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Myanmar coup one year on: Growing surveillance threatens lives

Citizens of Myanmar face strong chances to access online space as military junta cracks down on dissent – Junta hacked into mobile devices, imposed internet shutdowns – Citizens are finding ways to continue to communicate, to protest – Proposed cybersecurity law will further compromise privacy By Rina Chandran Jan. 31 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – A […]

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Two Honored for Their Outstanding Achievements and Exemplary Leadership in Cardiothoracic Surgery

Newswise – CHICAGO (January 30, 2022) – In recognition of their extraordinary efforts and unwavering service, Joseph A. Dearani, MD, and Joseph E. Bavaria, MD, have each received the 2022 Distinguished Service Award from the Society of Thoracic Surgeons at the Society’s 58th Annual Meeting. “It is an honor and a great pleasure for me […]

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Liridian Gamboa Sanchez | College of Education and Human Development

Summary My parents immigrated from Mexico to the United States in 1996. They arrived with little education and no knowledge of the English language. However, that did not limit their willingness to instill in me the importance of getting a K-12 and higher education. My parents always told me that I would go to college […]

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What are we losing in the virtual workplace?

Opinions expressed by Contractor the contributors are theirs. In Ernest Cline’s 2011 science fiction novel Loan player one, life is divided into two disparate experiences: the real and the virtual. The story is set in the year 2045, in a future plagued by environmental, economic and social problems that force its inhabitants to spend time […]

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IIT Kanpur MBA Program is calling for applications for the 2022-23 academic year

IIT Kanpur is inviting applications for Master of Business Administration (MBA) program for the 2022-2023 academic year. MBA IIT Kanpur recently recorded a 100% placement for the 2020-22 outgoing batch with an annual growth of 22.5% in the average package offered. The MBA program falls under the Department of Industrial Engineering and Management (IME) of […]

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A former NASA astronaut’s perspective on what’s next for space exploration

As the world of aerospace continues to expand to include private companies that are now able to send people into orbit, space technology can help life on Earth. The advancement of space and medical technology is something that orthopedic surgeon, oncologist, chemical engineer and astronaut, Robert Satcher knows firsthand. “A lot of the imaging technology […]

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Your love language and your romantic style according to your zodiac sign

Could this be true love? Yes, and it may even be written in the stars! If I started studying astrology, it’s because I’ve always been fascinated by human relationships. Over the past few decades, I’ve discovered that you can learn a lot about someone’s romantic style and love language by looking up the zodiac. Are […]

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What we know about a future Navy robotic ship

The Utility Ship of Tomorrow is a robot that will follow the laws of the sea, autonomously chart its own course, and carry a range of payloads to serve the Navy throughout its lifetime. As Inside Defense reported last week, the US Navy’s new Medium Unmanned Surface Vessel (MUSV) “will feature a large payload area […]

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$150,000 grant expands Framingham State’s digital humanities offerings

Framingham State University has received a second grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) totaling $146,785 that will be used to expand race inquiry programs through the Digital Program University Humanities. Funds from the latest grant will provide a series of workshops and institutes focused on using digital humanities tools to explore issues […]

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Canadian university races former Chinese partner to make COVID-19 booster

The federal government has trumpeted past vaccine partnerships with a China-based company as one of the reasons Canada was pinning its hopes on a COVID-19 vaccine candidate from China at the start of the pandemic. Corn The fifth state looked at those partnerships and found that a collaboration with McMaster University in Hamilton stalled years […]

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Sudbury doctor to lead region’s cancer program

Breadcrumb Links News Local News Dr. Natalie Aubin will also lead Horizon Santé-Nord’s efforts to be socially responsible to the communities it serves. Dr Natalie Aubin jpg, SU Content of the article Health Sciences North and Ontario Health have appointed a Sudbury physician as Regional Vice President, Cancer (Health Ontario) and Vice President, Social Responsibility […]

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British Columbia glaciers have melted 7 times faster in the past decade than in previous years, UNBC study finds

Glaciers in British Columbia and Alberta have melted an average of seven times faster in the past decade than in previous periods, according to a new study by geologists from the University of Northern Columbia. British. Doctoral candidate Alexandre Bevington and Professor Brian Menounos used new technology to conduct the study. They fed more than […]

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COVID-19 Analysis for Global Human Resource (HR) Technology Market 2022-2031

New Jersey, United States, – Market Research Intellect has released a new publication on the Human Resources (HR) Technology Market, titled “Human Resources (HR) Technology Market Analysis and Forecast 2022”. -in-depth assessment of the global automotive chassis dynamometer market based on competition, market dynamics, market segmentation, and other vital aspects. The market research report is […]

