Tag Archives: research

Open Access Research in Knoxville

our organization we normally use millions of dollars worth of grants every year but and we’re constantly doing more and more above and beyond even in our mobile meals program for instance federal money we receive only covers about half of all the people that we serve so whether for grants we would not be… Read More »

Valley Catholic Excellence in STEM: Nandini Naidu

I think what really sparked me on my journey to just scientific inquiry was really Valley Catholic Middle School. When I was going through Valley Catholic Middle School it was mandatory to do the science fair. It really was a great way to grow and develop your mind and to understand the scientific process. Here… Read More »

UMD Faculty and Staff Convocation 2019

(orchestral brass music) (brass orchestral processional music) (cheers and applause) (audience applauding) – Standing or seated? Standing or seated. Is that recorded, oh there is a horn. (speakers muffled by horn music) (audience applauding) – Good afternoon, and welcome to the formal opening of the 2019 academic year at the University of Maryland. I’m Dr.… Read More »

President Kerwin’s 2014 Message | Community of Service

It’s a good time to look back at the achievements of the past year. We’re going to secure 100,000 hours of community service from members of the American University community. Service has always been a hallmark of the American University mission. Now, thanks to a generous gift from University Board of Trustees Chair Jeff Sine,… Read More »

Archdiocese releases statement regarding ice bucket challenge

OF THE FAITHFUL HAVE MORAL CONCERNS ABOUT PARTICIPATING. YOU’VE SEEN THE VIRAL VIDEOS ALL OVER SOCIAL MEDIA. BUT THE ARCHDIOCESE SAYS IT HAS RECEIVED SEVERAL QUESTIONS FROM PARISHIONERS ABOUT PARTICIPATING IN THE CHALLENGE AND DONATING TO ALS RESEARCH. THE ARCHDIOCESE SENT THIS LETTER TO THE CATHOLIC COMMUNITY THAT READS IN PART QUOTE. “MANY PEOPLE DO… Read More »

Celiac Disease and the Catholic Church: Low-Gluten Host

Hi, I’m Pam Cureton. I’m the dietitian at the Center for Celiac Research and Treatment. We would like to answer several questions that our patients give us in clinic that we find quite common. Today we want to talk about the communion host, or the Eucharist; in particular with the Catholic Church. Other dioceses may… Read More »

Linking Administrative and Survey Data: Session 6

[Ambyr] Good afternoon and welcome to Session 6, the final session of the Linking Administrative Data with Survey Data, virtual data training. I am your host, Ambyr Amen-Ra, and the data project manager here at ICPSR on the campus of the University of Michigan. I’d like to introduce Rupa Datta, who will discuss budgeting, evaluating… Read More »

The Big Questions – Immigration – Lynch School of Education

One of the distinctive features of the Lynch School of Education at Boston College is the emphasis on justice that, as a Jesuit University, we’ve always been concerned with trying to serve others: men and women in service of others is one of the mottos of the Jesuits and with immigration we pursue that emphasis… Read More »

Ask us anything: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people

How good are you at throwing a boomerang? Such a stereotypical question! when was the last time you encountered casual racism? every bloody Uber… ‘where you from?’ and I’m just like: ‘I’m Aboriginal’ and they’re like: ‘but you don’t look Aboriginal.’ and then I’m like ‘well you didn’t look racist till you said that!’ and… Read More »