Attorney General Tong joins report in support of LGBTQ workers

Press releases 12/01/2022 Attorney General Tong joins report in support of LGBTQ+ workers Brief filed in support of teacher at North Carolina Catholic high school canceled after announcing plans to marry same-sex partner (Hartford, CT) — Attorney General William Tong today joined a coalition of 18 attorneys general to file a brief in support of … Read more

‘2022 Emissions Gap Report’ Finds International Community Far Below Paris Goals

The latest UNEP report released ahead of COP27, ‘Closing Window: Climate Crisis Demands Rapid Transformation of Societies’, finds the international community falling far short of the Paris goals, with no credible path towards 1, 5°C The latest report is a testament to inaction in the face of the global climate crisis. The United Nations Environment … Read more

Student Task Force report looks at campus culture for LGBTQIA+ students – The Daily Free Press

The Boston University LGBTQIA+ Student Task Force presented its final report to BU administration on October 26, detailing recommendations the University could take to provide accessible services to students and create an inclusive environment on campus. Members of the BU LGBTQIA+ Student Task Force. On October 26, the BU Student Task Force presented its final … Read more

Oct 31 Niagara College Report: OCAA Bronze for Women’s Soccer

get complete details of Oct 31 Niagara College Report: OCAA Bronze for Women’s Soccer from here, checkout more details. The Niagara College Knights women’s soccer team returned from the Ontario College Athletic Association championships with a bronze medal. It was the first OCAA medal in the program’s history. Prior to 2022, Niagara had yet to … Read more

More women, people of color on colleges, hospital boards, report says, but more progress needed

get complete details of More women, people of color on colleges, hospital boards, report says, but more progress needed from here, checkout more details. In 2019, a local nonprofit college published a report about the lack of women on college and hospital boards in the Philadelphia region. Three years later, there has been a noticeable … Read more

New Report: Larger Counties Lack Adequate Shelters for Pets of Domestic Violence Victims

Washington D.C.—In recognition of October as National Domestic Violence Awareness Month, the Animal Welfare Institute (AWI) has released new research which identifies the lack of shelter services across the country, including in some of the most populous counties, for pets of survivors of domestic violence. yesSafe havens include humane societies, veterinary offices, foster homes, and … Read more

Sick or Dead Wildlife Report

Wildlife disease surveillance, prevention, and control are critical factors in protecting Delaware citizens, wildlife, pets, and livestock. Citizen reports help state biologists monitor wildlife populations in Delaware. If you see sick or dead wildlife when the cause of death appears to be disease, report it to the DNREC Division of Fish and Wildlife. If you … Read more

Notre Dame professor denies offering abortion help to students after student report – WGMD

A professor at the University of Notre Dame she is denying a story from an independent student newspaper reporting that she announced her willingness to help students obtain abortions and contraception. Professor Tamara Kay, a sociology professor at the Keough School of Global Affairs at Notre Dame, had a sign on her office door saying … Read more

Notre Dame professor denies offering abortion help to students after student report

A professor at the University of Notre Dame she is denying a story from an independent student newspaper reporting that she announced her willingness to help students obtain abortions and contraception. Professor Tamara Kay, a sociology professor at the Keough School of Global Affairs at Notre Dame, had a sign on her office door saying … Read more

Notre Dame professor denies offering abortion help to students after student report

A University of Notre Dame professor denies a story in an independent student newspaper reporting that she announced her willingness to help students obtain abortions and contraception. Professor Tamara Kay, a sociology professor at the Keough School of Global Affairs at Notre Dame, had a sign on her office door saying she would provide “information … Read more

This is the richest city in the world, according to a new report

Some cities just ooze glitz and glamor (think: Dubai’s gold souks, Hong Kong’s skyscrapers, or even Silicon Valley’s massive mansions). These are all signs that a city is incredibly rich, but according to a recent report by global citizen and residency firm Henley & Partnersthe richest city is actually here in the US The study … Read more

New Report: Larger Counties Lack Adequate Shelters for Pets of Domestic Violence Victims

Washington D.C.—In recognition of October as National Domestic Violence Awareness Month, the Animal Welfare Institute (AWI) has released new research which identifies the lack of shelter services across the country, including in some of the most populous counties, for pets of survivors of domestic violence. yesSafe havens include humane societies, veterinary offices, foster homes, and … Read more

IT Leadership Remains White and Male with Static Inclusion Improving, Business of Tech Podcast’s Quarterly Diversity Report Reveals

WASHINGTON, October 3, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — the technology businessthe YouTube podcast and show created by technology services expert and analyst Dave Sobel to monitor key IT industry trends, today releases data from its quarterly diversity survey, which paints a clearer picture of people in leadership roles at more than 300 IT services companies. The 2022 … Read more

Idiopathic retroperitoneal fibrosis with endometrial cancer: a case report and review of the literature | Women’s Health BMC

This case report describes a patient with iRPF who was later diagnosed with endometrial cancer. At the time of admission, the patient has a 13-year history of iRPF. RPF is clinically rare with an age-standardized incidence of 0.1 cases/100,000 people per year. [6]. About 70% of RPF cases are idiopathic with no clear aetiology. While … Read more

Report finds women are declining CISO/CSO roles

Image: Gorodenkoff/Shutterstock Women made up just 17% of Fortune 500 CISO positions in 2021, according to a new report from the Accenture Cybersecurity Forum Women’s Council. However, the report states that these numbers “are not due to a lack of attention to the subject or a lack of talent.” Why are there so few women … Read more