Three Florida Poly professors among World's Top 2% of Scientists

Dr. Ajeet Kaushik (left), Dr. Hisham Mahmood, and Dr. Patrick Zhang were named to a global list of top scientists. The Florida Polytechnic University professors gained recognition for successes in publishing research papers that are widely cited in academia.

LAKELAND, Fla, Dec. 7, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- With research interests in nanomedicine, energy systems, and rare earth element recovery, three Florida Polytechnic University professors have been named to the prestigious global list of top scientists compiled annually by Stanford University.

The latest donation of $320,000 from Always gives 1,500 girls access to YMCA sports programs to #KeepHerPlaying

Always Partners with YMCA to Create Sports Grants for Girls During Puberty

December 06, 2021 CINCINNATI--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Always has teamed up with the YMCA to create the Always Sports Grant, a new fund providing 1,500 girls access to sports programs in ten states across the country. Sports are a critical way for girls to gain confidence and life-skills that help them later in life. With nearly one in two girls dropping out of sports at puberty, the grants will further Always’ mission to #KeepHerPlaying.

World University of Design bags the prestigious IndiGlobal Innovative Leadership Award by Telangana Education Department and IGEF

World University of Design (WUD), Sonipat, Haryana won the prestigious IndiGlobal Innovative Leadership Award for "most visionary contribution in establishing design as a mainstream field of study and career choice in India" by the Telangana Education Department and IndiGlobal Education Festival (IGEF) Committee.

Hyderabad, 4 December 2021: The World University of Design also has been selected as an Outstanding Institution of India for imparting education in creativity.

WWE® Launches NIL Program: Next in Line™

New Program to Provide Clear Pathway from Collegiate Athletics to WWE

December 02, 2021: STAMFORD, Conn.--()--WWE (NYSE: WWE) today announced the launch of a groundbreaking NIL (Name, Image & Likeness) program that will provide a clear pathway from collegiate athletics to WWE.

Miss America Organization to Award $100,000 to New Miss America Winner

This year’s Miss America gets $50,000 Scholarship RAISE with Donation by Ryan and Miss America 1996 Shawntel Smith Wuerch. Gift to Mother, Karen Smith


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Pragyata guidelines on digital education for schools

India, Dec, 1, 2021: Keeping in view the availability of digital infrastructure PRAGYATA Guidelines on Digital Education had been issued to all State governments as well as Schools directly under Central Government as advice. The guidelines brief on various modes of digital education including online mode that depends more on availability of internet, partially online mode that utilizes the blended approach of digital technology and other offline activities, and offline mode that utilizes television and radio as a major medium of instruction of education.

Reclaim Your Health Take charge of risk factors affecting your heart health

MISSION, Kan., Nov. 29, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- (Family Features) Cholesterol – a waxy substance created by the liver or consumed from meat, poultry and dairy products – isn't inherently "bad" for you. In fact, your body needs it to build cells and make vitamins and other hormones. However, too much "bad" LDL cholesterol, or not enough "good" HDL cholesterol, can pose problems.

Oakridge Bachupally students make an important impact on World Children's Day

Hyderabad, November 27, 2021: This World Children’s Day, students at Oakridge International School, Bachupally, along with more than 68,000 students from 31 countries across the Nord Anglia family, came together to spread awareness about Children's Rights. On this occasion, these students took the opportunity to celebrate the whole month with various innovative initiatives to ensure that their voices are heard.