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December 2016



CLASS: Clinical Learning and Simulation Skills Center

By: George Washington University's SMHS

SMHS Opens the Doors on a Major Update and Expansion to its CLASS: It wasn't all that long ago that medical students, Physician Assistant students, and others training in the allied health fields relied on the nearly 1,000-page Bates' Guide to Physical Examination and History Taking to learn the crucial examining skills.


Holistic Health & Wellness: The University of Tampa and Stetson University

By: Cassidy Clevenger

The winter holidays can be especially stressful for many of us. Administrators, students, and faculty can all start to feel the pressures of outsides forces spreading us thin as the demands of the season intensify.


North Central College: A Leader in Solar PV Arrays Among Small Colleges

By: Troy D. Hammond, PhD

This past October, North Central College moved forward on yet another major renewable energy project, becoming a leader in photovoltaic arrays among small colleges.



Nova Southeastern University Opens Center for Collaborative Reseearch

By: Jeremy Katzman

Nova Southeastern University (NSU) is a dynamic research institution dedicated to providing high-quality educational programs at the undergraduate, graduate, and first-professional degree levels. For more than 50 years, NSU has been awarding degrees in a wide range of fields, while fostering groundbreaking research and an impactful commitment to community.


Long Distance Lightning Events: The Unseen Threats

By: Bob Dugan

In September of 2016, The World Meteorological Organization in Geneva confirmed that a new record lightning strike was documented in Oklahoma. After research and data analysis by experts, a lightning strike that measured 199.5 miles was confirmed, a distance that stretched much longer than any expert ever thought possible.


Safety Signs Say More Than We May Think

By: Vicky Adams

Many private colleges and universities have taken the time to write-and it should be in writing-a safety plan that instructs staff and students in what to do in case of various emergency situations. These safety plans may also incorporate Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) guidelines on the safety precautions that must be taken during on-campus construction.


LeMoyne-Owen College: Building a Campus Aesthetic

By: Rachel James Clevenger

A charter member of the AAHBCU (National Alliance of Artists from Historically Black Colleges and Universities), Phillip R. Dotson, M.F.A., has taught at LeMoyne-Owen College since 1972.



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