Monthly Archives: June 2013

NIEHS Seeking Public Affairs Specialist

NIEHS, located in beautiful Research Triangle Park, NC is looking for a talented public affairs specialist to join its communications team. The vacancy opens today, June 12, and closes on Monday, June 17th. Links to the full vacancy announcement are … Continue reading

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Officially Released, THE SECRET WORLD OF RED WOLVES

June 10th was the official release date for the new book, THE SECRET WORLD OF RED WOLVES! The book’s website is: http://bit.ly/YARTcE, and the UNC Press page for it is: http://bit.ly/Vyz2hJ.  * * * * *  THE SECRET WORLD OF RED WOLVES … Continue reading

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RTP 180° June 19th

Last month, #RTP180 trended on Twitter next to Paris Hilton. And got written up in Canada’s “Globe and Mail.” On June 19, we return in fine form — and we hope you’ve prepared yourselves for pirates, giant penguins and knowledge … Continue reading

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University of Pennsylvania Seeking Assistant Director for News

The central University Communications Office at the University of Pennsylvania is seeking an Assistant Director for News.   The Assistant Director for News reports to the Director of Media Relations and will serve as co-editor of three e-newsletters (Penn News … Continue reading

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June Periodic Tables: Durham’s Science Cafe Tonight

The Science of Psychopaths Misconceptions about psychopaths are widespread. In this talk, Dr. Walter Sinnott-Armstrong will discuss what psychopaths really are and what we know about where they come from, what they do, how their brains are abnormal, which moral … Continue reading

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2013 Farm to Fork Picnic is Sunday

June 9, 4-7 p.m. Breeze Farm, Hurdle Mills Press credentials: JJ Richardson, 919.527.9891 or jj_richardson@ncsu.edu Marisa Benzle, former CEFS apprentice, returns as Small Farm Unit manager If you want to put it in farming terms, you could say that the chicken has come home … Continue reading

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