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Air Canada reconnects with India – AirlineGeeks.com

[ad_1] [ News ]September 29, 2021 11:31 a.m.ET By Benjamin Pham Air Canada reconnects with India The question of when to safely reopen Canada’s borders for some international travelers remains a constant conversation among many world leaders during the ongoing Covid-19 ordeal. Many major airlines continue to monitor travel restrictions and must adjust their flight schedules and route network to ...

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Annual global climate strike takes place on September 24, with low attendance in Houston

[ad_1] Illustrated by Chloé Xu By Viola Hsia 09/28/21 10:13 PM September 24 marked climate marches across the country, including one in Houston. Rice Climate Alliance, a club dedicated to defending and educating students about the current climate crisis, did not participate due to poor organization of the Houston march, according to Clara Ursic, the treasurer of the Rice Climate ...

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“Need to focus on the employability of foreign language translators”

[ad_1] Although the internet and technology have streamlined the process of translating and learning foreign languages, it may have resulted in a slight reduction in the number of jobs for language translators. But there are still plenty of possibilities for translating, subtitling, localizing and interpreting documents in foreign languages ​​for students who wish to pursue a career in the field, ...

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Merkel’s legacy balanced as party heads for worst score since WWII

[ad_1] Published on: 09/26/2021 – 8:32 PMAmended: 09/26/2021 – 8:30 p.m. Berlin (AFP) German Chancellor Angela Merkel can be congratulated abroad for her handling of the cold crisis – at home, her legacy risks being tarnished by a botched succession with her party set to return to its worst post-war score in elections Sunday. Preliminary results show that the conservative ...

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Merkel’s legacy balanced as party risks electoral defeat

[ad_1] German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s Tories May Withdraw From Government Completely After 16 Years In Power BERLIN – German Chancellor Angela Merkel can be congratulated abroad for her handling of the cold crisis – at home, her legacy risks being tarnished by a botched succession with her party set to return to its worst post-war score in the Sunday elections. ...

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Syracuse University and MEAC sign alliance agreement

[ad_1] Contracts have already been signed between Syracuse and Morgan State in football (scheduled for 2029) and between Syracuse and Morgan State in women’s basketball (November 17, 2021). Syracuse University and the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) announced today that they have signed a one-of-a-kind agreement, creating an alliance designed to connect institutions, student-athletes, staff and alumni. The 10-year partnership, which ...

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Three American Indians Named Inaugural AAPI Ambassadors by AAPI Victory Alliance, Victory Fund | Indian of the world

[ad_1] On September 24, the AAPI Victory Alliance and AAPI Victory Fund officially launched their AAPI Ambassador Program, an inaugural cohort of a passionate and influential AAPI group eager to mobilize the rapidly growing AAPI electorate and advocate for issues at the forefront of the AAPI community like voting rights, gun violence prevention, misinformation / disinformation and climate change, three ...

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DOE welcomes new Biden-Harris appointees

[ad_1] WASHINGTON DC – The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) today announced that new people appointed by the Biden-Harris administration have joined the team to help fight climate change and build a more prosperous clean energy future and more equitable. With these new hires, DOE appointees form a historically diverse team with 58% women, 58% BIPOC, and 21% employees identifying ...

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To the fond memory, Georgerene “Georgie” Russell

[ad_1] The funeral for Georgerene “Georgie” Russell, 71, a lifelong Riverton resident, will be held at 10:00 am on Monday September 27, 2021 at the Neighborhood Alliance Church. Interment will follow at Mountain View Cemetery. Immediately after the funeral services, everyone is invited to join the family at The Reach Clubhouse for a reception. The visitation will take place from ...

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Palestine advocates meet to present letter to lawmakers – Boston University News Service

[ad_1] By Youmna SukkarBoston University Press Service BOSTON – Palestinian organizers and their allies gathered in downtown Boston this week to deliver a letter of support for the Palestinians to the offices of U.S. senators in Massachusetts. The letter called for an end to all U.S. military funding to Israel, that a version of U.S. House Bill HR 2590 be ...

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Businesses pledge millions to end world hunger by

[ad_1] Geneva, Switzerland, September 21, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Today, 42 companies pledged a pledge of $ 345 million to help end world hunger in a new initiative led by key international organizations. The Zero hunger Private sector Commitment is a revolutionary solution resulting from the lines of action of the United Nations Summit on Food Systems (UNFSS). It recognizes ...

