Justice Abella, the longest-serving judge on the Supreme Court of Canada, is best known for her work in administrative, family, constitutional, and labor law.Read the Full Story
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She was recognized for her efforts to support gender equity in STEM fields
FLI Network, launched last summer, helps cultivate a sense of belonging and inclusion among first-generation and low-income students
An exhibition exploring the circulation and contribution of black print culture through original items drawn from the Sheridan Libraries Special Collections.
Contemporary artist Don Joint celebrates the many figurines of German porcelain collected by the Evergreen museum's Garrett family in this special exhibition that juxtaposes objects from the museum's collection with the artist's own 68-foot glass mosaic.
Join Homewood Museum at the Johns Hopkins University for an evening celebrating Maryland rum, including tastings from local distillers, hearty snacks, historical remarks, and live calypso music.
The National Center for Biotechnology Information and the Institute for Computational Medicine are hosting a bioinformatics hackathon for researchers, including students and postdocs, who are experienced in working with complex haplotypes, complex disease, precision medicine, and similar genomic analysis.
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