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A historic verdict and a new front in the global fight for human rights

What shocked him, however, was how indifferent the authors were that such documents could ever be used against them. “You would expect them to try to hide things,” he says. “But no, they still signed with their names, rank and in their own handwriting. They believed 100% that they could write whatever they wanted and […]

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A new language for quantum computing | MIT News

Time crystals. Microwave. Diamonds. What do these three disparate things have in common? Quantum computing. Unlike traditional computers that use bits, quantum computers use qubits to encode information as zeros or ones, or both at the same time. Coupled with a cocktail of forces from quantum physics, these refrigerator-sized machines can process a lot of […]

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Powerhouse Company completes the first solid timber university building in the Netherlands

The energy-neutral building of Tilburg University sits on a 33 x 33 m footprint and houses 14 classrooms, self-study spaces and a foyer. Set in a striking wooded landscape, the shape of the lecture hall echoes existing modernist structures on campus. Primarily a cross-laminated timber structure, the lecture hall is a pioneer of Dutch university […]

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Humans move unconsciously in sync with robots

Humans, like most social animals, mirror each other’s mannerisms and facial expressions through an act that psychologists call mimicry. Most often, mimicry helps humans feel more positive about the person they are with. “When humans interact, they adopt each other’s rhythms in terms of breathing, speech and movement – and that’s unconscious,” says Ghiles Mostafaoui, […]

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HBL: Police investigating suspected extortion of Vietnamese greenhouse workers | News

Dozens of Vietnamese workers are suspected of being victims of extortion and possible human trafficking in a small town in western Finland. A greenhouse in Närpes (file photo). Image: Yle/Jukka Tyni Police are investigating the alleged exploitation of Vietnamese brought to Finland to work on vegetable farms in the west coast region of Ostrobothnia. Dozens […]

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Canada-US border: The family who froze to death came from a village in Gujarat

the Indian family of four, including an infant, who froze to death in Canada while allegedly trying to cross illegally to the United States, is believed to have originated from a village of Kalol tehsil in Gandhinagar district of Gujarat. They were said to have been part of a group and had left for Canada […]

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Efficacy and Safety of Oral Immunotherapy in Children Aged 1-3 Years with Peanut Allergy (Immune Tolerance Network IMPACT Trial): A Randomized Placebo-Controlled Study

Fund For young children with peanut allergy, food avoidance is the current standard of care. We sought to assess whether oral peanut immunotherapy can induce desensitization (an increased allergic reaction threshold during treatment) or remission (a state of unresponsiveness after stopping immunotherapy) in this population. Methods We conducted a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study at five […]

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A prehistoric eruption has helped recalibrate our timeline of human origins in Africa

In the late 1960s, archaeologists discovered a set of familiar bones in Ethiopia: a skull bone, a lower jaw and parts of a torso. This collection is known as Omo 1 and, at 200,000 years old, it is believed to be one of the oldest human remains ever discovered. Now, a new study claims the […]

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Three stories nonprofit leaders should avoid

Nonprofit executives and chief marketing officers are tasked with telling the stories of the organization’s impact. These stories are used in one-on-one meetings with donors, events and annual reports, support cases, thank-you letters, publicity, marketing and more. It’s not uncommon for the entire communication plan to be built around stories. Stories are the basis of […]

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Will Montezuma-Cortez continue four-day school weeks next year? – The newspaper

The Montezuma-Cortez RE-1 School District recently moved to four-day school weeks and plans to maintain the schedule next year. School board compares four- and five-day weeks Speculation has begun over whether the shortened school weeks will continue in the next school year in the Montezuma-Cortez RE-1 School District, after schools moved to four-day schedules when […]

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Clean technologies can help defend democracy and human rights, part 3

This article is part two of a 4-part series on how clean technology can help defend democracy and human rights. You can find part 1 here. I spent most of Part 2 discussing the growing problem of authoritarianism in the world and one of their favorite methods of controlling information to control people: telecom blackouts. […]

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In a press conference, Biden defends his first year in office

WASHINGTON — President Biden vowed on Wednesday to continue with a scaled-down version of his marquee domestic policy plan as he staged a two-hour defense of his first-year accomplishments and repeatedly berated Republicans for giving up on any serious attempt to rule the country. At an extensive press conference in the East Room of the […]

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Tech start-ups reach a new foam peak

