Cue spaceship… it’s Devil’s Tower! Terror is laying awake in a tent the middle of the night in a South Dakota summer thunderstorm, listening to the tree limbs crack in the distance and waiting for the “half-dollar – do they still make half dollars? – sized hail” that the weather radio promises to arrive. Luckily, [...]
Ocean waves are one of the most powerful natural forces on our planet. Dense with energy, they pack a lot of punch and travel enormous distances across our oceans. What’s more, they’re very reliable - it is very easy to predict which way a wave will move. It’s for these reasons that waves are being touted […]
Hey, this is a really good question! There definitely is an overlap between the two disciplines in the field of health law — so looking at the regulation of the health industry, representing patients/providers, and developing health policy. UCLA offers a law/public health concurrent degree and UC San Diego offers a Health Law degree.
It may be worth reaching out to these programs (or the faculty who teach there) and seeing if they can tell you more about what you could do at the
In their first-year microbiology lectures. our students hear about Helicobacter pylori, the bacterium associated with the development of gastric ulcers (a discovery that eventually saw Barry Marshall and Robin Warren receive the 2005 Nobel Prize for Physology or Medicine)....
A Democratic senator from Montana, John Walsh, is the latest high-profile politician to face plagiarism charges. The New York Times reports: …one of the highest-profile credentials of Mr. Walsh’s 33-year military career appears to have been improperly attained. An examination of the final paper required for Mr. Walsh’s master’s degree from the United States Army […]