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Follow These Leads to Start Planning a Great Custom Art Program

These awesome art-focused custom programs ran during the summer of 2015 and you can use them to help you start building your successful custom business program! 239 more words

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Study: Higher education can help you live longer

A study published July 8 in the scientific journal PLOS ONE that found people who receive higher education outlive those who do not. What’s more, it also found that failing to obtain a high education could be as detrimental to a person’s life as smoking cigarettes. 970 more words

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Scientific evidence that same-sex parenting does not harm children

There is no evidence that having same-sex parents harms children in any way, a new comprehensive review finds.

In the new review, Jimi Adams, PhD, an associate professor of health and behavioral studies at the University of Colorado Denver, said he wanted to find out if children suffered any disadvantages simply because their parents were of the same sex. 157 more words

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E-Messages Give Glimpse Into Theater Shooter's Decline

CENTENNIAL, Colo. (AP) – Colorado theater shooter James Holmes swapped dozens of electronic messages with Gargi Datta, his former girlfriend, in the months before the July 2012 attack. 525 more words

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University of Colorado Denver in Beijing job ad

Communication Instructor
International College at Beijing
University of Colorado Denver

The University of Colorado Denver (CU Denver) Department of Communication invites applications for a non-tenure-track Instructor position at the  376 more words

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Environmental Privilege

My environmental privilege research grew out of a process so languorous and organic it’s hard to pinpoint how it came to be. I knew I wanted to integrate spatial demographics and on-the-ground inequality into my Whitman College senior thesis somehow, but it took a long time to conceptualize my research question. 487 more words

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Biker or Motorist: Take the Scofflaw Survey

The Scofflaw Biking Survey from the University of Colorado Denver – on the patterns and experiences of bicyclists and motorists on the road – has been making the rounds for a while.   99 more words

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