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The Role of Ethics in Science | The Intersection | Discover Magazine

Intersection | by Joel Barkan Over the past three days, our class has shifted gears to a discussion on the role of ethics in science . Dr. Craig Callender of UCSD’s philoso. Go here to read the rest:  The Role of Ethics in Science | The Intersection | Discover Magazine ... ... Read More

Mish's Global Economic Trend Analysis: Bright Side of Falling Home …

The typical residential mortgage for an owner-occupied home gives the borrower two options: pay on time and in full, and keep paper title to the house, and full entitlements to any appreciation upon its later sale after the mortgage is … Original post: Mish's Global Economic Trend Analysis ... ... Read More

Do Teachers Need Education Degrees? « Why's Words

In a Room for Debate forum in June on the value of liberal arts master’s degrees, one group of readers — teachers and education administrators — generally agreed a higher degree was well worth the investment. They pointed out that pay … View original post here: Do Teachers Need Educa ... ... Read More

Science Idol 2009 « Medical Writing, Editing & Grantsmanship

I missed posting the Science Idol 2009 contest when you could vote for your cartoon of choice. You can still surf over and enjoy the 12 finalists and ponder the winning entry by Jesse Springer, a self-employed graphic designer living in … Here is the original post:  Science Idol 2009 « Medic ... ... Read More

Working On Deadline: Arts Journalism Summit Projects Due Today …

When we decided to plan the National Summit on Arts Journalism (October 2, 2009) at the University of Southern California’s Annenberg School for Communication, I thought we’d get about 40 projects in arts journalism. … Original post: Working On Deadline: Arts Journalism Summit Proj ... ... Read More

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Travel Plans. August 13th 2009 View original post here:  Travel Plans ... ... Read More

The Kept-Up Academic Librarian: Online Education Reaches New Market

As the job market grows softer and less nourishing than a jelly doughnut, reports show more people are returning to school to immunize their careers and feed their souls. But “school” is not necessarily the idyll of leafy campuses and. More: The Kept-Up Academic Librarian: Online Educati ... ... Read More

Animal activists torch home of Novartis chief – Short Sharp …

In the most recent attack, on Monday in the Austrian town of Bach, activists are believed to have set fire to the holiday home of the company’s chief executive officer, Daniel Vasella. A fire accelerant was found at the scene, … View post: Animal activists torch home of Novartis chief &# ... ... Read More

BBC – Will & Testament: Science and religion

Visit the Will and Testament blog to join in lively discussion of religious and ethical issues. See the rest here:  BBC – Will & Testament: Science and religion ... ... Read More

Those Crafty Arts « Global Fund for Women

What a week it’s been for the arts , especially spoken word. The mini -movement was led by two formers. First, former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin held a farewell “slam” to thumb her nose at critics. Read the rest here:  Those Crafty Arts « Global Fund for Women ... ... Read More