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Fostering a Humanizing and Community-Oriented Space
When teaching and meeting through the on-line format.
Shavonne Colemen, MFA, Educational Developer, Faculty Innovation Center
Oct. 28, 2020

Republicans and Democrats Expect Their Candidate to Win, and if Not, Economy Will Suffer

AUSTIN, Texas — Despite the amount and prevalence of polling information available to the public, Americans cannot agree on who is most likely to win this year’s presidential election or how the economy will fare given their expected winner

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Oct. 28, 2020

Employers Should Reward Workers for Accomplishments, Not Hours Worked

AUSTIN, Texas – Paying employees based on hours worked is a time-honored tradition in many professions, such as law

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Oct. 28, 2020

Invasive Cactus Moth Likely to Spread and Destroy Native Prickly Pear

AUSTIN, Texas — The cactus moth has a wingspan of only about an inch, but this invasive insect has the potential to cause largescale agricultural and ecological devastation in Texas, according to the first study of cactus moths in Texas

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