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Barnes Center needs a men’s counseling center

[ad_1] Men are often afraid of being belittled, laughed at or ridiculed for talking about their emotions. Syracuse University must provide male students with the support they need to help de-stigmatize men’s mental health issues. Many men internalize their emotions instead of confronting them, and mental health is rarely discussed among men. The pervasiveness of “bro culture” and toxic masculinity ...

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Alumni News – September 2021

[ad_1] Jamella Foster ’17 has always had a passion for sport. Elementary and Middle School basketball and soccer rec league. Cross country in college. High school basketball, athletics, softball and recreational soccer. Four years as a member of the Roanoke College women’s basketball team – her final year as team captain. Quite naturally, Foster, who holds a BA in Communication ...

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Sanae Takaich hopes to be the first female leader in Japan

[ad_1] Mr. Abe is widely seen as failing to deliver on his promises to advance women in society. In the World Economic Forum’s annual gender gap analysis, Japan, which has the world’s third-largest economy, ranks 120th out of 156 countries. Women are still struggling to gain traction in Japanese politics, especially at the national level. Yuriko Koike, the governor of ...

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True Crime Book Focus Group from Rodman | News, Sports, Jobs

[ad_1] Ashley Mock, Reference Librarian at the Rodman Public Library at Alliance, will lead a new True Mystery Novel focus group starting in October. (Photo submitted) If reading up on actual embezzlement and misconduct is your idea of ​​a good time, then you must join the True Crime Junkies. Led by Ashley Mock, Reference Librarian at the Rodman Public Library ...

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The United States “in danger” if it does not remain open to global talent

[ad_1] During the launch of a webinar of his new book, America Calling: a foreign student in a land of possibilities, owned by the nonprofit The Presidents’ Alliance on Higher Education and Immigration, Bhandari, an advisor to the organization, noted the declining population of the United States. “By all accounts, university enrollment by domestic students will decline. If the United ...

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ONTARIO: Colleges and universities must update their policies on sexual assault

[ad_1] Policies on sexual harassment and sexual violence to be updated by next March to better support students Ontario colleges and universities will need to update their policies on sexual violence and harassment by next March to better support students who file complaints. The government said on Thursday that policies must ensure that students who report sexual violence will not ...

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Fueled by her own trauma, a doctoral student fights to break the cycle of sexual violence | UMM News

[ad_1] Contact: Erin FlynnSeptember 7, 2021 Tabitha Mpamira established the EDJA Foundation, now known as the Mutera Healing Foundation, to break the cycle of sexual and gender-based violence in sub-Saharan Africa. KALAMAZOO, Michigan — Trauma manifests itself in several ways. Tabitha mpamira became fascinated by its intricacies while working in psychology labs as an undergraduate student at Western Michigan University. ...

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Stony Brook University, New York

[ad_1] Noele Certain, fifth-year doctoral candidate in the PhD program in Molecular and Cellular Pharmacology at Stony Brook University, received the NIH Blueprint Diversity Specialized Predoctoral to Postdoctoral Advancement in Neuroscience (D-SPAN) award from the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and AVC from the National Institutes of Health (NIH). The NIH D-SPAN Award will support up to six years of ...

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Every Biennial Louisville Photo Event You May Attend This Year

[ad_1] The Photo Biennale has been around since 1999. What was once a dream of former Artemisia owner Erin Devine was almost lost until Paul Paletti stepped in and took the helm. Today, despite the setbacks of the pandemic, Paletti has found a way to move the Biennale forward – with the cooperation of many people and organizations. This year, ...

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Westfield special education student wins college scholarship

[ad_1] New Jersey Alliance of Private Special Education Schools press release: August 27, 2021 Rory Scialabba, a Westfield resident and a graduate of Calais School in Whippany, is one of two recipients of the Joe Gorga Fellowship, awarded by the Alliance of Private Special Education Schools of New Jersey. The Alliance is a nonprofit group of 40 state-approved private special ...

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The Big Ten, Pac 12, and the ACC Alliance are official (sort of)

[ad_1] On Tuesday, the Big Ten, Pac 12 and ACC conferences officially formed an alliance in hopes of shaping the future of college football. The announcement follows the departure of two historic Big 12 Conference programs, the University of Texas and the University of Oklahoma, to join the Southeastern Conference (SEC). The trio of commissioners held a joint press conference ...

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Laura Crossey of UNM promoted to Distinguished Professor

[ad_1] Professor Laura Crossey’s interest in planetary science at the University of New Mexico dates back to her childhood memory of watching the first steps on the moon on her grandmother’s black and white television in Illinois. Today, she has over 150 peer-reviewed publications and is a Distinguished Professor – the highest title the faculty can have – in the ...

