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#MySciComm Series Launches with Dr. Kika Tuff

Drawing inspiration from the #MySci hashtag, the ESA SciComm Section is launching a new blog series called #MySciComm.

Our aim is to explore the personal and professional journeys of science communicators, including the joys, struggles, and helpful resources that surfaced along their way. 881 more words

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Master Gardeners Heart Barbara Hyde Boardman

When Barbara Hyde Boardman says she’s had the book thrown at her, she means it.

After spending 17 years with CSU Extension as a Boulder County horticulture agent, she retired and wrote the first of her gardening books, called… 428 more words


Did your ancestor immigrate from Luxembourg between 1876 and 1900?

AnLux has placed a publication online that could help your research. Written in French, it’s called Luxembourg Emigrants and Remigrants, 1876 -1900. It draws from the population movement registers stored at AnLux to create a detailed list of who emigrated from each commune – and if they eventually came back. 122 more words


HEFCE to invest £10.7 million per year for university museums, galleries and collections

HEFCE will fund 33 higher education museums, galleries and collections which provide a unique and significant contribution to research and scholarship

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Functional Name tags for Special Education

Teachers are known to use name tags on student desks. The ones that you can buy at a local teacher usually have a whole lotta stimuli- I’m talking number lines, alphabet, colors, shapes, left and right, multiplication tables, and the list goes on….. 573 more words

February Featured Resource: Politics in America

Politics in America offers comprehensive, nonpartisan commentary and data about members of Congress. Detailed member profiles provide concise insight and candid analysis of personalities, political styles, legislative agendas, political ambitions, and reputations at home and on the Hill. 81 more words