Day: June 18, 2021

Authors Uncovered starts summer talks | News | telluridenews.com – The Daily Planet

Authors Uncovered, a long-standing collaboration between Wilkinson Public Library and Between the Covers Bookstore, is launching its summer series with author David Gessner at the library Wednesday from 5:30-6:30 p.m. Gessner will read from his latest book, “Quiet Desperation, Savage Delight: Sheltering with Thoreau in the Age of…

NU-Q student projects feature at research expo – MENAFN.COM

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(MENAFN – Gulf Times) Northwestern Qatar (NU-Q) students participated in Northwestern University’s 2021 Undergraduate Research and Arts Expo, an annual event celebrating original research and creative work by Northwestern undergraduate researchers. This year, students from Northwestern Qatar presented projects with students from across the university. ”The presentations by…

WIEGRATZ & ZEILIG – The West and Its African Monsters Syndrome – The Elephant

The COVID-19 pandemic has exposed and exacerbated the systemic deficiencies and inequalities in healthcare systems, economies, businesses and educational institutions around the world. African universities have been particularly affected. What does this portend for their future and for the production, consumption and dissemination of scholarly knowledges? Here I…

American Medical Association Adopts New Policy to Increase Diversity in Physician Workforce – Seattle Medium

CHICAGO – Furthering the American Medical Association’s (AMA) commitment to racial justice and equity within the medical profession and society as a whole, and building on the recent release of its strategic plan to embed racial justice and advance health equity, the AMA adopted policy during the Special Meeting of…