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MCP Student Christelle Rohaut Wins Prestigious Schmidt MacArthur Fellowship

College of Environmental Design student Christelle Rohaut (MCP ‘18) and her mentor, Associate Professor of City & Regional Planning Malo Hutson, have been awarded the prestigious Schmidt MacArthur Fellowship, a year-long program that supports design, engineering and business endeavors relating to the circular economy. Rohaut is one of 18 students chosen from an international pool of applicants and will spend the next year exploring sustainable housing solutions in Latin America under the mentorship of Professor Hutson.

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Actors with Disabilities Go to Hollywood Festival, Sbarro Health Research Org Praises Filmmakers

Actors with Disabilities Go to Hollywood Festival, Sbarro Health Research Org Praises Filmmakers

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Memo to Tech Professionals: In 2017, Ask For a Raise

At least one-third of tech workers are significantly underpaid. That’s the conclusion of a study by Paysa, a startup that markets tools designed to help software engineers and other technology professionals analyze and compare salaries and benefits. Paysa looked at 5 million resumes of technology professionals and concluded that nearly 2 million of them are currently underpaid by 10 percent or more. For an average software engineer making $112,000, the company indicated, that translates into $11,200 a year of missing income.

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A consortium of 50 psychologists and psychiatrists from around the world has outlined a new diagnostic model for mental illness, in what researchers hope will be a paradigm shift in how these illnesses are classified and diagnosed.

A consortium of 50 psychologists and psychiatrists from around the world has outlined a new diagnostic model for mental illness, in what researchers hope will be a paradigm shift in how these illnesses are classified and diagnosed.

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Hope for food-allergic students transitioning to college

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EVANSTON - Food-allergic students face challenges in the transition to college that reach far beyond the food served in dining halls, according to research from Northwestern University.Tasked to address the issue, students in an innovative master-level design course led by engineering and medical instructors at Northwestern produced a website, and the video above, with recommendations for how colleges can better prepare for and support food-allergic students.

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Proceeds from the event will support the greatest

Proceeds from the event will support the greatest

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A mystery with a shocking twist: Death by indoor lightning

A mystery with a shocking twist: Death by indoor lightning







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