Ivan Jecklin

Ivan Jecklin

The Herd: New hires, promotions and departures for 1.14.14 | Richmond BizSense

Weinstein Properties - Lloyd Osgood, the previous chief executive officer, is now director of communications for Weinstein Properties. The Frontier Project made the following announcements: Jonathan Benjamin was hired as an associate consultant. Benjamin is a graduate of the University of Richmond’s Robins ...

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How to Get a Micromanager Off Your Back - Promising Practices - Management - GovExec.com

Washington University in St. Louis - Jackson Nickerson is the Frahm Family Professor of Organization and Strategy at the Olin Business School at Washington University in St. Louis, the Associate Dean and Director of the Brookings Executive Education, and a Senior Scholar in Governance Studies at the Brookings Institution. ...

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Muslim student pitches a fit over these awesome Halloween costumes [school agrees with student]

Washington University in St. Louis - Washington University student Mahroh Jahangiri later objected to the photo because she views mimicking the American military’s killing of Osama bin Laden as a hateful Muslim stereotype. “As a Muslim-American who has been subjected to taunts of ‘dirty paki’ and ‘get the fuck out of WU and ...

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This handout photo provided by the Washington University School of Medicine shows Dr. Jeffrey Gordon and graduate student Vanessa Ridaura of Washington University in St. Louis example samples of gut bacteria taken from fat or lean people. Their research transplanted human intestinal ...

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Bulldogs Seek Win at Philly Saturday - Yale Bulldogs

Washington University in St. Louis - NEW HAVEN, Conn. - The Yale Football Team (3-2, 1-1 Ivy), which finished its non-league slate by hosting Fordham last week, begins the stretch run of the Ivy League campaign with a trip to Franklin Field to face the Penn Quakers (3-2, 2-0). This Saturday's important Ancient Eight clash kicks ...

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Stanford happy Mark Appel chose college over $3.8 million - Inside Bay Area

Washington University in St. Louis - John Appel eventually became a 6-10 center for Washington University in St. Louis. Mark played on a Monte Vista basketball team with Zach Ertz, a Stanford football star headed to the NFL. At the time both teens dreamed of futures in basketball. It would be difficult to fault ...

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A Gold Gadget That Would Let You Stop Heart Attacks With a Smartphone_ | Oddly_Even

Professors John Rogers of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and Igor Efimov of Washington University in St. Louis have developed a new cardiac intervention that uses MRI and CT machines to scan a patient’s heart, 3-D printing a model from that data, and using the print to ...

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Groundbreaking optical device could enhance optical information processing, computers | Science Cod...

Washington University in St. Louis - Lan Yang, PhD, associate professor of electrical and systems engineering, and her collaborators have developed an essential component of these new computers that would run on light. Their work brings predictions from recently formulated theoretical physics into real world applications. ...

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Tiny, injectable LEDs help neuroscientists study the brain

Washington University in St. Louis - of I., and Michael Bruchas, a professor of anesthesiology at Washington University, the researchers will publish their work in Science. “These materials and device structures open up new ways to integrate semiconductor components directly into the brain,” says Rogers, who directs the ...

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Special glasses help surgeons 'see' cancer​​​​​​​​ -- ScienceDaily

Washington University in St. Louis - High-tech glasses developed at the School of Medicine help breast surgeon Julie Margenthaler, MD, visualize cancer cells in a patient Feb. 10. Inset: Still image from a video of the lymph node removal, as seen by Margenthaler as she wore the eyewear. A florescent marker injected ...

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