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  • Getty gets NEH grant to organize huge contemporary art archive

     
    The Getty Research Institute has received a $230,000 National Endowment for the Humanities grant to help it organize a huge archive on modern and contemporary art that it acquired last summer. The NEH announced $17 million in grants, including $1.4...
  • FCAT writing: Students will have 1 hour instead of 45 minutes to write essays

     
    Students taking the FCAT writing exam next year will have an hour to write their essays instead of the usual 45 minutes, Education Commissioner Gerard Robinson has decided. The 15-minute increase was recommended by an FCAT writing advisory panel after...
  • Four individual Academic All-Americans help Lehigh to No. 9 in nation

     
    Lehigh University’s wrestling team ranked ninth in the nation in the National Wrestling Coaches Association All-Academic Top 30, which was released today. Lehigh’s team averaged a 3.1784 grade point average, ust behind No. 8 Brown’s 3....
  • UW surgical robots provide open-source platform for medical research

    UW surgical robots provide open-source platform for medical research
    Inside the Biorobotics Laboratory at the University of Washington live seven ravens. They each have two winglike arms and tiny claws, but unlike other ravens, these are highly sophisticated robots that have the ability to perform surgery on a simulated...
  • Titanoboa slithers onto Smithsonian Channel

    Titanoboa slithers onto Smithsonian Channel
    "Titanoboa: Monster Snake" sounds like the title of a new Saturday creature feature on Syfy network. Forget Mega Python, Titanoboa was a living, breathing giant snake and it's coming to Smithsonian Channel April 1. The remains of the largest snake to...
  • Crisis Management: Graham Spanier grew up poor and abused

    Crisis Management: Graham Spanier grew up poor and abused
    As Penn State University president, Graham Spanier would spend move-in weekend bunking in the freshman dorms, and last year he met the fate of every student who arrives a little too late: the dreaded top bunk. "As a resident of a top bunk, I can report...
  • Liberty's Gill energized by challenge

    New Liberty University football coach Turner Gill already sees benefits in his position that didn’t exist at his three previous coaching jobs, including his alma mater, the University of Nebraska. “One thing that’s stood out to me in my...
  • Briefs: 'Eaters in London

    The UC Irvine contingent at the Olympic Games in London includes Amber Neben, a women's road cyclist who earned a master's degree from UCI. Neben attended Orange Lutheran High and competed in track and field at the University of Nebraska, where she was...
  • Finding a multi-faceted future in journalism

    Finding a multi-faceted future in journalism
    Journalism is in the midst of a major transformation, writes Sue Burzynski Bullard, who visited the Chicago Tribune on a fellowship sponsored by the Scripps Howard Foundation and the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communications....
  • Natalie Tysdal

    Natalie Tysdal
    Natalie Tysdal anchors the news and talk show "Everyday" which airs at 10:00 a.m. on FOX31 Denver. Prior to that, Natalie anchored the Emmy-award winning News2 This Morning. Since joining KWGN in 2002, the show was continually named Colorado's #1 local...