I was asked by the folks over at The Hidden Curriculum to answer a question prompted by my recent scatterplot post: (grad)student-faculty interaction. Specifically, readers were curious about how to identify mentors and make the most of those relationships, as well as any advice that I had on bridging gender gaps in mentoring. 84 more words
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LAS VEGAS (AP) — An investigation by the Nevada Department of Education has determined standardized test answer sheets at a Las Vegas elementary school were altered by adults and led to skyrocketing scores from one year to the next. 107 more words
The LBJ Library’s Civil Rights Summit will host four different Presidents before the end of the week.
The Civil Rights Summit on Tuesday, April 8 included discussions and panels about gay marriage rights, immigration policy, the place of music in civil rights activism, and a conversation with former President Jimmy Carter. 866 more words
On Saturday, May 3, the Murrieta Valley High School Band and Color Guard will present “Songs for America: A Bon Voyage Concert.” This will be the final opportunity to see the MVHS Band and Color Guard perform locally, prior to them leaving for Washington, D.C. 53 more words
WVU Printmaking student Jordan Welsh was awarded 2nd Place in the annual College of Creative Arts “Faculty-Student Mentored Research Award” competition. Jordan won for his research into beetles, their habitats and relation to human habitats, and his visual representation of the information. Great job Jordan!
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