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Students Showcase Research at 2024 Symposium

Diverse topics range from affirmative action, tea culture and gun violence to robots in the hospitality industry

Media Resources for Earth Day 2024: Experts on Climate Change, Sustainability, Environmental Issues

app faculty experts are available to offer commentary on a range of climate-related topics

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The Tough Road to Leadership as a Woman in Higher Education

Representation matters, writes Marcheta Evans. Here, she offers advice for institutions and educators about the life lessons they need to pass to female scholars (and one for men, too)

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Bullying Has Evolved, and So Should Anti-Bullying Policies in Schools

A book on bullying explores the social aspects that surround bullies and victims

Four Education Experts Weigh In on Key Issues

From AI to anti-inclusion policies, experts share thoughts on classroom-related topics dominating headlines

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Why It’s a Bad Season for Ticks and Mosquitoes, According to This Bug Expert

Entomologist explains why we’re seeing so many ticks this year, and what to do if you get bit

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What to Know About Juneteenth, According to This History Expert

American History expert explains how June 19 became a day of celebration and a federal holiday

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How Generative AI Can Help Local Newsrooms

Journalists can use tools like ChatGPT for reporting and to help improve operations in small newsrooms, expert says

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Social Media Normalizes Mental Health Discussions, But Misconceptions Abound

Psychology experts explain how professionals can help teach the difference between mental health diagnoses

Pop Culture is News, Not Clickbait, University Professor Says in New Book

From #MeToo to Marvel to JK Rowling, Communications Professor Joel Penney looks at how celebrities and entertainment news play a major role in the public’s understanding of social and political issues

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How Did ‘Elvis’ Star Austin Butler Change His Voice? Linguistics Expert Weighs In

Expert discusses how our speech patterns and tone of voice can change

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How to Keep Your Body and Mind Healthy During the Holiday Season

Regular exercise can combat stress, winter blues and balance holiday excess