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USM Museum of Art Call for entries: Little Things Matter Sculpture Exhibition – Picayune Item

[ad_1] The University of Southern Mississippi (USM) Museum of Art has announced a call for nominations for Little Things Matter: National Juried Small-Scale Sculpture Exhibition, with a jury by George Beasley. This exhibition features small-scale sculptures made by artists from across the United States. Artists 18 years of age or older are invited to submit nominations of original works created ...

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Calls from college professors for mask and vaccination warrants are getting louder and louder.

[ad_1] Only a few weeks before the start of the school year, professors and students from several universities are … [+] insisting that their campuses impose stricter protections against the spread of the coronavirus. getty In the past two weeks alone, professors at a number of colleges and universities have started to rally and call on their institutions to institute ...

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Sandwiched between superpowers: Is Hong Kong just a pawn in US-Chinese rivalry, reports Pana Janviroj in two-part series finale

[ad_1] The United States and China are unlikely to undermine Hong Kong’s position as the world’s leading financial center in their struggle for power and influence in the region, according to leading academics from both countries. Dr Richard Weixing Hu, dean of the Faculty of Social Sciences at the University of Macau, said that although the stakes are very high ...

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High school students present ideas to Grand Valley State on how to tackle equity issues in higher education

[ad_1] ALLENDALE, MI – Grand Valley State University works with high school students across the country to develop innovative solutions to higher education challenges such as food insecurity, mental health, financial hardship, and more. The students presented their 12 big ideas on Thursday August 5 to leaders of GVSU and five other universities across the country that make up the ...

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WOU’s women’s basketball assistant coach Girten goes all-American on the football field

[ad_1] History links MONMOUTH, Oregon – You hear the stories of athletes from two sports, but usually it happens in high school or college. Current Western Oregon University Women’s Basketball Assistant Coach Katie girten recently had the chance to show off her skills on the grill and her abilities helped her win All-American honors and a chance to play in ...

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University of Strathclyde forges strategic partnership with engineering company

[ad_1] University of Strathclyde forges strategic partnership with engineering company Posted August 6, 2021 International engineering company Babcock and the University of Strathclyde have established a new strategic partnership to develop and deliver innovation through world-class projects. The alliance is a recognition of the growing importance of academic-industrial relations. Babcock and Strathclyde have worked together for over 30 years. The ...

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British graduate student among the 11 recognized by the International Sculpture Center

[ad_1] LEXINGTON, Ky. (Aug 5, 2021) – Amalia Galdona Broche, a recent graduate of the University of Kentucky’s School of Art and Visual Studies, is one of 11 students who received the prestigious International Sculpture Center’s Outstanding Student Achievement in Contemporary Sculpture Award for 2021. The International Center for Sculpture (ISC) established the annual awards program in 1994 to recognize ...

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Data breach reveals identity of 2 million Chinese Communists

[ad_1] A large database obtained from the Chinese government server in Shanghai reveals the identities of nearly 2 million Chinese Communist Party members, thousands of which are British companies such as British consulates, defense firms, banks, universities and jaguars. I work in. HSBC and Rolls-Royce. Leaked database reveals how many Chinese Communist Party members are embedded in UK institutions such ...

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Kemp Launches Effort to Boost Georgia Electric Mobility Industry |

[ad_1] ATLANTA – Kia Motors America, which operates an assembly plant in Troup County producing 340,000 vehicles per year, recently dropped “Motors” from its name and is now known simply as “Kia America”. The reason? The Korean automaker’s $ 25 billion plan to switch to electric vehicles will soon make “engines” obsolete. This same trend is behind Gov. Brian Kemp’s ...

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AACI members choose Winn as president-elect

[ad_1] Newswise – Robert Winn, MD, director of the VCU Massey Cancer Center, was elected by the members of the Association of American Cancer Institutes (AACI) to the position of vice president / elected chair of the board of directors of the AACI. Dr. Winn’s new position is effective immediately. Current AACI President Caryn Lerman, PhD, director of the USC ...

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Pathogenic fungi find new habitat on microplastic particles in soils

[ad_1] Representatives of many pathogenic fungal species find new habitats on microplastic particles in the soil and could thus be one of the possible causes of an increase in fungal infections. Researchers from Bayreuth, Hanover and Munich have demonstrated this in a new study. Using high-throughput methods, the scientists analyzed fungal communities from soil samples taken from sites near human ...

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Stop treating hobbies as a productivity hack

[ad_1] Christopher Anderson / Magnum As Europe recovered from World War II, philosopher Josef Pieper wondered about leisure. “A time like the present,” he admitted, “seems at all times not to be a time to talk about leisure. We are engaged in rebuilding a house, and our hands are full. But such paybacks, according to Pieper, were also an opportunity ...

