DSU professors Thomas Jones, associate professor of art, and Bradley Hesser, assistant professor of computer graphics, are currently exhibiting their photography in the Brookings Arts Council's 33rd Annual Open Photography Exhibition. The show opened Jan. 9th, and runs through Jan. 25th.
Recently, the Brookings Arts Council announced the winners of the 2013 Photography Exhibit. Dakota State University associate professor of art, Thomas Jones, won 2nd place in the black and white category with his photo, "Taxi."
TOWARD A STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIP FOR THE 21ST CENTURY
Whopper of a tab for meager findings
The Global Trust Research Project at Tel Aviv University Faculty of Law invites applications for three types of fellowships: post-doctoral, doctoral and short-term visiting fellowships.
The long-awaited labor market recovery remained as distant as ever in January.
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Many societies, and nearly all wealthy, developed countries, provide universal access to a broad range of public health and personal medical services. Is such access to health care a requirement of social justice, or is it simply a matter of social policy that some countries adopt and others do not?
Age-related macular degeneration (AMD) is the leading cause of registered blindness among the elderly and affects over 30 million people worldwide. It is well established that oxidative stress, inflammation, and apoptosis play critical roles in pathogenesis of AMD. In advanced wet AMD, although, most of the severe vision loss is...
This unit concentrates on Acts 1 and 2 of John Webster’s Renaissance tragedy, The Duchess of Malfi. It focuses on the representation of marriage for love and the social conflicts to which it gives rise. The unit is designed to hone your skills of textual analysis.