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The European University Alliance FORTHEM welcomes new partners and strengthens its network with the university cities’ administrations and chambers of commerce

This week the European University Alliance FORTHEM gathered in Mainz, Germany, for its first on-site meeting. Alongside the seven university partners from all over Europe, representatives of the FORTHEM partner cities and their chambers of commerce and industry were invited so that they could meet one another in person and exchange ideas. “We were extremely pleased to have at last been able to greet all the partners of our European University FORTHEM Alliance – and also those partners outside the university domain – here in Mainz. Because of the pandemic, the event had only now become possible. We are thus all the more grateful to have had the opportunity to come together these past few days. We used this chance to welcome two new FORTHEM members while, at the same time, promoting interaction at the city administration and chamber of commerce level,” said Professor Georg Krausch, President of Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz (JGU).
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thepostemail.com

Was Communism the Objective?

(Sep. 23, 2021) — With carlos the jackal (international communist terrorist-assassin from Venezuela) in the news yesterday here is some information you may not know because it’s been entirely scrubbed from the internet. First, carlos, or ilich ramirez sanchez, was sentenced in France to three life sentences. Now suddenly we are dissing France and carlos is getting a new trial asking for a shorter sentence. Coincidence? I think not. Especially because of the fact that obama is running the government and decisions being made are to destroy our Constitutional Republic and build a communist state. We are well on our way.
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studymoose.com

The Life and Times of Gilles Deleuze

Gilles Deleuze was born in the 17th arrondissement, or district, of Paris in 1925. His father was a World War I veteran and an engineer. Deleuze grew up during the occupation of France by Nazi Germany in WWII. His brother was arrested during German occupation for resistance activities and died on his way to the Auschwitz concentration camp. His parents took Deleuze and fled to Normandy where he attended a public school because of his parents financial state. It was at this time where Deleuze met his first source of academic inspiration.
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uniacco.com

Do Not Miss Out The List Of The First Universities In The World

If you are planning to study abroad, you may want to grab the most prestigious opportunities out there. One way to study at a university that not only has a rich culture because of its steeped history but also offers contemporary knowledge is by studying at the oldest universities in the world. Some universities in the world have been existing for more than 1,000 years and what makes it even more interesting is that these universities still remain relevant and highly ranked in the present times. In other words, some of the top-ranked universities are also the first universities in the world such as the University of Oxford, the University of Bologna, the University of Vienna to name a few.
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APS physics

Scaling Regimes of Active Turbulence with External Dissipation

Active fluids exhibit complex turbulentlike flows at low Reynolds number. Recent work predicted that 2D active nematic turbulence follows scaling laws with universal exponents. However, experimentally testing these predictions is conditioned by the coupling to the 3D environment. Here, we measure the spectrum of the kinetic energy. E. (. q.
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vnexplorer.net

Faces to watch: Tech education leaders in MEA

© Motivate Publishing photo-1427504494785-3a9ca7044f45. The pandemic proved the need for a digitally skilled workforce that can meet the technological needs of the future. In its recent report, the World Economic Forum estimated that by 2025, 97 million new roles may emerge that are more adapted to the division of labour between humans, machines and algorithms.
EDUCATION
futureearth.org

Future Earth vacancies: Science Officers (Paris, France)

The Paris Hub of the Future Earth Secretariat is seeking 2 Science Officers 1-year contract (renewable subject to satisfactory performance) Closing date for applications: Applications will be reviewed as we receive them. The call will be closed as soon as 2 candidates are successful, and no later than 31 October 2021.
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renalandurologynews.com

Sacral Neuromodulation for Overactive Bladder Shows Real-World Efficacy

Real-world data support the efficacy, safety, and quality of life improvement of sacral neuromodulation for lower urinary tract dysfunctions. In the prospective SOUNDS (Sacral neuromOdUlation with InterStim™ therapy for intractable lower uriNary tract DySfunctions) study, 247 of 320 patients with overactive bladder (OAB) or unobstructed urinary retention received a permanent implant or replacement neurostimulator and/or lead.
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artsmeme.com

