The TV producer showed how storytelling can bridge divides and serve as a beacon of truth in a complex world.
New research suggests artificial intelligence can make professional development programs more accessible and effective.
People with adverse experiences during childhood − whether physical, emotional or sexual abuse − had higher rates of death and hospitalization decades later from COVID-19.
Dietary supplements claim to be able to ‘boost your immune system’ to combat disease. But attaining immune balance through a healthy lifestyle and vaccination is a safer bet to keep in good health.
People who get an education while serving time are less likely to return to prison and more likely to enter the job market, an analysis finds.
The opt-out movement caught on heavily in Colorado in the late 2010s. A group of education scholars is exploring the reasons why.
A new study unexpectedly found a way to help people assess social media posts with less bias and more care – pairing them up with partners who have a different perspective.
The analysis shows that ketamine may start relieving symptoms of PTSD within one day, but it is still unclear how long the effects last and how many injections are needed to maintain benefits.
The share of low-income US families who sometimes or often didn’t have enough food to eat fell from 24.5% to 22.5% between late April and late July of 2020, a research team found.
A journalism professor discovers that some of the best lessons for future journalists can be taught on a pool table.
Teachers use tougher language when describing the misbehavior of Black children, new research shows.
An intriguing therapy that shifts what people perceive as the source of their pain could aid in pain management.
Researchers found that lowering restrictions for new teachers had some unintended consequences.
Student journalists are using spreadsheets and databases to examine one of the darkest chapters in American history.
Black would-be homeowners pay the price when big investors buy up the neighborhood.
This course beckons students to examine how alcoholic beverages are portrayed in books by American authors.
A survey of over 600 teens and young adults across India found boys are more politically engaged than girls and also less aware of the barriers women face to becoming active in politics.
Beyond higher wages and improved benefits, the terms of the Kaiser settlement would ensure better staffing, which the unions have argued is critical for providing quality patient care.
Donors and grantmakers often pressure nonprofits to spend as little as possible on fundraising and overhead.
As American Jews grieve, many are giving as well.