Arjun Venkatesh to lead emergency medicine at Yale University

Effective March 1, 2023, Venkatesh will head the emergency medicine programs at Yale University School of Medicine and Yale New Haven Hospital, with a clear focus on promoting an accessible, inclusive work environment and patient experience. Alexandra Martinez Garcia 12:01 a.m. Jan 31, 2023 Correspondent contribution Marisa Brier Effective March 1, 2023, MED ’14 Arjun … Read more

The University of Utah launches Center for FinTech and Student Entrepreneurship

University of Utah President Taylor Randall and Stena Foundation founder Steve Smith speaks about the new financial technology Stena Center, at Rice-Eccles Stadium in Salt Lake City on Monday. The new donor initiative aims to enhance the student entrepreneurial experience and Utah’s reputation in the financial technology space. (Scott G. Winterton, Deseret News) Estimated reading … Read more

rings | Artificial Intelligence at Cornell University: Potential and Pitfalls

In today’s fast-paced world, technology is constantly evolving, and one of the most exciting developments is the emergence of Chat AI. As a college student, it is essential to understand the benefits Chat AI can bring to your education and future career. In this article, I will discuss why Chat AI is such a valuable … Read more

A special end to Sanders’ reserved, hard-working career

Peter Burnett FCS National Champion with South Dakota State Jan. 8 Former Glenwood Ram Caleb Sanders is the epitome of a quiet, reserved, hard-working captain. From an early age, Sanders was influenced by the way he responded to his father’s death when he was seven years old. Always competing with his older brothers — Cody, … Read more

TCU’s School of Medicine partners with Mary Hardin-Baylor University for its dual degree program

Starting in January, medical students at UCLA’s Burnett School of Medicine can earn a second degree: a master’s in public health. Dual Option is the product of a new partnership between the College of Medicine and University of Mary Hardin Baylor, a private Christian university between Waco and Austin. The show reflects a growing trend … Read more

University of Washington students flip the story of immigration in a new picture book

Returning home can mean different things to different family members—even mom and baby. In a new picture book called “This Is Not My Home,” a girl protests loudly and often when her mother tells her that they are moving from the United States to Taiwan to take care of the girl’s elderly grandmother. The girl, … Read more

CLE groups are working together to develop cameras that use artificial intelligence to slow down illegal dumping

CLEVELAND — Illegal dumping is off to a fast start in Cleveland in 2023, and so is the city in its effort to combat the perennial problem by developing monitoring systems using artificial intelligence. The city has teamed up with Cleveland State University and Case Western Reserve University through the Internet of Things, or IOT … Read more

UT Tyler receives a $1.3 million grant to support student mental health programs across the district’s school districts | local news

The University of Texas at Tyler has received more than $1.3 million from the US Department of Education’s Mental Health Services Professionals Demonstration Program to help support the mental health needs of students in East Texas School District. The program was recently approved by US Senator John Cornyn’s Safer Communities Act (R-TX), which was signed … Read more

Metro Community College launches Smartphone Repair Academy

The Nebraska Urban League plans to expand its School and Youth Action programs with the largest single donation in its 90-year history, $2.9 million from philanthropist and author Mackenzie Scott. Jason DeWater was looking to expand his iFixOmaha electronics repair business outside of the Omaha metro area. But he did not have a staff of … Read more

Physicists break the record for firing lasers in their university lane: ScienceAlert

Physicists have just set a new record by confining a self-focusing laser pulse to a cage of air, along a 45-meter (148-foot) long university corridor. With previous results well below a metre, this latest experiment led by physicist Howard Melchberg of the University of Maryland (UMD) breaks new ground for trapping light in channels known … Read more