Wednesday, September 23, 2020

Monaco: the ideal place to learn and experience luxury!

Since 2006 IUM has developed the MSc in Luxury Management program, taking into consideration the needs of an ever-evolving segment, and working...

Toxic metal air pollution nanoparticles found inside the ‘powerhouses’ of heart cells of city...

Toxic metallic air pollution nanoparticles are getting inside the crucial, energy-producing structures within the hearts of people living in polluted cities, causing...

Coronavirus roundup: Entrepreneurship and data analysis

Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, University of Missouri–St. Louis faculty, staff and students have supported the St. Louis community in a wide variety...

New MBA course maximises data to drive post-COVID strategy

In a post-COVID business environment, the use of data to drive decisions will be key to making a greater impact. A new...

UH releases interim COVID-19 guidelines for its 10 campuses

Editor’s note: University of Hawaiʻi President David Lassner held a news conference to announce the university’s interim COVID-19 guidelines on July 1, 2020....

Bergman to study COVID-19 economic recovery

Milgard School economic Margo Bergman has been awarded a COVID-19 economic research recovery grant, one of 18 funded by UW's Population Health...

The Role of a Social Worker in COVID-19 Pandemic

Tara Ryan-DeDominicis has been an invaluable guide to our social work program, supervising student internships, providing advice on assignments and more. She...

Local artists receive grants for City of Culture 2021 projects

Coventry University and the University of Warwick have selected 18 local artists to receive a grant that will allow them to continue their work during the COVID-19 pandemic through collaboration with researchers from the social sciences, arts, science and medicine from across both the city’s universities.

University campaign welcomes major coronavirus campaign donation

University campaign welcomes major coronavirus campaign donation

Survey finds over 60% senior citizens are willing to try online medical consultations

The suspension of most of the non-emergency services at public hospitals during the COVID-19 outbreak is a source of worries to...
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