Acclaim: Recent Honors for Emory Faculty and Staff | Emory University

Emory faculty and staff are frequently recognized for their work at the local, national and international levels. The following is a sample of recent accolades, including awards for professional contributions and leadership appointments. Honors highlighted in this column: Points of Light recognizes Beshad’s service Ophthalmologist Emory Eye Center Soroosh Behshad …

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Jupiter transit 2021: The retrograde transit of Jupiter June 2021: Effects and signs of the zodiac and remedies

Jupiter is considered to be the ruler of all the planets. Jupiter also has special significance in Indian astrology. According to Indian astrology, Jupiter is considered the important factor of knowledge, philosophy, goodwill, religion, fame, wealth, marriage. Jupiter has an important role in all the auspicious works that occur in …

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Struggling with grief this Father’s Day? Six ways to cope with heartache

FOR those who have lost a parent, Father’s Day can be a difficult time. The tragic loss of life suffered due to the coronavirus pandemic has meant that many people will have to spend the celebration without their father by their side. 3 If you’re struggling this Father’s Day, there …

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ARTS AND HUMANITIES: Museum displays local color photographs | Characteristics

Many years ago, after completing my doctorate, I was hired at USC Aiken to teach classical American literature, from colonial beginnings until 1899. One of the courses I regularly offered was the American realism, which covers approximately the second half of the 19th century; and one of the main literary …

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The times of conspiracy theories and fake news

Dated: Thursday, June 10, 2021 Time: 3:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Location: Online Co-organized by St Mary’s University and the Association for Psychosocial Studies. We live in an age characterized by increasing political polarization, fake news, conspiracy theories and other forms of extremism. Social media such as Facebook, Twitter or …

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Joséphine Jobert of Death in Paradise reveals the secrets of the filming of season 11

June 19, 2021 – 9:05 PM BST Eve crosbie The French actress who plays DI Florence Cassell in the BBC series answered burning questions from Instagram fans Josephine Jobert loved being back in Guadeloupe to shoot the last season of Death in paradise, and Friday between takes, she decided to …

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Religious News | News, Sports, Jobs

PASTOR SERVICE: Faith Fellowship Church of God, 388 E. Midlothian Blvd., Youngstown, will hold a memorial service today at 3 p.m. for former pastor Johnathan Mitchell. In 2020, after being hospitalized for more than 100 days to fight COVID-19 and other health issues, Mitchell returned to church to minister last …

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Administrator of Davidson College. Kristen Eshleman appointed Vice President of Library and Information Technology Services

Jack P. Carroll ’24 Editor-in-chief In an email to members of the Trinity College community on Wednesday, May 26, College President Joanne Berger-Sweeney has announced the appointment of Kristen Eshleman as Trinity’s Vice President for Library and Information Technology Services. Eshleman, who will take up her new role on July …

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Why should you join a fertility support group

If you are struggling with infertility, should you join a fertility support group? As you reflect on this, it is necessary to know that no matter where you are on your journey to becoming a parent, a fertility support group can go a long way in making this process easier …

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“The Paradigm of Connections” Connects Ancient Jewish Wisdom and Sanity

The most recent approach to modern mental health is perhaps only 3,000 years old – and is Jewish. In his new book, “The Connections Paradigm”, psychiatrist David H. Rosmarin explores an ancient concept in Jewish wisdom by claiming that humans are either connected or disconnected through three relationships in their …

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