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MSU’s Owen named Director of Professional and Technical Partnerships

Contact: Madison Welzbacher Sean Owen (photo by Russ Houston) STARKVILLE, Mississippi—After working for the university for two decades, a Mississippi State employee has been promoted to the newly created position of Director of Career and Technical Partnerships in MSU’s Office of the Registrar. Sean Owen, formerly Deputy Director of Research Development and Strategic Initiatives in […]

Faculty and Staff Awards | college of science

The College of Science recognizes outstanding faculty and staff annually. Below is a description of all the College awards, along with their recipients listed by year. Berninsone Outstanding Service Award The Berninsone Distinguished Service Award recognizes faculty members for outstanding outreach and/or service during the past academic year. To be considered for recognition, faculty must […]

‘Transformative Innovation’: VCU President Michael Rao Delivers 2022 State of the University Address – VCU News

By Brian McNeill In Virginia Commonwealth University’s 2022 State of the University Address, VCU and VCU Health President Michael Rao, Ph.D., said Tuesday that nearly two years into the pandemic, the university is emerging as a stronger institution — one that is transforming education and health care. In a powerful illustration of his point, Rao […]

University of Phoenix Graduate College Releases White Paper on the Problem of Declining Career Expectations

PHOENIX–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Phoenix University The College of Doctoral Studies announces the publication of a white paper examining the problem of career, trade-offs and reduced expectations, and the potentials for reconnecting to self and society in new ways to enhance career and life. quality of life: “Reconnecting with oneself and outdoor activities Add to Career enjoyment, levels […]

Wheeling University shows courage and beats Concord late | News, Sports, Jobs

Photo by Cody Tomer Wheeling University guard and Wheeling Central alum Brent Price takes a shot while guarded by a pair of defenders in Wednesday’s win. WHEELING — Wheeling University coach Chris Richardson knew that to defeat Concord University, his Cardinals would have to show some toughness on Wednesday night. Although […]

The University of Chicago joins the Global Scholars Program

Published on Monday, February 7, 2022 The NIBR Global Scholars Program (NGSP) is a competitive program designed for innovators from invited institutions to secure funding for breakthrough science not covered by traditional grant support. The University of Chicago has joined the competitive program which is supported by the Novartis Institutes for Biomedical Research (NIBR) and […]

UTSA’s Carnegie R1 Rating Confirmed, Elevating University and San Antonio | UTSA today | UTSA

In Texas, other Carnegie R1 institutions now include Baylor University, Rice University, Texas Tech University, University of Houston, University of North Texas, and the campuses of the University of Texas at Austin , Arlington, Dallas and El Paso. In Carnegie’s analysis, UTSA clusters nationally around Case Western Reserve University, Rice University, Tufts University, and the […]

University Cultural Centers Form UNC Alliance, Call for Student Scholarship Proposals

Four cultural centers on campus are working together to examine critical issues of equity and justice through a new partnership called the UNC Alliance. The Sonja Haynes Stone Center for Black Culture and History, the Asian American Center, the Carolina Latinx Center, and the American Indian Center came together to launch the collaborative group and […]

‘Articulating the mission’: Whitworth University’s new president comes from within after nationwide search

The University of Whitworth Presidential Search Committee spent nearly a year searching for the university’s new president. the Group of 17 members, which formed in April, conducted a nationwide search that attracted more than 60 applicants. Ultimately, however, the committee turned to Scott McQuilkin, Whitworth’s vice president for advancement, who has served as interim president […]

University of Iowa Online MBA Makes US News & World Report Distance Ranking for First Time

The Old Iowa State Capitol in Iowa City. (Courtesy of PBS of Iowa) IOWA CITY — For the first time since its launch in fall 2019, the University of Iowa’s new online Master of Business Administration degree has made it into the U.S. News & World Report ranking of “Best Business Administration Programs.” Online MBA”. […]

University of Pennsylvania human fetal tissue research deemed ‘fully compliant’ with laws | Today in Pa.

