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ALABAMA STATE UNIVERSITY NEWS

ASU Announces the Inaugural Class of ’50 under 50’
After a nationwide search, Alabama State University has announced the members of the inaugural class of “50 under 50” award recipients.

CHADRON STATE COLLEGE NEWS

Chadron State College continues to be accredited
Aug 18, 2017
CHADRON – Following a successful comprehensive on-campus visit from the Higher Learning Commission (HLC), Chadron State College’s status as an accredited institution has been continued. Chadron State President Randy Rhine made the announcement to faculty and staff members Friday during the opening all-campus meeting of the 2017 academic year. At its meeting July 31, the Institutional Actions Committee of the HLC agreed with a peer review team’s finding that CSC met all the core components of its Assurance Argument, the criteria for accreditation, through the Open Pathways option. As part of the reaffirmation process, CSC also successfully submitted the Federal Compliance Review and the Quality Initiative. “The journey to prepare for the HLC comprehensive visit began more than four years ago in the summer 2013. The constant and relentless effort has paid dividends that was evident to the HLC Peer Review Team and stated in the report: ‘Chadron has good reason to be proud of its success in meeting the difficult task of making what is often thought of as a sterile planning a thing of the past and in its ability to make a plan implementation a responsibility that is enthusiastically embraced by all on campus,’” said Vice President of Academic Affairs Charles Snare. Nine committees and task teams consisting of several dozen faculty and staff members collaborated on various HLC documents, including the Assumed Practices, the State Authorization Reciprocity Agreement (SARA), the Quality Initiative, the Federal Compliance Review and the Assurance Argument. Because of the successful reaffirmation, CSC chose the Open Pathway option for maintaining accreditation, designed to give institutions the independence to pursue improvement projects that are geared toward needs and aspirations. “This is a milestone for Chadron State College and I want to thank all the faculty, staff and students who worked on the college’s reaffirmation,” Rhine said. “Clearly, the HLC process was a large undertaking for everyone on campus and I was pleased to see collaboration across so many departments. To see the entire campus working together toward a common goal is rewarding and I am excited to see where this momentum carries Chadron State College into the future.” Snare added accreditation is important because it provides colleges and universities a standard of credibility with their peers, confirms CSC meets professional standards, and the college remains eligible to receive federal financial funds. Chadron State College has been accredited by the HLC since 1923. According to its website, HLC is an independent corporation that was founded in 1895 as one of six regional accreditors in the United States. HLC accredits degree-granting post-secondary institutions in the North Central region, comprised of 19 states.

VANGUARD UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA NEWS

[Men's Soccer] Vanguard Begins with Victory over La Sierra for 5th Straight Year

COSTA MESA, Calif. – The Lions recorded their first official game of the season during a home affair against the La Sierra Golden Eagles. This marks the fifth straight year the Lions have opened the season against LSU, all ended in victory. During the span, the Lions have only given up one total goal. Today's contest ended in a 2-0 victory as Jared Gould (SO/Prescott, AZ) and Carlos Yepez (JR/Inglewood, CA) scored for the Blue and Gold.



VANGUARD UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA NEWS

[Volleyball] Lions Sweep #2 Dordt - the 2016 National Champion Runner-Up

COSTA MESA, Calif. – Capping off their fifth game in less than 72 hours, the Lions (2-4) upset the 2016 National Champion Runner-Up in Dordt College (2-2). The Blue and Gold came up with a victory against the highest ranked team since a 3-1 over #1 Biola University on October 6, 2015. The Dordt Defenders were the second ranked team in the Coaches' Top 25 Poll released this August. The win also ends a four game skid in which all of the games were lost in the fifth set and marks the first three set sweep on the year for the Pride.



STANFORD UNIVERSITY NEWS

Genome analysis with near-complete privacy possible
Research
Stanford researchers used cryptography to cloak irrelevant genetic information in individuals’ genomes while revealing disease-associated mutations. The technique could vastly improve patient privacy.

