New Internationally-situated MFA in Dance

Internationally-situated MFA in Dance Year, Low Residency, and Flex Cohorts Summer 2019: Residencies in Paris and Montpellier, France Application Deadline: January 14, 2019 University of the Arts, Philadelphia MFA in Dance The University of the Arts in Philadelphia has launched a new Master of Fine Arts (M.F.A.) program in Dance that extends the context of learning from the studio, theater and classroom to the international festival environment as a space for learning. Each summer the program de...
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Gift of service, sweetness, peace

New writing from 2009, about making magic for children, by a mom named Alice D. Second item. new links on the Deb Lewis page, at the bottom of the lefthand column: Carter, two things:Poem about washing dishes, and brief video of a rhythmic discovery: a page with links to other things by Zann: photo (a link) by Rose Sorooshian [Author: Sandra Dodd]
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Should You Be Friends with Benefits? The Pros and Cons

Mila Kunis and Justin Timberlake make it look easy!We’ve all seen the movie. It seems idyllic. Boy and girl start off as friends. Slowly, they move their strictly platonic movie nights into the bedroom. This seems to be going well, at least at first. However, things start to sour sometime around the third act. Suddenly, this once happy arrangement starts to get... complicated. But not to worry, by the end of the movie, the once-friends end up together and everything ends up with rainbows and but...
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8 tips to land the residency of your dreams

After countless hours of hard work and three demanding years of medical school, it’s now time to face the spotlight! If your interview invites have started rolling in and you are feeling intimidated by the thought, follow these tips to land your first choice of clinical residency. 1. Be prompt with your responses to interview invites  […] Find jobs at Careers by Search thousands of physician, PA, NP, and CRNA jobs now. Learn more.
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Most Teachers Running for Office Lost on Tuesday. Here’s Why Educators Are Celebrating the 2018 Midterms Anyway

“We don’t have a magic wand, and things don’t change in a minute"
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What does a Good College Planner do?

The College Planning Group Blog Post   Nov 2018What does a Good College Planner do?Below is a synopsis of what a college planner can do for students and families.A good College Planner will make the college search and application process flow much smoother.  Based on feedback from our clients, you also may find that planning for college will be very helpful and maybe even enjoyable.To properly plan for college, we help families follow the guidelines listed below:1) Career and Education PlanningC...
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How to Handle a Breakup in a Healthy Way (It's Possible!)

Breakups are the worst. Here's how to make them suck a little less.Breakups. They're never easy but we all go through them. But how do we do so in the healthiest possible way? Sometimes our first reaction is to get angry or maybe get into a deep depressive state. However, there are ways to use a breakup to your advantage and manage it well. Just follow the these simple steps to deal with your breakup in a healthy manner. 1. Contact Purge The first thing you should do after a breakup is to purg...
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My Early Morning Sisterhood at (in)courage

My family’s late summer and early fall schedule combines one of my favorite things — watching my kids run — with one of my least favorite things — early mornings. I’m a night owl by nature. My name is one of the great ironies of my life; it’s a time of day I rarely see by choice. These months of 8:00 a.m. practices on our county’s greenway and Saturday meets when we leave home in the dark hours of pre-dawn, however, are made not only bearable but enjoyable by the company of the other runners’ m...
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LinkedIn Learning now includes 3rd party content and Q&A interactive features

LinkedIn, the Microsoft-owned social network for the working world with some 580 million users, took a big step into professional development and education when it acquired for $1.5 billion and used it as the anchor for LinkedIn Learning. Now, with 13,000 courses on the platform, LinkedIn is announcing two new developments to get more people using the service. It will now offer videos, tutorials and courses from third parties such as Treehouse and the publishing division of Harvard ...
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How to Dress for a Court Hearing

Court hearings can be intimidating but dressing up for one doesn’t have to be. Here's a post on something you might never think about dressing for (and hopefully you'll never need to). It's one of those tricky fashion scenarios where the stakes are high if you get it wrong... so you really don't want to get it wrong.Court hearings are very important to take seriously, whether you’re going to give moral support for someone or if it’s for yourself. Regardless of why you are at a court hearing, it...
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Wind and Solar Power Forecasting Innovation

Natural Power sponsor PhD in Power Forecasting Leading renewable energy and infrastructure consultancy, Natural Power, is to collaborate with the University of Strathclyde and The Data Lab to jointly sponsor Rosemary Tawn for a PhD in Short-Term Wind and Solar Read more… The post Wind and Solar Power Forecasting Innovation appeared first on TechRecur: Latest Telecom Media & Technology News, Trends, Analysis, Press Releases.
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A Space of Their Own, a New Online Database, Will Feature Works by 600+ Overlooked Female Artists from the 15th-19th Centuries

Many of the works we found—well, nobody knew they were there. Nobody knew anything about the artists. … They weren’t important, but rather beholden to their fathers, mothers, and husbands. They had no voice.    - Jane Fortune, Founder of Advancing Women Artists (AWA) The paintings, drawings, prints, and sculptures the late Jane Fortune refers to above were discovered in museum storage spaces throughout Florence. Many of their female creators were acclaimed during their lifetimes. By th...
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Download Digitized Copies of The Negro Travelers’ Green Book, the Pre-Civil Rights Guide to Traveling Safely in the U.S. (1936-66)

As an American living outside America, I'm often asked how best to see my homeland by people wanting to visit it. I always suggest the same method: road-tripping, preferably across the entire continent — a way of experiencing the U.S. of A guaranteed to at once to confirm and shatter the visitor's pre-existing perceptions of the country. But even under the best possible conditions, such road trips have their arduous stretches and even their dangers, a fact understood by nobody better than by th...
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Scotland is first country to approve LGBTI school lessons

Equality campaigners hail new inclusive curriculum as ‘monumental victory’Scotland will become the first country in the world to embed the teaching of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex rights in the school curriculum, in what campaigners have described as a historic moment.State schools will be required to teach pupils about the history of LGBTI equalities and movements, as well as tackling homophobia and transphobia and exploring LGBTI identity, after ministers accepted in full t...
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