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[Baseball] Lions Get One Final Win Over Golden Eagles Before GSAC Begins
COSTA MESA, Calif. - The Lions got one final non-conference win under their belts before the start of conference play. VU defeated the Golden Eagles 5-1 Monday to move to 10-1 entering GSAC play on Friday. 


[Softball] Lions Grab Two Wins Over La Sierra In Home Opener
COSTA MESA, Calif. - After multiple rain outs, the Lions finally competed on their home turf for the first time of the 2019 season. Vanguard capitalized on their field, grabbing two wins over the Golden Eagles. The Lions swept the double header 8-0 and 9-2 to improve to 4-2 on the season. 


[Men's Wrestling/Men's Volleyball] Vanguard Athletics Offers Two New Sports for 2019-20
COSTA MESA, Calif. - Vanguard University Athletics is proud to announce the addition of Men's Volleyball and Men's Wrestling to campus beginning in Fall 2019, further increasing the opportunity for student-athletes to continue playing the sports they love at the intercollegiate level while pursuing an undergraduate degree. The mission of Vanguard University is to pursue knowledge, cultivate character, deepen faith, and equip each student for a Spirit-empowered life of Christ-centered leadership and service.


[Women's Basketball] Lions Handle Hope International In 79-53 Victory
FULLERTON, Calif. - The Lions handled Hope Intrnational Thursday night, defeating the Royals 79-53. Earlier this year, Vanguard slipped past HIU with a come from behind 53-51 win. VU utilized a strong second quarter and contained Hope International's offense to prevent the close margin from happening again. The No. 9 Blue and Gold are now 21-7 and 12-5 in the GSAC with their final conference contest happening Saturday. 


The Week Ender: June 2018
In addition to the many ongoing exhibits in the museums and galleries, June is a great time to enjoy a tour, a movie, music, and theater.


Doctors care for family members, too, when patients are in ICU
Better communication between the medical team and families can make a difference, according to Yale Medicine.


UC Riverside and Chile Boost Entrepreneurship Efforts through Partnership
Business
UCR and Know Hub Chile will collaborate in entrepreneurial education, evaluation of portfolio technologies, startup residency at UCR, and academic research.


Educational Studies Professors Offer Own Department as Case Study for Engaged Scholarship



ITS Presents Customer Excellence Awards
Efforts of award winners on ITS’ behalf have greatly improved the IT environment for the entire university.


Baby Born in World’s First In Utero Stem Cell Transplant Trial
Patient Care
An in utero stem cell transplant for a critically ill second-trimester fetus has led to the birth of an apparently healthy infant. The newborn is the first patient enrolled in the world’s first clinical trial using stem cells transplanted prior to birth.


Group Fitness: Yoga with Anjelica 6:00 PM to 7:00 PM - Falcon Center Studio-Small (A184)
Recreation


Vasculitis Foundation Announces Winner and Honorable Mentions for the Annual 2018 V-RED Award
The Vasculitis Foundation has given its annual V-RED Award to medical professionals who made a critical early diagnosis of vasculitis.


Social Ties Could Preserve Memory, Slow Brain Aging
A strong social network could be the key to preserving memory. New research from The Ohio State University found that mice housed in groups had better memories and healthier brains than animals that lived in pairs.


Less Is More When It Comes to Predicting Molecules' Conductivity
Forward-thinking scientists in the 1970s suggested that circuits could be built using molecules instead of wires, and over the past decades that technology has become reality. The trouble is, some molecules have particularly complex interactions that make it hard to predict which of them might be good at serving as miniature circuits. But a new paper by two University of Chicago chemists presents an innovative method that cuts computational costs and improves accuracy by calculating interactions between pairs of electrons and extrapolating those to the rest of the molecule.


Billy Becerra and the Unbearable Lightness of Grieving
In his son's memory, Billy Becerra and his family will participate in the Children's Hospital Los Angeles Walk & Play L.A. event on Saturday, June 2, 2018.


Novel procedure shortens stay for melanoma patients
Melanoma is highly capable of spreading and can be deadly rapidly if not treated.


