

(WTTW News) After more than 200 convictions tied to the disgraced former Chicago Police Sgt. Ronald Watts was deported amid allegations that agents tampered with evidence and extorted citizens, Northwestern University researchers say they have found a way to root out other agent networks that may be engaging in reprehensibleRead More →

Henry Louis Gates Jr. has inspired hundreds of celebrities and public figures over the years to explore their ancestry and make insightful revelations about their past. However, Gates’ interest in ancestry did not begin after he became a renowned scholar, professor, filmmaker, journalist and cultural critic. Instead, it started whenRead More →

After more than two years of delay, work has recently resumed on clearing the nearly 400-acre former Norwich Hospital site in Preston in preparation for handing over the property to the Mohegan Tribe. The tribe’s waterfront development projects include outdoor and indoor attractions, hotels and retail spaces, restaurants, housing, aRead More →

Tags: Professors, Theological School, Theological School Homepage Drew Theological School welcomes Dr. Gladson Jathanna New Assistant Professor of History of Christianity joins Drew in Fall 2022 April 2022 – Drew Theological School is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Gladson Jathanna asAssistant Professor of History of Christianity. Jathanna willRead More →

Brazil’s leading thinkers and stakeholders will visit the Princeton campus on May 5-6 to engage with the academic community on the critical environmental and climate justice issues facing the Brazilian Amazon and its indigenous peoples. Organized by the Princeton Brazil LAB, the conference, “Amazonian Leapfrogging: Tackling the Climate Crisis andRead More →

Rahil Kheirkhah is on a mission. Graduating her medical degree from Rowan University’s School of Osteopathic Medicine (RowanSOM) on May 9, she will head into a five-year general surgery residency program with ChristianaCare Health System in Newark, Delaware. She brings extraordinary credentials to her patients: a doctorate in osteopathic medicineRead More →

The El Dorado Historic District Commission recently discussed an ongoing project to identify notable black people, businesses, churches, neighborhoods, landmarks, etc., in El Dorado, as recommended in a plan of city-wide historic preservation completed in 2020. The African American Context Project is one of many recommendations listed in the city’sRead More →

KINGSTON, RI – April 25, 2022 – On the heels of a public housing research project in Rhode Island, the URI Center for Nonviolence and Peace Studies is hosting the two-day Get Housing RIght conference to explore the affordable housing options and public policy. The event will be hosted virtuallyRead More →

The satellite review of Ukraine does not only focus on military hardware. Thousands of miles from the fighting, an international group of archaeologists, historians and technicians are quietly coordinating another high-stakes monitoring effort: tracking the mounting losses of Ukraine’s cultural landscape. Now a summary of the impact, released this monthRead More →

​Intraocular gene therapy for Leber’s hereditary optic neuropathy (LHON) appears safe and therapeutically promising, according to new research presented at the annual meeting. But an unexpected improvement in the untreated eye of patients who received a unilateral injection means researchers will likely need another trial before the therapy is readyRead More →

Latest report available on Data Bridge Market Research, adhesive tape market provides pin-point analysis of changing competitive dynamics and a forward-looking perspective on different factors driving or restraining the industry growth. By understanding analytically and keeping the needs of the customers in mind, one step or a combination of severalRead More →

The market of cannabidiol (CBD) test is is expected to grow at a rate of 20.00% during the forecast period 2021 to 2028. An increasing number of CBD research labs during the forecast period 2021-2028 would serve as a driver for the industry cannabidiol (CBD) tests. The insights and analysisRead More →

Posted: April 16, 2022 Author: Staff Reports Ohio University President Hugh Sherman presents a Presidential Teacher’s Award to Professor Kamile Geist during the faculty’s Teaching and Research Awards Recognition Ceremony. Ohio University celebrated outstanding faculty members at the Faculty Teaching and Research Awards Recognition Ceremony on March 29. During theRead More →

La Jolla-based Sanford Burnham Prebys has published a book about its history and successes in medical research, hoping to share its stories widely and continue to innovate long into the future. In “Development of a California Research Organization: Sanford Burnham Prebys Medical Discovery Institute” (the institution’s former name), authors NancyRead More →

Content of the article saturday april 16 Kingston Branch Genealogy Society Zoom Meeting: At 10 a.m., Lynn Palermo will present Writing Family History, turning research into shareable stories. To register online, go to us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZwtf-2oqzkuHtyoBztsRmD756X7cJC-BEur. Kingston Frontenacs: Ontario Hockey League game against the Ottawa 67’s at Leon’s Centre, 1 The TragicallyRead More →

