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Dallas series will look into your mind

A four-part lecture series on the human brain kicks off Feb. 7 at the Center for BrainHealth at the University of Texas at Dallas (UT Dallas).

Mt. Kenya’s Lewis glacier has disappeared almost completely over the last 75 years, shrinking by 90 percent.

Climate change called more catastrophic on mountains

Climate change has caused the melting of ancient glaciers on tropical mountain peaks around the world, but predictions do not go far enough about the damage to come, a Brown University geologist recently argued in the journal Science Advances.

Provost Locke sent a letter to the Brown University Campus last Saturday following an executive order issued by President Trump that may affect international students and faculty alike.

Brown provost joins public outcry over immigrant ban

Brown University Provost Richard Locke recently sent a letter to the campus community following the executive order on immigration issued by President Donald Trump on Jan. 27. 

25th Family Business Association Conference to draw experts and amateurs alike.

University sponsors wide-ranging business conference

A panel of business professionals will share its expertise during the upcoming 25th Prairie Family Business Association conference in Sioux Falls, South Dakota.

Juried exhibit being hosted at USD until Feb. 24.

Gallery shows off variety of student artwork

Student artwork ranging in variety from graphic design and photography to ceramics and printmaking recently went on display at the University of South Dakota's John A. Day Gallery.

Pence taps South Dakota grad as security adviser

U.S. Vice President Mike Pence recently appointed Col. Andrea Thompson as his national security adviser.

'Students-first' educators earn annual honors

Five educators from the University of Texas at Dallas earned awards at the school's annual ceremony recently.

Professor puts underserved children on her radar

The University of Texas at Dallas (UT Dallas) recently hired a professor who has spent more than two decades trying to help with language and speech difficulties -- a group she says he been widely underserved.

USD medical programs linked to care for families.

South Dakota has prescription for family medicine success

The Sanford School of Medicine at the University of South Dakota recently ranked 15th in the nation in placing graduates into family medicine residencies.

New students from around the world visit Brown University.

Gray day can't keep new Brown students away

Students from all over the world braved the cold and rain to pass through Brown University's famed Van Wickle Gates recently. The 35 newcomers were part of a mid-year procession that is undertaken to symbolize the start of their Brown education.

Arkansas veteran will oversee undergrad research

Prof. Frederick Spiegel was recently chosen director the University of Arkansas' Office of Undergraduate Research, a new initiative focusing on undergrads and faculty who are pursuing research opportunities.

Gun control to continue at University of Arkansas.

Arkansas chancellor faults campus carry bill

University of Arkansas Chancellor Joseph Steinmetz is challenging a recently filed bill that would allow campus staff to carry concealed weapons, arguing that such a move would decrease safety rather than assure it.