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Study to Examine What Makes Kids Thrive Or Struggle

“What we want to understand is what makes the difference in kids’ lives,” says Michael Ungar,

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Political Claims Get a Reality Check in “Policy and Evidence in a Partisan Age”

No matter where you get your news, politicians’ and pundits’ hyperbolic claims about public policy are

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Studying the Suburbs

With over half the Canadian population now living in the suburbs, Dalhousie University Architecture and Planning

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Rural HIV: Surprising Stats, Stigma & Sexual Behavior

Headed up the highway on a 60-mile roundtrip from his home in a small Vermont town,

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Campus Receives Gift of Huge Soaring Seahawk Sculpture: 20-foot Wingspan

A huge Soaring Seahawk sculpture was installed today, Thursday, May 21, 2009, on the campus of

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Nation’s Report Card Shows Blacks Excelling in Education

WASHINGTON (NNPA) – A report that measures the academic achievement of elementary and secondary students in

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Black Buying Power

WASHINGTON (NNPA) – Despite an economy represented by high unemployment rates, a home foreclosure crisis and

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Saffo to Be Honored as Citizen of the Year

Cape Fear Area Resource Centers will present its first annual “Citizen of the Year” award during

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Psyched Out by Stereotypes: Research Suggests Thinking About the Positive

In a new study, cognitive scientists have shown that when aware of both a negative and

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“Race Overwhelms Everything:” PhD Grad Studies Impact of Black Sororities

Rosiline Floyd knows about overcoming challenges in her life, and she learned about other women doing

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Teach Your Children Well: Focused, Happier Kids Grow Up to be Healthier Adults

Children who can stay focused and don’t sweat the small stuff have a better shot at

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Finding a Stereotype That Is True: Mexicans More Sociable than Americans

Stereotypes often paint a partial or false picture of an individual or group. But now researchers

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