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UCLA: Screenwriting lecturer wins award for film, publishes book

UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television lecturer Neil Landau has published a new book, “TV Writing on Demand: Creating Great Content in the Digital Era,” in February.

TENNESSEE TECH: New provost and vice president for enrollment management approved

New provost and vice president for enrollment management approved

Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs and Provost James P. Lentini, left, with Dr. Frank Giblin and Dr. Terri L. Orbuch at the Board of Trustees meeting approving their elevation to Distinguished Professors at Oakland University.

OAKLAND UNIVERSITY: Board of Trustees appoints two to rank of Distinguished Professor

Upon recommendation by the Office of Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs and Provost James P. Lentini, and with support of President Ora Hirsch Pescovitz, the Oakland University Board of Trustees unanimously approved the request to appoint Frank Giblin, Ph.D. and Terri L. Orbuch Ph.D. to the rank of Distinguished Professor at their formal February meeting. The appointments are effective August 15, 2018.

UMASS: Accepting Applications for Campus Climate Ambassadors

The campus climate ambassadors seek to incorporate the many voices that make up the UMass fabric in a conversation around campus climate.

UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS: School of Art Professor Joins VCU Discussion on Diversity and Inclusion

Have you ever thought about how art education affects diversity and inclusion?

ASHLAND UNIVERSITY: Film Director to Screen His New Documentary at Ashland University

Screenwriter and film director Robby Henson, who has directed films starring Academy Award winners Billy Bob Thornton and Patricia Arquette, will present a public screening of his new documentary, “I Come From,” on Monday, Feb. 19, at 7:30 p.m.

Source: Ashland University

ASHLAND UNIVERSITY: Ashland University Coburn Gallery to Host Dr. Seuss Exhibition

The Ashland University Coburn Art Gallery and the Department of Art and Design will host an exhibition titled, “Dear Dr. Seuss,” which will be a group exhibition of new works influenced by Dr. Seuss and his iconic characters, charming narratives and whimsical illustrations.

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.