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Emergency and disaster management briefing for April 9, 2021: Officials on St. Vincent ordered an evacuation ahead of the eruption of the La Soufrière volcano; a new grant program is available from ReCoverCa for homeowners impacted by the...
I’ve spent nearly 30 years pursuing exciting projects in science, technology, engineering, arts and math (STEAM). From an early age, I was curious about the world around me. Although I couldn’t put a name to it, I knew...
Cyprus is a small island located in the eastern Mediterranean. History has seen many groups fight over, occupy and be driven from this island. This historical turmoil has left Cyprus ethnically and religiously divided. The last major conflict and...
Podcast featuring Dr. Gary L. Deel, Ph.D, J.D., Faculty Director, School of Business andDr. Linda C. Ashar, J.D., Faculty Member, School of Business Corporate social responsibility, or CSR, is a way for companies to take a stance on social, environmental and political issues. In this...
This is the final article in a four-part series on the anatomy of the human brain and the way in which its different structures collaborate to accomplish learning. In the first part of this series, we looked at the...
It’s now officially over one year since the beginning of the pandemic that swept the world in the spring of 2020. While it may have seemed novel at first to bake bread, build a new garden bed, and...
Emergency and disaster management briefing for April 7, 2021: NIOSH issued a safety advisory on fading odorants in natural gas and propane; Utah’s governor declared a state of emergency for drought conditions amid an early start to the...
Podcast with Dr. Bethanie L. Hansen, Faculty Director, School of Arts and Humanities Feedback is an important part of online learning. In this episode, Dr. Bethanie Hansen provides tips and strategies about how to provide effective feedback to students. Learn how...
Growing up, most of my books came from my local library. Using the Dewey Decimal System, my class was given time each week to go to the library and check out books to be returned the following week....
The COVID-19 pandemic caught our leaders, organizations and businesses by surprise in early 2020. The impact was particularly hard for some smaller businesses. Owners and managers of these businesses came to realize that in order to survive and...

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