Humanities

Texas A&M students host Thanksgiving potluck for those who stayed on campus

COLLEGE STATION, Texas (KBTX) – Two Texas A&M students who were staying for Thanksgiving hosted a potluck for the other Aggies remaining on campus. They gathered outside the liberal arts and humanities building on the architecture quad for an international celebration. The students bought a ham, pork carnitas, Alfredo pasta …

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Work of MSC History Professor Dr. Christine Arnold-Lourie Featured in University Symposium on First Thanksgiving | thebaynet.com | TheBayNet.com

Dr Christine Arnold-Lourie LA PLATA, Maryland – Thanksgiving is traditionally a holiday where Americans celebrate community, whether it’s by hosting reunions with family and friends or reflecting on pilgrims and Indigenous people who gathered to share a meal 400 years ago. So it makes sense that this is a rich …

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NAA issues ethical guidelines on controversial Alzheimer’s drug

A recently released position statement from the American Academy of Neurology (AAN) provides guidance for neurologists to counsel patients with Alzheimer’s disease (AD) and their families about the controversial drug aducanumab (Aduhelm) The statement includes ethical considerations and recommendations for informed consent, and the AAN notes that neurologists must ensure …

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There is another crisis in education; Can India benefit from this?

In a world where excellent content is often available on the internet and machine translation will soon make content available in the native language, the preponderance of English, as well as the Anglosphere model of universities, can both be under siege. There have long been concerns about a few issues …

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Announcing the Year of Data and Society projects | University time

The first round of projects funded under the Year of Data and Society has been announced. This year’s theme builds on the Data Science Task Force report released last year and provides a platform for launching some of its core recommendations for working toward a leadership position at the confluence …

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The Order announces the members of the search committee for the positions of dean

Ithaca College has announced the members of the search committees for the three open dean positions. The committees will be assisted by partners from the research firm WittKieffer, Acting Marshal Melanie Stein, said in a campus-wide email Nov. 11. The college has in partnership with the cabinet for dean research …

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Cheshire residents clean up after tornado damage – NBC Connecticut

Trees broke and some were completely uprooted. This is what you will find in the Warren Street and Willow Street area in Cheshire. The debris lies as evidence of the power of Saturday’s tornado. Witnesses say tornado EF-0 swept through this neighborhood with fierce intensity. “It was a big noise. …

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Humanities and sciences set to lose tenured professors | New

MaKayla O’Neil / Montana Kaimin The University of Montana’s College of Humanities and Sciences could lose 15 full faculty members after UM administrators offered early retirement incentives to senior college professors this fall. The 15 faculty members tentatively accepted an offer extended to 39 full-time and tenured faculty before the …

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Charles Darwin: The most powerful idea in science and humanities?

There are some candidates for the most powerful idea in the history of science and humanities. Nicolaus Copernicus’ heliocentric view of Earth’s place in the universe is certainly one, as is Einstein’s theory of relativity. However, for the breadth of its application and the impact it has had on modern …

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YURA Fall Symposium Presents Undergraduate Research

Yale undergraduates on Saturday presented research on a wide range of topics to visitors in the Humanities Quadrangle courtyard. Carter DeWees 11:31 PM, 07 Nov 2021 Contributing journalist Carter Dewees, collaborating photographer The Yale Undergraduate Research Association’s Fall Symposium took place on Saturday, with more than a dozen undergraduate students …

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