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All Quiet Above Hurricane Joaquin

All Quiet Above Hurricane Joaquin

This photo was taken by NASA Astronaut Scott Kelly on October 2, 2015, and accompanied by a tweet on Twitter, “Early morning shot of Hurricane #‎Joaquin from @space_station before reaching ‪#‎Bahamas. Hope all is safe. #‎YearInSpace.” The aftermath of Hurricane Joaquin’s destruction in the Bahamas and the Carolinas is still being assessed, however, we all … Continue reading

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  • Why Silicon Valley Falls Short When It Comes To Education by Daniel Pianko on August 30, 2015 Failure to transform American higher education may undo the very building blocks of our nation’s innovation infrastructure. Instead, today’s current generation of entrepreneurs are spending their energy and resources lobbying for band-aid solutions like H-1B visas, when they could be reimagining the current pipeline to address the lack of female and minority engineers in their companies. http://techcrunch.com/2015/08/30/why-silicon-valley-falls-short-when-it-comes-to-education/#.bcwkro:6YG7
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