The only satirical newspaper suspends its publication

first_imgNews January 22, 2002 – Updated on January 20, 2016 The only satirical newspaper suspends its publication RSF_en March 8, 2021 Find out more SyriaMiddle East – North Africa to go further News Created in February 2001, Addomari is known for its critics against the power. Already on 19 June 2001 the authorities had compelled the newspaper to suppress two pages in which he was criticising the government. In February 2001, the newspaper was circulating 60 000 copies. According to the information gathered by RSF, the satirical weekly newspaper Addomari suspended its publication on January 21 due to the conditions imposed by the authorities on its distribution. These latter have decided to compel a distribution via the state company to the newspaper which, up to now, secured its own distribution to subscribers and libraries. The state company claimed it would collect 40% on the sales takings and would distribute a number of copies lower than the regular circulation. Since the newspaper does not receive any subsidies, Ali Farzat, owner of the weekly, fears that this new distribution mode will entail heavy losses. Thus, on January 21, he decided not to distribute the last issue of his newspaper, which is usually issued on Mondays. He called on the ministry of Information, pointing out that the law on publications does not impose on private newspapers to be distributed through the State Company. Organisation Follow the news on Syria Receive email alertscenter_img SyriaMiddle East – North Africa March 12, 2021 Find out more News In a letter addressed to the Information minister, Adnan Omrane, Reporters Sans Frontières (RSF – Reporters without Borders) protested against the conditions imposed on the distribution of the satirical newspaper Addomari whose proprietor, Ali Farzat, has consequently decided to suspend the publication. “Nowadays, the authorities are trying to close down by all means the only private satirical newspaper in the country”, declared Robert Ménard, general secretary of the organisation. “This newspaper should be allowed to secure its own distribution, without using the state company. Isn’t it true that the Syrian law does not demand that private newspapers be distributed through that state company?” he added. Damascus TV presenter arrested under cyber-crime law Wave of Kurdish arrests of Syrian journalists Toll of ten years of civil war on journalists in Syria Help by sharing this information News February 3, 2021 Find out morelast_img read more

GOOD NEWS: Odessa College Students In Philanthropy hosts grant ceremony

first_img Local News GOOD NEWS: Odessa College Students In Philanthropy hosts grant ceremony Previous articleTEXAS VIEW: Texans need both parties debating educationNext articleTwin recalls last moments with sister before fatal shooting admin RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Facebook 2021 SCHOOL HONORS: Permian High School Facebook The Odessa College Students In Philanthropy Program distributed approximately $16,000 of funds they raised to local nonprofit agencies on April 24. OC Students In Philanthropy Class, back row: Femi Solesi, Adrian Armendariz, Andrea Armendariz, Kelsey Foster, Miranda Milwee, Marisol Galindo and Chiedo Atuegwu. Middle row: Sophea Kheang, Claire Galvadon, Ariana Lujan, Levi Ramirez, Sayuri Lujan, Sara Newsom, Chanelle Lujan, Nyel Rodriguez, Ayra Cirilo, Sydney Toledanes and Darinka Vargas. Front row: Daniella Rodriguez, Jonica Alaniz, Alyssa Leal, Mya Doan, Phuong Bui and Nikita Weaver. The Odessa College Students In Philanthropy Program distributed approximately $16,000 of funds they raised to local non-profit agencies on April 24. Claire Galvadon, left, and Chanelle Lujan, right, present check to Paige Sumner with Hillcrest School. Virgin Coco MojitoCreamy Fruit SaladTexas Fried ChickenPowered By 10 Sec Mama’s Deviled Eggs NextStay Pinterest Molly Murphy, Big Brothers Big Sisters, and Sara Newsom (OC SIP member). OC employee of the year always learning Barbara Nunez with Odessa Christmas In Action receives check from OC SIP student Alyssa Leal. Home Local News GOOD NEWS: Odessa College Students In Philanthropy hosts grant ceremonycenter_img Pinterest Twitter 1 of 6 Twitter Andrea Armendariz, president of OC Students In Philanthropy, gives opening remarks at 2018 grant ceremony. ECISD undergoing ‘equity audit’ The Odessa College Students In Philanthropy Program distributed approximately $16,000 of funds they raised to local nonprofit agencies on April 24. OC Students In Philanthropy Class, back row: Femi Solesi, Adrian Armendariz, Andrea Armendariz, Kelsey Foster, Miranda Milwee, Marisol Galindo and Chiedo Atuegwu. Middle row: Sophea Kheang, Claire Galvadon, Ariana Lujan, Levi Ramirez, Sayuri Lujan, Sara Newsom, Chanelle Lujan, Nyel Rodriguez, Ayra Cirilo, Sydney Toledanes and Darinka Vargas. Front row: Daniella Rodriguez, Jonica Alaniz, Alyssa Leal, Mya Doan, Phuong Bui and Nikita Weaver. WhatsApp Nikita Weaver, left, and Femi Solesi, right, present check to Lonna Edwards with Midland/Odessa Area AIDS Support. By admin – April 30, 2018 WhatsApplast_img read more

