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Article ID: 11321

Students Learning Avalanche Assessment on Spring Break

St. Lawrence University

Instead of the traditional sojourn south for spring break, a group of students at St. Lawrence University in Canton, New York, will head north, to the Chic Choc Mountains of eastern Quebec for deep-snow backcountry skiing.

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2-Mar-1999 12:00 AM EST
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Article ID: 11319

Faith May Keep the Doctor Away Even Better than an Apple

Wheaton College (IL)

The 8th Annual Wheaton Theology Conference at Wheaton College (IL) looks at why religion makes good health sense. "Healing, Health and Spirituality: Evangelical Theology Engages Scientific Research" will bring international scholars to the campus April 8-10.

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Article ID: 11314

Newton's Thought To Be Subject of Conference at St. John's College

Saint Joseph's University

Isaac Newton's mathematical method shaped the course of modern science, but his works are rarely read today--except by all students at St. John's College, where a conference devoted to his thought is scheduled for March 19-21.

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Article ID: 11310

Exploring the International Criminal Court

Cornell University

A United Nations statute to establish the first permanent International Criminal Court received overwhelmingly enthusiastic support from U.N. diplomats. A symposium examining how the new court will work will be held at the Cornell Law School Friday and Saturday, March 5 and 6.

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Article ID: 11306

Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter Recieve Inaugural Delta Prize

University of Georgia

Former President Jimmy Carter and First Lady Rosalynn Carter have been chosen as the recipients of the inaugural Delta Prize for Global Understanding. The Delta Prize was created to recognize groups or individuals for "globally significant efforts that provide opportunities for greater understanding among nations and cultures."

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Article ID: 11301

Arts Festival Focuses on Tibetan View of Healing

St. Lawrence University

The Tibetan Buddhist perspective on issues of health and healing will be explored in an arts festival at St. Lawrence University March 23 through April 16.

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2-Mar-1999 12:00 AM EST
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Article ID: 11281

Knowledge-Based Company's Commitment to Liberal Arts

Hendrix College

Hendrix College will receive a $2.8 million gift from Acxiom Corporation and its company leader to help build the Charles D. Morgan Center for Physical Sciences for the departments of chemistry, mathematics and computer science, and physics.

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    28-Feb-1999 12:00 AM EST

Article ID: 11187

Conference Will Examine New Research on Work Related Stress

American Psychological Association (APA)

A mother's employment outside of the home has no significant negative effect on her children, according to new research reported in the March issue of Developmental Psychology.

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28-Feb-1999 12:00 AM EST
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Article ID: 11293

Book Provides Background on Oscar-Nominated Kazan

University of Delaware

A University of Delaware English professor's 1983 book on the career of director Elia Kazan remains the first and only comprehensive look at the enormously successful professional life of this alienated film-maker who will be honored March 21 with a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.

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Article ID: 11292

Sleep Expert on USA-Today Hotline

Cornell University

A professor of psychology at Cornell University and author of "Power Sleep: The Revolutionary Program That Prepares Your Mind for Peak Performance" (Villard, 1998), will answer questions about sleep problems when he participates in a toll-free "Sleep Hotline" on March 24, 1999.

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