A gift from her father when she was 8 years old sent Jean Bennett onto a career path in science and medicine, one that will
In the wake of the devastating Mt. Polley Mine disaster, and even as the latest tests confirmed elevated levels of toxic copper and lead in aquatic life, a predictable progression is already underway.
Some environmental groups are worried it could come up as the shutdown drags on and the debt-ceiling deadline approaches
ASCAP Workshop: Chatting With Richard Bellis, Matthew Margeson, Michael Bearden and Joe Trapanese, Plus Exclusives by The Grahams and Sweet Relief's Victoria Williams
"Our participants come to the Workshop at a critical point in their careers. We identify them just before they launch and provide a training ground for them to hone the skills they will need to succeed. Think of it as a finishing school." - ASCAP's Jennifer Harmon
"They also pointed out that the governor seems to be thinking that the jobs are there just waiting for them if they take
An Open Letter to Governor McCrory: Students Aren't 'Butts' -- They Are People Trying to Better Their Lives
Governor McCrory, I don't know why you think you have a crystal ball. When students are well-rounded, the whole society benefits.
Governor of North Carolina Calls University Students 'Butts' in His Comment About the State's Higher Education
Pat McCrory's statement has unleashed a torrent of comments on Insidehighered.com already. McCrory is not alone in calling for overhaul of his state's universities and community colleges. The governors of Wisconsin, Texas, and Florida, all Republicans, have proposed similar ideas,
Ignorance requires no evidence and no research. It can be endlessly repeated and rapidly spread. It inflames passions. Its pervasiveness wears down those who attempt to combat it. Which brings me to North Carolina Governor Patrick McCrory.
"Schools have to be safe sanctuaries," she said. "We need to actually stop this routine view that just having more guns will
"Don't tell me to worry about Muslim sensibilities," Bauer added, a line that was met with a prolonged standing ovation. The