Humanities

Lecturer in Data Science job with VICTORIA UNIVERSITY OF WELLINGTON

Do you have a doctorate in Data Science or in a relevant field? Are you someone with good interpersonal and communication skills? Do you have teaching expertise and have spent a few years as a Postdoc / Research Fellow? Mō Te Herenga Waka – About our university Te Herenga Waka …

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MIT Press plans to publish much of the Open Access to Spring Slate

The MIT Press, one of the largest university presses in the world, plans to publish its entire list of monographs and edited collections for spring 2022 in open access. The move is a major development for the wider open access movement and a model that academics and librarians believe could …

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Gift to CSUF ensures important Orange County stories continue to be told – Orange County Register

Wylie Aitken and his wife, Bette, have always been fascinated by storytelling – the way it motivates us, the way it humanizes us. Now, a space on the Cal State Fullerton campus named after them will help ensure that historically significant stories in Orange County and beyond can be preserved, …

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UHD Celebrates the Academic Achievements of Over 2,100 Gator Alumni

Lights from the NRG Stadium will soon be shining on Gator graduates at the 71st University of Houston-Downtown launch ceremony. On December 18, the UHD will celebrate the academic achievements of its Fall 2021 class… and invite a few special guests to share their wisdom and wishes. Kick-off ceremonies on …

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Finding a Purpose in the Humanities by Nicholas Agar

With policymakers intending to favor “out-of-the-box” technical majors, it is becoming increasingly difficult for liberal arts departments to attract students. But these fields of study are more important than ever, and with a few modest reforms, they should be easy to sell for today’s “motivated” young people. ADELAIDE – Times …

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Stanford is part of Chan Zuckerberg Biohub’s future plans

Five years ago, the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative (CZI) launched the Chan Zuckerberg Biohub, a bay area research collaboration between Stanford University, University of California at Berkeley, and University of California in San Francisco (UCSF). The Biohub aims to better understand the foundations of the disease and to develop new technologies …

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Brisbane State High turns to alumni for Masterclass – Westender program

Brisbane State High has some notable alumni, among which, 2008 Queenslander of the Year, Graeme Wood; novelist Jessica Anderson; Fintan Magee, whose street art you can see in the West End; our 21st Governor General Bill hayden; and captain of the Australian national rugby union team from 1984 to 1989, …

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MSUM receives $ 4.3 million donation to College of Arts and Humanities

It was money. President Anne Blackhurst took the stage in front of an auditorium almost full of guests to announce the biggest gift to the College of Arts and Humanities, and one of the biggest ever given to the university. The $ 4.3 million donation will come from the entire …

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Robert Crease receives 2021 William Thomson Institute of Physics Lord Kelvin Medal and Prize |

Robert Crease, professor and chair of the Department of Philosophy at the College of Arts and Sciences, received the 2021 Institute of Physics (IOP) William Thomson, Lord Kelvin Medal and Prize. Crease received this award for his 21 years of writing World of physics Exceptional “Critical Point” column, devoted to …

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Keith E. Locke | News, Sports, Jobs

Keith E. Locke, 75, passed into eternal rest surrounded by love on November 27, 2021. Keith is survived by his wife, Linda Casser Locke. Keith is also survived by his brother, James A. Locke, III (Susan), his nieces Kerry Locke Bedard (David) and Wendy L. Garrity (Dave) and their families, …

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