Google+ (Sarah Welliver/The Elkhart Truth) Goshen Middle School and High School will switch to all virtual learning on Monday.This comes as the schools move to Course Five of their reopening plan. WNDU reports they will stay in that stage until after Thanksgiving break.During this stage, teachers will be available via teleconferencing daily, from 8:30 until 3. There will also be counselor support, check-ins and scheduled live opportunities.Although students will be learning from home, lunches will still be available for students daily at any of the schools in the Goshen School District. WhatsApp Facebook Twitter IndianaLocalNews Pinterest TAGScoronavirusCOVID-19e-learningGoshenGoshen High Schoolgoshen middle schoolGoshen School DistrictIndianalearningpandemicthanksgivingvirtual WhatsApp Facebook Pinterest Google+ By Brooklyne Beatty – November 13, 2020 0 342 Twitter Goshen Middle School, High School to go virtual starting Monday Previous articleIndiana lawmakers vote not to wear masks during next week’s meetingNext articleNotre Dame legend Paul Hornung has died Brooklyne Beatty
Highlights from a year of innovative teaching, breakthrough research, inventive student projects, and global impact: Summer 2011SEAS announced the creation of a graduate secondary field in computational science and engineering.Jonathan Zittrain, Professor of Law and Computer Science, was named a Distinguished Scholar-in-Residence of the Federal Communications Commission.Materials scientists and applied physicists at SEAS created a device that can identify unknown liquids based on surface tension.Jim Waldo, Gordon McKay Professor of the Practice of Computer Science, was named chief technology officer for Harvard University.Michelle Borkin ’06, Erez Lieberman Aiden, Ph.D. ’09, and Jean-Baptiste Michel, S.M. ’06, Ph.D. ’10, presented research on “astronomical medicine” and “culturomics” at TEDxBoston (videos here and here).A conference at SEAS celebrated the 80th birthday of Professor Michael Rabin, one of the most prominent computer scientists of the past 50 years.Bioengineers led by Kevin Kit Parker, Tarr Family Professor of Bioengineering and Applied Physics, identified the cellular mechanisms of traumatic brain injury.
Image source: MTCCMaldives Transport and Contracting Company (MTCC) officially kicked off the land reclamation operations in Shaviyani Atoll Komandoo last week, local media reports.Under this major development program, MTCC’s trailing suction hopper dredger ‘Mahaa Jarraafu’ will reclaim about ten hectares of new land within a period of approximately seven days.Commenting the project’s progress, the Vice President of the Komandoo Council, Mohamed Arif, stated that the speed of the land reclamation works is satisfactory.Komandoo consists of seven hectares of land which would be increased to fourteen once reclamation is done.The Vice President also added that – when the project is completed – the island’s powerhouse and the waste management center would be moved to the new land along with some leases for businesses.Image source: MTCC[mappress mapid=”25039″]