ALFRED UNIVERSITY NEWS

To Reduce Postoperative Pain, Consider Sleep -- and Caffeine
A new preclinical study found that a brief period of extended wakefulness before surgery enhances pain and prolongs recovery time after surgery. Caffeine administration helped to reduce the harmful effects of sleep loss on subsequent surgical pain.

ALFRED UNIVERSITY NEWS

Why Leaving a Romantic Relationship is So Hard, Heavy Drinkers and Partner Violence, College Men Struggle to Understand Concent, and More in the Sex and Relationships News Source
The latest research and features on sex in the Sex and Relationships News Source

ALFRED UNIVERSITY NEWS

Aravindan Vijayaraghavan Receives NSF Honor for Young Faculty
Newswise imageNorthwestern University's Aravindan Vijayaraghavan, a theoretical computer scientist, has received a Faculty Early Career Development Program (CAREER) award from the National Science Foundation (NSF).The award is the foundation's most prestigious honor for junior faculty.

ALFRED UNIVERSITY NEWS

Autoimmune Warriors, Controversial Ciggarette Coupons, Online Drug Education, and More in the Healthcare News Source
The latest research, features and announcements in healthcare in the Healthcare News Source

ALFRED UNIVERSITY NEWS

Few Women with History of Breast Cancer and Ovarian Cancer Take a Recommended Genetic Test
More than 80 percent of women living with a history of breast or ovarian cancer at high-risk of having a gene mutation have never taken the test that can detect it.

OCCIDENTAL COLLEGE NEWS

Incident Reports: August 17, 2017
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LAFAYETTE COLLEGE NEWS

Men's Soccer: Fairleigh Dickinson vs Lafayette , 08/25/17 7:00 PM ET
Fairleigh Dickinson @ Lafayette. Easton, Pa.

LAFAYETTE COLLEGE NEWS

Women's Volleyball: Lafayette vs Saint Peter's , 08/25/17 6:00 PM ET
Saint Peter's @ Lafayette. Bethlehem, Pa.

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA-LOS ANGELES NEWS

UCLA In the News August 18, 2017
The ACLU will no longer defend hate groups protesting with firearms. How gorgeous summer days can make you miserable. And more.

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA-LOS ANGELES NEWS

Few women with history of breast cancer and ovarian cancer take a recommended genetic test
UCLA’s Christopher Childers says the relevant genetic mutations can be easily detected through blood or saliva analysis.

KIRKWOOD COMMUNITY COLLEGE NEWS

[Baseball] Open tryouts for baseball set for Aug. 23

Open tryouts for the Kirkwood Eagles baseball team has been set for Wednesday, August 23 at 3:00 p.m. at the Kirkwood baseball field.

All participants must provide a completed sports physical before being allowed to tryout for the team.

For any further questions about the baseball tryouts, contact Lynn Lueck at lynn.lueck@kirkwood.edu

Go Eagles!



FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY NEWS

FIU helps international students make the transition to college
Campus Life
As if starting college isn’t hard enough already, imagine having to make the switch while coming from another country. That’s […]


LYON COLLEGE NEWS

[Women's Soccer] 2017 Lyon Women?s Soccer Season Preview

SCHEDULE | ROSTER | PROSPECTUS

BATESVILLE, Ark. – The 2017 Lyon College women's soccer team hopes to take a step forward when they take the pitch this year. The Scots finished 2016 with a 5-11-1 record, and fell in the quarterfinal round of the AMC Tournament to Columbia, 5-0.

Lyon is picked to finish sixth in the AMC Women's Soccer Preseason Coaches' Poll, and will return their top two goal scorers from last season in Joyce Barbosa (JR/Rio De Janeiro, Brazil) and Jessica Souza (SR/Cabot, Ark.), as each had 14 goals apiece. 