Dr. Katsusaburo Yamagiwa, a Japanese pathologist at Tokyo Imperial University, and his research assistant, Dr. Koichi Ichikawa, conducted an experiment in which they repeatedly painted the insides of 101 rabbit ears with tar. coal for 150 days. This led to some interesting discoveries. By day 35 some rabbits began toRead More →

The following is attributable to spokesperson Rebecca Chalif:‎ On April 11, Administrator Samantha Power traveled to Lorman, Mississippi, to participate in a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) signing ceremony between USAID and Alcorn State University, the first black land-grant institution established in the United States, in 1871. The MOU describes theRead More →

Our museum is growing and we are looking for people to help support our mission-driven work! The Keeler Tavern Museum and History Center is currently recruiting for three part-time positions: Interpretation Coordinator, Museum Interpreter and Research Assistant. The Interpretation Coordinator is an integral contributor to our reinterpretation efforts, participating inRead More →

Hby Arald Jaehner Consequenceswhich is published in paperback in April, begins where most popular stories of Europe’s bloody 20th century end, with the surrender of Nazi Germany in 1945. Rather than focusing on diplomatic treaties or political decisions, it explores the neglected decade after the end of the Second WorldRead More →

May 09, 2022, 4:39 PM – 4:39 PM Eastern Gateway – Auditorium Building 05/09/2022 16:39 05/09/2022 16:39 Europe/London Confront the past with the present A special day of research and community conversation aimed at addressing the most pressing topics in history today. Join us in VSconfronting the past with theRead More →

The Natural History Museum announces today, World Health Day, that it has completed the digitization of more than 8,000 bat specimens from three bat families Data created through scanning can be used to learn more about the evolution of viruses and immunology in bats, and help mitigate the risk ofRead More →

Author and former nonprofit CEO Wes Moore, Democratic gubernatorial candidate, outside the Maryland Counties Association Conference in Ocean City. Photo by Danielle E. Gaines. The Democratic gubernatorial primary took a public turn for the worse on Tuesday, when author and former nonprofit CEO Wes Moore filed a complaint with twoRead More →

University of Sydney Vice-Chancellor and President Professor Mark Scott said joining U21 reflected the institution’s deep commitment to global engagement. “We are delighted to join this international network of leading universities,” said Professor Scott. “The University of Sydney has a long history of working with partners around the world. AsRead More →

This genetic risk score can help healthcare providers identify heart disease risk earlier and take preventative action. Vibhu Parcha, MD, first author of this study and a clinical researcher at the Division of Cardiovascular Diseases and UAB Cardiogenomics Clinic. Photography: Lexi CoonAccording to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention,Read More →

Stock prices crashed and the biggest fanatics moved from r/WallStreetBets to a new subreddit, r/Superstonk, and started posting multi-thousand word essays they called “dds”, short for “due diligence”, to explain what had happened. come. They were apparently research reports, modeled, perhaps, on the publications of professional financial analysts. They baselesslyRead More →

EVANSTON, IL – Northwestern University graduate students are invited to apply through April 16 for a new assistantship program created to preserve and amplify black voices in partnership with the Black Metropolis Research Consortium (BMRC), an association libraries, universities, museums and community arts organizations. With support from Northwestern’s Racial EquityRead More →

The Victor Chang Heart Research Institute and the University of Western Australia have signed a new strategic partnership that will significantly boost heart disease research in WA and across the country. The affiliation of the Victor Chang Cardiac Research Institute to UWA marks a new chapter for both organizations. ProfessorRead More →

EAST GREENSBORO (March 29, 2022) – The College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences (CAHSS) at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University will virtually host New York Times bestselling author Margot Lee Shetterly on Thursday, March 31, for a discussion of his thought-provoking book, “Hidden Figures,” which inspired theRead More →

By Joan Tupponce Michael Ra-shon Hall, Ph.D., took advantage of the unprecedented break from normal routine during the COVID-19 pandemic to complete his book, “Freedom Beyond Confinement: Travel and Imagination in African-American Cultural History and Letters published by Clemson University Press. An assistant professor in the Department of English inRead More →

The University Commission on History, Race, and the Way Forward has shared the next steps for the campus building renaming dedication event for the McClinton Residence Hall and the Henry Owl Building. The commission also discussed the Unsung Founders Memorial webinar series, Barbee Cemetery and potential recognition of University landsRead More →