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ILLINOIS

College of Education expanding doctoral programs in special education

CHAMPAIGN, Ill. — The College of Education is expanding the capacity of its doctoral programs in special education to help address a nationwide shortage...

CAMPUS NEWS

THON 2020: The Big Reveal

Penn State's 2020 THON has raised $11,696,942.38 for the Four Diamonds at Penn State Children’s Hospital — adding to Penn State...

U-M, Coursera offer Chinese learners nearly free access to online courses amid coronavirus outbreak

In response to the coronavirus epidemic that has restricted millions of Chinese people to their homes and towns, the University of...

Scrap metal-powered lights win Y-Prize 2020

Each year, Penn Engineering, Wharton’s Mack Institute for Innovation Management, Penn Wharton Entrepreneurship and the Penn Center for Innovation team up to...

Concord Law School graduate to speak at Purdue Global commencement ceremonies

Dolan Williams, a graduate of Purdue University Global’s Concord Law School, will provide the keynote address at two commencement ceremonies for Purdue Global on...

New Keller Center reflects Harris Public Policy’s growing ambitions

The University of Chicago Harris School of Public Policy has a new home to match its growing ambitions.

$3.2 million NIH award to support technology to fight deadly bacterial lung infections

New support may help Purdue University scientists target what they call one of the greatest threats to human health – antimicrobial resistance.

OPINION

NPR: Opinion: Despite No Major Deal During Trump’s Visit To India, There Was Progress

Following President Trump's two-day trip to India, his first official visit to the country, there's been some debate about its value. This...

CNN: China and Japan’s relationship is thawing in the time of coronavirus

"Even though we live in different places, we live under the same sky," read the stanza on the sides of boxes...

CNN: Can Bernie Sanders beat Donald Trump? Here’s the reality

You'd be forgiven for thinking that there are no rules in politics and there's nothing more to learn from history.

CULTURE

ACT MONTHLY PUBLICATION, FEBRUARY 2020

VOLUME 12, NUMBER 140, FEBRUARY 2020

ANOUNCEMENT

ACT COLUMN

As 2020 tax reporting season is approaching, individual taxpayers have started preparing themselves with different methods to file their tax returns. Some...

NEWS

NPR: 6 Dead In Shooting At Molson Coors In Milwaukee After Employee Opens Fire

Updated at 11:30 p.m. ET At least five people were killed at the Molson Coors Beverage Co. in Milwaukee...

VOA: Trump: US ‘Totally Prepared’ for Coronavirus

U.S. President Donald Trump said Wednesday he thinks the spread of a new coronavirus in the United States is avoidable and expressed...

CNN: New coronavirus case could be first instance of ‘community spread’ in US, CDC says

(CNN) A resident of Solano County, California, who has novel coronavirus might be the first example in the country of "community spread," a situation...

VOA: Italy’s Moment of Viral Madness

ROME - It was not from delicacy, amid the outbreak this week of coronavirus in northern Italy, that Milan’s iconic opera house...

TRAVEL

There are people who can sleep anywhere, any time, in any position -- including upright in an economy-class airplane seat.

WORK LIFE

European parents have historically been relaxed when it comes to raising their children, but today more and more are adopting the kind...

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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is telling Americans that they should be prepared for the possibility of a COVID-19 outbreak...

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College of Education expanding doctoral programs in special education

CHAMPAIGN, Ill. — The College of Education is expanding the capacity of its doctoral programs in special education to help address a nationwide shortage...