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Education Department Invites Applications for New Awards on Graduate Assistance in Areas of National Need
WASHINGTON, April 1 -- The Department of Education published the following notice in the Federal Register:
Applications for New Awards; Graduate Assistance in Areas of National Need
A Notice by the Education Department on 04/01/2015
Wednesday, April 01, 2015
Department of Education
Applications Available: April 1, 2015.
80 FR 17420
17420 -17425 (6 pages)
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3 Facts About Big Data That Every Trade Show Organizer Should Know
CHICAGO, March 31 -- The Professional Convention Management Association issued the following news release:
Over the past few years, meeting professionals and trade show organizers have been asking loads of questions about big data. What exactly does it mean? How can I collect the data and satisfy attendee privacy concerns at the same time? Does the data really represent new opportunities?
The Center for Exhibition Industry Research surveyed more than 300 trade show executives and interview . . .
A Glance for What's Ahead: Effects of Environmental Change on Crucial Wildlife Habitat
LAS CRUCES, N.M., March 31 -- New Mexico State University issued the following news:
Despite the chilling winter endured throughout the eastern half of the U.S. this year, scientists at NASA and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration report that, globally, 2014 was the hottest year on record. Global temperatures are projected to continue getting hotter. Scientists throughout the world are investigating what the impacts of past and continued future climate change may be for variou . . .
Claire Wardle is New Research Director at Columbia's Tow Center for Digital Journalism
NEW YORK, March 31 -- Columbia University issued the following news release:
Columbia University's Graduate School of Journalism announced today that Claire Wardle will be the new research director of the Tow Center for Digital Journalism. Dr. Wardle is currently the senior social media officer at United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) and has significant background in academia and journalism research and working with journalists in the field.
"We are delighted that Claire i . . .
Daily Dam Releases on Massachusetts' Deerfield River Reduce Downstream Flows
AMHERST, Mass., March 31 -- The University of Massachusetts-Amherst issued the following news release:
In the first-of-its-kind study of the environmental effects of hydropeaking, that is releasing water at hydropower dams to meet peak daily electricity demand, two University of Massachusetts Amherst researchers say their unexpected findings suggest that about 10 percent of released water may be permanently lost, making that water unavailable to downstream users and wildlife.