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CHRISTMAS IN THE CONGO: New Protected Area to Conserve Unique Species Declared in the Democratic Republic of Congo

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The Kabobo Natural Reserve in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), one of Africa’s most biodiverse sites, had its boundaries formally approved today by the Provincial Governor of Tanganyika Province – a critical step in establishing and ensuring the effective protection of this important site.

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Study Reveals Republican Senators Have More Social Media Savvy Than Democratic Senators

Online presence may hold the key to November elections.

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Expert Available to Discuss President Obama’s “Educate to Innovate” Campaign and Its Impact on Middle School Mathematics

President Obama launched the “Educate to Innovate” campaign, a nationwide effort to motivate U.S. kids to excel in math and science. Jeffrey Choppin, Ph.D., believes that this initiative is a great way to engage students in mathematics outside the classroom. He suggests that the initiative should help students grapple with problems that are authentic and mathematically intriguing, with an underlying goal of connecting the ways students experience the world with formal mathematical concepts.

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Conventions, Campaigns and Elections: A Journalist's Guide to University of Virginia Political Experts

The University of Virginia is a political science powerhouse, home to Larry Sabato's Center for Politics, whose Crystal Ball predictions of the 2006 election results were the most accurate of any prognosticators; the Miller Center of Public Affairs, a national center for the study of the American presidency; and the Sorenson Institute for Political Leadership, hailed as a national model for bipartisan leadership training as explained in the PBS documentary, "Across the Aisle."

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Post-Election Democrats Will Push Popular Agenda, Appeal to Moderates, Expert Says

If Democrats want to expand their House and Senate majorities, they need to protect new members who were elected from Republican-leaning districts while showing they can govern by passing a limited popular agenda, suggests Steven S. Smith, a congressional expert at Washington University in St. Louis.

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A Guide to Civil Pre-Election Discussions at Work

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Maintaining civility in the workplace is difficult at the best of times, but an approaching Election Day can generate new awkwardness, friction, disagreement and even argument. Civility expert P.M. Forni of Johns Hopkins University has suggestions for avoiding a political standoff in the office.


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