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Friday, July 28, 2017

Group Travels To Witness Poland's Jewish Past and Present

CMU faculty and alumna Laurnie Wilson spent eight days in Poland, thanks to Classrooms Without Borders. They met people personally affected by the course of history who then demonstrate how the events resonated.
Friday, July 21, 2017

Making Education Technology Work for Everyone

Several Simon Initiative members, including a few from the Dietrich College, presented at the 2017 Global Learning Council Summit. Topics included best practices for TEL in global cross-cultural contexts and overcoming barriers to implementing TEL in higher education.
Wednesday, July 19, 2017

Aging Power Plants Provide Trump Administration With Environmental Risks and Economic Opportunities

When it comes to the current plans to retire U.S. power plants, CMU researchers believe we are "running towards a cliff with no fence." In a recent study, they found that power plant retirement trends will complicate achieving long-term carbon dioxide (CO2) emission reduction targets and require a significant increase in capital investments.
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