November
28,
2020
| 09:02 AM America/New_York
Here are four tips that can help students deal better with the root causes of procrastination when it comes to online coursework.
October
23,
2020
| 10:31 AM America/New_York
What really stands out when one looks back to the 1968 election and compares it with this year’s are the differences, not the similarities.
October
08,
2020
| 10:23 AM America/New_York
For years, scientists have watched as glaciers around the world retreat. But our research has found that the glaciers along the edge of Greenland have retreated so much that they no longer keep the ice sheet that feeds them in
October
03,
2020
| 10:48 AM America/New_York
With more students having their own school-issued tablet or laptop because of the pandemic, digital educational resources are likely to remain indispensable for modern K-12 classrooms even once life gets back to normal.
September
26,
2020
| 16:05 PM America/New_York
With Election Day just weeks away, many voters on both sides of the aisle are already strongly committed to one candidate and unlikely to change their minds, so campaigns are focused on winning over and turning out traditionally nonvoting
September
14,
2020
| 10:53 AM America/New_York
Building public trust in immunizations requires more than a pledge from vaccine manufacturers, an Ohio State expert says. It will take action by Congress to create a "coronavirus social safety net."
September
12,
2020
| 11:21 AM America/New_York
Although the first records of brides garbed in white reach far back into the annals of history, it only became standard fashion over the last 80 years.
September
11,
2020
| 14:14 PM America/New_York
Over four years of college, students develop positive attitudes for political liberals but not conservatives, research suggests.
September
09,
2020
| 14:28 PM America/New_York
The COVID-19 pandemic has revealed glaring deficiencies in the U.S. manufacturing sector’s ability to provide necessary products – especially amidst a crisis.
September
04,
2020
| 07:59 AM America/New_York
In this interview, Lonnie Thompson and Ellen Mosley-Thompson explain how ice cores preserve evidence of rare but impactful changes in Earth’s history often called “black swan” events, as well as smaller environmental changes and why it is necessary
August
18,
2020
| 13:48 PM America/New_York
As a new school year gets underway, here are tips that teachers and families can follow to curb the problems with remote learning due to COVID-19.