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University of Michigan ranked 3rd in dentistry, 12th in nursing worldwide

ANN ARBOR, MI - Several disciplines taught at the University of Michigan are ranked among the best in the world with the release of the QS World University Rankings by Subject on Wednesday, Feb. 28. Released by global higher education analyst Quacquarelli ... read more

Boulder and Broomfield counties' Top 50 employers: IBM still largest local company

Every year, the Daily Camera takes an employment snapshot of Boulder and Broomfield counties' private sector by ranking the area's largest employers ... from this list are large employers such as the University of Colorado, which employs more than 7,000 ... read more

IUP clinical psychology program ranked second in nation

Indiana University of Pennsylvania’s doctoral program ... in the nation by “Best Counseling Degrees.” IUP’s program was ranked second in the nation. This is the third year that IUP’s program has been ranked as one of the top five programs in ... read more

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U. of Kentucky Pays Researcher $125,000 to Settle Religious-Discrimination Lawsuit

In 2007, Mr. Gaskell had been the university's leading candidate to head its new MacAdam Student Observatory, built atop a parking garage on the campus, in Lexington. A search committee ranked Mr. Gaskell first in a preliminary vote reviewing its 12 ... read more

How the Horrific 1918 Flu Spread Across America

A pandemic occurs when an entirely new and virulent influenza virus, which the immune system has not previously seen, enters the population and spreads worldwide ... formerly the dean of the University of Michigan’s Medical School, was not a man to ... read more

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Amy Bonomi is chairperson and professor in Michigan State University's Department of Human Development ... adverse health behaviors such as disordered eating first, reading 'Fifty Shades' might reaffirm those experiences and potentially aggravate related ... read more

The Countless Ways Poverty Affects People's Health

"The answer is pretty simple," says Dreyer, who is also the director of developmental-behavioral pediatrics at the New York University School of Medicine ... nearly 10,000 of these medical, dental, nursing, physician assistant and behavioral and mental ... read more

Changing History

After several years, that mix of interests developed into a tenure-track job at the University of Michigan, which, to her delight, included a substantial component of public-history work. Although we both fell into doing "public history"—the catch-all ... read more

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If you like someone's profile, swipe right; if you're not interested, swipe left. But unlike location-based dating apps like Tinder, Hinge shows you only second- and third-degree Facebook connections. These are people you might have heard of, even if you ... read more

Moral dilemma: Would you kill 1 person to save 5?

Would you do it? That's the moral dilemma posed by a team of Michigan State University researchers in a first-of-its-kind study published in the research journal Emotion. Research participants were put in a three dimensional setting and given the power to ... read more


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