Wisconsin mother meets baby delivered during COVID-19 coma

first_img WhatsApp WhatsApp Facebook Pinterest In this Jan. 27, 2021 photo provided by Taryn Marie Photography, the Townsend family poses for a photo in Poynette, Wis. the day mother Kelsey Townsend came home from the hospital, nearly three months after being admitted due to COVID-19. Townsend, second from left, gave birth to Lucy, in her arms, via C-section on Nov. 4 while in a medically induced coma. She spent 75 days on lung and life support. She finally met the daughter she delivered face to face on Jan. 27. Facebook Pinterest By Digital AIM Web Support – February 3, 2021 center_img Twitter Previous articleGlobal Pharmaceutical Contract Packaging Market Research 2020-2024 | COVID-19 Market Impact Analysis | TechnavioNext articleGeospace Technologies: Fiscal 1Q Earnings Snapshot Digital AIM Web Support Wisconsin mother meets baby delivered during COVID-19 coma Twitter Local NewsUS News TAGS  last_img read more

Report: Highest Percentage of Seriously Underwater Loans in Q3 Originated During Housing Boom

first_img in Daily Dose, Featured, Market Studies, News Home / Daily Dose / Report: Highest Percentage of Seriously Underwater Loans in Q3 Originated During Housing Boom  Print This Post The Week Ahead: Nearing the Forbearance Exit 2 days ago The highest percentage of residential mortgage loans that were seriously underwater in this year’s third quarter were originated during the housing bubble between 2004 and 2008, according to RealtyTrac’s U.S. Home Equity & Underwater Report for Q3 2014.RealtyTrac reported that about 15 percent of all residential properties with a mortgage in the U.S. were seriously underwater in Q3, meaning the combined loan amount secured by the property is at least 25 percent higher than the property’s estimated market value. About 40 percent of the mortgage loans originated in 2006 were seriously underwater in Q3 2014, the highest percentage for any year after 2004, according to RealtyTrac.The number of Q3’s seriously underwater mortgages that were originated in the years following 2006 has declined steadily with each year before inching back up in the last two years. The percentage of seriously underwater mortgages in Q3 originated in 2007 was 35 percent; in 2008, it was 25 percent; and for every year, it declined until hitting a low of 7 percent in 2012. The percentage of mortgage loans originated in 2014 that were seriously underwater in Q3 was 10 percent.Meanwhile, the highest percentage of equity-rich homeowners, which are those with at least 50 percent equity in their properties, were those who bought or refinanced their homes between 1994 and 1998, according to RealtyTrac.The highest percentage of seriously underwater homeowners in Q3, according to RealtyTrac, were those that owned homes that were worth less than $200,000. About 55 percent of homes worth less than $50,000 were seriously underwater in Q3, while only 10 percent of homes in that price range were equity rich. About 34 percent of homes in the price range of $50,000 to $100,000 were seriously underwater, while 13 percent were equity rich.Homes worth more than $200,000 had lower percentages of seriously underwater homeowners and higher percentages of equity rich homeowners in Q3, according to RealtyTrac. For example, about 6 percent of homeowners with homes worth between $500,000 and $750,000 were seriously underwater, while 31 percent of homeowners with homes in that price range were equity rich. Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago October 27, 2014 908 Views Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago Tagged with: equity rich properties RealtyTrac Seriously Underwater Mortgages About Author: Brian Honea Brian Honea’s writing and editing career spans nearly two decades across many forms of media. He served as sports editor for two suburban newspaper chains in the DFW area and has freelanced for such publications as the Yahoo! Contributor Network, Dallas Home Improvement magazine, and the Dallas Morning News. He has written four non-fiction sports books, the latest of which, The Life of Coach Chuck Curtis, was published by the TCU Press in December 2014. A lifelong Texan, Brian received his master’s degree from Amberton University in Garland. The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago Previous: Optimism Among Home Sellers Declines in Q3 Next: DS News Webcast: Tuesday 10/28/2014 equity rich properties RealtyTrac Seriously Underwater Mortgages 2014-10-27 Brian Honea Share Save Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago Related Articles The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago Sign up for DS News Daily Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago Report: Highest Percentage of Seriously Underwater Loans in Q3 Originated During Housing Boom Subscribelast_img read more

