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Stefanie Botelho

Jennifer Schwartz, medical director with Wellesley College Health Services, works with support staff at the Newton-Wellesley Hospital clinic.
Lisa Janicke Hinchliffe, University Library, University of Illinois
Photo by Jeremiah Lawrence on Unsplash
A PREMIERE PAUSE—Director and Wheaton alumna Linda Midgett, University of Virginia professor Larycia Hawkins and John D. Loeks, owner Celebration Cinemas, pose at the Michigan premiere of the film in 2018. It’s being released in theaters this February.
PUPPY POWER—Students enjoyed end-of-the-semester activities at the Silverman Library as part of the University of Buffalo Libraries' Stress Relief Days in December 2019. The offerings included therapy dogs, pingpong, and aromatherapy bracelets.
Wi-Fi 6 is able to improve communication between routers and devices—keeping connections strong even as more devices and types of devices are connected.
Nourish, an allergen-friendly kitchen at Carnegie Mellon U,, ensures that students with "top 8" allergies can safely enjoy a variety of items that are prepared and sealed in a dedicated kitchen by staff with special training on cross-contact prevention.
In this era of shared services, it may be worth the effort to collaborate with another college or university on choosing, implementing and managing a shared LMS.
Hear me now—The Furculo Hall project at UMass Amherst required transforming a gym space with high ceilings into classrooms. Acoustic panel ceilings and upper wall sound-absorbing treatments achieved the look and results sought by the program team. Architect: Perkins + Will Photo: @Anton Grassl
University of Central Florida’s C. Keith Harrison (left) stands alongside adjunct professor Reggie Saunders, who is also Jordan Brand’s senior director of entertainment marketing. Harrison had just presented a previous iteration of UCF’s “Business of Hip-Hop Innovation and Entrepreneurship” class, one of the most interesting college classes. The new version of the pop culture course will begin this fall with undergrad and postgrad sections.
Naomi Mburu, a Class of 2018 Meyerhoff scholar, MARC U*STAR scholar and now a Rhodes scholar, works on her chemical engineering research project. Mburu was part of the UMBC's program that fosters success among underrepresented minorities in STEM.
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Jann Luciana Joseph (pictured) is replacing Mary Beth Walker, who has served as interim president of Georgia Gwinnett College, part of the University System of Georgia.