MATHEWS, Virginia – A referendum last fall on whether to preserve the Confederate statue outside that county’s historic 1830 courthouse resounded, with more than 80 percent of voters in favor. But some feared the monument’s prominent public location was still unsafe. So the Mathews County Board of Supervisors is consideringRead More →

Post views: 365 Kim Carlson Doug Bigg WHAT: University of Nebraska at Kearney Science Café HOSTED BY: Sigma Xi, the scientific research honor society TITLE: “The Russian flu, 1889-94, a lost coronavirus pandemic?” TOPIC: UNK faculty members Kim Carlson and Doug Biggs will discuss the Russian flu, howRead More →

New Chair of USC Viterbi’s Department of Biomedical Engineering. Peter Yingxiao Wang. Image/David Baillot, UC San Diego Jacobs School of Engineering. Precision Medicine Research Director Professor Peter Yingxiao Wang to Join USC Viterbi School of Engineering on January 1, 2023, while the new vshair of the Department of Biomedical Engineering.Read More →

University of Toronto researchers are providing valuable insight into Canada’s history by creating a free, accessible database of the country’s earliest newspapers. Directed by Sébastien DrouinAssociate Professor in the Department of Language Studies at the University of Toronto Scarborough, the bilingual “Early Modern Canadian Newspapers Online” project is a collectionRead More →

Today in America we stand at a peculiar and frightening crossroads. We are witnessing the growing appeal of authoritarianism abroad and at home, we are being bombarded by social media spreading lies and hatred, and, just two months before the midterm elections, we see our democracy itself under attack. We’veRead More →

George Washington University will dedicate more than $50 million to fund 14 endowed chairs, accelerating the progress of its academic medical enterprise in one of the largest single investments in university history to support the body professorial. “George Washington University faculty are critical to our mission of education, research, andRead More →

OXFORD, Mississippi — Tonya and Dale Flesher have each dedicated 45-year careers to the University of Mississippi’s Patterson School of Accountancy and are now supporting the construction of the school’s new home. Award-winning researchers and teachers committed $300,000 to the renowned program they helped establish. The executive meeting room inRead More →

Summary Ian McGregor, Ph.D. is an assistant professor at the University of Nevada, Reno. Her scholarship and teaching focus on preparing teachers in social studies, human rights education, and civics/citizenship with an emphasis on teaching difficult history. Her current research explores how teachers and students conceptualize citizenship in human rightsRead More →

Friday, September 2, 2022 Media Contact: Mack Burke | Associate Director of Media Relations | 405.744.5540 | [email protected] President Shrum Praises Transformative Partnership as OSU Continues to Solidify as Oklahoma’s Aerospace Leader Oklahoma State University’s Oklahoma Aerospace Institute for Research and Education (OAIRE) has received two federal grants to expandRead More →

developmental toys Global Developmental Toys Market Volume Forecast Segmented by Analysis, CAGR, Regions, Manufacturers, Types and Applications NEW YORK CITY, NY 10170., NY, USA, September 01, 2022 / — Global Developmental Toys Market 2022 research report published by Market.Biz, including the latest research and development data. analysis and future industryRead More →

The College of Engineering at the University of Massachusetts Amherst celebrates its 75-year journey from a modest agricultural engineering program to one of the top engineering programs in the nation with an exhibit honoring the college’s history and a series of events and conferences throughout the fall. . Image TheRead More →

An analysis of over 12,000 patients found that the SGLT2 inhibitors dapagliflozin and empagliflozin reduced cardiovascular death or hospitalization for heart failure by 20% in heart failure patients with mildly reduced ejection fraction and preserved. Late-breaking research is featured in a Hot Line session today at the 2022 ESC Congress.Read More →

In a few days, several hundred researchers will gather in the UK to debate the crises facing the oceans – and pay tribute to the expedition that first opened them up to scientific scrutiny. Exactly 150 years ago, the Challenger Expedition began a transformation in our understanding of the seas.Read More →

Comment this story Comment Beagles are making headlines. Last fall, Republican politicians, including Rep. Madison Cawthorn (NC), attacked Anthony S. Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, seeking to link him to allegedly torturous experiments involving the breed. Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-Colo.) posted a photo ofRead More →

Regulatory news | August 25, 2022 | By Ferdous Al-Faruque European Medicines Agency (EMA) officials tout the benefits of patient registries to support regulatory decision-making for orphan drugs in a recent review article in Frontiers in pharmacology. Citing the growing use of real-world evidence (RWE), including patient registries, officials sayRead More →

The archives are the result of a year-long project by a team of academic experts, who painstakingly restored, preserved and recorded hundreds of historical Aberlour documents, including administrative records, files, reports annuals, photographs and issues of the association’s magazine. . Now fully searchable and open to those with personal orRead More →