UK: Dassault Rafale Returns to RNAS Yeovilton for Annual Air Day

first_img View post tag: Returns View post tag: Annual May 3, 2012 View post tag: day View post tag: Navy View post tag: Yeovilton View post tag: RNAS View post tag: Dassault View post tag: Naval Back to overview,Home naval-today UK: Dassault Rafale Returns to RNAS Yeovilton for Annual Air Day center_img View post tag: News by topic UK: Dassault Rafale Returns to RNAS Yeovilton for Annual Air Day View post tag: Rafale Training & Education An aircraft at the cutting edge of naval airpower will return to RNAS Yeovilton for its annual Air Day on 23 June.Living up to its name, the Dassault Rafale (‘Squall’, or ‘Hurricane’) will tear through the skies over this key Royal Naval Air Station.The Dassault Rafale M is the French Navy’s most modern frontline fighter and it’s no stranger to Air Day, examples having attended the show on several previous occasions.However, this will be the first time it will perform a spectacular and dynamic solo demonstration, showcasing its speed, power and supreme agility in what’s likely to be the French Navy’s only public flying appearance in the UK this year.The Rafale hit the headlines several months before Air Day 2011, when a French Air Force example carried out the first strike of Operation Unified Protector – the NATO mission established to enforce a no-fly zone over Libya.More recently, the type’s been in the news again as the preferred choice for the Indian Air Force’s massive Multi-Role Combat Aircraft contract. This contract, when completely firmed-up, will represent the first foreign order for Dassault’s hi-tech super-fighter.The French Navy are strong supporters of the Air Day and the organisers are extremely pleased to welcome them back.  They are confident that the Rafale M’s outstanding performance will captivate each and every visitor to the show.Throughout the day there will be plenty of entertainment on the ground for all the family including side shows, educational interactive displays, funfair, vintage, classic and military vehicles, service demonstrations, military bands, picnic areas, helicopter pleasure flights, simulator rides, trade stands and much, much more.[mappress]Naval Today Staff, May 03, 2012; Image: royalnavy View post tag: UK View post tag: air Share this articlelast_img read more