President And Provost Lists Announced
Ozarka College recently announced that 62 students have been named to the President's List and 50 students have been named to the Provost's List for the spring 2018 semester. To be eligible for the President's List, a student must be enrolled in at least 12 college credit hours, excluding developmental courses, not be on any type of probation, and must have a minimum grade point average of 4.0. To be eligible for the Provost's List, students must meet the same requirements as the President's List; however, their minimum grade point average requirement is a 3.5 or higher. The Ozarka College President's List by city of residence is as follows: From Alton, MO: Shay L. Cross Ash Flat, AR: Ashton E. Gibson, Bobbie J. Johnson, Kelly R. Mccord, Brooklyn F. Moffitt, Rani K. Rush Batesville: Alexander G. Headley, Eduardo Sotelo, Sheri J. Younger Calico Rock: Amber N. Rush Cherokee Village: Abigail B. Brindley, Victoria M. Bush, Rebecca L. Huscher, Sarah A. Randall, Simeon J. Sapp, Victoria B. Wade, Tamara M. Wilson Drasco: Brittney N. Templin Edgemont: Trisha K. Carlton, Alisha A. Galloway Franklin: Kennedy E. Wallis Gatewood, MO: Maggie L. Smith Guion: Megan B. Moxley Hardy: Tessee A. Herring, Rebekah A. Perez Horseshoe Bend: Ashlynn R. Bratcher, Christian M. Lewis, Samantha A. Manning Leslie: Shelley M. Lemky Mammoth Spring: Alexis M. Jewell Melbourne: Whitney L. Cochran, Michael H. Cohoon, Natalie P. Cooper, Brandy A. Wall Moody, MO: Leinaala L. West Mount Pleasant: Staci L. Campbell Mountain Home: Jackson A. Braun, Savannah C. Harber, Mckenzie A. Walker Mountain View: Justin E. Bowen, Molly N. Cooper, Madison Dennis, Mary J. Guidroz, Chantel R. Jelks-Pitcock, Ashley H. Simons, Katie R. Wilson Oxford: Janice E. Crider Sage: Sebrina E. Weaver Salem: Haley D. Mullaney, Carolyn J. Wallace, Shelbey M. Whittle Sidney: Wendell A. Edwards, Ashli N. Martin, Richard O. Smith Thayer, MO: Paga Elizabeth L. Belongy, Crystal G. Gray, Elizabeth L. Wyatt, Journey A. Young Timbo: Samaya S. Strutton Viola: Billy J. Hendrix Weiner: Alexandra L. Ochoa Williford: Chelsea D. Blalock The Ozarka College Provost's List by city of residence is as follows: Alton, MO: Emily N. Burleson, Benjamin R. Hollis Ash Flat: Tyler S. Brewer, Andrea M. Hamrick, Matthew J. Mattox, Stacey A. Stephens Brockwell: Tina M. Lawrence Cherokee Village: Hannah N. Brindley, Dylan S. Burch, Kristin N. Kissee, James C. Rhodes, Jamie K. Spetnagel Evening Shade: Jason C. Smith Fairfield Bay: Jack C. Hinds Greenbrier: Paige A. Van Dyke Hardy: Blake C. Parker, Lane N. Rogers, Dalton J. Withers Horseshoe Bend: Landrei P. Hankins Lynn: Jody B. Hoggard Mammoth Spring: Bailey D. Collins Melbourne: Shelbie L. Byram, Amber K. Cowan, Joel T. Huddleson, Brianna Masson, Kerby D. Smith, Jessica M. Wortham Mountain View: Payton D. Barnett, Tia M. Callahan, Kyra M. Criswell, Daniel E. Dixon, Morgan M. Ferguson, Samantha N. Hollingshed, Jonathan C. Horn, Emily N. House, Chelsea S. Lang, Samantha N. Matteson, Mark H. May, Seth D. Mcdowell, Brandon A. Muse, Rosha M. O'Neal, Catherine J. Reaper, Lauren R. Smith Newark: LaToshia C. Carroll Salem: Alina J. Cawvey, Hannah N. Worsham Timbo: Heath T. Mealer, Alexis M. Vines Viola: Kaitlyn A. Blevins, Brianna D. Mcgehee For additional information on these accomplishments or about Ozarka College, please call 870.368.2024.


IU hosts cutting-edge conference at the crossroads of human and machine learning
Computer scientists, neuroscientists and psychologists came together for a unique gathering at IU Bloomington.


New study shows evidence that health information exchanges improve care, reduce costs
The new findings represent progress in reaching the national goals of better-quality care, improved population health and lower costs.


Scientists use photonic chip to make virtual movies of molecular motion
The research could lead to new ways of molecular modeling to create new chemicals for use as pharmaceuticals.


Price competition for generic drugs linked to increase in manufacturing-related recalls
Researchers from three universities have found that price competition in the generic drug market may be putting more patients at risk.


Herron School of Art and Design's Biennial Faculty Exhibition showcases diverse programs of study
Herron School of Art and Design faculty are highlighted at the Biennial Faculty Exhibition, June 7-Aug. 29.


Grad students’ research aims to change our world
Listicles
Graduate students are the workhorses of university research. Their work becomes the foundation of their academic and professional careers, but just as important is the fact that their research helps solve problems that we all face. The post Grad students’ research aims to change our world appeared first on UWM REPORT.


Campus IT internship program helping boost students into jobs
News
Student Affairs IT Services (SAITS) has been developing technology solutions at UWM for years. One of its most powerful solutions, though, has come not in information technology systems themselves, but rather in the students behind them. The post Campus IT internship program helping boost students into jobs appeared first on UWM REPORT.


Lightweight crew preparing for national championship
Nineowers and coxswains are training for the annual IRA National Championship Regatta being held June 1-2 at Lake Mercer in West Windsor, NY.