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Misleading Reporting from WCIA

May 1, 2016

Dear Mr. Matt Porter and WCIA news editor(s),

I viewed, and read, with dismay the recent reporting by Mr. Matt Porter aired on April 28 and posted on your web site titled “You paid for it.” (Porter, 2016) 1,903 more words

Higher Ed

Graduate School Humor.

In the light of finals week and all my Psychology majors and anyone who is studying to be a therapist, this one is for you.

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Allison Reiss, MD '83, Leads AHA-Funded Heart Study

Winthrop receives American Heart Association Grant-in-Aid for study linking low dose methotrexate to second heart attack prevention

By Courtney Allison


Caption: Pictured inside Winthrop’s new Research and Academic Center are (l.-r.) Deborah Whitfield, Director, Clinical Trials Center at Winthrop; Don Brand, PhD, Director, Health Outcomes Research; Joshua De Leon, MD, Director of the Cardiovascular Training Program, Director of Nuclear Cardiology and Director of Cardiovascular Research; Allison Reiss, MD, Head, Inflammation Section at Winthrop Research Institute; Steven Carsons, MD, Chief of Rheumatology, Allergy and Immunology at Winthrop; Ellen Eylers, MPH, MSN, RN, Research Coordinator, Cardiology Department; Wendy Drewes, BSN, RN, CCRC, Cardiology Research Coordinator; and Alexander Schoen, MBA, Director, Office of Sponsored Programs at Winthrop-University Hospital. 838 more words
SUNY Downstate

It’s Okay to Not be Okay: Thoughts from a Survivor

By

Jake R. Goldblum, M.S.Ed.

Warning: Discussion of physical/sexual abuse.

“I’m strong, powerful, and successful.” At least that’s what I tell myself time and time again in order to hide the fact that I really feel weak, powerless, and like a complete failure most of the time. 462 more words

Improve Your Institution's Social Media Game Right Now

If social media isn’t topping your marketing strategy, you’re missing out on big opportunities to engage with quality prospects—from high school students and parents to potential graduate students. 514 more words

Millennials

Alliant Cares About the Environment

Did you know that Alliant is the first standalone university to B Corp Certification? If you’re wondering what that means: It is “given only to public benefit corporations meeting the highest standards of social and environmental performance, public transparency and legal accountability. 36 more words

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