A solid change agent

...director of the Stu dent Nonviolent Coordinating Com mit tee, before resuming his studies at Michigan's Wayne State University School of Medicine, where in later years he served as assistant professor of internal medicine and associate dean for admissions...

On The Move

...Education: Doctor of medicine, West Virginia University School of Medicine DR. MATTHEW NEALJob title: NeurosurgeonEmployer...He did his internship and residency at Wake Forest University School of Medicine and his residency at Barrow Neurological...

Puppy reunions more fun for humans than dogs

...and they wanted to kill one another," said Dr. Nicholas Dodman, founder of the animal behavior clinic at Tufts University School of Veterinary Medicine, in Boston.Fortunately, that doesn't seem to be the case for Goldie's brood of 13...

Ga. below average on injury related deaths

...Florida, Iowa, Missouri and Montana - scored the lowest, with two out of 10.Monica Swahn, of the Georgia State University School of Public Health, said Wednesday that there are some preventive steps that Georgia "is doing really well...

Ex-store owner's social media password case breaks new ground

...contacts to start a rival business. The employees claimed the LinkedIn accounts and contacts were personal.Villanova University School of Law professor Michael Risch said Face book and Twitter accounts, among other social media platforms, are now...

Leon Larke

...injury cases. He graduated cum laude in 1976 from Mercer University, Macon, GA, and is a 1979 graduate of Antioch University School of Law, Washington, D.C. , where he received his juris doctorate degree. Augusta Attorney Leon Larke was appointed...

Azziz family moves out

Dr. Ricardo Azziz is moving out of the president's residence of Georgia Regents University. School officials confirmed Thursday that Azziz, whose departure was announced earlier this year, was leaving, but would not say where he was going.

Bipartisan support in Washington for reform of misdemeanor courts

...Constitution."(There's) no question money is driving a lot of this," said Robert Boruchowitz, of the Seattle University School of Law. It's "pay or stay," and the emphasis is on how to get money out of misdemeanor offenders.Iowa Supreme...

World experiences shape Georgia Regents Medical Center resident

...turned out to be an old oil barge that they put all kinds of stuff around it."It was while he was there at Ross University School of Medicine as a course director in medical gross anatomy that he realized he had gone as far as he could in teaching...

Blue Cross to help hacked customers

...Indianapolis-based insurance giant are valuable for criminals, James P. Nehf, professor of law at the Indiana University School of Law in Indianapolis, told USA Today recently.That basic personal information is even more valuable to criminals...