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The Religion WorldThe Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church, the Most Rev. Katharine Jefferts Schori, is scheduled to visit the Central Florida Episcopal diocese Sunday, March 3 through Tuesday, March 5. Schori will preach at Episcopal Church of the Resurrection,...
On Sunday, Jan. 6, The Herald-Mail reported a request by several citizens to the Board of Education to consider the approval of what would be our first charter school. This, in effect, is a request for a parallel system with a traditional school system...
The Hartford Courant"Honk! Honk! Honk!" The sound filled the air as I walked to my car in the Southern Connecticut State University parking lot. With bag in one hand and keys in the other, I looked skyward at a flock of geese to my right. As I reached my car ready to pop...
Tags: Terrorism, Armed Conflicts, Education, Politics, Pakistan
Dr. Luis Diaz is an oncologist at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, a researcher with patented findings and the co-founder of a small, fast-expanding company. "We've grown from no employees to one employee to four employees and now we have 12,"...
WASHINGTON -- Energy Secretary Steven Chu said he is leaving the Obama administration, ending a tenure marked by active development of alternative energy that won plaudits from environmentalists and drew attacks from conservatives, especially after the...
Parents who want to raise children who are good at solving problems – and who doesn’t? – should watch how they hand out praise to their toddlers, researchers said Tuesday. Praising little ones for their efforts -- rather than for being...
Premium Health News ServiceThe organic industry is hot; it's the fastest growing sector of the supermarket, increasing in sales from $3.6 billion to $24.4 billion between the years of 1997 to 2011. The topic of organic foods has received even more attention recently in response...
Gerda Lerner spent her 18th birthday in a Nazi prison in Vienna and feared that birthday would be her last. Her jailers meant to starve her, but her cellmates — two gentile women imprisoned for their anti-fascist views — shared their rations...
Tags: Feminism, Prisons, Book, Politics, University of Oxford
L.A. NOWA UC Irvine professor has stopped teaching midway through a massive online course in microeconomics offered through the Coursera organization, saying that he had disagreements on how to conduct the free class for thousands of students around the world....
The Write Stuff - Orlando SentinelThree locally-designed research projects were selected in an international competition by Space Florida to fly up to the International Space Station next year on a SpaceX rocket. Projects from the University of Central Florida and Sanford-Burnham...
Converse, Texas: Loren A. Weishaar, 76, died Feb. 12, 2013, with his loving family at his side. He was a resident of Converse, Texas. He was born March 4, 1936, in Leola to Arthur and Ramona Ruede Weishaar. Loren was president of the senior class at...
Vital Signs Health Blog - Orlando SentinelSanford-Burnham Medical Research Institute is heading to space. Research teams at the institute in Lake Nona as well as its counterpart in LaJolla, Calif., both won an international competition to send experiments to the International Space Station, Space...
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