This article will examine the question how does the housing market create a recession — and keep it going longer than it might otherwise last.
Learn more about how utilities may be using your sewage in the future. Energy from sewage and sludge could power your home — and help drive your bill from the power station down.
This article gives a brief overview of programs for students look to carry out summer research at USF.
This is a basic overview of how grant funding for doctoral studies works, with links to some helpful organizations.
This article gives you some factors to consider before you choose a graduate program in psychology, and then lists some of the top programs in the United States.
This is an overview of the university’s research successes, followed by a look at Johns Hopkins’ most sought-after graduate programs.
In many school systems, the study of the Holocaust during World War II takes place during middle school, and many curricula include “The Diary of Anne Frank” in those units. This article will help students grasp the nature of the Holocaust through a modern geopolitical catastrophe.
If you’re going to be in Germany between Thanksgiving and Christmas, don’t miss the Christkindlmart, or Christmas Market, in Munich.
This would work best as a take-home essay test, or you could use it as an essay for block-scheduling. It is geared for Pre-AP (honors) 8th grade, or regular 9th grade.
How is the German alphabet different from the alphabet we use in English? Not that different, after all, but there are some key concepts you’ll need to understand to learn the German language.
Even the hot air around us can be captured and reused.