You can listen to the latest episode of “Today in Pa” on this link, or on any of your favorite apps, including Alexa, Apple, Spotify, and embroiderer. Episodes are available weekdays on PennLive. Don’t hesitate to subscribe, follow or rate “Aujourd’hui en Pa”. as you see fit! Two women returning home from dinner in Enola […]

Linsly Girls Earn Nail-Biter in OT on College | News, Sports, Jobs

Photo by William Wotring Linsly Carleigh Grimm (21) and Haley Heitz (22) trap Emily Sharkey of the University during Wednesday’s game. MORGANTOWN – The Linsly girls came back from a 26-13 halftime deficit to defeat University 45-42 on the road in overtime on Wednesday night as Hayden Cook sent a game-winning 3-pointer to the buzzer. […]

Several Liberty University students invited to join Harvard’s National Collegiate Research Conference »Liberty News

Some of Liberty’s student presenters with their faculty sponsors With their participation funded by Liberty University’s Center for Research & Scholarship, 23 undergraduate students were invited to present research projects at the National Collegiate Research Conference (NCRC), hosted by Harvard University from 21 to January 23. NRC is the largest student-led research conference in America. […]

Martin Luther King III to Speak at Syracuse University’s MLK Celebration Honoring His Father

Syracuse, NY – The eldest son of the late Reverend Martin Luther King Jr. will be the guest speaker at Syracuse University’s upcoming MLK celebration, the university announced today. Martin Luther King III, civil rights activist, global humanitarian and political leader, will speak at the 37th annual celebration of Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.. […]

CSU Students Contribute to Columbus Museum Civil Rights Exhibit

January 14, 2022 The Columbus Museum’s latest exhibit, Journey Toward Justice: The Civil Rights Movement in the Chattahoochee Valley, will feature the research and work of several Columbus State University students. Students in Dr. Gary Sprayberry’s “Civil Rights Movement/Black Power” Fall Class of 2021 conducted research and provided content for the exhibit panels and exhibit […]

Updated quarantine and isolation procedures for the campus community

Submitted photo The university’s COVID-19 quarantine and isolation guidelines now align with the CDC with 5 days of self-isolation for those who test positive for the virus. FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – Quarantine and isolation procedures continue to be a necessary step to mitigate the spread of COVID-19, particularly within our university community. As the spring semester […]

Psychology professor at Clarkson University appointed executive editor of Journal of Psychology

Clarkson University associate professor of psychology Lisa Legault has been appointed editor-in-chief of the Journal of Social Psychology for a three-year term. A bi-monthly, peer-reviewed journal, the Journal of Social Psychology publishes high-quality research in basic and applied social psychology, including behavior, attitudes, identity, interpersonal relationships, group processes, and intergroup relationships. . In his new […]

University of Minnesota Project Offers Online Portal on Mexican-American Art

The rhizome, an underground plant stem that can grow horizontally or upward, flows in a non-linear, often surprisingly fashion. This unpredictable botanical miracle inspired a joint project between the University of Minnesota and the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley. “Rhizomes of Mexican-American Art Since 1848” is an open source online portal that currently houses […]

Kentucky-High Point Post-Game Quotes – University of Kentucky Athletics

History links COMMUNICATIONS AND PUBLIC RELATIONS ON ATHLETICS IN THE UNITED KINGDOMMEN’S BASKETBALL KENTUCKY WILDCATS VS. HIGH POINT UNIVERSITY PANTHERS DEC. 31, 2021 RUPP ARENA – LEXINGTON, KY. British student-athletes # 31, Kellan grady, Graduate student, Guard On the British head coach Jean Caliparitrusts Kellan to take pictures …“It’s a rewarding feeling. He mentioned it […]