New Papua New Guinea Pacific patrol boat completes trials

first_img View post tag: Papua New Guinean Navy Papua New Guinea Defence Force’s new Pacific patrol boat Ted Diro has completed sea trials, one week after its delivery.The boat passed the initial sea-readiness evaluation with support from the Australian Navy’s Sea Training Unit – Defence Cooperation Program.Commander Sea Training Defence Cooperation Program, Captain John Cowan, said Ted Diro’s ship’s company had been put through a comprehensive training program that culminated in a whole ship evaluation before sailing for Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea via Darwin.“The training has specifically focussed on mariner skills to ensure that the ship’s company can navigate their ship, operate the ship’s systems correctly, and can conduct all of the activities that the ship needs to safely complete the long voyage back to Papua New Guinea,” he said.Captain Cowan said the crew of Ted Diro had faced a number of challenges to get to this point.“Firstly, they had to come together as a crew in the Pacific Patrol Boat, the former HMPNGS Rabaul,” he said.“They honed their skills in Rabaul and then conducted the long voyage from Port Moresby to Port Macquarie, NSW for the disposal of the Pacific Patrol Boat.“The crew then travelled to Western Australia to conduct individual conversion training to prepare for the first of the Guardian class Patrol boats, Ted Diro.“Once they were proficient in operating the ship’s systems from an individual skills point of view, we commenced training with ship’s company to bring them together as a team performing to the standard and the program required by the PNG Defence Force.”Captain Cowan said the crew of Ted Diro had risen to the occasion and excelled in all areas of their training.HMPNGS Ted Diro during sea trials. Photo: AustalCommander Sebastian Marru, Commanding Officer of Lombrum Naval Base where the Patrol Boats will be based, said the partnership between Australia and PNG was an important part of PNG’s naval capabilities.“The relationship that we have with the Royal Australian Navy has allowed us to maintain a high standard over the years,” he said.“We have exercises such as PARADISE and KAKADU, as well as the permanent presence of Australian Defence technical staff to maintain and sustain our fleet, so the relationship between the two countries drives us in our operational capability.”Ted Diro is part of the Pacific Patrol Boat Replacement Project that will see 21 vessels gifted to 12 Pacific nations and Timor Leste.The ship was built at Austal’s Henderson shipyard in Western Australia and was named after former PNG soldier and politician Edward (Ted) Diro — Austal expects to deliver a new GCPB every four months until all 21 are rolled out.Ted Diro will commission in early 2019 and will be home-ported at Lombrum Naval Base, Manus Island. View post tag: HMPNGS Ted Diro View post tag: PPB-Rcenter_img Share this article Photo: Members of the Royal Australian Navy Sea Training Group with the Papua New Guinea Defence Force ships company of Ted Diro (P401) on completion of the ship’s sea readiness evaluation at HMAS Stirling, WA. Photo: Royal Australian Navylast_img read more

Watch Toyota-Save Mart 350 highlights

first_imgVideo highlights from the Toyota-Save Mart 350 are available now on’s Race RePlay.Check out highlights from pivotal moments of the race including key green flag action, pit stops, cautions, restarts, checkered flags, burnouts and post-race interviews.  Share your favorite videos to friends on your social networks. Race RePlay is your one stop for a complete collection of highlights from this year’s Sprint Cup series season. CLICK HERE for’s Race RePlaylast_img

JAZZ Is PHSH ‘Weigh’ In At The Aggie Theatre With Members of Snarky Puppy, Kung Fu, & More [Video]

