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The Clarion-Ledger
Mississippi campus briefs: July 24in stem cell therapy and cardiac repair, will receive the 2016 Distinguished Al
Mississippi campus briefs: July 24
The Clarion-Ledger / Posted yesterday
in stem cell therapy and cardiac repair, will receive the 2016 Distinguished Alumnus Award from the American Association of State Colleges and Universities. Dr. Doris Taylor, director of regenerative medicine at the Texas Heart Institute, will... Read more
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Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal
UM selected for APLU grantOXFORD – The University of Mississippi received a $515,000 grant from the Assoc
UM selected for APLU grant
Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal / Posted 2 days ago
OXFORD – The University of Mississippi received a $515,000 grant from the Association of Public Land-grant Universities to implement personalized learning for undergraduate students over a three-year period. UM will do this through adaptive... Read more
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The Age
Victoria Barracks embraced in Southbank arts blueprintand turning Victoria Barracks and police stables into cultural sites are among
Victoria Barracks embraced in Southbank arts blueprint
The Age / Posted 12 days ago
and turning Victoria Barracks and police stables into cultural sites are among long-awaited plans to boost Melbourne's arts precinct to be released by the state government. Launched by former Victorian premier Ted Baillieu in 2011, the... Read more
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Palo Alto Weekly
Stanford's Michael Kirst, an innovator for educationKirst, close to 80 years old, is now in his 52nd year of an uncommon career in
Stanford's Michael Kirst, an innovator for education
Palo Alto Weekly / Posted 16 days ago
Kirst, close to 80 years old, is now in his 52nd year of an uncommon career in education policy. Despite an intimidating CV that spans decades of education experience, from the White House to the California school board, the retired professor conveys... Read more
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Daily Mail
Pea plants 'gamble' to make decisionsGAMBLING for nutrients Scientists studied plant’s risk appetite by splitting t
Pea plants 'gamble' to make decisions
Daily Mail / Posted 24 days ago
GAMBLING for nutrients Scientists studied plant’s risk appetite by splitting their roots into 2 pots With a slim chance of survival, the plants decided to gamble on nutrients But when food was more plentiful, they were more risk averse Result... Read more
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The Seattle Times
Alvin Toffler, author of ‘Future Shock,’ dies at 87Alvin Toffler, the celebrated author of “Future Shock,” the first in a trilogy
Alvin Toffler, author of ‘Future Shock,’ dies at 87
The Seattle Times / Posted 25 days ago
Alvin Toffler, the celebrated author of “Future Shock,” the first in a trilogy of best-selling books that presciently forecast how people and institutions of the late 20th century would contend with the immense strains and soaring opportunities of... Read more
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The Daily Record
Scott Vieth | Design CollectiveScott Vieth, AIA, LEED AP BD+C has been named a principal with Design Collectiv
Scott Vieth | Design Collective
The Daily Record / Posted 30 days ago
Scott Vieth, AIA, LEED AP BD+C has been named a principal with Design Collective. Vieth’s career spans 30 years of higher education, student housing, adaptive use, workplace and multi-family housing design, winning more than 30 design awards. He... Read more
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Vancouver Business Journal
Moving Fourth Plain forwardAs one of the oldest roads in Clark County, Fourth Plain Boulevard has seen its
Moving Fourth Plain forward
Vancouver Business Journal / Posted 30 days ago
As one of the oldest roads in Clark County, Fourth Plain Boulevard has seen its share of history with some parts dating as far back as the Hudson’s Bay Company era. A melting pot of multi-cultural businesses makes up the vast majority of retail and... Read more
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Quartz
Millennials are obsessed with side hustles because they’re all we’ve gotso ubiquitous that, in April, Glamour Magazine posed the rueful question: “You
Millennials are obsessed with side hustles because they’re all we’ve got
Quartz / Posted a month ago
so ubiquitous that, in April, Glamour Magazine posed the rueful question: “You don’t freelance on the side… What kind of urban-dwelling Millennial are you?” Failing to participate in the trend might even lead one to a “Millennial identity... Read more
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Kingston Daily Freeman
Local Sports Calendaremail to mstribl@freemanonline.com; mail to Daily Freeman, Sports Dept., 79 Hur
Local Sports Calendar
Kingston Daily Freeman / Posted a month ago
email to mstribl@freemanonline.com; mail to Daily Freeman, Sports Dept., 79 Hurley Ave., Kingston, N.Y., 12401 or drop off at our office during business hours. Submissions must be received by 5 p.m. Wednesday. ARCHERY Adaptive Archery... Read more

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