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UTAH STATE UNIVERSITY: New Provost Named at Utah State University

A veterinarian, researcher, author, teacher and administrator over the past 34 years has been selected to be the new executive vice president and provost of Utah State University.

Source: University of South Dakota

UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH DAKOTA: USD Alumna Uses Personal Experience to Spread Message of Financial Literacy

For one University of South Dakota alumna, financial literacy is more than just a personal goal, but a passion she uses to help others.

ASHLAND UNIVERSITY: Ashland University’s Emerson Scholars Receive Recognition

Ten Emerson Scholars from Ashland University’s Dauch College of Business and Economics received recognition and a scholarship at the Emerson Scholar Awards luncheon held on the Ashland University campus.

BERRY COLLEGE: Coyote Lecture April 23 at Oak Hill

Berry College Associate Professor of Biology Christopher Mowry will give a talk on urban coyote populations at 6 p.m.

MIAMI UNIVERSITY-OXFORD: Randi Thomas and Diane Delisio receive Miami University's Distinguished Service Award

Randi Thomas and Diane Delisio have each received Miami University’s 2018 Distinguished Service Award.

UNIVERSITY OF TAMPA: UT’s Spring Dance Happening Runs April 25-27

All performances begin at 8 p.m.

UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO ANSCHUTZ MEDICAL CAMPUS: New law updates language related to dementia

Based on the growing number of Coloradans living with dementia, a new law updates and broadens the language used in state statutes and gives this population the same legal status as people living with mental illness or with developmental and intellectual disabilities.

Source: University of Alabama

UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA: UA’s Urban Forest Earns ‘Tree Campus USA’ Times Three

It’s not difficult to find shade at The University of Alabama.

Source: Tulane University

TULANE UNIVERSITY: Speaker to explore use of biology in creation of technology

During the Newcomb-Tulane College Crossroads Colloquium on Monday, April 16, Nina Tandon, CEO and co-founder of EpiBone, the world's first company growing living human bones for skeletal reconstruction, will discuss how we can create smarter technologies by making cells, nature's elemental building blocks.

Source: University of Texas at Dallas

UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT DALLAS: indal School Study Suggests Ways to Close CEO Pay Gap

The gender compensation gap between women and men is well-documented, and research shows that the gap is wider in the top positions.

Source: University of Arkansas

UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS: Researchers Receive NSF Grant for Hurricane Harvey Book

Hurricane Harvey hit Port Aransas, Texas on Aug. 25, then moved north to Houston where it dumped 51.8 inches of rain, a record for a single tropical storm in the continental United States.

BERRY COLLEGE: Berry Student Awarded Prestigious Goldwater Scholarship

Berry College junior Sarah Cooper is one of 211 students in the nation to receive the 2018 Goldwater Scholarship - one of the most prestigious scholarships in the natural sciences, engineering and mathematics fields.