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Chicago police culture problems run deeper than symbolic firings

Nicole Gonzalez Van Cleve, Temple University assistant professor of criminal justice, talks with Rachel Maddow about the deeper problems within the Chicago...

Left of Black Host Mark Anthony Neal's Genetic Ancestry Reveal

Duke University Professor Mark Anthony Neal has his ancestral DNA analyzed during a special presentation of Left of Black, recorded with a live audience at the John Hope Franklin Center. The event featured a panel with Professor Rick...Show More Summary

Deal Professor: Protection Bureau’s Stormy Path to Reform the Auto Finance Industry

A political battle is brewing over the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s attempt to regulate the auto finance industry.

The Lancet Diabetes & Endocrinology: The global diet is getting sweeter, particularly when it comes to beverages

A Personal View, published today in The Lancet Diabetes & Endocrinology journal, highlights that the global diet is getting sweeter, particularly when it comes to beverages. This Personal View paper is written by Professor Barry M Popkin,...Show More Summary

Are we smart because we have culture? Or do we have culture because we're smart?

A new book by Joe Henrich Professor at Harvard University makes the argument that our cultural evolution has gone hand in hand with our genetic evolution. It's an interesting argument, pulled together using data from several different sources. Show More Summary

Preventing Antibiotic-Induced Kidney Failure

When associate professor of pharmacy practice Tadd Hellwig of South Dakota State University and three pharmacy colleagues at the Sanford USD Medical Center noticed that some hospital patients given two common antibiotics developed kidney failure, they decided to take a closer look. Show More Summary

Prof Elizabeth Hillman Wins BRAIN Initiative Grant for High Speed Microscopy Technique

Biomedical Engineering Professor Elizabeth Hillman has won an NIH BRAIN Initiative grant, the first awarded to Columbia Engineering, for her work on SCAPE, a high-speed 3D microscope she has developed for imaging the living brain. Whereas...Show More Summary

The Prevailing Narrative On Trigger Warnings Is Just Plain Wrong

8 hours agoNews : Huffington Post

Despite the media scare stories, trigger warnings are not widely used by college professors across the country, according to a survey released in full on Tuesday. They're not even widely demanded by students. And when they are used,Show More Summary

ACADEMIA’S DIVERSITY PROBLEM: Big 10 Profs, Staff Lean Way Left On Campaign Cash. “Big 10 professo…

ACADEMIA’S DIVERSITY PROBLEM: Big 10 Profs, Staff Lean Way Left On Campaign Cash. “Big 10 professors and administrators donated more than five times as much to Democrats as Republicans over the last 25 years, according to a Daily Caller News Foundation analysis of data. Employees at the conference’s 14 institutions donated $18.4 million to […]

Philosophically, We Have Misunderstood The Role Of Music

9 hours agoArts : Modern Art Notes

“For centuries, philosophers have got music wrong by making it mysterious, says Lydia Goehr, professor of philosophy at Columbia University in New York. What really matters is what we do with the music.”

A change of stomach: The feasibility of healthy eating campaigns in rural areas

The promotion of healthy eating habits is an important issue across the United States, but research into it has largely been confined to urban areas. But one Drexel professor believes that interventions in the country can reach a significant...Show More Summary

Is it Time to for Pakistan to Revisit the 'Ahmadi Question'?

Neatly nestled amidst the immaculately kept 'Bahishti Maqbara' cemetery in Rabwah, is the final resting place of Professor Abdus Salam, Pakistan's first Nobel Laureate and the first Muslim to receive the prize. The headstone markingShow More Summary

When LSD Was Mainstream

12 hours agoNews : Reason

Thanks to the war on drugs, the representation of illicit substances in our media has been overwhelmingly negative. But as Miami University journalism professor Stephen Siff demonstrates in his fascinating book Acid Hype: American News Media and the Psychedelic Experience (University of Illinois Press), that wasn't always the case. Show More Summary

Managing the Holiday Hustle with Multiple Sclerosis

While stress, travel, and changes of schedule are not likely to trigger a relapse, they can make multiple sclerosis symptoms worse and that can put a damper on holiday festivities. Professor of neurology at Saint Louis University Florian Thomas, M.D., offers strategies to keep MS symptoms in check.

Jolly professor warns that the 'Elf on the Shelf' preps kids to live in a police state.

13 hours agoHumor / odd : Happy Place

Dr. Laura Pinto is a digital technology professor who has begun warning everyone that the Elf on the Shelf is preparing kids to be comfortable with police state surveillance. Merry Christmas! The Elf on the Shelf has become a widely popular tradition in recent years. Show More Summary

Global warming disaster could suffocate life on planet Earth, research shows

Falling oxygen levels caused by global warming could be a greater threat to the survival of life on planet Earth than flooding, according to researchers from the University of Leicester. A study led by Sergei Petrovskii, Professor in...Show More Summary

Tuesdays with Claymore

Terrorism…Bush’s fault (naturally) Perhaps a blood soaked vacuum? Atheism is now a race. Wow. Giving Trump a black eye Professor Brady Pretend churches always advocate for pretend theocracy They’re not really Islamoshitbags, they just need a job Killing Bambi Seven times…really. Hey, how about a hashtag too…that’ll work. I told y’all to save your Confederate […]

Disney Releases New Mickey Mouse Short ‘Wonders of the Deep’ (VIDEO)

Here's the new Mickey Mouse cartoon from Disney on YouTube: "Wonders of the Deep." Mickey, Donald, and Goofy must save Professor Von Drake after accidentally jettisoning him out of a submarine. Watch the video here:

WHEN LAW PROFESSORS FIGHT: Phil Hamburger responds to Adrian Vermeule’s critique of his book, Is Ad…

WHEN LAW PROFESSORS FIGHT: Phil Hamburger responds to Adrian Vermeule’s critique of his book, Is Administrative Law Unlawful?

Dollar, RMB, euro: A new world economic order

By Linda Yueh, Adjunct Professor of Economics, London Business School That’s essentially what the inclusion of the Chinese currency, the RMB or yuan, as the fifth global reserve currency in the IMF’s SDR basket, signals. Whether it’s a symbolic or deeper shift remains to be seen. In a sense, it’s unsurprising that [...]

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