Each school will announce its own specific plans in the next two weeks as to how they'll adjust their calendars and classroom settings. The release said all schools will provide at least some on-campus, in-person instruction in combination with remote learning. … [Read more...] about Maryland colleges will use mix of in-person, remote learning
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"I had an idea - you might think it's crazy," Kaiser said at one point. "There's so much that is being put online right now; you're working in a field that is amazing and in fact when you think about California, there are so many important women in California that I was wondering if it was possible to put together an interview series with three or four important California women? Something that you might show to prospective donors?" … [Read more...] about Arts groups in distress call on a former Kennedy Center president for help
“I do believe that we will see the increase in utilization of telemedicine going forward, even after COVID-19,” said Straight, the president of the Medical Society of Delaware. “It it will be used differently among specialties. In orthopedics, you’re going to see post-op checks and follow-ups on wounds through the phone.” … [Read more...] about Will the pandemic change the Delaware health care landscape?
Bisexual, an LGBTQ rights advocate and a former member of the Arizona Green Party, Sinema said in 2006 that she was the most liberal member of the Arizona State Legislature, according to HuffPost. These days, representing traditionally conservative Arizona statewide, she portrays herself as a moderate. She favors better medical coverage by improving the insurance company-friendly Affordable Care Act, for example, not by scrapping it in exchange for “Medicare for All.” … [Read more...] about Big Pharma Is Betting on This Rookie Arizona Senator
Barbara Hammond Marran, long-time Wilmette resident, recently of Winnetka, passed away Tuesday, May 12, 2020 at Evanston Hospital. She was 85. She was born Barbara Grant Hammond on June 22, 1934 to Grant and Dorothy (Bews) Hammond in New Haven, Conn. An exemplary and accomplished student at Lauralton Hall, Barbara graduated at age 16, then shocked her family by choosing the University of Maryland over the women's Catholic college she was expected to attend. That brave choice determined the course of her wonderful journey, as she met graduate student Jim Marran at Maryland's Newman Club. Jim delighted in telling how he first glimpsed Barbara leading a tour of the school library, exuding her trademark grace and leadership, and how early dates in nearby Washington, D.C. included studying at the Library of Congress and attending Dwight D. Eisenhower's inaugural parade. James and Barbara were married August 25, 1956 in New Haven. They soon followed his teaching career to Illinois, moving … [Read more...] about North Shore Death Notices: May 12 To May 18