From UB

The facts about the incident at Virginia Polytechnic Institute that took place Monday, April 16, are staggering. A total of 33 students and staff were killed in the deadliest shooting in America.

As a university president who happens to be a clinical social worker and has worked on college campuses for the past 25 years, I would like to share some thoughts with fellow presidents and campus administrators in light of the Virginia Tech University tragedy.

IN THE FACE OF A CHRONIC shortage of U.S. scientists and engineers, only one question really matters: Why is it so difficult to train scientists?

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