University of Fort Smith hires first dean of newly formed college

FORT SMITH – The University of Arkansas-Fort Smith has hired D. Antonio “Dean” Cantu as the first dean of the College of Health, Education and Humanities. Cantu, 60, is associate dean and director of the Department of Education, Counseling, and Leadership at Bradley University, a private university with nearly 6,000 students in Peoria, Illinois. He […]

University of Mississippi women’s coach wears many more hats

University of Mississippi women’s track and field coach Dedrick Burnett skates on the Columbus, Mississippi campus on Wednesday, December 8, 2021. Burnett is not the administrative assistant to the director of women’s athletics at University of Mississippi, Jennifer Claybrook. But in a sports department where almost everyone wears multiple hats, Burnett’s hat rack is among […]

Governor Charlie Baker congratulates Northeastern University for continuing his in-person learning despite COVID outbreak

Gov. Charlie Baker congratulated Northeastern University on Friday for its plans to continue in-person learning this spring semester, as other Massachusetts colleges temporarily revert to distance education due to increased cases of COVID-19. In a college-wide memo, Northeast Chancellor and Senior Vice President of Learning Ken Henderson said “face-to-face learning remains the gold standard.” Henderson […]

Thomas More University joins efforts to encourage STEM preparation for minority students

Thomas More University has joined over 20 local organizations as a member of the Dr. James E. Randolph Medical, Healthcare, and Scientific Leadership Program. The goal of the program is to inspire black students in northern Kentucky to become professionals in the medical, health, and scientific fields through academic enrichment, leadership development, civic engagement, and […]

Humboldt State University digitizes parking operations with Passport

ARCATA, California, 20 December 2021 / PRNewswire / – Humboldt State University (HSU) is teaming up with transportation and payment software company Passport to launch its first mobile payment app for parking. The application, Passport Parking, enables a contactless experience where motorists easily pay and manage their parking sessions via their smartphone. The app will […]

Michigan State University detects first known case of omicron variant

EAST LANSING, MI – Michigan State University has detected its first known case of the omicron variant of COVID-19. The case was confirmed on Friday, December 17, according to university spokesperson Dan Olsen. It will be sent to state health authorities for further genetic sequencing. “This underscores the importance of protective measures that we know […]

University of Minnesota Board of Trustees to Vote on President’s Salary Increase

University of Minnesota President Joan Gabel is ready for a big pay raise. Driving the news: The agenda for this week’s University Board of Regents meeting includes a contract extension proposal that would increase the president’s salary by hundreds of thousands of dollars over the next five years. By 2026, Gabel’s total compensation could be […]

Georgia to show strong job growth in 2022, University of Georgia forecasters

Georgia’s economy will also exceed the pace of the country’s recovery in the coming year, Ayers said. “We have less economic debris to pick up. “ UGA forecasters predict Georgia’s economy will grow 4.3 percent in 2022, nearly twice as fast as its pre-pandemic rate. They expect the US economy to grow 4.0%. Georgia’s economy […]

Falls men’s basketball in Miami, 72-66

History links Next game: University of South Georgia 12/22/2021 | 4:00 p.m. WFUV (90.7 FM) Gallery: (12-12-2021) Men’s basketball vs Miami Brooklyn, NY – Today’s Gaudete Sunday Mass second reading urges the reader to exercise patience much like a farmer, who must wait until his harvest “receives the early and late rains.” Male Fordham fans […]

“Threats in 100-page letter”: student of Indian descent expelled from UK university for criminal harassment

A 22-year-old Indian-born student convicted of stalking by a UK court has been given a suspended sentence and is due to leave for Hong Kong after his university expels him. Sahil Bhavnani, who threatened an Oxford Brookes University student, was sentenced Thursday to four months in prison, two years suspended and a five-year injunction. Judge […]

Why University of Missouri Employees No Longer Required to Get COVID Vaccines

COLUMBIA, Mo. – COVID-19 vaccines are no longer needed for faculty, staff and students at the University of Missouri after a Georgia judge blocked President Joe Biden’s executive order. Less than a week ago, the University of Missouri system emailed employees at Mizzou, University of Missouri Kansas City (UMKC), Missouri Science and Technology (Missouri S&T […]

