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Children Learn About Multicultural Music With Brad Peterson At The C.H. Booth Library | Features - The Newtown Bee

"As children ages 6 to 9 gathered in the C.H. Booth Library’s Meeting Room on July 9, music teacher Brad Peterson set up more than […]

Belize Music Agency offering free music classes | LoveFM

Johnelle McKenzie, Author at LoveFM notes, The participants in the next story won’t be carrying 2 knapsacks but they will have instruments.  James Sanker, Belize […]

Select group studying with Manchester Music Festival | The Manchester Journal

Hundreds of applicants. Four continents and at least 14 countries' worth of performances. Thousands and thousands of hours of practice, continues The Manchester Journal. Music […]

Want to change the world? Pursue research in the humanities… | University - Study International News

“The calling of the humanities is to make us truly human in the best sense of the word.” – J. Irwin Miller "From age-old sketches […]

Op-Ed: How Africa can embrace an artificial intelligence enabled future | CNBCAfrica.com

"Currently, no African country is among the top 10 countries expected to benefit most from AI and automation. But, the continent has the potential to […]

How 'big-picture thinking' and IB study go hand in glove | Education - The Sydney Morning Herald

"The International Baccalaureate alternative in high school is growing" summarizes Fran Molloy, Journalist.   IB students, from left, Alexandra Doubleday, Kate Addison and Sophia Kennaugh […]

The 10 Highest Paid Degrees | Business - Perfectly Plain

"While a bachelor’s degree isn’t the only avenue to obtain a job that gives us financial independence, it is a path that many teenagers and […]

DC126 - Actuarial Mathematics - DCU | CareersPortal

Actuarial Mathematics involves applying the science of chance - probability - to complicated problems encountered every day in insurance and high finance. It is a […]

MTSU renews academic partnership with Ningbo University in China | Daily News Journal

"Middle Tennessee State University renewed Friday an academic partnership that allows actuarial science students enrolled at a Chinese university to finish their classwork and earn […]

Taking Risks in Your Teaching | Faculty Development - Faculty Focus

Reprinted from The Teaching Professor, 28.3 (2014): 7. © Magna Publications. All rights reserved. Maryellen Weimer, PhD, Author at Faculty Focus reports, "Often in workshops […]

The Peculiar Math That Could Underlie the Laws of Nature | Mathematics - Quanta Magazine

"New findings are fueling an old suspicion that fundamental particles and forces spring from strange eight-part numbers called “octonions.”" argues Natalie Wolchover, senior writer and […]

Dorothea Rockburne: Painting by the Numbers | Discoveries - Robb Report

An exhibition at Dia:Beacon showcases the pioneering artist’s mathematically grounded work, as Robb Report reports. Dorothea Rockburne; installation view.  Photo: Dorothea Rockburne/Artists Rights Society (ARS), […]

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