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UNM lecturer in Arabic receives prestigi...

Senior Arabic professor Heather Sweetser at the University of New Mexico recently received a prestigious honor. The American Council on Foreign Language Education named her National Language Teacher of the Year 2022 in November. (Courtesy of Heather Sweetser) Copyright © 2022 Albuquerque Journal Heather Sweetser had just graduated from high school and worked in a […]

Western Carolina University – NC Scottis

WCU Stories January 6, 2022 By Bill Studenc Members of the NC Scottish Rite Masonic Foundation present a $ 13,000 grant to representatives of the WCU Speech and Hearing Clinic. From left to right: Andrew Norton, WCU graduate in 2002, Franklin Valley representative for NC RiteCare; Traci Rice, 1997 WCU graduate and chair of the […]

“It’s a revenge”: the worldwide success

WWearing intricate costumes made of plants and adorned with tropical flowers, the women look spectacular. While their torsos remain completely still, somehow impossible, their hips are circling so fast it’s almost a blur. These women perform the traditional Tahitian dance, or Ori Tahiti, during Tahiti’s annual cultural festival, the Heiva. And they are not alone. […]

As the first deaf employee at Altria, th...

By Leila Ugincius Virginia Commonwealth University School of Business has a long history of a unique symbiotic relationship with the Richmond business community. Over the years, the school’s graduates have led some of the area’s industry behemoths, from Universal Corp. to Luck Cos. Executives from Fortune 500 companies such as Performance Food Group, Altria Group […]

Universities must help their communities...

Compared to other Asian migrant populations in Western Australia (WA), the Mongolian community is relatively small, with less than 400 people. However, the second generation children of this group are already in real danger of losing all traces of their Mongolian language, culture and heritage. The situation contrasts sharply with what has happened with larger […]

Study shows worrying lack of knowledge a...

To achieve more equitable care and social justice for patients with disabilities, significant improvements are needed to educate physicians on how to make health care delivery systems more accessible and accommodating. Lisa I. Iezzoni, MD, MSc, Mongan Institute, Massachusetts General Hospital BOSTON – More than 30 years after the passage of the Americans with Disabilities […]

Registration open for the French immersi...

Families can register their children for a place at Saint-Landry School, a public charter school that opened this school year in Sunset, for the fall semester. For the 2022-2023 academic year, the French immersion charter school will offer 60 places for kindergarten students as well as a limited number of places in the first and […]

Students can get help with Federal Stude...

WALLINGFORD— Daniela Juarez, senior at Sheehan High School, wanted to find an affordable college choice. Her first option is a community college, which will give her the opportunity to explore different career paths. After signing up for the free application for Federal Student Aid, she was excited to learn that the cost of the community […]

Central Bucks Student Coder Creates Amaz...

With just four words, a tech-savvy teenager from Bucks County made it easy to learn about upcoming events in Pennsylvania’s third largest school district. “Alexa – open Central Bucks.” Alaina Ahuja, 13, an eighth grade student at Tamanend Middle School, created an Amazon Alexa skill for parents and students at 23 schools in the Central […]

Ahead of the Dynamic Gujarat Summit: two...

More than 120 education experts are expected to reflect on the National Education Policy (NEP) 2020 and its role in transforming education, at the International Conference of Academic Institutions (ICAI) to be held on January 5-6 at the Cité des sciences. Pre-summit as part of the Vibrant Gujarat Global Summit (VGGS) 2022, the two-day ICAI […]