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February 2017

 

FEATURES

How to Compare Grow Lights

By: Josh Gerovac

Comparing various horticulture lighting systems can be a very difficult task. This is especially true due to the amount of exaggerated marketing claims, misleading information, and blatantly wrong metrics that are common in the horticulture lighting industry. Hence, we decided to publish a quick guide to help you compare the various lighting solutions on the market.

 

Champlain College Emergent Media Center: A Multi-Program Center of Excellence

By: Champlain College

The Emergent Media Center (EMC) at Champlain College is an award-winning hotbed of digital innovation specializing in the design and production of electronic games, mobile apps, and other interactive experiences.

 

Creating in a Vibrant Space: Jones Media Center at Dartmouth College

By: Cassidy Clevenger

Students and young professionals consume social and entertainment media in immense doses and at a constant rate. Many colleges, like Dartmouth College, are capitalizing on the strengths and interests of their students by incorporating media into their daily lives at an academic level, tapping into both their fascination with digital culture and their rapidly evolving media skills.

 

COLUMNS

Justice and Human Rights at Eckerd College

By: Rachel James Clevenger

Recognized by the Carnegie Foundation as 2006 Florida Professor of the Year, Professor of Political Science Dr. William Felice teaches courses in international organization, human rights, political economy, and international law at Eckerd College.

 

Global Concerns on Climate Change

By: Alvin Powell

Recently, Harvard experts gathered to discuss the urgency and complexity of a growing problem.

 

Merits of Installing Carpet or Hard-Surface Flooring

By: Ron Segura

Many administrators of private universities may be unaware that the carpet-manufacturing industry took a major hit forty years ago when school administrators in Sweden decided, incorrectly, that because carpet collects dust and debris within its fibers, it can cause respiratory problems and should be removed from all schools. As a result, hardsurface floors such as a vinyl composite tile (VCT) were installed.

 

 

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