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When The Recession Hits Santa (Popularity: )
Parents hard hit by the recession may wonder how to explain to their children why there aren't as many presents under the tree this year.Christy Buchanan, professor of psychology at Wake Forest University, reminds parents that "children, in their heart of hearts, don't want a lot of things from their parents as much as they want love from them and time with them. In the long run, it's love, shared ...

William and Mary School of Business Faculty-Staff Campaign Surpasses Half-Million Dollar Goal (Popularity: )
When you've been around as long as the College of William and Mary, it's hard to imagine an unprecedented experience. But the business school changed that on April 25th with its announcement of a history-making faculty and staff campaign for the Mason School of Business programs and their new home, Alan B. Miller Hall. The campaign raised over $545,000, exceeding its goal of $500,000. With 85% participation from faculty and ...

Worcester Polytechnic Institute to Help Develop Novel Sign Language Technology (Popularity: )
WORCESTER, Mass. - January 08, 2020 -- A Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) researcher has received a $1 million National Science Foundation (NSF) grant that could lead to significant breakthroughs in technology platforms for the ASL-signing Deaf Community. Erin Solovey, assistant professor of computer science, will investigate the feasibility and effectiveness of computer interfaces that will allow deaf individuals to navigate, search, and interact with technology completely in American Sign Language.Members ...

Year-Round Textbook Buyback at Etextshop (Popularity: )
Ogden, Utah January 27, 2011 - Etextshop, one of the largest online bookstores, would like to announce that they offer year-round textbook buy back for college students who want to sell their used textbooks and books. The company takes pride in being able to offer the most competitive online prices for college student textbook buyback in the United States. Based in Ogden, Utah, Etextshop was created in 2004 as a ...

Young Scientists-in-the-Making Compete for Top Honors at the 57th Annual California State Science Fair (Popularity: )
More than 900 of the state's top middle and senior high school students will convene for the final round of competition in the California State Science Fair, May 19 -20, 2008 hosted by the California Science Center, and taking place at the Los Angeles Sports Arena in Exposition Park. Winners will take home a combined total of nearly $60,000 in cash prizes. The Northrop Grumman Foundation is the Presenting Benefactor ...