first_imgBrothers Matthew and Adam Chase brought their JAZZ is PHSH tribute to the Aggie Theatre in Fort Collins, CO last night, joined by a stellar lineup consisting of Chris Bullock and Justin Stanton of Snarky Puppy,  Scott Flynn of ODESZA/Pretty Lights Live Band, Chris DeAngelis of Kung Fu, and Josh Thomas of With Lions. Talking Heads, reggae-infused tribute Talking Dreads opened up the evening.JAZZ is PHISH opened up with a funky “Tweezer,” followed by very lumpy-headed “Carini.” It took a good second for those in the crowd to recognize “Ghost,” as the band did a nice job of re-working various parts of the song. As the rest of the band left the stage for a couple of minute, Chris DeAngelis played an amazing “Split Open and Melt” bass solo, before the rest of the group rejoined him on stage for “NICU.”The uber-talented horn section of Bullock, Stanton, and Flynn shined throughout the night, especially on numbers like “46 Days,” “Bathtub Gin,” and “First Tube.” And Josh Thomas has proven to be an asset to the JAZZ is PHSH lineup, showcasing some serious skills on the keys. The group encored with a short, but sweet, “Cars Trucks Buses” before leaving the stage for the final time.Matt and Adam Chase have created a truly unique Phish-inspired project, which continues to get better and better as time passes. JAZZ is PHSH plays Cervantes Masterpiece Ballroom in Denver tonight. Check out video from the performance below:“Cars Trucks Buses”:“First Tube”:JAZZ Is PHSH – Aggie Theatre – Fort Collins, CO – 1/20/17 SetlistTweezerCariniGhostWeigh46 DaysAlumni BluesSplit Open And Melt (Chris DeAngelis Bass Solo)NICUBathtub GinMazeFirst TubeBrotherMeatGolgi ApparatusE: Cars Trucks Buseslast_img read more

