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Incident Reports: June 27, 2017
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ALFRED UNIVERSITY NEWS

Teenage Weight Gain Linked to Increased Stroke Risk as an Adult
Kids who become overweight during their teenage years may be more likely to develop a stroke decades later than kids who did not become overweight during those years, according to a study published in the June 28, 2017, online issue of Neurology(r), the medical journal of the American Academy of Neurology.

ALFRED UNIVERSITY NEWS

Health Insurance Expansion Linked to Fewer Sudden Cardiac Arrests
Newswise imageThe incidence of sudden cardiac arrest, a sudden and usually deadly loss of heart function, declined significantly among previously uninsured adults who acquired health insurance through the Affordable Care Act, also known as "Obamacare," according to a study published today in the Journal of the American Heart Association.

ALFRED UNIVERSITY NEWS

The Hippocampus Underlies the Link Between Slowed Walking and Mental Decline
Newswise imageThe connection between slowed walking speed and declining mental acuity appears to arise in the right hippocampus, a finger-shaped region buried deep in the brain at ear-level, according to a 14-year study conducted by scientists at the University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health.

ALFRED UNIVERSITY NEWS

WCS Field Conservationist Nominated for Tusk Award for Conservation in Africa
Newswise imageWCS scientist and field conservationist Nachamada Geoffrey has been nominated for the Tusk Award for Conservation in Africa for his efforts to protect Nigeria's remaining elephants and other important wildlife in Yankari Game Reserve.

ALFRED UNIVERSITY NEWS

Flip-Flops Shouldn't Be Your Sole Choice in Summer Footwear
Newswise imageThe simple sandals that produce the unmistakable thwack-thwack sound effect are clearly the warm-weather footwear of choice for many Americans. But they're simply not a good fit for every activity.

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA-SAN FRANCISCO NEWS

UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospitals Shine Among Finest in 9 Pediatric Specialties Nationwide
Mark Laret
UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospitals, with campuses in San Francisco and Oakland, rank among the country’s best in nine specialties, according to U.S. News & World Report’s survey of 187 pediatric hospitals nationwide.


UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA-SAN FRANCISCO NEWS

Go Easy on the Avocado Toast: ‘Good Fat’ Can Still Be Bad for You, Research Shows
Research
Liberal consumption of so-called good fats – like those found in olive oil and avocados – may lead to fatty liver disease, a risk factor for metabolic disorders like type 2 diabetes and hypertension, according to a new study by scientists at UCSF.


BOSTON UNIVERSITY NEWS

Three BU Students Compete in Pageants This Weekend
Campus Life
This weekend, three musically inclined Boston University students are vying for the crown at pageants both near and far. Andrea Rustad (CAS’19) will represent the Bay State in the national Miss Collegiate America Pageant this Saturday, July 1, in Little Rock, Ark. Rustad currently holds the Massachusetts title in the Miss Collegiate system. Closer to […]

BOSTON UNIVERSITY NEWS

Climate Change and an “Overlooked” Nutrient: Silica
Science & Tech
Among ecologists, carbon gets all the glory. Scientists examine its critical role in plant growth and decay, they chart its contributions to greenhouse gases, and they measure its sequestration in earth, sea, and sky. Often overlooked in all this research is humble silicon, or “silica,” as it’s called when combined with oxygen. If ecologists (or […]

SWARTHMORE COLLEGE NEWS

Hannah Allison Named New Field Hockey Head Coach


WESLEY COLLEGE NEWS

Marcano nominated for 2017 NCAA Woman of the Year award

YALE UNIVERSITY NEWS

The Pigeon lands at Beinecke, supports New Haven Reads
Yale News
The North American Dreaming Depot Pigeon, an irascible species that longs to drive buses and inhabits the picture books of best-selling author and illustrator Mo Willems, is nesting in a glass exhibition case at Yale’s Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library.

HAMPDEN-SYDNEY COLLEGE NEWS

Coverage of Gen. Sam’s Passing
Coverage of Gen. Sam’s PassingGen. Sam has been lauded and memorialized in many obituaries and articles.

PRINCETON UNIVERSITY NEWS

New names for campus spaces honoring Nobel laureates Morrison, Lewis take effect July 1
Effective Saturday, July 1, the West College building on the Princeton campus will be named in honor of Nobel laureate and emeritus faculty member Toni Morrison, and the major auditorium at the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs will be named for Nobel laureate and former faculty member Sir W. Arthur Lewis.

