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MLive.com
UM-Flint's Sue Borrego reflects on first year, city, student lifeFLINT, MI – It's been just more than a year since Sue Borrego left California f
UM-Flint's Sue Borrego reflects on first year, city, student life
MLive.com / Posted 2 days ago
FLINT, MI – It's been just more than a year since Sue Borrego left California for the heart of this city's downtown after being picked to lead the University of Michigan-Flint. Since being named chancellor of the university, she's learned lessons,... Read more
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citybizlist Dallas
Stantec Sweeps 2015 Caudill Class with Three Project WinnersRichard J. Lee Elementary School, Robert R. Shaw Center for STEAM, and Lytle El
Stantec Sweeps 2015 Caudill Class with Three Project Winners
citybizlist Dallas / Posted 2 days ago
Richard J. Lee Elementary School, Robert R. Shaw Center for STEAM, and Lytle Elementary School make up Caudill Class of 2015; Four additional projects receive Stars of Distinction Stantec continues its legacy of award-winning education projects with... Read more
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KOMU Columbia
MU graduate students come together after losing insurance subsidiesCOLUMBIA - University of Missouri graduate students and leaders are all looking
MU graduate students come together after losing insurance subsidies
KOMU Columbia / Posted 10 days ago
COLUMBIA - University of Missouri graduate students and leaders are all looking for solutions on how to make up for lost health insurance subsidies. Following MU's decision to drop its graduate students' health insurance subsidies because of legal... Read more
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redOrbit
Exam stress can cause injuries in college athleticsBryan Mann, an assistant professor of physical therapy in the MU School of Heal
Exam stress can cause injuries in college athletics
redOrbit / Posted 18 days ago
Bryan Mann, an assistant professor of physical therapy in the MU School of Health Professions and assistant director of strength and conditioning for the university’s athletics department, and his colleagues reviewed weekly injury reports for more... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Academic stress increases injury risk among college football playersCoaches and trainers strive to keep their players healthy so they can perform a
Academic stress increases injury risk among college football players
News-Medical-Net / Posted 25 days ago
Coaches and trainers strive to keep their players healthy so they can perform at their maximum potentials. Injury restrictions, or limits on athletes' physical activity due to illnesses or injuries, can keep athletes on the bench for a game or even... Read more

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