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Look The Way You Have Imagined
Throughout the month of January log on to our Facebook page and ask Dr. Dean Fardo, one of the board-certified plastic surgeons at The Swan Center , YOUR questions. Dr. Fardo will answer in real time and you can finally get some answers to questions just like these Q: What is a Tummy Tuck? Dr. Fardo: A tummy tuck, or abdominoplasty, is a surgical operation that accomplishes several things. It removes excess fat and skin from the abdominal region and usually restores weakened…
10 Images That Will Change How You Imagine Blindness
These images reveal a whole new side of what it's like to be visually impaired.
Imagine Cup Champs Learn from some of the Industry’s Finest at Boot Camp
The 2014 Imagine Cup World champions recently traveled back to Seattle from Australia to claim part of their grand prize, an incredible boot camp that included a one-on-one mentoring session with Bill Gates. Jennifer Tang and Jarrel Seah, who make up Team Eyenaemia, won the competition with their groundbreaking app that uses a selfie to diagnose anaemia, one of the world’s most common blood disorders. In…
Teleological Behaviourism Or What It Means To Imagine A Lion
Teleological behaviourism or what it means to imagine a lion. Thought-provoking article on the concept of teleological behaviourism by Howard Rachlin, Emeritus Research Professor of Psychology, Stony Brook University.
Imagine Awards Nominations Due November 20
Nominations are due November 20th and can be made online by clicking here. You can also download a Word document on the website or contact Lindsey Davis at firstname.lastname@example.org or 812-981-4411.
5 CIOs imagine health IT in 10 years
The five most recent CIOs of the Year look into the future and imagine what healthcare IT will look like in 10 years. What they see ahead, they say, is both challenging and exciting.
A few words of advice
As we bring 2015 to a close, I want to offer this message to our students—recent, current, and future. First, we all extend congratulations ...
Integrating Technology with Learning as the Goal
Teachers will evaluate technology use in the classroom using the SAMR model, then create a lesson integrating technology.
A guide to words for moustaches
Do you know your moustache names? Explore a variety of moustaches and their origins, But first, let's look at the word moustache and its spelling.
"10 Words or Less" with Joel Makower
Fri, 01/02/2015 - 14:28 This chat with Joel was delayed 30 minutes by a technical fault, but he redeemed all with cogent, sometimes surprising tidbits. Sample: he devoted his bar mitzvah speech to Martin Luther King, in 1965 Blog categories Author and wellness innovator Michael Prager helps smart companies make investments in employee wellbeing that pay off in corporate success. Speaker, coach, and more Michael is…
How Words Affect our Brains
The human brain has evolved over six millions years. The most primitive parts of our brain operate at a deeply unconscious level, and influence a great deal more of our conscious behavior than most of us realize. As we added more complex structures to support critical thought, reasoning, language, and social behavior, our frontal lobe grew larger to accommodate a great workload. However, this part of…
How 'Words With Friends' Led To The Altar
Online dating has made the idea of meeting a complete stranger a little more palatable. But would you start dating someone you met through a casual game ...
Top 10 Worst Parenting Words
9 Obscure Words for Feelings : Alexithymia
How to tell if a president’s words are treasonous
People are of course entitled to use the word “treasonous” in the colloquial sense — but not in the constitutional sense.. Maine news, sports, politics, election results, and obituaries from the Bangor Daily News.
PHOTOS: Why They Marched, In Their Own Words
NPR photographed and spoke to attendees of Washington, D.C.'s "March For Our Lives." "I want to see policy change so that we can feel safe in our schools," one marcher said.
100 Words: The Life Of A Sibling With Disability
Giovanni Cocco has a sister named Monia, who has been disabled since birth. He says photographing her is a way to understand her.
100 Words Film Fest Final
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On Words: What Does ‘Meme’ Mean?
Lisa Russ Spaar, an accomplished poet and director of creative writing and the Area Program in Poetry Writing, tackles the word “meme” in a new, occasional UVA Today series that will highlight faculty essays on some of their favorite words.