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The Government of Canada is investing in University of New Brunswick and Clinic 554 research on barriers to access to abortion, and invites organizations that improve access to sexual and reproductive health care to apply for federal funding

FRÉDERICTON, NB, August 3, 2021 / CNW / – No matter where they live, Canadians deserve access to sexual and reproductive health services and resources. It is also essential that we support those who face the greatest barriers to accessing these services and resources, including women, youth, 2SLGBTQIA + people, …

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National University receives award of excellence for law enforcement training programs focused on community policing and welfare

La Jolla, CA – July 23, 2021 – The National University, a non-profit university with a 50-year history serving adult learners, educators and veterans, has been honored, in collaboration with National Education Partners ( NEP) with a D2L Award of Excellence 2021 for a recently launched program to enhance community …

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Brazil’s brain drain worsens

BARBARA GOMES almost completed his doctorate in biomedicine at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ), one of the best in Brazil. Jobs are scarce and the best she could find is a substitute teaching position at the university that pays around 4,000 reais ($ 760) per month. For …

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Tech sorry for the circumvention of funds

The Arkansas Tech University attorney apologized to state lawmakers on Monday for the school bypassing the Department of Finance and State Administration before paying $ 1.1 million in emergency financial aid grants to students. On another issue regarding the Russellville-based school, some lawmakers are unhappy with the race-related material given …

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Eight SBU Students Win Prestigious Fulbright Scholarships |

Eight Stony Brook University students have been recognized by the State Department’s prestigious Fulbright US Student Program, a highly competitive scholarship opportunity that provides funding for US students to conduct research or teach English in more than 140 countries abroad. The Fulbright Program, which was established by US Senator J. …

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Historically black colleges finally get the limelight

John S. Wilson Jr., who served as president of Morehouse College and the White House adviser on historically black colleges, said the institutions, known collectively as HBCUs, must seize this moment. “Is this a lasting moment that constitutes a new era?” Said Dr. Wilson, whose upcoming book, “Up From Uncertainty,” …

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