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University of Minnesota Regents will be asked to OK long-term loans for athletics department

University of Minnesota Regents will be asked to OK long-term loans for athletics department

The University of Minnesota athletics department plans to borrow a “significant amount” of money to help offset financial losses during the novel coronavirus pandemic. The plan requires approval of the Board of Regents, who will be asked to approve the plan during a teleconference meeting 

Civil Engineering Research Facility to Be Named for Alumnus

Civil Engineering Research Facility to Be Named for Alumnus

 A new civil engineering research center in the Arkansas Research and Technology Park will be named for alumnus Grady E. Harvell in honor of his support of the project. The 37,400-square-foot facility in the Arkansas Research and Technology Park will be named the Grady E. 

Penn COVID-19 Community Archiving Project

Penn COVID-19 Community Archiving Project

A Univeristy of Pennsylvania research medicine laboratory circa 1920. Photo courtesy of University Archives and Records Center. The Penn COVID-19 Community Archiving Project seeks to document the experiences of the University of Pennsylvania community of faculty, students, administrators, staff, researchers, alumni, and others during the 

University of Houston McGovern College of the Arts Installs Integrated Viral Protection Biodefense Indoor Air Protection System™

University of Houston McGovern College of the Arts Installs Integrated Viral Protection Biodefense Indoor Air Protection System™

HOUSTON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–TheUniversity of Houston Kathrine G. McGovern College of the Arts has strategically partnered with Integrated Viral Protection (IVP) to re-open the Moores Opera House safely during the COVID-19 pandemic: the Moores Opera House on the University of Houston campus became the first performance venue in the nation to be 

UW’s Sivanpillai Selected as Fellow of National Remote Sensing Organization

UW’s Sivanpillai Selected as Fellow of National Remote Sensing Organization

Ramesh Sivanpillai, a remote-sensing scientist with the Wyoming Geographic Information Science Center (WyGISC) at the University of Wyoming, has been named a fellow of the American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (ASPRS). The fellowship is the second-highest honor ASPRS bestows on any individual. It 

University of West Georgia student’s dog awarded honorary degree

University of West Georgia student’s dog awarded honorary degree

The University of West Georgia on Saturdayconferred about 1,250 bachelor’s, graduate and one honorary “bark-chelor” degree for a pooch named Mona. Mona, the canine companion of nursing student Maggie Leptrone, was honored by university administrators for being alongside the student in classes and labs, serving