The federal Office of Management and Budget (OMB) has made a major change to the underlying guidance by which university recipients of federal awards have operated for decades.
President Eli Capilouto and representatives from the UK Center for Research on Violence Against Women unveiled preliminary results from the Campus Attitudes Toward Safety survey, or CATS. UK officials believe the university is among the first in the country to undertake a mandatory, campus-wide survey regarding sexual assault and campus climate.
The American Veterinary Epidemiology Society (AVES) recently awarded an honorary diploma to Jacqueline Smith for her cutting-edge work in veterinary diagnostics. Smith has revolutionized the way the laboratory uses large volumes of diagnostic testing data to delineate current animal health trends.
In her first book, medical anthropologist and behavioral researcher Claire Snell-Rood describes four types of relationships women residing in India's slum communities use to promote their own wellness, despite their inherent vulnerabilities.