There is no silver bullet for defeating cyber threats like ransomware. Rather, defense comes down to the actions of thousands of IT staff and millions of computer users in organizations large and small across the country embracing good computing practices.
These landscapes can still be grazed, mowed, or harvested as long as these activities sustain or restore native species diversity.
Newly proposed rules would require students from certain countries to leave within either two or four years, even if they haven’t completed their degrees.
The big differences between Justice Ginsburg and Judge Barrett – not simply their shared gender – would characterize Barrett’s work on the Supreme Court.
Who has the right to the Lumbee Indian archives? What are our obligations both as tribal citizens and public-facing researchers when we find “our people” in them?
Two Education professors address questions many families and teachers may have about what they are seeing with virtual learning for early childhood education.
While far too high to smell, smoke from wildfires in the western U.S. caused spectacularly hued sunsets from New York to D.C. to Missouri.
Female bird song is widespread, and it is likely that the ancestor of all songbirds had female song, research shows. The key people driving this recent paradigm shift? Women.
COVID-19 allowed this mother/daughter research pair to see how their areas of expertise overlapped.
Without dual-language program opportunities, English learners tend to stop being fluent in their first language when they reach high school.