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CUR Councilors Approve Code of Ethics for Undergraduate Research

CUR Code of Ethics for Undergraduate Research provides an important ethical guide for students, faculty, and administrators as they pursue undergraduate research, scholarship, and creative activities

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Michael Sargent Left UVA Darden to Redeploy in Afghanistan, and Returned a Hero

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Michael Sargent (GEMBA '17) put his Darden education on hold when called to redeploy to Afghanistan, where his heroics earned him the Silver Star.

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Pilot Program Will Test Novel Approach to Teaching Science

Scientists know children with strong spatial thinking skills have an edge in STEM disciplines, but skills are not part of working elementary curricula. Researchers will now develop and test such a program.

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Queen’s Study Finds That Young People Want More Say When It Comes to GCSEs

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A new research study by Queen’s University Belfast has found that students in Northern Ireland and Wales want more choice and fairness when it comes to their GCSE experience, including the subject selection process and the pressure to take on particular academic subjects.

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Crazy Smart Summer: Girls Build Robots to Help People

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Some middle schoolers spend their summers lounging poolside or visiting grandma. Others spend part of vacation building robots. During the Women in Robotics Summer Youth Program at Michigan Technological University this week, 23 girls will learn to program, wire, troubleshoot and construct two robots.

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New Executive Board Member Elected at Council of Undergraduate Research

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Mark D. Marshall (Amherst College) Elected as Secretary to the Council on Undergraduate Research's Executive Board

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Education a Top Priority During Special Session

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Twelve Endowed Professorships Created Through Ryan Family Chair Challenge

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Twelve endowed professorships have been established at Northwestern University to date through the Ryan Family Chair Challenge, which matches gifts made by other Northwestern supporters to create new professorships, or chairs, across a wide range of disciplines.

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NSA-Funded Virtual Cybersecurity Lab to Improve Cloud Networking Security

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A University of Arkansas at Little Rock researcher is creating a virtual lab to address issues related to cloud-based computing environments and to help students practice networking and cyber defense skills. The program's modules will be part of a cybersecurity curriculum that will be available to the public.

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Columbus State University Partners With Local School System on NSA Grant for Middle School Cybersecurity Education

A $50,000 NSA grant allows Columbus State Univeristy and the local school system to create what may be the state's first course in cybersecurity education specifically designed for 7th and 8th grade middle school students. The curriculum will be available to be copied for any district interested. “We do not think that a cybersecurity curriculum of this magnitude has been attempted at the middle school level in Georgia,”







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