12 Days Of Phishmas 2018: Trey & Mike Try To Explain Phish To MTV On H.O.R.D.E. Tour In 1992 [Watch]

first_imgIt’s that time of year again… In five days, Phish will return to New York’s Madison Square Garden for their annual four-night New Year’s run. Each year, we like to celebrate the season in the days leading up to Phish at MSG with the 12 Days of Phishmas, a daily series that gives you your Phish fix and helps stoke your excitement in the days leading up to the run. In 2016, we took you back to 12 historic Phish performances at The Garden. In 2017, with the Baker’s Dozen barely out of sight in the rearview, we relived the magic and mystery of the band’s historic residency.For years, we’ve been earmarking some of our favorite Phish interviews, behind-the-scenes footage, and other cool content that we haven’t found the right occasion to share with you…until now. For 2018, we’ve made you a very special Phishmas Advent calendar to help spice up your countdown to showtime. As we approach the start of the run on the 28th, we’ll open up one panel a day and reveal a fun surprise inside—a little something sweet and Phishy once a day until the Garden party begins. No peeking! By the time we’re finished with the calendar, it will finally be time for the gift we’ve all been waiting for: Four nights of Phish on their home court at the World’s Most Famous Arena.5 Days Til Phish – Trey & Mike Talk To MTV On H.O.R.D.E. Tour In 1992On the eighth day of Phishmas… Trey and Mike chat with MTV during the inaugural 1992 H.O.R.D.E. Tour. This is a classic Phish interview, and one that you’ve probably seen if you’ve done even a cursory search for Phish interviews online. Nonetheless, it’s one of our favorites, and gives a fascinating look at an important time of growth for the band.H.O.R.D.E.—an acronym for “Horizons of Rock Developing Everywhere”—was a big step not just for Phish, but for the larger burgeoning “jam scene” in the early 90s. The five bands on that first running of the H.O.R.D.E. tour (Phish, Blues Traveler, Spin Doctors, Widespread Panic, and The Aquarium Rescue Unit) were all on the rise, making a living touring the country playing clubs and theaters. By coming together for one big tour, they were able to combine each others’ audiences and play to amphitheaters around the country. This led to greater exposure, which in turn helped them become the nationally touring behemoth they are today.As was the theme of the entire tour, when Trey and Mike sat down with MTV that summer, they knew they were getting a chance to make an impression on a newer, broader group of potential new fans. They still had something to prove. Aware of the stakes of this higher-profile tour and interview, Mike and Trey played it relatively straight, making the case for their unusual brand of success and their unusual group of “obsessed” fans. However, they still took some opportunities to let their prankster personalities show through. It makes for a highly entertaining segment for Phish fans looking back—especially since many of the points they make sound not-so-oddly similar to the cases you’ve probably made for the band to your non-Phish friends at one point or another.Of course, the most amusing aspect of the segment is the physical gag Trey and Mike repeat throughout the conversation. As if they had set out some secret code or trigger ahead of time, on a few occasions throughout the interview, the two make eye contact and proceed to take a sip from their beer and cross their legs in unison—a little layer of token Phish strangeness on top of an earnest, uninitiated conversation.In the interview, they talk about how the band got to this point (“leaving a trail of ‘improved’ hotel rooms across the country for nine years”), what the band’s sound is (Trey: “To me, it’s a mixture of loud… and soft;” Mike: “It’s a cross between rock, jazz, funk, latin, Broadway, and bluegrass), and whether it’s been hard for them to find an audience that’s willing to listen to such variety.“It’s never been hard for us, and that’s the interesting thing,” Trey notes. “Our whole career has been based on live playing. We started in Burlington, and by word of mouth from our live shows, we worked up to a point where we were touring the whole country, supporting ourselves and five crew members…without any record selling at all. So that answers your question. It hasn’t been hard at all, in a live sense.”That’s the connection Trey draws between the five bands on the tour, who he agrees sound nothing alike but acknowledges are connected by that simple common thread. On Blues Traveler, he explains, “A lot of the people who were coming to see us were coming to see them, and there was something going on that was connecting the two bands.” While, by all accounts, the music itself was different among the acts, “there was definitely some kind of connection. The Spin Doctors, we had never even met before the H.O.R.D.E. But still, people were writing articles about [those] three bands: Blues Traveler, Phish, and The Spin Doctors, like it was some kind of…” “Scene,” Mike finishes for him. “Scene,” Trey repeats in agreement. Swig the beer. Cross the legs.They go on to talk about how they reach fans without albums and videos, from word of mouth to their “pretty big” 17,000-person mailing list to this new-fangled thing called the Internet. “Some of our fans have set up this thing called the Phish Net. A computer network. International computer network,” Trey explains with excitement. “Anyone who has a computer can access it.” Remember, it is 1992…They also discuss the taper culture that had helped the band gain a following, and how it keeps them on their toes creatively. “Bootlegging tapes has been what made us what we are.” “Who we am,” Mike chimes in. “Who we am,” Trey agrees. Swig beer. Cross legs.Night after night, Phish creates “genuine,” never-before-heard music together onstage, and that’s what makes seeing them live so special. As Mike notes, “I talk to people and they talk about this emotion they get when they’re here…and it’s really something they can’t get anywhere else. … It’s not something that would be accessible to the mainstream first-time listener, necessarily. But for the people that come, the music, and everything else that goes on onstage and in the crowd…it’s this different sort of feeling and it’s unique to this experience, so they keep coming back.”Toward the end of the segment, the interviewer asks if they can see themselves still touring together in 20 years. Both Trey and Mike optimistically affirm the question. “I hope so,” Trey says. “We get along very well for a band that’s been playing for nine years. For me, things don’t really feel any different now than they did 9 years ago. The experience of going onstage and having a great musical experience is the excitement of the band. And I don’t care if tonight there were 12,000 people, and 9 years ago there was two. I’m telling you, it really doesn’t feel any different to me. If we play well, it’s exciting. If we don’t play well, it’s frustrating.”“All in all, it’s an incredible job,” Mike notes. “To be able to travel around and go to some new city that we’ve never played in and jam and play music that we’ve never heard before because it’s all spontaneous to that moment, and have some people be blown away by it, or something. So if we could be doing that in 20 years, then I’d like to be doing it.”There have surely been some ups and downs in the 20 some odd years since they stated those intentions, but here we are in 2018, and Phish is going strong. We couldn’t be happier that their wish came true. Swig beer. Cross legs.Watch the interview below:Trey Anastasio & Mike Gordon H.O.R.D.E. Tour Interview (1992)[Video: obliviousfool83]We’ll be back tomorrow to open the ninth panel on our Phishmas 2018 Advent calendar. What other Phishmas surprises are in store? You’ll just have to wait and see…In the meantime, you can go back through the previous Phishmas surprises:On the first day of Phishmas… The Big Daddy ShowOn the second day of Phishmas… David Byrne Interviews PhishOn the third day of Phishmas… Trey Anastasio Talks Fare The Well At The New Yorker Festival On the fourth day of Phishmas… A Look Inside The Hoist Sessions From Cactus FilmsOn the fifth day of Phishmas… Mike Gordon Fascinates A Muscle Shoals LegendOn the sixth day of Phishmas… Page McConnell Chats in the Streets of LondonOn the seventh day of Phishmas… The Peanuts Conjure Cartoon Phish for “YEM” Dance PartyOn the eighth day of Phishmas… Trey & Mike Chat with MTV on H.O.R.D.E. Tour (Swig Beer, Cross Legs)last_img read more