In loving memory of Emma Lewis Thomas, a champion of Los Angeles dance

Ed. note: Emma Lewis Thomas, a beloved dance professional, a university professor, and woman of humor and true grit, died last Thursday at her home in Montana. A few words of loving memory of Lew here. Please feel free to add comments to the post. Please drop me a line if you would like to add to the story’s main body. All are welcomed.
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wesleyan.edu

New Visiting Faculty Bring Vast Academic Interests from High Altitude Ecosystems to Pharmacoengineering

Nineteen visiting faculty, including fellows, scholars, and postdoctoral researchers, join Wesleyan for the 2021-22 academic year. Their academic interests include high altitude ecosystems, Muslim political masculinities, Indigenous cultural studies, epidemiology and public health, 20th-century continental philosophy, pharmacoengineering, social media’s effects on adolescent development, and more. Their bios are below:. Alisha...
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starpublications.online

Sandra Louise Orbison, 86

Sandra Louise Orbison of Seaford passed away on Sept. 4, 2021. She was born and reared in Indianapolis, IN and after several stops along the way, she made her home in Seaford. She earned a Bachelors Degree in French and English from Butler University, and a Masters in English and in Gifted and Talented Education from the University of Michigan and Widener University, respectively. Those who knew her will be surprised that she was recruited to play basketball at Butler by her Pi Beta Phi sorority.
SEAFORD, DE
thenationalnews.com

Strengthening ties between France and the UAE

Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed, Crown Prince and Deputy Supreme Commander of the Armed Forces, is received by French President Emmanuel Macron at Fontainebleau Palace, near Paris. Photos: Ministry of Presidential Affairs. The deep relationship between the two countries is evident across sectors in the UAE. The close ties that the...
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Princeton University

Twelve scholars named Presidential Postdoctoral Research Fellows with aim to enhance diversity in academia

Twelve scholars spanning engineering and the sciences, social sciences and humanities have been named Presidential Postdoctoral Research Fellows at Princeton. The program aims to enhance diversity in academia. “Early-career scholars have an opportunity to strengthen the foundation of their academic careers in the Presidential Postdoctoral Research Fellows Program,” said Dean...
PRINCETON, NJ

The True Story Of The First Woman To Earn A PhD

A quick google search for "first woman Ph.D." will yield the names Mary Washburn or Helen Magill. Both of these women were among the first to earn degrees of doctors of philosophy in the 19th century. But they were not the very first — they were merely among the first in the United States. The first doctorates to be awarded to women went back much further, to the 17th century.
EDUCATION
popularbio.com

Dolores Rice Bio

Dolores Rice estimated Net Worth, Biography, Age, Height, Dating, Relationship Records, Salary, Income, Cars, Lifestyles & many more details have been updated below. Let’s check, How Rich is Dolores Rice in 2020-2021? Scroll below and check more detailed information about Current Net worth as well as Monthly/Year salaries, Expenses, Income Reports!
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Universe Today

The Milky Way Hasn’t Been Evenly Mixed

Gas from the intergalactic medium constantly rains down on galaxies, fueling continued star formation. New research has shown that this gas is not evenly mixed, and stars are not equal across the galaxy. This result means that solar systems are not the same within the Milky Way. Galaxies are born...
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International Atomic Energy Agency

Beyond the Lab Coat: From Materials Science to Programme Management

“It is the link between my work and the wellbeing of entire communities that makes my job so rewarding,” says Petra Salame, a Programme Management Officer (PMO) at the IAEA in charge of the Agency’s technical cooperation projects in China, Indonesia and Viet Nam. She works closely with country experts...
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Caledonian Record-News

St. Johnsbury Academy Announces Six New Faculty And Three New Staff Members

St. Johnsbury Academy recently announced the six new faculty and three new staff members that started the 2021-2022 school year. Headmaster Dr. Sharon Howell said, ” We’re thrilled to welcome this talented new group of faculty and staff to departments across the school — and are grateful they have jumped in to be part of the community and to bring their new energy to all the challenges and opportunities we face right now.”
SAINT JOHNSBURY, VT
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