LYON COLLEGE NEWS

[Men's Soccer] 2017 Lyon Men?s Soccer Season Preview

SCHEDULE | ROSTER | PROSPECTUS

BATESVILLE, Ark. – The 2017 Lyon College men's soccer team has their sights on another strong finish this upcoming fall. Last year, Lyon finished 11-8-1 and posted two straight shutouts in the American Midwest Conference Tournament, before falling to Columbia in the championship match.

A team that lost just five seniors, will look to have another strong finish this season with a slew of returners and talented newcomers. The Scots are picked to finish fourth in the AMC Men's Soccer Preseason Coaches' Poll.



LYON COLLEGE NEWS

[Football] 2017 Lyon Football Season Preview

SCHEDULE | ROSTER |

BATESVILLE, Ark. – The 2017 Lyon College football team looks to build off of last season, which saw the Scots earn their first three wins in program history. Last fall, Lyon finished the year 3-8, including back-to-back wins against Southwestern Assemblies of God University (Texas) and Texas College. 



WOFFORD COLLEGE NEWS

U.S. Court of Appeals Judge Henry Floyd to speak at opening convocation
Sept. 5 event to be held in Leonard Auditorium; open to public

UTAH STATE UNIVERSITY NEWS

Weed management practice selection among Midwest U.S. Organic Growers

Organic agricultural systems increase the complexity of weed management, leading organic farmers to cite weeds as one of the greatest barriers to organic production. Integrated Weed Management (IWM) systems have been developed to address the ecological implications of weeds and weed management in cropping systems, but adoption is minimal. Organic agriculture offers a favorable context for application of IWM, as both approaches are motivated by concern for environmental quality and agricultural sustainability. However, adoption of IWM on organic farms is poorly understood due to limited data on weed management practices used, absence of an IWM adoption metric, and insufficient consideration given to the unique farming contexts within which weed management decisions are made. Therefore, this study aimed to (1) characterize organic weed management systems; (2) identify motivations for, and barriers to, selection of weed management practices; and (3) generate guiding principles for effective targeting of weed management outreach. We surveyed Midwestern organic growers to determine how specified psychosocial, demographic, and farm structure factors influence selection of weed management practices. Cluster analysis of the data detected three disparate, yet scaled, approaches to organic weed management. Clusters were distinguished by perspective regarding weeds and the number of weed management practices used. Categorization of individual farms within the identified approaches was influenced by primary farm products as well as farmer education, years farming, and information-seeking behavior. The proposed conceptual model allows weed management educators to target outreach for enhanced compatibility of farming contexts and weed management technologies.



UTAH STATE UNIVERSITY NEWS

Integrating rural livelihoods and community interaction into migration and enviroment research: A conceptual framework of rural out-migration and environment in developing countries

This article presents a conceptual framework linking perspectives from migration and environment with rural livelihoods and interactional community research in the context of rural out-migration and environmental changes in developing countries. Household livelihoods and community interaction comprise two core mediating factors between rural out-migration and rural environmental outcomes. Developing an interdisciplinary conceptual framework is an important way to advance migration and environment research that is built on knowledge from a variety of disciplines. By building linkages across different research fields, our conceptual framework provides an overall picture of the relevant mechanisms through which out-migration affects the rural environment. The framework has implications for theory, methodology, and rural environment and development policy.



UTAH STATE UNIVERSITY NEWS

Back where they once belonged? Local response to afforestation in County Kerry, Ireland

Afforestation has many benefits at the local regional and global scale. The local social impacts of planting new forests, however, depend on a variety of contextual factors and other details including who is doing the planting, which species are being planted, the location of the planting and, perhaps most importantly, existing land uses and their linkage to social and economic circumstances. This article presents case study research into these issues in two places in County Kerry Ireland. Utilising the concept of the differentiated landscape, we examine the somewhat varying social responses to afforestation in the two study sites in light of the different environmental and social and economic circumstances in the two adjacent areas. We conclude that a more locally nuanced approach to forest planting than has been common in the past could well create greater social acceptance of future afforestation and benefits accruing from it.



