Humanities

President Blanchard continues to share UHD history with Houstonians

Khamberl Marshall, President Loren J. Blanchard After the state of the university address, University of Houston-Downtown President Loren J. Blanchard continued to share his vision for the university through various platforms, including recent talks with the Houston Chronicle and the KPRC Ch. 2. On September 9, the Houston Chronicle featured …

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Engineering of a unified campus | Opinion

Harvard’s Allston campus is finally filled with students. After more than two decades of planning, a financial crisis-induced disruption and five years of construction, Harvard students can now attend lectures across the Charles at the all-new Science and Engineering Complex, the first cornerstone. of a campus still in development. The …

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Letter: Support for Lynette Bond for the Mayor / iBerkshires.com

For the publisher: I am writing this letter to support Lynette Bond as Mayor of North Adams. I have known Lynette for almost 10 years through my previous work at the Northern Berkshire Community Coalition. She hosted one of the first teams when we started the Mayor’s Fitness Challenge, she …

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Obituary of Phillip McCarty (1956 – 2021) – Decatur, Georgia

Philippe mccarty Phillip McCarty passed away in his sleep at his home in Decatur, GA on September 2, 2021. Son of the late Dr. Dan McCarty and Mrs. Elaine McCarty, he was born in Dothan, AL. He grew up there and graduated from Dothan High School in 1974. He studied …

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Education and employment in the “hard” sciences pr

Economists at HSE University wonder if Russian STEM specialists are paid better than non-STEM specialists. They compare the salaries of professionals with STEM and non-STEM majors, and those working in STEM and non-STEM jobs, and explore the evolution of the gap over the lifecycle. They find that there is no …

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Illinois Humanities Announces $ 1.4 Million in New COVID-19 Emergency Relief and Recovery Grants | Community

As the impacts of COVID-19 continue to devastate communities across the state, Illinois Humanities is awarding its largest grant pool in the organization’s history for pandemic relief and recovery: 1, $ 4 million to 254 organizations in 72 counties. These awards support public humanities organizations in communities in which residents …

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Winston Churchill arrives on campus

Winston Churchill| College Archives Hillsdale College receives a visit from Winston Churchill this weekend. Churchill’s reenactor, Kevin Radaker, will perform at 2 pm Saturday in lane 125. The event is sponsored by the Hillsdale Community Library. Radaker, a former professor of English at Anderson University, will give a performance on …

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Occupy Valk discusses diversity in history | New

The Office of Diversity and Inclusion is partnering with the Department of Humanities and Social Sciences to host the Occupy Valk series this fall to discuss the importance of diversity to history. After the murder of George floyd by former Minneapolis Police Officer Derek Chauvin in 2020 and student backlash …

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Maryland Humanities Offers New Round of Relief Funding to Cultural Organizations Suffering from Long-Term Economic Impacts of Covid

(Baltimore, Maryland) – Maryland Humanities announces the Sustaining Humanities through the American Rescue Plan (SHARP) grants, a new funding opportunity for nonprofits in Maryland with a focus on the humanities. The grants will support Maryland nonprofits that have been affected by the continued impact of the coronavirus pandemic. The goal …

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Lynnwood artist chosen for state apprenticeship program

Siyeon Park Nonprofit Humanities Washington, the state branch of the National Endowment for the Humanities, along with the Center for Washington Cultural Traditions, have selected Lynnwood artist Siyeon Park to receive a grant to participate in the innovative arts learning program of heritage (HAAP) of this year. Park and his …

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