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6-30-2015 Liberia: USAID-Eheld Honorees and Participants at Cuttington University in Bong County
– All
Agriculture scholars at the Cuttington University in Bong County have been awarded certificates of high performance in their studies.
6-29-2015 Former Peace Corps director takes on new role at RTI International
– WRAL TechWire
Aaron Williams, who left RTI International in 2009 to become director of the U.S. peace Corps then returned in 2012 as head of international development, is taking on a new role.
6-29-2015 Genome sequencing holds tremendous promise for infants, but issues abound
– The Kansas City Star
Kira Walker was born with a condition that stumped her doctors.
6-18-2015 Study finds majority of adolescents receiving treatment for depression find it helpful
– Psychiatric News
An estimated 5 to 10% of U.S. youth aged 12 to 17 experience a major depressive episode each year. A study published Monday in Psychiatric Services suggests that while the majority of these adolescents do not receive treatment for their depression, when they do, many rate the treatment favorably.
6-16-2015 How did the Post-Kaiser survey find 1 in 5 college women were sexually assaulted?
– The Washington Post
On Friday, The Washington Post reported that 20 percent of women who attended college since 2011 said they had been sexually assaulted, based on a national Washington Post-Kaiser Family Foundation poll of current and recent college students.
6-13-2015 Post-Kaiser poll: 1 in 5 women say they were violated
– Chicago Tribune
6-12-2015 The changing Carolina coast: Camp Lejeune and climate change
“The DCERP research is really important to the military, not only to Camp Lejeune but to other installations in these coastal areas as they want to understand how to sustain the use of the installation lands for military training into the future,” says Pat Cunningham with RTI International and the principal investigator.
6-12-2015 1 in 5 College women say they were violated
– The Washington Post
Twenty percent of young women who attended college during the past four years say they were sexually assaulted, according to a Washington Post-Kaiser Family Foundation poll.
6-12-2015 Poll shows 20 percent of college women were sexually assaulted
– The Boston Globe
Twenty percent of young women who attended college during the past four years say they were sexually assaulted, according to a Washington Post-Kaiser Family Foundation poll.
6-12-2015 College rape prevention program is a success among first-year students
– USA Today
Studies show that young women attending college, especially freshmen, are at a high risk for rape.
6-12-2015 How was sexual assault measured?
– The Washington Post
A Washington Post/Kaiser Family Foundation survey found that 20 percent of current and recent female college students living on or near campus report being sexually assaulted while attending school.
6-10-2015 Top U.S. Children’s Hospitals Ranked
– WebMD
Boston Children's Hospital is No. 1 in the United States, according to U.S. News & World Report's latest annual rankings of the best pediatric hospitals. It ranks in the top 5% for all 10 specialties rated.
6-9-2015 Best Children's Hospitals 2015-16: Honor Roll and Overview
– US News & World Report
The annual U.S. News Best Children's Hospitals rankings are a guide to hospitals that excel in treating the sickest children.
6-9-2015 New RTI project targets LED-based color tunable lighting for schools
– WRAL Tech Wire
RTI International is aiming to develop less expensive lighting for schools that also will be "color tunable" under a federal grant project announced Monday.
6-9-2015 U.S. News & World Report announces the 2015-2016 Best Children's Hospitals
U.S. News & World Report, publisher of Best Hospitals, today released the 2015-16 Best Children's Hospitals.
6-9-2015 Misinformation
– Inside Higher Ed
How accurate is your information? In today's Academic Minute, Brian Southwell of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill explores the spread of information, and often, just how wrong it can be.
6-8-2015 Harmful or harmless? New studies light up debate on e-cigarettes
– North Carolina Health News
Even as more people use e-cigarettes, questions arise about their safety and whether they actually do help smokers kick the habit.
6-4-2015 Only Human: Top ways to better secure the organic side of cybersecurity vulnerabilities
In an era of heightened cyber threats, companies know they have to secure systems, and employees should know to be careful with whatever comes into, and goes out of, their inbox.
6-3-2015 Reinventing the toilet
It’s time to talk toilet, because there are plenty of clever and colorful words for what we all do in the bathroom.
6-3-2015 ASSIST teams with RTI International
Situated as a leader in the Research Triangle Park, RTI International has increasingly become a conductor of scientific discovery, growing from a few scientists at inception to over 3,800 in more than 75 different countries.