Baltimore, Maryland (March 8, 2022) – The University System of Maryland (USM) Board of Regents honors three faculty members from the University of Maryland, Baltimore (UMB) as recipients of the 2022 USM Regents Faculty Awards. USM Regents Faculty Award winners (gd): Greg Carey, PhD; David Marcozzi, MD, MHS-CL, FACEP; Joseph
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) – Alabama’s community college system has launched the first of several programs designed to help students find immediate employment. “These are exciting times for the community college system,” CASC Chancellor Jimmy H. Baker said during a presentation Monday at the Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum. “We will step
CO92 DAO Founder Kiat Lim. Courtesy of CO92 DAO Entrepreneur Kiat Lim launched the world’s first Decentralized Autonomous Organization (DAO) in professional football, dubbed CO92 DAO, to enable fans to own a stake in the popular sport. Supported by Kiat’s father, Singaporean billionaire Peter Lim, and members of Manchester United’s
Photo by Vijayanand Gupta/Hindustan Times via Getty Images. Until January 1922, diabetes was a death sentence. One hundred years ago, on January 11, 1922, a 14-year-old Canadian boy became the first diabetic to escape this fate by receiving an insulin injection. Before that, people with type 1 diabetes typically didn’t
Equal Justice Coalition recognizes outstanding law school participation as UMass Law participates for seventh year UMass law students have participated in Walk to the HIll for Civil Legal Aid funding for seven consecutive years, furthering the law school’s mission to pursue justice. UMass Law has done it again. . .
The “Freedom from Discrimination” law that educators say chills important conversations about race in schools and public institutions has been on the books for six months, but New Hampshire lawmakers are far from done with the legislation. State officials are considering a handful of bills that would make changes to
A paramedic transfers a patient to the emergency department at Michael Garron Hospital in Toronto on January 10, 2022. A shortage of paramedics has led to fewer ambulances on the road in Ontario.Nathan Denette/The Canadian Press A surge in COVID-19 cases driven by the rapid spread of the Omicron variant
The Department of Veterans Affairs’ rollout of a new $16 billion electronic health records system is delayed again, but this time Covid-19 is the reason. Department officials announced Friday that the rollout of the new system in the VA Central Ohio Health System, which was scheduled to take place March
Republican lawmakers this week introduced legislation that would legalize and regulate marijuana at the federal level, saying the proposal was necessary to ensure “individual liberty” and protect the rights of states. Rep. Dave Joyce, a Republican from Ohio, introduced the bill to end the long-standing federal marijuana ban with Rep.
The conservative idolatry of the robust individual gave Karl Marx a way back into the mainstream. It’s a difficult admission for any conservative to make, but America’s future depends on effective treatment. American individualism has existed since the founding of our nation. In writing the Declaration of Independence, Thomas Jefferson