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Social Sciences - Campus - 12.11.2021

Campus - Economics / Business - 12.11.2021

Campus - Sport - 11.11.2021

Environment - Campus - 11.11.2021
A Partnership for the Goals
Carnegie Mellon University Carnegie Mellon released today its second Voluntary University Review of how the university's education, research and practice align with the Sustainable Development Goals.

Campus - Administration - 11.11.2021
Revamped protections against retaliation take effect for U-M faculty, staff and students
The University of Michigan has announced revamped protections for faculty, staff and students who report wrongful conduct.

Economics / Business - Campus - 09.11.2021

Social Sciences - Campus - 09.11.2021
Reading the beads: University of Toronto Mississauga researcher examines Indigenous visual storytelling
Reading the beads: University of Toronto Mississauga researcher examines Indigenous visual storytelling
Kristen Bos  initially resisted going into the field of Indigenous studies.

Social Sciences - Campus - 09.11.2021

Campus - 08.11.2021

Campus - 05.11.2021

Campus - Economics / Business - 05.11.2021

Agronomy / Food Science - Campus - 04.11.2021
The UB and Chartier World LAB Barcelona create a chair to promote research on gastronomy and aromas
The UB and Chartier World LAB Barcelona create a chair to promote research on gastronomy and aromas
Institucional The University of Barcelona and the company Chartier World LAB Barcelona have created the UB - Gastronomy and aroma - Chartier LAB Chair.

Campus - Health - 04.11.2021

Environment - Campus - 04.11.2021

Health - Campus - 04.11.2021
The Proof is in the Poop
When early evidence emerged that people with COVID-19—whether or not they have symptoms—shed the virus in their stool, "the sewer seemed like the 'happening' place to look for it," said S

Campus - Pedagogy - 04.11.2021
Admissions lotteries might reduce enrollment of students of color, low-income students and men
Admissions lotteries might reduce enrollment of students of color, low-income students and men
Many advocates for more equitable college admissions policies have called for random-draw lotteries as a simple and transparent way to fix the "problem” of elite college admissions.

Campus - Life Sciences - 03.11.2021