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A total of $2.4 million in state and federal funding will further the Indigenous Teacher Education Program's mission of bringing more Native American teachers to schools that serve Native American students.
Taking advantage of a phenomenon that allows astronomers to use massive galaxy clusters as natural magnifying glasses, researchers have discovered strange galaxies that stopped making stars before their time.
Shell beads found in a cave in Morocco are at least 142,000 years old. The archaeologists who found them say they're the earliest known evidence of a widespread form of human communication.
Gifts and commitments reached $345.2 million during the 2020-21 academic year. The previous high was in fiscal year 2019, when alumni and friends gave and pledged $334.6 million.
Best-selling author Walter Isaacson will headline the festival, which is presented by the College of Humanities. Isaacson will appear live at Centennial Hall on Oct. 8.
Borrowers whose writing is more readable, positive and truthful are less likely to default on a loan and tend to be charged lower interest rates, researchers have found.
The James E. Rogers College of Law will host a conversation with Judge David Barron of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 1st Circuit.
New research suggests winged critters with a penchant for overripe fruit may hold a secret to understanding gene function and autoimmune disorders such as lupus.
Researchers theorize that the importance of strong family and social bonds in Hispanic culture may explain why Hispanics have better disease outcomes than non-Hispanic whites.
Investigadores teorizan que las relaciones sociales y los enlaces familiares dentro de la cultura Hispana tal vez puedan explicar el porqué los Hispanos se recuperan mejor después de padecer de una enfermedad en comparación a la población blanca y no-Hispana.