Lemann Brazil Research Fund awardees announced

first_imgThe Office of the Vice Provost for Research and the Office of the Vice Provost for International Affairs are pleased to announce the 2018 awardees of the Lemann Brazil Research Fund.“We had the largest and most competitive applicant pool yet in the history of the Fund,” said Rick McCullough, vice provost for research and professor of materials science and engineering. “Decisions were difficult, but we were particularly impressed by the seven proposals selected, and we are excited to see these research projects move forward.”Established in 2016 by a generous gift from the Lemann Foundation, the Lemann Brazil Research Fund supports Brazil-related research in all areas related to education, as well as research in any other disciplinary area undertaken with a Brazilian colleague.This year’s awarded projects are:“Bridging Electrical Engineering and Machine Learning Education in Brazil” by Flavio Calmon, assistant professor, John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, with collaborator José Cândido Silveira Santos Filho, Universidade Estadual de Campinas.“SEL Kernels for Brazil ECE:  A Low-Cost, Evidence-Based, and Scalable Approach to Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) in Brazilian Early Childhood Settings” by Stephanie Jones, professor, Harvard Graduate School of Education (HGSE), with co-investigators Dana McCoy, HGSE, and Alexandra Brentani, Faculdade de Medicina University of São Paulo, and collaborators Ana Luiza Colagrossi, Faculdade de Medicina, University of São Paulo, Rebecca Bailey and Jennifer Kahn, HGSE“Early Institutionalization Intervention Impact Project” by Charles Nelson, professor, Harvard Medical School and HGSE, with co-investigators Nathan A. Fox, University of Maryland, and Charles H. Zeanah, Tulane University School of Medicine, and collaborator Edson Amaro Jr., PENSI Institute.“Overcoming Barriers to Adoption of Effective Municipal Policies” by Gautam Rao, assistant professor, Department of Economics, Faculty of Arts and Sciences (FAS), with co-investigators Jonas Hjort, Columbia University, Diana Moreira, University of California, Davis, and Juan Francisco Santini, Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro.“Parent-child Interaction and Child Language Development in Low-income Families in Brazil” by Meredith Rowe, associate professor, HGSE, with co-investigator Guilherme Vanoni Polanczyk, University of São Paulo.“Improving Literacy Outcomes in Brazil by Expanding Teachers’ Instructional Repertoires” by Catherine Snow, Patricia Albjerg Graham, professor, HGSE, with co-investigator Renan de Almeida Sargiani, University of São Paulo.“A Preschool Intervention in Brazil to Enhance Poor Children’s School Readiness” by Elizabeth Spelke, Marshall L. Berkman Professor, Department of Psychology, FAS, with co-investigators Chrissie Ferreira de Carvalho and Nara Cortes Andrade, Universidade Catolica de Salvador, and Jose Neander Silva Abreu, Federal University of Bahia.last_img read more