Public Policy and Social Problem Solving | Stanford Law School

Public policy and social problem solving introduces policy analysis methods, evidence-based learning methods, theories and social perspectives on injustice and how to think deeply about political institutions. As you can see from Guide to SLS Courses in Policy and Social Problem Solving, Courses teach such as microeconomics, policy writing, law analysis and development, and how … Read more

Penn State Dickinson’s law introduces anti-racism courses

Penn State Dixon Law, one of the oldest schools of American law, and other campuses are improving their curriculum with the aim of learning how to combat racism. Inspired by events, including the assassination of George Floyd, Carlisle, a parochial school, created a one-year course called “Equal Protection of Race and Law.” It teaches students … Read more

A new power line program and training space has now opened at St. Petersburg College Florida

St. Petersburg, Florida – St. Petersburg College (SCC) has opened a new Florida Training Center at the College’s Allstate Center. In partnership with Duke Energy and Power Town Line Construction, the center will be home to SPC’s new power line program. SPC President Dr. Tonjuwa Williams said: Thank you for your generosity and support for … Read more

The Golden Age of Electric Vehicles Key to Transportation Power

By Johnny Lupsha, current events writer Automotive companies such as GM and Volvo plan to simplify gas-powered vehicles by 2036. Meanwhile, Tesla cars have always been electric and startups like Rivian are supplying power to Amazon. Electric vehicles are more energy efficient. More recently, a 30-megabyte, 300-mile minivan has been replaced by a 10-gallon gas … Read more

Sustainable Power – High countries to pursue degrees

Sustainable Energy Degrees is the teaching of all renewable energy sources. This includes solar, wind, ocean power, and so on. These classes are usually offered at international engineering schools to keep students up-to-date. It also tackles the challenges of using natural resources to reduce waste, reduce pollution, and reduce energy consumption – primarily to save … Read more

Newton’s Third Law of Motion and the Theory of Momentum

By Robert M. Hazen, PhD, George Mason University The Hidden Third Act of Equality and Opposing Forces brought the law of speeding into a new concept. Isaac Newton developed mathematical laws for predicting the movement of objects anywhere in the universe. How did the concept of speed and protection laws help to understand different aspects … Read more