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Humans, not climate, sounded death knell of giants 25.1.2010 New Kerala: World News
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Colleges' gender gap 25.1.2010 LA Times: Opinion
Women now outnumber men in both applying to schools and earning degrees.

Editorial: Women now outnumber men both in applying to schools and earning degrees.


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CSU dedicates solar plant 25.1.2010 Denver Post: News: Local
CSU dedicates solar plant
Forecast for NCAR: The atmospheric research center, 50 years old, will continue to grow 25.1.2010 Denver Post: News: Local
Forecast for NCAR: The atmospheric research center, 50 years old, will continue to grow
Bomb Plot Suspect Tied To Alleged U.K. Terrorists 25.1.2010 NPR News
Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab, accused in the attempted Christmas Day airliner attack, had contacts with at least two suspected terrorists while a student in London, investigators tell NPR. Intelligence officials have linked him to a suspect in a 2006 plot against airliners and to a man implicated in a plan to behead a Muslim soldier.
UMass Medical sets rare outreach 25.1.2010 Boston Globe: Massachusetts
UMass Medical sets rare outreach
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Father sought closure in Haiti 25.1.2010 Boston Globe: Massachusetts
Father sought closure in Haiti
College student stabbed to death 25.1.2010 Boston Globe: Massachusetts
College student stabbed to death
Young Somalis in Minnesota beating the odds 25.1.2010 Minnesota Public Radio: News
Stories of young people who are succeeding in the Cedar-Riverside neighborhood of Minneapolis.
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Minnesota graduation rates rise to national average 25.1.2010 Star Tribune: Latest
New report says Minnesota is now average in college graduation rates.
Don't have sex before marriage: Australian politician 25.1.2010 New Kerala: World News
Video fitness games no substitute for real sport 25.1.2010 Earth Times
Berlin - Popular fitness games designed for home video game consoles like Nintendo's Wii cannot turn couch potatoes into athletes, a study by Muenster University's Institute for Sports Medicine has concluded. In the study, more than 40 students in th...
Law school awards Angelique EagleWoman 25.1.2010 ICT: Education
MOSCOW, Idaho – “It’s a tremendous honor as a junior faculty to be recognized for my teaching,” Angelique EagleWoman said after receiving the William F. and Joan L. Boyd Excellence in Teaching Award at the University of Idaho College of Law. Mr. Boyd is an alumnus of the college, his wife a retired teacher, and both are proponents of the importance of effective teaching as a mark of faculty excellence.
Opinion: Consumers need real-time energy-use data on TVs and computers 25.1.2010 San Jose Mercury News: Opinion
Those snazzy computers on store shelves these days may look inexpensive, but they actually cost a great deal — when you factor in the price of wasteful energy consumption.
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N.M. Business Schools Get $1.25M Ethics Grants 25.1.2010 Albuquerque Journal: Business
N.M. Business Schools Get $1.25M Ethics Grants
First Nations graduate’s art part of 2010 Olympics 25.1.2010 ICT - global
TERRACE, British Columbia – Northwest Community College and Freda Diesing School of Northwest Coast Art alumnus Dean Heron and his artwork are featured in a book of aboriginal art inspired by the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games in Vancouver.
Law school awards Angelique EagleWoman 25.1.2010 ICT: Plains
MOSCOW, Idaho – “It’s a tremendous honor as a junior faculty to be recognized for my teaching,” Angelique EagleWoman said after receiving the William F. and Joan L. Boyd Excellence in Teaching Award at the University of Idaho College of Law. Mr. Boyd is an alumnus of the college, his wife a retired teacher, and both are proponents of the importance of effective teaching as a mark of faculty excellence.
London pushes US down MBA list 25.1.2010 Financial Times US
The London Business School has for the first time come top of the FT's rankings of the world's top 100 MBA programmes, underlining the diminishing dominance of US-based institutions
Law school awards Angelique EagleWoman 25.1.2010 ICT: Living
MOSCOW, Idaho – “It’s a tremendous honor as a junior faculty to be recognized for my teaching,” Angelique EagleWoman said after receiving the William F. and Joan L. Boyd Excellence in Teaching Award at the University of Idaho College of Law. Mr. Boyd is an alumnus of the college, his wife a retired teacher, and both are proponents of the importance of effective teaching as a mark of faculty excellence.
School president’s pay: Is this UMass or Wall Street? 25.1.2010 Boston Globe: Opinion
School president’s pay: Is this UMass or Wall Street?
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