New York, August 23, 2022 — Moody’s Investors Service (“Moody’s”) has performed a periodic review of ratings and other ratings associated with the same analytical units for the rated entity or entities listed below. The review was conducted as part of a portfolio review discussion held on August 16, 2022Read More →

Floodwaters in eastern Kentucky were swift and unforgiving. They killed at least 39 peopleand crumbling homes and businesses. At Hindman Settlement School in Knott County, they smashed doors off their hinges, carried away cars like they weighed nothing, and threatened an important and extensive historical record of the area. “IRead More →

LEXINGTON, Kentucky (August 19, 2022) — The University of Kentucky is pleased to announce the next Cornerstone Community Innovation Partner (CIP) for the 2022-23 academic year. This year’s partner is FoodChain, which will have an ongoing presence at Cornerstone to increase community engagement with students and faculty. This 12-month partnershipRead More →

Kūlanihākoʻi High School is now the official name of the campus currently under construction in Kīhei, Maui, following today’s approval by the Hawaii State Board of Education. The name honors the Kūlanihākoʻi creek and ravine, which runs along the campus at its northern edge, and which once supported the KaʻonoʻuluRead More →

A private autopsy of Alabama sentenced to death Joe Nathan James, Jr. suggests unskilled prison staff subjected him to a torturous execution process lasting several hours in a botched execution that experts say was the longest since the advent of lethal injection forty years ago . The autopsy results, describedRead More →

Washington, August 13: Research suggests that Earth’s continents were formed by massive meteor impacts that were especially common during the first billion years of our planet’s four-and-a-half billion year history. Dr Tim Johnson, from Curtin’s School of Earth and Planetary Sciences, said the idea that continents originally formed on theRead More →

Rocks on the surface of Mars could offer telling clues as to whether the Red Planet was once habitable enough to support life. To find out, the Canadian Space Agencyas part of the NASA-led program Mars Science Lab Missionis funding a three-year study by Dr. Benjamin Tutolo, PhD, associate professorRead More →

The London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine (LSHTM) supported and directly benefited from the exploitation and subjugation of colonized countries by the British Empire, according to a report on its history. The study explains how the school, founded in 1899, for decades received most of its funding from BritishRead More →

CNN — These are the startling and personal stories, lost and hidden in America’s past, brought to life by CNN’s Abby Phillip, Suzanne Malveaux, Omar Jimenez, Athena Jones, Ryan Young, John Avlon and more. Knowing these stories could reshape your understanding of the disparities the country faces today. 150 yearsRead More →

In the early 1900s, a young man travels to Canada to earn money for his family back home. After joining a small group of fellow Punjabis working in a sawmill, he faces harsh working conditions, harassment and discrimination. This is the synopsis of a new breakthrough movie titled “ਛੱਲਾ ਮੁੜRead More →

The abortion debate only intensified following Dobbs v. Jackson of the United States Supreme Court, which overturned Roe v. Wade and removed constitutional protections for abortion, returning the matter to the states. Since the ruling, 12 states have banned or severely restricted abortion care, and at least 10 other statesRead More →

Dr. Shearer explains that one of the many unique aspects of the SpokenWeb project is the interdisciplinary collaboration between the literary scholars who work in the archives and the archivists who manage the collections. “Usually we have conversations about the archives separately,” she says. “This project brings together our expertiseRead More →

City’s Kiera Walsh and Lauren Hemp know they could make history on Sunday night. England’s record-breaking Euro tournament ends against Germany at sold-out Wembley, with the prospect of bringing football ‘home’ in tempting fashion. In the round of 16, England faced two teams in Spain and Sweden who posed seriousRead More →

Eczema can be itchy and dry out the skin. It is a common skin condition, affecting around 30% of the American population. Some people may be disproportionately affected by eczema. For example, eczema may be more severe or persistent in Hispanics. Below we will discuss more about eczema and howRead More →

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Health equity doesn’t have an overnight solution, but for Leo Wilton, professor of human development at Binghamton University’s College of Community and Public Affairs (CCPA), years of research have become the cornerstone cornerstone of a successful academic career. For his research, leadership and contributions to policy in all professions affectingRead More →

A year ago, a seemingly unlikely merger took place within UC Santa Cruz’s arts division, merging the theater arts department and the Art & Design: Games + Playable Media (AGPM) program. Renamed Department of Performance, Gaming and Design (PLR), it is the only university department in the world to breakRead More →

The grant will fund a professorship in Iranian linguistics and graduate scholarships in Persian and Iranian studies. The Elahé Omidyar Mir-Djalali Chair of Iranian Linguistics will initially be held by linguistics professor Simin Karimi. A $2.5 million charitable grant to the University of Arizona from the Roshan Cultural Heritage InstituteRead More →