News and features for 2012 December

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Helping to Heal

Submitted by Nina M. Riccio on December 21, 2012

As the news of the December shooting at a Newtown elementary school exploded, Dr. Bryan Ripley Crandall was reminded of a day in his own high scho

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Hundreds of Donated Books Form New Library

Submitted by Nina M. Riccio on December 18, 2012

Approximately 400 engineering textbooks that had been gathering dust in the School of Engineering basement are on their way to Cameroon, thanks to Ass

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Counselor Education sponsors a workshop on how to be an effective group leader and member

Submitted by Lynn Holforty on December 13, 2012

On Saturday, November 10, over 70 participants from a variety of disciplines gathered at a workshop facilitated by Dr. Diana Hulse, professor and chai

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Faculty Research Brief: GMOs and the Safety of the Food Supply

Submitted by Carolyn Arnold, Associate Director, Marketing & Communications on December 10, 2012

By Professor Debra M. Strauss Nearly all food products on the U.S. supermarket shelves now contain one or more genetically modified organisms (GMOs

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