David B. Borofsky, interim president at Dakota State University since February, has been chosen by the South Dakota Board of Regents to become the 22nd president of the university. The board took action on the permanent appointment at a special meeting today on the Madison campus.
As part of a structural reorganization, the National Center for the Protection of the Financial Infrastructure (known on campus as the 2010 Center), is being moved under Dakota State University's College of Business and Information Systems.
Birds in Asia may need a helping hand to adapt to climate change, according to scientists.
Although section 701(j) of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 requires that employers reasonably accommodate their employees' religious practices and beliefs, many commentators acknowledge that the spirit of reasonable accommodation has not been realized because courts have drastically limited the scope of employers' duty.
This article describes principles of effective academic writing - offered not as edicts, but as guidelines - for legal scholars in particular. The overall focus is style, but the discussion begins with observations of format. These are followed by a few stylistic principles that govern clear and effective writing.
Chancellor Angela Merkel appoints mathematician Johanna Wanka as replacement
Last month, Joseph Weiler’s post on Catalonian independence and the European Union triggered a lively discussion here on EJIL!Talk (including Nico Krisch’s reply).