Morale Low at Mizzou; Many Blame Chancellor

[ad_1] Many faculty members at the University of Missouri view Chancellor Mun Choi as responsible for their low morale, according to a report released Thursday by the campus Faculty Council, The Missouri Independent reported. The report was based on a survey, to which 547 faculty responded. Respondents were asked to rank Choi in various areas, … Read more

Meet the startup: Mike Radley, Nibble

[ad_1] There’s no denying the power of influencer marketing. And businesses across all industries are cottoning on to this growing channel with a huge potential to expand their brand’s reach. This is particularly true in hospitality, where word-of-mouth recommendations are invaluable. But as a fairly new phenomenon, there are still a lot of unknowns, both … Read more

What Schools Miss When They’re Missing Relationship Data

[ad_1] Last month, a new study in Nature revealed a key predictor of economic mobility: connectedness. Specifically, researchers at Opportunity Insights found that relationships with higher-income students dramatically improved low-income students’ chances of upward mobility in adulthood, even more than traditional success metrics like school quality. The Opportunity Insights team garnered praise for the sheer … Read more

New Physics E-Book Helps High School and College Students Explore Mechanics Concepts Using Video Analysis

[ad_1] BEAVERTON, Oregon — To support high school and college physics instruction, Vernier Science Education has released Vernier Video Analysis: Conservation Laws and Forces. This new e-book, which features 12 hands-on investigations that use the award-winning Vernier Video Analysis® app, helps students explore mechanics topics beyond basic motion, such as conservation of energy and conservation of … Read more