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The first ever online certificate on climate change and health in the U.S. will soon be offered by the Yale School of Public Health this fall.

The certificate is perfect for working professionals aiming to better understand the impacts of climate change on human health, and develop practical strategies to address them.
https://publichealth.yale.edu/cchcert/
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Only 40% of today's college students earn a degree in 4 years. And the longer it takes, the higher the dropout rates spike.

The good news: Colleges care. By first identifying students at risk of not graduating, schools are able to rally around them with game-changing support options.
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The South Dakota School of Mines and Technology Moonrockers Team is honored to participate in the upcoming 2018 NASA Robotic Competition May 14-18 at the Kennedy Space Center.
https://www.sdsmt.edu/News/5-8-2018Moonrockerscompete/#.WvH7nNMvyi5
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President Susan West Engelkemeyer of Nichols College reflects on her experience trading places with a student for a day.
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R. Alexander Bentley and Micheal J. O'Brien explore how social media and technology impact current generations.
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Based on recent studies, we can investigate how productive professors really are after they are tenured.
#HigherEducation
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Dr. Randall Stress explains why liberal arts graduates make the best employees.
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Dr. Andrea Greg interviews about her work in Learning, Design, and Technology and why it's important.
#PennState
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Pace University President, Marvin Krislov, reflects on the importance liberal arts in higher education.
#PaceUniversity
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Bentley Professor, Gloria Corder Larson, explains the importance of combining left and right brain interests for students to be successful after graduation in her new book.
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