Stunning data for 2021 tells the story. U.S. startups raised $330 billion, nearly double the 2020 record of $167 billion, according to PitchBook, which tracks private funding. More tech start-ups have crossed the $1 billion valuation threshold than in the previous five years combined. According to Crunchbase, the median amount of funds raised for very […]

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Bayfield School District cancels classes and events after 20 teachers were exposed to COVID-19 – The Journal

23% of the student body was absent on Tuesday The Bayfield School District has canceled classes and events and postponed community meetings due to an increase in COVID-19 cases. (Durango Herald file) The Bayfield School District announced Tuesday that classes, academic events and other scheduled activities have been postponed for the remainder of the week […]

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The felony charges are the first in a fatal accident involving an autopilot | Arizona News

By TOM KRISHER and STEFANIE DAZIO, Associated Press DETROIT (AP) — California prosecutors have filed two counts of vehicular manslaughter against the driver of a Tesla on Autopilot who ran a red light, rammed another car and killed two people in 2019. The defendant appears to be the first person to be charged with a […]

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Hand gesture system enhances human-computer interaction

Human-computer interaction is demonstrated in devices such as touch screens, computer mice, keyboards, and remote controls. Researchers have worked to improve this interaction through more interpersonal communications using machines. Voice-assisted technology is one way, and now a team in China is looking at physical movement as another approach. Researchers from Sun Yat-sen University (Guangzhou, China) […]

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Cooperation, COVID-19 and Connections: Day 1 at The Davos Agenda

The first day of the Davos Agenda heard from Xi Jinping, President of the People’s Republic of China, Narendra Modi, Prime Minister of India and António Guterres, Secretary General of the United Nations. COVID-19, inequality and the role of technology were all among the key topics. Global collaboration was at the center of many discussions, […]

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Academic Faculty for Academic Support-Innovation dept, Abu Dhabi Polytechnic, United Arab Emirates job with INSTITUTE OF APPLIED TECHNOLOGY

Abu Dhabi Polytechnic was established by the Institute of Applied Technology in 2010 to provide a dual educational-vocational training system with several high-tech disciplines (specializations) to produce technologists and engineers serving the UAE industrial workforce required for Abu Dhabi Economic Vision 2030. ADP’s specific vision is to create skilled professional technologists and engineers capable of […]

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Robo-advisors are growing in popularity. Can they replace a human advisor?

Robots want to be your next financial advisor. Not so long ago, this notion might have sounded like science fiction fantasy – the C-3PO cyborg from “Star Wars” in a power suit on Wall Street, perhaps. But robots, or so-called “robo-advisers,” could soon manage more than $1 trillion of Americans’ wealth. They’re not really tangible […]

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Renault Pet Communication EV is the future of maintaining balance between your pet and its life

We cannot exclude the fact that interacting with pets can improve a human’s physical and mental health. Ask any pet parent and they’ll confirm it wholeheartedly. But as I see it, not everyone has enough time to drop by and communicate with our pooches or kittens. Travel and work schedules are the two biggest criminals. […]

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2 weeks later, does New York Mayor Eric Adams still have some swagger?

By MICHELLE L. PRICE NEW YORK (AP) — On his eighth day as mayor of New York City, Eric Adams appeared before reporters to announce federal funds for a pandemic-stricken hospital system — and answer questions about some provocative hires in his nascent administration. Within hours, he was in front of the news cameras again, […]

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Welcome to the Age of the Authoritarian State

January 15, 2022 JHE RELATION between governments and businesses is constantly evolving. After 1945, many countries sought to rebuild society using state-owned and operated enterprises. In the 1980s, in the face of sclerosis in the West, the state retreated to become an arbiter overseeing the rules allowing private companies to compete in a global marketplace […]

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Chief Operating Officer | new adventures

new adventures is an iconic and groundbreaking British dance theater company, founded by renowned choreographer Matthew Bourne, famous for telling stories with a unique theatrical twist. Since 1987, New Adventures has changed the popularity of dance in Britain, creating work that has altered public perceptions of what is possible when it comes to telling stories […]

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Let’s take a break from the bad news and talk about butter cats

Dear diary, I write once again huddled under the covers, on the verge of frozen delirium, this time suitably seasoned, so at least there’s that. I throw out an Airborne chew with every throat tickle and feverishly hope 2022 doesn’t find me. . . I mean, enough already with this new year. Bag Lady can […]

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South Korea: backtracking on the protection of rights

