STEM EDUCATION - Higher Education

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Washington University Stops Intubation Training Using Cats

by Jim Salter, Associated Press | October 18, 2016

ST. LOUIS ― Washington University in St. Louis said Monday that it has stopped using sedated [...]

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Nike Co-founder Phil Knight Pledges $500M to University of Oregon

by Associated Press |

EUGENE, Ore. ― Nike co-founder Phil Knight and his wife have pledged $500 million to the Univ [...]

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Tulane Gets $11.4M, 5-year Grant for New Research Institute

| October 16, 2016

NEW ORLEANS ―The National Institutes of Health is giving Tulane University $11.4 over the nex [...]

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Experts: Math, Science Underemphasized in College Prep for Minorities

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | October 5, 2016

A groundbreaking report shattered the notion that mere exposure to “college knowledge” will [...]

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The Rise of Global Hispanics

by Fernando León García |

A new generation of global Hispanic professionals is rising, ready to navigate the world and st [...]

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Addressing Common Misperceptions to Diversify the STEM Talent Pipeline

by George Moore | October 3, 2016

As we work to bridge the gap between the labor force and the needs of employers, we must also w [...]

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Algebra Project to Pave Way for Minority Students to Pursue STEM

by Jamal Eric Watson | September 26, 2016

The Algebra Project, a unique approach to teaching mathematics that was developed by civil righ [...]

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Scholars: Science Advisor Should be Trump, Clinton Priority

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | September 14, 2016

The next president of the United States should name a science advisor right away in order to ma [...]

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Several Concerns at University of Missouri Medical School

by Associated Press | September 11, 2016

COLUMBIA, Mo. ― The University of Missouri School of Medicine is noncompliant in several area [...]

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