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Early math lessons change kids' brains, researchers say

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Researchers from the School of Medicine have demonstrated that a single year of math lessons is associated with unexpectedly big changes in the brain’s approach to problem solving and that these changes can be seen in the brain scans of second- and third-graders.

Harry Elam to brief Senate on '21st century learning'

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At the last Faculty Senate meeting of the year on Thursday, June 9, Harry J. Elam Jr., vice provost for undergraduate education, will present an overview of the year in undergraduate education and discuss several new initiatives, including Faculty College and a new Technology in Pedagogy Initiative.

At Land, Buildings and Real Estate, wellness is not a stretch

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Just because many employees in Land, Buildings and Real Estate have long commutes, billable hours and schedules that allow only 30 minutes for lunch, they refuse to let work interfere with their health. LBRE teamed up with the Health Improvement Program to create its own WorkWell program.

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