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Edith Abbot

Did you know that Edith Abbott was born today in 1876? At a time when women did not attend college or have the right to even vote, Edith Abbott was a force for social change. 347 more words

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Community Adaptation in Spokane

CIRC is currently in the beginning stages of our newest Community Adaptation effort, the Spokane Community Adaptation Project (SCAP). The project is intended to help the community of Spokane, Washington respond to climate impacts related to local water resources. 1,618 more words



Dear Learners,

Please bring Geography Text Book and Note Book tomorrow to school.




Research Assistant at The Williams Institute, UCLA School of Law

Fields: LGBTQ, policy, law, social science, data analysis

Location: Los Angeles, California

About the Organization: The Williams Institute is dedicated to conducting rigorous, independent research on sexual orientation and gender identity law and public policy. 242 more words

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Culture and Values One of the distinguishing factors of culture is that of shared values. Cultural values are learned and reinforced through the socialization process and then passed from one generation to the next. 103 more words

Academic Writing

Coordinator, College of Arts & Sciences at University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Fields: education, social science, humanities, culture, communications

Location: Lincoln, Nebraska

About the Organization: The College of Arts and Sciences seeks a highly-effective Part-time Coordinator to provide specialized programmatic support to the following programs: Global Studies, Women’s and Gender Studies, Judaic Studies, and the Institute of Ethnic Studies and departments: Philosophy, Comm Studies, and Classics and Religious studies. 125 more words


Introducing Game Theory a Graphic Guide

Introducing Game Theory by Ivan Pastine

For someone with zero knowledge in the subject, this book took me a while to finish as compared to the previous book. 138 more words