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Flipping the Classroom

Associate Professor Jamie Peterson and Amelia Ruedy ’16 recently conducted a study at St. Kate’s in one of the upper division Psychology courses, looking at the impact a flipped classroom had on student learning and rapport. 232 more words


White-hat hackers key to securing connected cars | CIO

Federal regulator warns of security and privacy risks in connected cars, calling on manufacturers to partner with white-hat hackers to seek out flaws and vulnerabilities.

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My Relationship with the Dictionary by Claire Peterson

Last night in the Dear Layla Writing class, we considered the themes of “Words” and “Reading” as we read aloud part of  the Lexicon and Reading series in my novel. 204 more words


Solar roads in France will provide power to over 5 million people

Building on the momentum created by last December’s Paris Climate Change Summit, France’s minister of Ecology and Energy recently announced plans to pave 1000 kilometers (621 miles) of road with solar panels over the next five years.

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Courses of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine

A graduate of the University of Chicago, Dr. Marsha Bievre Baker was on the Dean’s List and gained early acceptance to the school’s Pritzker School of Medicine. 189 more words

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(3.9.2016) Anita Borg Institute | Module 1: Decoding the Technical Interview

Are you ready for your technical interview? We have the tips and resources to help you succeed.

Your technical interview is about more than just answering a coding question. 38 more words

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