Land-Grant Press publications provide vital knowledge from Clemson Cooperative Extension program areas

Newswise — What do peanut aflatoxins, aquaponics, integrated pest management for crops and sealed timber bids have in common? They are all subjects of practical application in Land-Grant Press by Clemson Extension publications. Written by Clemson Cooperative Extension agents and specialists and University scientists primarily from the College of Agriculture, Forestry and Life Sciences (CAFLS), … Read more

UGC out to get ‘Research’ Veers and more PhD degree holders, not necessarily better ones

The data further shows that nearly 10 lakh candidates apply for JRF/NET and nearly 8.5 lakh take the exam. Of these, about 50,000 qualify in the exam and are declared eligible for appointment as Assistant Professor or for pursuing a PhD. Some of them may decide against pursuing PhD but a good number of them … Read more

Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham in Kochi provides high quality education | Careers and Campus

The modern world opens up a plethora of opportunities that can help inspire confidence and special skills in youngsters. So, the education sector too has been reflecting on these changes, designing syllabi and programs that aim to create a world of equality based on knowledge, social responsibility, peace and prosperity. This view has been the … Read more

Roanoke County School Board passes more restrictive library book policy | Education

The Roanoke County School Board unanimously passed a new library policy that’s more restrictive to adding new books at its meeting Thursday night. The matter comes after a book, “When Aidan Became a Brother,” was removed from Herman L. Horn Elementary last year, amid debate. That book is about a transgender boy wanting to be … Read more

Wiley and Italian Consortium Bibliosan Sign Open Access Agreement

Hoboken, NJ – WEB WIRE – Thursday, June 23, 2022 Global research and education leader Wiley today announced a new four-year agreement with Bibliosan, a consortium of medical research institutes and hospitals in Italy. This agreement will provide 68 institutions with access to Wiley’s complete journal portfolio and enable participating researchers to publish accepted articles … Read more

Kids learn about crops while educators learn about learning | State & Regional

In their new commodity curriculum, 4-H students and Ag in the classroom students learn how many things are made out of corn. Photo courtesy Sarah Marten Kids are learning about pumpkins, corn and cattle in a new 4-H and Ag in the Classroom program. The program is also helping educators learn more about learning. A … Read more

New DEI Training Program from Practicing Law Institute Offers Interactive Learning Experience

One-of-a-kind interactive CLE program adds to PLI’s expanding roster of DEI resources for the legal community. Tweet this Unlike any other DEI program on the market, the program uses the production of a new television legal drama as the setting, asking participants to cast roles, alter scripts, and make story suggestions to improve diversity and … Read more

How Law School Applicants Can Prepare for a Social Justice Career | Law Admissions Lowdown

The national celebration of Juneteenth is an opportune time to reflect on how law school can help applicants build careers dedicated to the advancement of social justice in the US or abroad. Law school has long been a traditional training ground for aspiring civil rights lawyers. Lawyers have played a pivotal role in civil struggles … Read more

Physiology Educators to Discuss Inclusive Teaching, Mentoring and Assessment at the APS Institute for Teaching and Learning

Newswise — (Rockville, Md.) June 17, 2022—Physiology educators will gather in Madison, Wisconsin, June 21–24, 2022, for the American Physiological Society (APS) Institute on Teaching and Learning (ITL). The interactive multiday workshop will engage educators in sessions focused on the latest research and best practices in teaching, learning and assessment. “We are very excited that … Read more