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Israel's War on American Universities
The banning of Students for Justice in Palestine at Northeastern University in Boston on March 7, along with a university threat of disciplinary measures against some of its members, replicates sanctions being imposed against numerous student Palestinian rights groups across the country.
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Thu Mar 13, 2014
The Miami Herald
Six reasons why your parent might fall
My mother is 83 years young and fortunately, in excellent health. She's incredibly active and socializes a lot.
Neuroscientists forge path toward understanding human brain
Metastable dynamics -- a subtle blend of integration and segregation in the brain that occurs on multiple levels -- underlies the real-time coordination necessary for the brain's dynamic cognitive, behavioral and social functions, neuroscientists have found.
Tampa Bay Newspapers
Local Boy Scout goes to Washington
Billy McElligott of Palm Harbor was among nine young people from across the country that represented the Boy Scouts of America in Washington, D.C., in February to present the organization's annual Report to the Nation to top U.S. officials.
News 4 Jax
3 added to Florida Women's Hall of Fame
Gov. Rick Scott announced this year's inductees on Thursday. Former Hillsborough County Commissioner Dottie Berger MacKinnon was a tireless advocate for women in the Tampa Bay area.
Boca News Now
Boca Raton Heart and Stroke Ball Raises Big Money For Research
The 32nd Annual Boca Raton Heart & Stroke Ball raised $420,000 for research and development programs for the American Heart Association and American Stroke Association.
Wed Mar 12, 2014
FAU's College of Nursing offers degree programs on Treasure Coast,...
This story is contributed by a member of the Treasure Coast community and is neither endorsed nor affiliated with TCPalm.com - Florida Atlantic University's Christine E. Lynn College of Nursing is currently offering Family Nurse Practitioner and RN-to-BSN programs on the Treasure Coast at the FAU Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute in Fort ... (more)
Ventura County Star
Star of the Week: Annie Dies
For more than four decades, Dies has made the education of children her life. She's never wanted any other job.
BC Says Adjunct Professor Strike Is Illegal
Yesterday, Broward College adjunct professor Evan Rowe fired a warning signal when he announced via an article published in New Times that he is starting a union for adjunct faculty, and may organize a strike.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
Detroit Free Press
Super lice that just won't die are creeping up in U.S.
The bugs known as super lice have developed genetic mutations that make them resistant to many of the over-the-counter and prescription chemicals that used to kill them.
Science, Industry and Business
Researcher Unravels Mystery of Sea Turtles' 'Lost Years'
Jeanette Wyneken, Ph.D., associate professor of biological science at Florida Atlantic University, and Kate Mansfield, Ph.D., a co-investigator at the University of Central Florida, are the first to successfully track neonate sea turtles in the Atlantic Ocean waters during what had previously been called their "lost years."
Researcher suspended after dolphin moved to pool
The regional administrator for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's Fisheries Service says Steve McCulloch was being suspended for "egregious violations."
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Entrepreneurs, Tech Enthusiasts Converge in Miami to Compete at eMerge Techweek Launch
Entrepreneurs and technology enthusiasts will converge in Miami on May 5 - 6 at eMerge Americas Techweek, where they will highlight the latest and most innovative technology solutions.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
The Orlando Sentinel
UCF helps students get to graduation
Alvaro Velasquez was only three classes shy of finishing his bachelor's degree at UCF when he ran out of money.
Bad Astronomy Blog
Newborn Turtles' Mysterious "Lost Years" Finally Revealed
After tiny loggerhead turtles hatch from eggs buried on Florida beaches, they scramble frantically out to sea.
Sea turtles 'lost years' mystery starts to unravel
Small satellite-tracking devices attached to sea turtles swimming off Florida's coast have delivered first-of-its-kind data that could help unlock they mystery of what endangered turtles do during the "lost years."
Tue Mar 04, 2014
American Library Association
Most distinguished librarians in reference announced for 2014 achievement awards
The Reference and User Services Association has selected the winners of the 2014 achievement awards, which provide research and travel grants in recognition of the nation's most exceptional librarians, libraries and projects involving reference services today.
The Baxter Bulletin
The sooner you start explaining the world to your baby, the better. That doesn't mean flashcards for tots, or merely pointing out objects: "Here's an orange.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Noted marine mammal rescuer off first-response team, Harbor Branch on ...
FILE PHOTO Steve McCulloch, project manager for Marine Mammal Research and Conservation at Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute at Florida Atlantic University, is shown here as part of a whale rescue that took place in September 2012.
Barber is the son of Marguerite Clemson of Marco Island and a 2006 graduate of Lely High School, Naples, and earned an associates degree in 2010 from Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton.