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In tonight’s making a difference. It was all smiles today at a eugene organization that got a half million dollar shot in the arm. Kezi nine news reporter brady wakayama was there for the happy announcement. Star travis smith was killed in a tragic car accident at ball state university. But as sports director rick semmler shows us. Smith is still having a big impact in muncie more than a decade later.
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Speaking to an audience in Bogota, Colombia this week, Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg appeared to suggest another reason for Glass’s failure to take hold in the public imagination: the device just looks “weird”. Asked to predict how tech hardware might evolve, Mr Zuckerberg said: “In another 10 to 15 years we will have something that we can wear. Maybe it will look like just normal glasses so it won’t look weird like some of the stuff that exists today.”.
She brings to Akron Children a wide range of experiences in teaching and psychology, working with children and teens with chronic illnesses and learning problems in both clinical and school environments.After earning a bachelor degree in psychology from the University of Mount Union in Alliance, Dr. Lindsay earned her master degree in cognitive psychology and doctorate in pediatric school psychology from Lehigh University in Bethlehem, Pa. Her research includes investigating the contributions of disease severity, psychological factors, and cognition to behavioral functioning in youth with chronic illnesses.She recently completed her fellowship in pediatric psychology at Akron Children Hospital, where she worked with patients in the Healthy Weight Clinic, on the hospital consultation/liaison service, and in the Showers Center for Childhood Cancer and Blood Disorders.