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Celebrating sustainability at UQ

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Tiny houses, bin origami and smoothie cycles are only a few activities available at The University of Queensland’s Sustainability Week from 20 – 24 August.

UQ law students win Indigenous mooting contest

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L-R: Nick Frazer, Martin Doyle, Naomi McCarthy and Cassia Bray.

North Coast shark nets to go - now lets pull them down across NSW coast

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AMCS welcomes the NSW Government’s announcement today that it will remove nets from the NSW North Coast this summer following two net trials.

UQ graduate regenerating nature and lives

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Work to connect young people with disabilities and mental health challenges with nature has earned University of Queensland graduate Mathew Townsend a prestigious award.

MBA student wins global innovation competition

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UQ Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic) Professor Joanne Wright, U21/PwC Innovation Challenge Group A winner Humberto Jimenez Martinez, and PwC Australia Partner Kris Isles.

Donald Trump Uses Dehumanizing Language To Attack WomenBut Women Can Vote Against Trump In The Midterms

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His tweet calling Omarosa Manigault Newman a “dog” is only the latest example of one of Donald Trump’s favorite topics—his low opinion of people of color, especially Black women.

Inmarsat and Auxilium establish partnership to deliver satellite IIoT solutions to mining industry

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August 2018: Inmarsat (LSE:ISAT.L), the global mobile satellite communications provider and Auxilium, a leading Australian mining technology solutions company, have established a formal partnership to deliver the most effective Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) and communications solutions for Australian mining companies.

Jeffrey H. Kinrich, Managing Principal with Analysis Group, Inc., Speaks at TKG's Expert Witness Testimony Webinar

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Jeffrey H. Kinrich, Managing Principal with Analysis Group, Inc., Speaks at The Knowledge Group’s How to Effectively Use Expert Witness Testimony to Prove Damages in IP Litigation LIVE Webcast

Manufacturing Summit coming to Wichita

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TOPEKA – Wichita is the site of the second annual Kansas Manufacturing Summit, a forum providing those in the manufacturing sector the opportunity to network, learn about business match options, and gain insight into workforce development.

College of the Canyons Partners with AMS Fulfillment to Offer Pre-Apprenticeships

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College of the Canyons is partnering with AMS Fulfillment to offer 30 pre-apprenticeships in the logistics field—one of the fastest growing industries in Los Angeles County—to individuals who need job readiness skills to gain employment.

Interactive data explorer offers in-depth look at Californias low-wage workforce

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A new interactive data explorer from the Labor Center at UC Berkeley offers an in-depth look at the people who make up California’s low-wage workforce.

4As The Face of Talent Celebrates 45-Year Legacy of Fostering Diverse Talent for the Ad Industry, Recognizes Todays Bright Stars and Champions

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NEW YORK CITY (August 16, 2018)—Last week, the 4A’s hosted its eighth annual The Face of Talent, recognizing and celebrating a diverse group of aspiring advertising hopefuls from across the 4A’s diversity and inclusion initiatives, along with educators and agency leaders who advocate and champion diversity across the marketing communications industry.

Professor David Blair inducted into the WA Science Hall of Fame

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Leading UWA physicist Emeritus Professor David Blair who played a key role in the discovery of gravitational waves, confirming a major prediction of Albert Einstein, was last night inducted into the WA Science Hall of Fame at the Premier’s Science Awards 2018 ceremony.

Taylor Hobson Launches Form Talysurf PGI NOVUS With Metrology 4.0 Software

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LEICESTER, UK - Taylor Hobson has launched its new Form Talysurf® PGI NOVUS, powered by Metrology 4.0 software. It is the most-advanced system available for surface, contour, 3D and diameter measurement.

E-publishing workshop to discuss publishing market and impact

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ADA, Okla. – The Chickasaw Nation will host an e-publishing workshop 9 a.m.

Peace Corps Director visits Ecuador

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Peace Corps Director Jody Olsen meets with Ecuadorian President Lenin Moreno.

Berkeley top U.S. public university in new ARWU rankings

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New global rankings place UC Berkeley at the pinnacle of public universities on the U.S. and fifth overall in the world.

EPAs Incomplete Risk Evaluation Perpetuates Continued Use of Asbestos and Undermines the Ability to Establish a Much-Needed Asbestos Ban

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Sign and share the petition to the EPA to Ban Asbestos in the US Now, Without Loopholes or Exemptions.

IBM Foundation and National Center for Learning Disabilities Release Watson-Enabled Tool for Teachers

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ARMONK, N.Y., Aug. 16, 2018 / / -- Today, the IBM (NYSE: IBM) Foundation and the National Center for Learning Disabilities (NCLD) announced their collaboration on a suite of classroom resources focused on supporting teachers who work with students with learning and attention issues.

Boingo Wins Fourth Straight Best Place to Work in Los Angeles Honor

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LOS ANGELES, Aug. 16, 2018—For the fourth year in a row, (NASDAQ: WIFI) has been named one of the “Best Places to Work in Los Angeles” ranking eighth on Los Angeles Business Journal’s annual list.

Beatrice Essebe: An optimist building change

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In the face of seemingly intractable social challenges, it can be hard to believe in change. But to a frontline health worker like Beatrice Essebe, International Medical Corps’ Gender-Based Violence (GBV) Supervisor in Cameroon, change is not only possible, it is an inevitability and provides a purpose.

How Does EWG Set a Health Benchmark for Glyphosate Exposure?

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The widespread use of the herbicide and probable carcinogen glyphosate in farms across the nation has made its presence on processed foods containing oats, beans, wheat and barley nearly ubiquitous.

Custom Fabrication & Engineering Sued by EEOC For Disability Discrimination And Retaliation

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LITTLE ROCK, Ark. - Custom Fabrication & Engineering, doing business as Midwest Automation Custom Fabrication, Inc., located in Fort Smith, Ark., violated federal law when it refused to allow a long-time employee to return to work following a medical leave of absence, based on a perceived disability, the U.
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