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WINNING POET: Tracy K. Smith will read a selection of poems from her Pulitzer Prize winning collection, "Life on Mars," as part of the monthly Poets at the Library series at Princeton Public Library, Monday, December 9, at 7:30 p.m. Ms.
How much do you know about Islam?
Is America's government too big?
2 hrs ago | WSFA-TV Montgomery
Tuscaloosa Mayor Walt Maddox will speak at Harvard's Kennedy School of Government.
3 hrs ago | The Washington Post
Grade inflation lives at Harvard University. The Harvard Crimson, the student newspaper, has reported that the median grade at Harvard College is now an A- and students most frequently get A's.
The California State Teachers' Retirement System today announced it has selected Meketa Investment Group and Pension Consulting Alliance as its general consultants to the Investment Committee.
Incentives. Jobs. Workforce readiness. The usual suspects of economic development tools were aired at the 'Vision-Future' luncheon in downtown Rochester Tuesday.
Minneapolis is past the unproven theory phase of education reform. A city whose recent election focused on improving school performance and whose retiring mayor will soon spearhead a major effort to close the achievement gap is ready to seize and maximize strategies that have produced proven results.
Thomas Sowell was born in North Carolina and grew up in Harlem. As with many others in his neighborhood, he left home early and did not finish high school.
Researchers at Harvard University and the University of Buffalo have studied how the sea creatures swim and believe their movements could be built into future underwater vehicles to make them more efficient.
Several Allston residents said they are not bother by the announcement of Harvard University's new business and administration building, called the Ruth Mulan Chu Chao Center, which will be constructed in March 2015 as part of Harvard's new campus extension plan into the area.
Health disparities between rich and poor nations could be banished in a generation by investment in research, vaccines and drugs to combat diseases such as AIDS, malaria and tuberculosis, global health experts said on Tuesday.
No, not the holiday season; the college application season. If you are a high school student - or ever were - you probably know all about that.
The first Nano Research Award will be given to Charles M. Lieber, one of the world's leading scientists in nanoscience and nanotechnology.
In a story Nov. 28 about a conference of mayors, The Associated Press misidentified the institution where it was taking place.
The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore will have a new man at its helm from 1 January 2014.
Using a new methodology, a study published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences has concluded that anthropogenic emissions of methane from agriculture and fossil fuel extraction and processing are likely significantly greater than cited in existing studies.
Students at Harvard University are getting a lesson about the Alabama tornado outbreak of 2011.