Professor MSU, Dr Ben Malphrus and former Dr Willi Walker, inducted into the KY Aviation Hall of Fame

New November 29, 2021 Dr. Benjamin K. Malphrus, Executive Director of the Space Science Center and Professor of Space Science at Morehead State University, and MSU alumnus Dr. Wilma “Willi” Walker (class of 1956) were inducted into Kentucky Aviation Hall of Fame. Malphrus and Walker were named to the Hall of Fame earlier this year […]

Northern Michigan University Women’s Basketball Team Falls at St. Cloud State, 53-35, Friday | News, Sports, Jobs

Makaylee kuhn ST. CLOUD, Minn. –Northern Michigan University fell into a deep hole in the first half and couldn’t come out of it in a 53-35 loss in women’s basketball to St. Cloud State on Friday afternoon. Makaylee Kuhn led the scorers for NMU (3-2) but had just eight points as the Wildcats fell 22-7 […]

Kent State and University of Rwanda partnership expands global reach

JACKSON TWP. – Kent State University and the University of Rwanda have a new partnership that administrators say connects students, faculty and research across oceans. Leaders from the University of Rwanda spent the past week in northeast Ohio for a series of face-to-face meetings with leaders from Kent State’s Stark campus to finalize details of […]

Rice University introduces Reginald DesRoches as 8th President

DesRoches has been the university’s rector since 2020. Next summer, he will replace president David Leebron. HOUSTON – Rice University has introduced its next president. Earlier this month, the university named Reginald DesRoches as its next president. He will become the eighth president in the history of the university when he takes office next summer. […]

Faculty Voices: Making Ethics a Priority at MSU | MSU Today

Linda Sheryl Greene is the dean of Michigan State University College of Law and a professor from the MSU Foundation. Sanjay Gupta is Eli and Edythe L. Broad dean of the Eli Broad College of Business. Christophe P. Long is dean of the Faculty of Arts and Letters, the Specialized college, And one Professor of […]

U. establishes new University Labor Relations Office

The University Labor Relations Office (OULR) is a new office that works directly with University President Jonathan Holloway to manage the University’s labor relations with all faculty and staff unions, as well as to develop the overall strategy of Rutgers’ work. Holloway previously announcement the formation of the office in his September 24 address to […]

Nittany Lions enjoying a few years in the making

History links UNIVERSITY PARK, Pennsylvania – It’s been eight years since Penn State’s men’s soccer program last won a conference trophy. That all changed last Sunday when the Nittany Lions beat the Wisconsin Badgers with a 2-0 shutout to win the Big Ten regular season championship. Players love the redshirt senior midfielder Pierre Reedy wait […]

West Virginia University researchers study invasive carp | Mississippi News

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (AP) – Researchers at the University of West Virginia are studying how to prevent invasive carp from spreading. Brent Murry and Caroline Arantes of Davis College of Agriculture Natural Resources and Design will examine the Ohio and Tennessee-Cumberland river basins. They received a grant of $ 151,394 over three years from the US […]

Firestorm over silent college professors in Florida grows

The University of Florida’s decision to ban three professors from testifying in a lawsuit against Gov. Ron DeSantis’ administration has turned into a political and public relations storm, which could take some serious toll. magnitude as other professors consider moving forward with college stories. pressure. Since Friday, when the university’s decision was disclosed in a […]

Education in Kurdistan: Salahaddin-Hawler University

Interview with Dr. Mohammed R. Mochtar, Vice President of Administrative and Financial Affairs at the University of Salahaddin-Hawler Education is one of the most important pillars of sustainable economic growth; investment in young people. In your opinion, how is the attitude towards higher education in Kurdistan different from that of other neighboring countries? We know […]

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