(New York) – In 2021, South Korean President Moon Jae-in weakened civil and political freedoms and cracked down on North Korean human rights activists operating in South Korea, Human Rights Watch said today. today in his Global Report 2022. Nor has Moon’s government passed a comprehensive anti-discrimination law that would protect marginalized groups, including women, […]

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China’s mega-constellation project establishes satellite cluster in Chongqing

HELSINKI – A group leading China’s national low-earth orbit communications mega-constellation has founded two new companies to help develop the project, but overall plans remain vague. China Satellite Network Application Co., Ltd. and Chongqing Satellite Network System Research Institute Co., Ltd. were established in Chongqing Liangjiang New Area on December 29 to jointly build an […]

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Post-doctorate in Macroecology and Diversity of European Vegetation at MASARYK UNIVERSITY

Department: Department of Botany and Zoology – Faculty of Science Deadline: February 15, 2022 Start date: As soon as possible in 2022 Type of employment: fulltime Working area: Science and research Bursar of the Faculty of Science of Masaryk University announces open competition for the position Post-doctorate in Macroecology and Diversityof European vegetation, Masaryk University, […]

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Economists blame technology more for increasing inequality

Yet the technological shift evolved as the growth of post-secondary education slowed and businesses began to spend less on training their workers. “When technology, education and training move together, you achieve shared prosperity,” said Lawrence Katz, labor economist at Harvard. “Otherwise, you don’t. “ The increase in international trade has tended to encourage companies to […]

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Lushuirou’s inspiring illustrations explore communication through body language

Lushuirou has always preferred to express herself through images “rather than simple language,” she tells It’s Nice That. As an introverted person, she has become adept at noticing the “little emotions” that are expressed through people’s body language. As such, much of Lushuirou’s work focuses entirely on subtle hand gestures. Lushuirou explains, “The hand is […]

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Google must hand over more documents in work case, judge rules

Google has wrongly used attorney-client privilege to protect subpoena documents in a National Labor Relations Board case filed by former employees who claim the company fired them because of their union organizing efforts, has ruled a labor judge. Administrative Judge Paul Bogas, whom the NLRB has appointed as a special master to review the documents, […]

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Local lawyer continues to advocate for the arts in Tupelo

[ad_1] January 9 – TUPELO – The artistic community has long been the heart of Tupelo. With arts education integrated into public schools and countless outlets for dance, theater and music, Tupelo has made it a priority to make artistic experiences tangible for all ages. Mary Frances Massey is the product of these efforts. A […]

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Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) Market New technological events and market size predicted by Keyplayers

[ad_1] New Jersey, United States, – Market Research Intellect has been analyzing Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) technology and markets since 2018. Since then, through the analysis of company research, we have been very close to the latest research and market developments. In addition, Market Research Intellect works closely with many clients to help them better […]

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Idaho Faith: Say Thank You For Generosity, Support

[ad_1] The shortcomings of human language are exposed the moment one realizes that he or she is unable to express deep appreciation by saying, “Thank you.” David, in Psalm 103, attempts to express his gratitude for the blessings he has received from God. David invited his soul and everything in his whole being. Then he […]

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Scientists plan to launch tiny life forms into interstellar space

[ad_1] No longer only in the realm of science fiction, the possibility of interstellar travel has appeared, tantalizingly, on the horizon. While we might not see it in our lifetime – at least not an actual version of the chain-speed, hyper-driving, spatial-folding fictional genre – we have the first conversations about how life might escape […]

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Maxvorstadt is a hub for art lovers and academics

[ad_1] Maxvorstadt is known both as the artistic and university district of Munich. Just north of the historic city center, the district is often referred to as the “Brain of Munich” because of its “extraordinarily high” number of artistic and educational institutions, said Michael Reiss, managing partner of Munich Sotheby’s International Realty. A few steps […]

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Great Book, Creators, Global Reach – NBC New York

[ad_1] When veteran television producer Greg Berlanti was asked to adapt the novel “You” about a seductive charmer with a murderous streak, he immediately chose former “Supernatural” producer Sera Gamble as a collaborator. It may sound “horrible”, but it was the opposite, says Berlanti. Caroline Kepnes’ book had “all the great things I love about […]

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Hooded Honors College students for the 2021 fall semester

[ad_1] Friday, January 7, 2022 Media contact: Jordan Bishop | Communication specialist | 405-744-9782 | [email protected] Oklahoma State University Honors College celebrated its fall graduates with a balaclava ceremony on Dec. 10 in the Students Union Ballroom. Fifty-four honors graduates were invited to the ceremony, of which 25 were Honors College diploma candidates. To earn […]

