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Students Can Find Vital Details About Schools, Career Prospects with Interactive Tool
RICHARDSON, Texas, Oct. 31 -- The University of Texas-Dallas issued the following news release:
When UT System officials wanted U.S. legislators to hear about an online tool that gives data on employment earnings and student loan debt for graduates of the system's universities, they tapped a UT Dallas undergraduate to help with the presentation.
Student Government vice president Nancy Fairbank traveled recently with the delegation to Washington, D.C., to tout the benefits of seekUT, an int . . .
Groundbreaking New Research Reveals Impressive Magnitude of Casino Gaming Industry in Pennsylvania
PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 30 -- The American Gaming Association issued the following news release:
American Gaming Association (AGA) President and CEO Geoff Freeman today sent a letter to Pennsylvania state legislative leaders to highlight the casino gaming industry's vast, positive economic impact on Pennsylvania. He also called for policymakers and the gaming industry to work together to ensure the industry can continue to benefit the state.
Freeman offered lawmakers a first look at a groundbre . . .
Hygienic Funerals, Better Protection for Health Workers Offer Best Chance to Stop Ebola
CORVALLIS, Ore., Oct. 30 -- Oregon State University issued the following news release:
Hygienic funeral practices, case isolation, contact tracing with quarantines, and better protection for health care workers are the keys to stopping the Ebola epidemic that continues to expand in West Africa, researchers said today in a new report in the journal Science.
Continuing the status quo of intervention efforts that were in place as of Sept. 19 would allow continued expansion of the epidemic by . . .
Information on Federal and Other Factors Influencing U.S. Energy Production and Consumption from 2000 through 2013
WASHINGTON, Oct. 30 -- The Government Accountability Office released the following report highlight:
What GAO Found
According to the studies and reports GAO reviewed, several major factors, including federal activities, influenced U.S. production and consumption of fossil, nuclear, and renewable energy from 2000 through 2013. Examples of these factors include the following:
* Fossil energy. Advances in drilling technologies enabled economic production of natural gas and crude oil from s . . .
Is the Middle Class' American Dream in Peril?
SALT LAKE CITY, Oct. 30 -- University of Utah issued the following news release:
Although the economy is relatively strong in Salt Lake City and Utah, a recent study by University of Utah Honors College students concludes the region's advantage as one of the "least unequal cities in the country" in terms of income parity could be deteriorating, putting the middle class - and the community - at risk.
The newly released report, titled Middle Class on the Ropes, is the result of a yearlong pr . . .