United States sets new research ethics rules for scientists

The Biden administration sets new rules of scientific integrity for funding federal research grants designed in large part to prevent Trump-era political interference in policy-relevant findings and evaluations – even if it is. grappling with an alleged violation within its own academic ranks. The new rules stem from a whole-of-government …

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JSDC Board of Directors approves funding for internship program

January 11 — The Board of Directors of Jamestown / Stutsman Development Corp. unanimously approved on Monday January 10 the funding of the internship reimbursement program up to $ 105,000 for 2022-2023. Corry Shevlin, director of business development for JSDC, said an additional $ 51,825 is needed to fund the …

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Private student loan refinancing rates plunge after weeks of steady increases

Our goal here at Credible Operations, Inc., NMLS number 1681276, referred to as “Credible” below, is to give you the tools and confidence you need to improve your finances. Although we promote the products of our partner lenders who pay us for our services, all opinions are ours. The latest …

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Georgia relaxes some COVID guidelines for school districts

The state’s Department of Public Health has relaxed some guidelines for Georgia school districts in their efforts to tackle COVID-19 in the classroom. A letter sent Thursday by Governor Brian Kemp and DPH Commissioner Dr. Kathleen Toomey says educators and school staff who are exposed to COVID-19 can return to …

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Dion Manley becomes Ohio’s first openly transgender public agent

Dressed in blue and yellow, the colors of Gahanna-Jefferson’s public schools, Dion Manley raised his right hand and became Ohio’s first openly transgender public official. “I really think Gahanna deserves a lot of credit,” Manley said. “They have been inclusive and open as a district. I have seen this in …

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Area Graduate’s Pikup App Gets $ 1.8 Million in Financial Support | Business

Bharat Pulgam, graduated from Wayzata High School in 2017, finds financial base for his Pikup delivery app. The fast-growing Minneapolis-based startup recently closed with funding of $ 1.8 million. The money comes from funds across the country including Unusual Ventures, Starting Line and Matchstick Ventures. Founded in 2018 by Pulgam, …

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Georgia school principal awaits return of students to class, teacher increases in 2022

Despite some major Georgia school systems implementing an online semester start this week, the state’s public education system is poised for a successful and mostly in-person semester, State Superintendent Richard Woods said on Friday. . Georgia State Schools Superintendent Richard Woods Credit: Georgia Ministry of Education “It goes without saying …

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WATCH: Shawn Overdorf announces his candidacy for Brevard Public School District 2 board seat

The BPS District 2 headquarters is currently held by Cheryl McDougall, who will not be standing for re-election LOOK: Shawn Overdorf, candidate for Brevard Public School Board District 2, talks about his background and qualifications for the very important job of leading the education of the more than 75,000 students …

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Colorado Legislature to Address Big Education Issues in 2022

Colorado lawmakers return Wednesday for the start of the 2022 legislative session in hopes of tackling long-standing educational challenges as well as new issues brought on by the pandemic. Money for kindergarten to grade 12 and higher education will be big topics, as usual, with advocates saying it’s high time …

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Long-term commercial loan options for small businesses

Smart business owners know they can do more with a little extra working capital. And when they don’t have the extra money available, they take out small business loans. Sounds simple, doesn’t it? There are actually many types of business loans out there, so finding the one that’s right for …

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