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Newswise: University of Redlands educator works with APA advocacy board to preserve program targeted by White House budget proposal

University of Redlands educator works with APA advocacy board to preserve program targeted by White House budget proposal

University of Redlands

She was the first Japanese national to receive a Doctor of Psychology (PsyD) degree from a program accredited by the American Psychological Association (APA). Now 20 years into her career as a female educator of color and as associate dean in the University of Redlands School of Education, Dr. Hideko Sera is giving back, serving on an advocacy board of the APA doing grassroots work to preserve Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF).

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Newswise: Rebecca Lyons named University of Redlands Professor of the Year

Rebecca Lyons named University of Redlands Professor of the Year

University of Redlands

The University of Redlands Mortar Board Honor Society has named Rebecca Lyons as Professor of the Year. Lyons, a chemistry professor in the College of Arts and Sciences, has been teaching at the University of Redlands for nine years.

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Newswise: Parents from lower-income families less likely to say child’s water supply is safe at both home and school
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Parents from lower-income families less likely to say child’s water supply is safe at both home and school

Michigan Medicine - University of Michigan

Parents from lower-income families are less likely to describe their home tap water as safe, say their water has been tested or feel confident in the quality of drinking fountain water at their child’s school compared with higher income peers, a new national poll suggests.

Channels: All Journal News, Children's Health, Family and Parenting, Food and Water Safety, Public Health,

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Newswise: New High-Throughput Method to Study Gene Splicing at an Unprecedented Scale Reveals New Details About the Process
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Newswise: What Induces Sleep? For Fruit Flies It’s Stress at the Cellular Level
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What Induces Sleep? For Fruit Flies It’s Stress at the Cellular Level

Biophysical Society

Sleep-deprived fruit flies helped reveal what induces sleep. University of Oxford researchers Anissa Kempf, Gero Miesenböck, and colleagues reveal that fruit fly sleep is driven by oxidative stress, the imbalance of free radicals and antioxidants in the body.

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Newswise: A New Way to Monitor Cancer Radiation Therapy Doses
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Newswise: Parkinson’s Disease Protein Structure Solved Inside Cells Using Novel Technique
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Newswise: Like a Microscopic Mars Rover, a New Technique Tracks Individual Protein Movement on Live Cells
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Like a Microscopic Mars Rover, a New Technique Tracks Individual Protein Movement on Live Cells

Biophysical Society

The piece of gold that Richard Taylor was thrilled to track down weighed less than a single bacterium. Taylor, a postdoctoral fellow at the Max Planck Institute, was working to follow individual nanogold-labeled molecules that move just nanometers, billionths of a meter.

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