PRINCETON UNIVERSITY NEWS

People prove adept at predicting emotional transitions
New work from researchers at Princeton University and Harvard University shows that people are quite skilled at predicting others' future emotions, thanks to a powerful mental model of emotional transitions.

SPRING ARBOR UNIVERSITY NEWS

[Volleyball] Volleyball Summer Camp dates

SAU SUMMER SPORTS CAMPS

SPRING ARBOR, Mich. – The Spring Arbor University volleyball program is excited to announce that registration for its summer camps is open.



SPRING ARBOR UNIVERSITY NEWS

[Volleyball] Volleyball announces 2017 schedule

2017 VOLLEYBALL SCHEDULE

SPRING ARBOR, Mich. – Spring Arbor University volleyball has announced its 2017 schedule, beginning with a pair of non-conference tournaments before starting Crossroads League play.



UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA-LOS ANGELES NEWS

Medicaid waiver program helped public hospitals improve care to California’s most needy
Results of UCLA report are the first from a national effort to reform public hospitals.

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA-LOS ANGELES NEWS

UCLA In the News June 28, 2017
More than 100 people have utilized the right-to-die law in California in the legislation’s first six months. What is ransomware? And more.

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA-LOS ANGELES NEWS

UCLA Anderson School of Management honors best business journalism at 2017 Loeb Awards
The awards recognize the work of journalists whose contributions illuminate subjects in business, finance and the economy for readers and viewers around the world.

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA-RIVERSIDE NEWS

The Top: 2016-2017 Year in Review (videos included)
Inside UCR
UC Riverside's accomplishments during the 2016-2017 academic year are no small feat. UCR set new records, hosted fundraising campaign symposiums, and celebrated anniversaries. 

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA-RIVERSIDE NEWS

UCR Assistant Psychology Professor Awarded $225,000 Research Grant
Inside UCR
The Whitehall Foundation is a not-for-profit corporation focused on assisting basic research in vertebrate and invertebrate neurobiology in the U.S.

UNION COLLEGE-KY NEWS

[Men's Soccer] Union Releases 2017 Men's Soccer Schedule

BARBOURVILLE, Ky. - Union College men's soccer head coach Jonathan Shaw announced the Bulldogs' 2017 schedule. Overall, the Bulldogs will compete in 17 matches on the year with nine games played on their home turf.



UNION COLLEGE-KY NEWS

[Volleyball] Alley Signs On to Set for Bulldogs in 2017

BARBOURVILLE, Ky. – Union College head volleyball coach Jeremy Wise welcomes in a setter from Virginia as Candace Alley committed to be a Bulldog for the 2017 campaign.



STANFORD UNIVERSITY NEWS

Stanford engineers design a robotic gripper for cleaning up space debris
Science & Technology
Researchers combined gecko-inspired adhesives and a custom robotic gripper to create a device for grabbing space debris. They tested their gripper in multiple zero gravity settings, including the International Space Station.

LYON COLLEGE NEWS

[Women's Basketball] Lyon earns ArBCA award

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. – The Arkansas Basketball Coaches Association named the state's most outstanding programs for the 2016-17 athletic year on June 19, and the Lyon College women's basketball team was named the women's most outstanding program among institutions at the NCAA Division III, NAIA and other college levels. In total, there were six institutions that received awards with three each on the men's and women's sides. This is the second straight year the Scots have received the award.

The Scots earn the recognition after posting a 28-6 overall record during the 2016-17 season, and finishing 21-3 in the American Midwest Conference in second place. The Scots also posted a 14-2 record inside James C. Becknell Gymnasium during the season. The Scots advanced all the way to the AMC Tournament championship, where they fell to then undefeated Freed-Hardeman 89-87 in overtime.



PARIS JUNIOR COLLEGE NEWS

PJC Regents review conceal-carry policy, discusses appointment
A draft policy to implement state law allowing conceal-carry at Paris Junior College was reviewed by the Board of Regents Monday evening, and plans were made to appoint an at-large regent to represent Lamar County.

CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY NEWS

Carnegie Mellon Solidifies Leadership Role in Artificial Intelligence
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Carnegie Mellon University's School of Computer Science has launched a new initiative that marshals work in artificial intelligence.

YALE UNIVERSITY NEWS

J.D. McClatchy, long-time editor of The Yale Review, to retire
Yale News
J.D. McClatchy, editor of The Yale Review since 1991, is stepping down at the end of June. McClatchy, who took over the journal after Yale had considered closing it following a run of 170 years, expanded its literary content, revamped its finances, and was instrumental in raising a permanent endowment that continues to support its work today.

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