Oklahoma man continues and teaches others how to deal with Alzheimer’s diagnosis, after the death of his beloved wife

OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – “Our relationship kind of started with a humorous first date,” said Herb Magley. And it never stopped. “It kind of evolved in our life that we were trying to laugh a lot and look at the lighter side of life.” Herb and Gail Magley later married …

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Benedictine University professor receives $ 195,000 grant in humanities

LISLE, IL – A history professor at Benedictine University has received a $ 195,000 grant to collaborate with academics around the world to produce an annotated translation of a 16th-century travelogue to China. Kaveh Hemmat is Assistant Professor of History and Theology at the Benedictine School of Liberal Arts. Together …

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The importance of cancer screening in the event of a pandemic

TOLEDO, Ohio (WTVG) – Experts say many people have postponed or even ignored major cancer screenings due to the pandemic. In some cases, this meant that people were diagnosed with cancer at a later stage than they otherwise would have been. Dianne Barndt is the Executive Director. “We found that …

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Faculty and students question Yale’s fundraising priorities

Yale Daily News Yale’s latest fundraising campaign, which spear on October 2 and aims to raise $ 7 billion, sparked discussion among students and faculty about Yale’s growing importance to science, as well as how Yale’s $ 31.2 billion endowment can be allocated in the most efficient and ethical manner. …

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Obituary of David Verdery (1943 – 2021) – Cathedral City, California

David Verdery Dec 12 1943 – Sep 15, 2021 David “Dave” Verdery, beloved husband, father, father-in-law, son-in-law, dad, brother, brother-in-law, uncle, great-uncle and dear friend, passed away of this life on the evening of September 15, 2021. David is born in Waco, Texas. He was the first of three children …

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National Endowment for the Humanities awards more than $ 400,000 to 2 institutions in Alabama

The National Endowment for the Humanities recently awarded more than $ 400,000 in grants to two Alabama institutions to help them recover from the economic impact of the pandemic. The Sloss Furnaces Foundation, Inc. of Birmingham and the University of Southern Alabama at Mobile have been selected to receive more …

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NH’s latest educational initiatives get support from national and local conservative groups | Local News

As New Hampshire has emerged as a beacon of conservative education policy in recent years, a number of right-wing activist organizations, political institutes, and interest groups have shown renewed interest in the K-12 education system. the state. The NH Department of Education is a non-partisan entity, intended to implement policy …

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The initiative aims to strengthen the participation of undergraduates in research in the humanities

UNIVERSITY PARK, PA – Increasing undergraduate student engagement in humanities research is at the center of a new initiative launched by the Penn State Humanities Institute with support from the Schreyer Institute for Teaching Excellence and academic libraries. The partners will launch the Student Research Initiative with a symposium, “Rethinking …

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All Creatures Big and Small Season 2 Episode 4 Cast Explored

Since arriving on our screens, the Channel 5 adaptation of All Creatures Great and Small has proven to be a worthy successor to the original and a much-needed antidote to the rowdy ones of the past 18 months. One area where the new All Creatures certainly matches, if not exceeds, …

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