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Maine organization offering first aid training in mental health

[ad_1] As many people experience the stress of the holidays, the winter season and the COVID-19 pandemic, an organization in Maine is offering training on how to spot and treat signs of mental health issues. NAMI Maine runs mental health first aid training courses. Unlike traditional first aid which can cover CPR and emergency medical […]

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Rookie winner interview: Avi | School Library Journal

[ad_1] The prolific author of Newbery Medalist Crispin and titles of honor Nothing but the truth and Charlotte Doyle’s True Confessions points out that protest and patriotism are woven into American history. Avi wrote three books which were recognized by the Newbery committee: Charlotte Doyle’s True Confessions received a Newbery Honor in 1991, Nothing but […]

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Fake Photos of Women Online: Journalist Sends Legal Notice to Tech Giants GitHub and Twitter

[ad_1] Days after Delhi Police filed a complaint related to pictures of abused muslim women on a website, a Delhi-based reporter sent a legal notice to tech companies Twitter and GitHub for details of who created the website and shared her spoofed photos with objectionable comments. The website hosted by the US-based open source platform […]

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A new protactile language emerges in Oregon

[ad_1] Jelica Nuccio is one of the founders of a new language called Protactile. It allows deafblind people to communicate directly without the need for an American Sign Language interpreter. Western Oregon University in Monmouth, Oregon, just received a $ 2.1 million grant from the Rehabilitation Services Administration (RSA) of the US Department of Education […]

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Vice President of Administration Kyle Cavanaugh to retire in September

[ad_1] After more than 13 years at the University, Vice President of Administration Kyle Cavanaugh will retire on September 30, according to a press release on Tuesday. Cavanaugh was first vice president of human resources at Duke in 2009, before an expansion of his responsibilities saw him change his title to vice president of administration. […]

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Pagnattaro appointed interim vice-president for education

[ad_1] Marisa Anne Pagnattaro, a seasoned administrator and distinguished professor, has been appointed interim vice president for education at the University of Georgia, effective February 1. Marisa Pagnattaro Pagnattaro has been Vice-President, Academic Affairs since 2019 and is Josiah Meigs Professor Emeritus at Terry College of Business. “Dr. Pagnattaro has a proven track record of […]

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Why ‘pruning’ friends was so common during the pandemic | Coronavirus

[ad_1] PRuning is typically a technique applied to roses in winter, but more recently the term gardening has popped up whenever sociologists talk about our social lives. People cut friends. Confined in our homes or separated by borders, with too much time offered to us in isolation and new ways to communicate online, experts say […]

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Covid vaccination campaign to launch amid restrictions, Kolkata Mayor Firhad Hakim said

[ad_1] Calcutta: Amid more restrictions, Kolkata Municipal Corporation (KMC) Mayor Firhad Hakim said childhood immunizations will be available at 16 different schools in Kolkata. “Amid the restrictions that will be imposed from Monday, vaccinations for children and the elderly will be carried out as planned, following all pandemic protocols,” Hakim said. Hakim also claimed that […]

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Chinese police chase overseas critics with cutting-edge technology

[ad_1] For Chinese security forces, the effort is a bold extension of a mandate that previously focused on Chinese platforms and better-known foreign dissidents. Now, violations as simple as posting a critical article on Twitter – or in the case of Ms. Chen, 23, citing, “I’m on Hong Kong’s side” – can have quick repercussions. […]

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Anne Million of Library District Honored for Work with Newcomers and Learners of English Receives 2021 Human Relations Award

[ad_1] Anne Million of the Poudre River Public Library District is the 2021 recipient of the City of Fort Collins Human Relations Commission (HRC) Public Service Staff Human Relations Award. Since 2018, Million has been instrumental in creating educational and social opportunities for newcomers and learners of English in our community. “Anne’s work, first as […]

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The Physics of Ritual and Ceremony – Lowell Sun

[ad_1] The rules have all changed now. We are no longer bound by the expectations of society regarding our religious devotions. Only decades ago, any American who did not belong to a church had a sidelong eye on the rest of society. One hundred years ago there were actually men who would roam the streets […]

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Party-goers urged not to travel across the UK

[ad_1] LONDON – Authorities have warned revelers in Scotland and Wales to think twice before heading to England to ring in the New Year, highlighting how the four parts of the UK are once again taking radically different approaches to restrictions on coronaviruses amid record infections and skyrocketing hospitalizations. Prime Minister Boris Johnson has resisted […]