UTAH STATE UNIVERSITY NEWS

Bringing together local culture and rural development: Findings from Ireland, Pennsylvania and Alaska

The developmental trajectories of communities are routinely explained by reference to economic history, human capital deficits, or the structure of local labour markets. The role of local culture in understanding community development or in interpreting empirical research has received less attention. We believe culture plays an important independent role in shaping community debate and action. Framing community as an interactional field emphasises the opportunities created when people who share interests come together to address local problems. Interaction and local culture are essential parts of community and community development. Appreciating community uniqueness and local culture helps in the interpretation of study data and clarifies development trajectories. Research from Ireland, Pennsylvania and Alaska illustrates the linkages between local culture and community development.



UTAH STATE UNIVERSITY NEWS

Where is 'community' in community based forestry?

Community-based forestry and community-based natural resource management have become increasingly common terms in both the scientific and popular press. However, as with so many other concepts currently in vogue, rarely do studies invoking them incorporate either a grounded theoretical understanding or practical inclusion of the central term: community. Community emerges through communication and interaction among people who care about each other and the place they live. In its purest form, community is marked by its multiple and often conflicting perspectives. This article draws upon recent research experience with the Ford Foundation's community-based forestry initiative to illustrate the importance of solidly framing community in order to successfully link forest ecosystem management with community well-being.



WALDORF COLLEGE NEWS

[Women's Soccer] Waldorf shoots to continue upward trend in 2017

FOREST CITY – After making strides last season, the Waldorf University women's soccer team is aiming to continue its upward trend during the 2017 campaign. 



WALDORF COLLEGE NEWS

[Men's Soccer] Warriors look to contend for conference crown this season

FOREST CITY – Seeking a second straight North Star Athletic Association (NSAA) Tournament championship match appearance, the Waldorf University men's soccer team looks to bring home the hardware this season.



SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY NEWS

Hemsley to Speak on Viral Spread of Fake News
Professor Jeff Hemsley will talk on the viral spread of fake news in a lecture held at the Skaneateles Library on Thursday, August 24.

TREVECCA NAZARENE UNIVERSITY NEWS

[Women's Soccer] Trevecca Women's Soccer 2017 Preseason Great Midwest Favorite

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – After winning the Great Midwest Athletic Conference (G-MAC) regular season title last season, the Trevecca Nazarene University women's soccer team have been chosen to defend their title.

 

The Trojans earned 123 points including five first place votes in the 2017 Great Midwest Women's Soccer Preseason Coaches Poll presented by Under Armour. 

 

Kelsey FenixWatch Video 

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Great Midwest - Read Full Preview

Preseason Training  - Watch Video

  

The Trojans will field a veteran squad of 11 seniors and first year head coach Fenix touts defense as the key to the success this season.

 

"The team has a solid foundation already," Fenix said. "On the field, we are working from the back, forward. It's really important that we have a defensive plan first and our offense will follow."

 

Fenix takes over after former head coach, Mark Foster resigned in January to take an assistant coaching position at South Alabama.

 

"It keeps hitting me, this is my first season. I'm so excited and ready to coach," Fenix said.

 

"Winning the Great Midwest tournament is the ultimate goal, but I want to use the pieces we have and get the maximum potential out of our girls."

 

The Trojans season ended last year with a 2-0 loss to Davis & Elkins in the G-MAC semifinals.

 

"We want to celebrate (the preseason ranking) but we also don't it to distract us," Fenix said. "We're focused on every day, not necessarily about winning, but taking care of what we need to do."

 

What's new?

This season, the Great Midwest has added four new schools that are eligible for competition in soccer. Lake Erie, Findlay, Walsh and Ohio Dominican join the eight returning members to make up the 12-team conference.

 

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