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Inge Hoffmann | Obituaries | Gloucester timetable

[ad_1] Inge Schneier Hoffmann May 16, 2021 Cambridge – Inge Schneier Hoffmann died on May 16 at her longtime home on Washington Avenue in Cambridge, MA. She was born in Vienna, Austria, in 1929, the only child of her Jewish parents, Joseph and Szerina Schneier, who immigrated to the United States at the age of 11, after the annexation of ...

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17 Nominated for the Fernando Award

[ad_1] 17 nominees for the Fernando Award | San Fernando Valley Business Journal Wednesday July 14, 2021 The Fernando Prize Foundation on Wednesday announced 17 nominees for this year’s Fernando Prize. “This is one of the largest and most diverse candidate pools in Fernando’s history,” said Fernando Award Foundation co-chairs Mark Levinson and Pegi Matsuda. “It shows that despite the ...

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Sheila Edwards Lange chosen as UW Tacoma chancellor

[ad_1] Press Releases July 13, 2021 University of Washington President Ana Mari Cauce and President Mark A. Richards today announced the selection of Sheila Edwards Lange, President of Seattle Central College, as Chancellor of the University of Washington Tacoma. His appointment, awaiting approval from the UW board of regents, is expected to begin on September 16. Edwards Lange has many ...

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What are the challenges of redistribution

[ad_1] Illustration by Adriana Heldiz San Diego is about to get a new electoral map. Each decade, an independent group reviews the census information and sets out to redraw the lines. The changes this time around will probably be less dramatic than in the past, however, there will be changes due to demographic changes during the last years. In a ...

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Sacajawea, Lewis and Clark statue falls

[ad_1] Quickly move forward to a Zoom meeting in 2021, where the board consulted Abrahamson and the Exploration Center’s executive director, Alexandria Searls. In 2019, the center expressed interest in taking the statue, and now in 2021, they plan to work with descendants of Sacajawea and other indigenous groups to contextualize it within the new setting. “Our hope is to ...

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University of Texas partners with tech companies to create new 6G R&D center

[ad_1] The University of Texas (UT) has partnered with technology companies Qualcomm, Samsung, AT&T, NVIDIA and InterDigital to establish a new research center, dubbed 6G @ UT, to lay the foundation for 6G. “The advancements in wireless communications and machine learning over the past decade have been incredible, yet distinct,” said Jeffrey Andrews, director of 6G @ UT. “Coupled with ...

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Delta Dental Plan of Maine adds 3 people to its Board of Directors

[ad_1] APPOINTMENTS TO THE BOARD Marcia Minter Dr Grace Odimayo Dr Brad Rand Delta Dental Plan of Maine announced the recent election of three new directors to its board of directors: Marcia Minter from Portland, Dr Grace Odimayo Augusta and Dr Brad Rand of the brewer. Minter is the co-founder and executive director of Indigo Arts Alliance in Portland, a ...

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Blog | Mazar-e-Sharif: Yesterday and Today, Opinions & Blogs News

[ad_1] May 1997. The Taliban militia, backed by Pakistan, rushes to take control of Afghanistan. About two-thirds of the country was under his control and the rest under the Northern Alliance or Jumbish-e-Islami, a coalition of militias loyal to General Abdul Rashid Dostum, Karim Khalili’s Hizb-e-Wahadat and the Jamiat- e -Islami of Professor Burhanuddin Rabbani & Ahmed Shah Masood, the ...

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Global Covid-19 death toll exceeds 4 million

[ad_1] In total, three countries account for more than a third of all deaths worldwide. The United States, which has the highest death toll with 606,000, accounts for 15% of the world total, followed by Brazil and India. The Delta variant, a more transmissible and possibly more dangerous strain of coronavirus, is also contributing to an increase in cases in ...

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New report aims to make musculoskeletal health a global priority

[ad_1] An international research team has found that despite being the leading global cause of pain, disability, and health care spending, the prevention and management of musculoskeletal health, including conditions such as low back pain , fractures, arthritis and osteoporosis, are globally under-prioritized has developed an action plan to fill this gap. In response to a targeted call from the ...

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Coffee benefits farmers in Kenya

[ad_1] The Growers Alliance Café & Gift Shop on Anastasia Boulevard in St. Augustine isn’t just a business for owners Martin Kabuki and Purity Gikunju – it’s a way to help coffee growers in their native Kenya. Children of coffee farmers, the partners know the hard life of the people who harvest the beans for drink. While working as a ...

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