Rigid, zero-tolerance policies to prevent sexting that do not allow for discretion and the ability to address sexting in the context of the situation are ineffective strategies for dealing with this troubling trend, according to a University of New Hampshire professor who studies legal issues in education.
Americans' knowledge of facts about the polar regions of the globe has increased since 2006, but this increase in knowledge has not translated into more concern about changing polar environments, according to new research from the Carsey Institute at the University of New Hampshire.
Researchers from the University of New Hampshire have found that many African farmers inaccurately perceive changes in climate and rainfall when compared with scientific data, highlighting the need for better climate information to assist them to improve farming practices.
Simply put, Deborah Kinghorn's job is to coax her students into talking the talk and walking the walk—with feeling, from within, naturally.
Have you read Jennifer Egan's "A Visit from the Goon Squad?" asks Clark Knowles spiritedly as we settle down to talk. "It is awesome—the best book. Her first book blew me away and I was worried because how often does that lightning strike twice? But it did."