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The United States “in danger” if it does not remain open to global talent

During the launch of a webinar of his new book, America Calling: a foreign student in a land of possibilities, owned by the nonprofit The Presidents’ Alliance on Higher Education and Immigration, Bhandari, an advisor to the organization, noted the declining population of the United States. “By all accounts, university enrollment by domestic students will decline. If the United States ...

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ONTARIO: Colleges and universities must update their policies on sexual assault

Policies on sexual harassment and sexual violence to be updated by next March to better support students Ontario colleges and universities will need to update their policies on sexual violence and harassment by next March to better support students who file complaints. The government said on Thursday that policies must ensure that students who report sexual violence will not be ...

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Fueled by her own trauma, a doctoral student fights to break the cycle of sexual violence | UMM News

Contact: Erin FlynnSeptember 7, 2021 Tabitha Mpamira established the EDJA Foundation, now known as the Mutera Healing Foundation, to break the cycle of sexual and gender-based violence in sub-Saharan Africa. KALAMAZOO, Michigan — Trauma manifests itself in several ways. Tabitha mpamira became fascinated by its intricacies while working in psychology labs as an undergraduate student at Western Michigan University. But ...

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Stony Brook University, New York

Noele Certain, fifth-year doctoral candidate in the PhD program in Molecular and Cellular Pharmacology at Stony Brook University, received the NIH Blueprint Diversity Specialized Predoctoral to Postdoctoral Advancement in Neuroscience (D-SPAN) award from the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and AVC from the National Institutes of Health (NIH). The NIH D-SPAN Award will support up to six years of funding ...

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Every Biennial Louisville Photo Event You May Attend This Year

The Photo Biennale has been around since 1999. What was once a dream of former Artemisia owner Erin Devine was almost lost until Paul Paletti stepped in and took the helm. Today, despite the setbacks of the pandemic, Paletti has found a way to move the Biennale forward – with the cooperation of many people and organizations. This year, the ...

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Westfield special education student wins college scholarship

New Jersey Alliance of Private Special Education Schools press release: August 27, 2021 Rory Scialabba, a Westfield resident and a graduate of Calais School in Whippany, is one of two recipients of the Joe Gorga Fellowship, awarded by the Alliance of Private Special Education Schools of New Jersey. The Alliance is a nonprofit group of 40 state-approved private special education ...

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The Big Ten, Pac 12, and the ACC Alliance are official (sort of)

On Tuesday, the Big Ten, Pac 12 and ACC conferences officially formed an alliance in hopes of shaping the future of college football. The announcement follows the departure of two historic Big 12 Conference programs, the University of Texas and the University of Oklahoma, to join the Southeastern Conference (SEC). The trio of commissioners held a joint press conference after ...

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Laura Crossey of UNM promoted to Distinguished Professor

Professor Laura Crossey’s interest in planetary science at the University of New Mexico dates back to her childhood memory of watching the first steps on the moon on her grandmother’s black and white television in Illinois. Today, she has over 150 peer-reviewed publications and is a Distinguished Professor – the highest title the faculty can have – in the Department ...

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USM Museum of Art Call for entries: Little Things Matter Sculpture Exhibition – Picayune Item

The University of Southern Mississippi (USM) Museum of Art has announced a call for nominations for Little Things Matter: National Juried Small-Scale Sculpture Exhibition, with a jury by George Beasley. This exhibition features small-scale sculptures made by artists from across the United States. Artists 18 years of age or older are invited to submit nominations of original works created within ...

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