Forensic Science History

The “Eureka” legend of Archimedes (287-212 BC) can be considered an early account of the use of forensic science. In this case, by examining the principles of water displacement, Archimedes was able to prove that a certain crown was not made of gold, as it was being fraudulently claimed, by […]

Bethany College Equine Studies

Jeanne A. Curley

Located in Bethany, West Virginia, Bethany College offers students a Liberal Arts education and equine education through an interdisciplinary program.Through this program students are able to achieve their own personal objectives by integrating work from several different academic disciplines. Through an interdisciplinary major, students are able to incorporate their equine […]

Scripted Into

Jeanne A. Curley

“Pandemics such as COVID-19 render visible the deep-rooted inequalities across and within societies, seeded and catalyzed by over three decades of variegated neoliberal reforms. The trajectories of COVID-19 outbreaks as well as the effects of COVID-19-related policies render visible the inequalities that are written into the neoliberal organizing of political […]

Applications and Role of Data Science

Jeanne A. Curley

A company has to deal with a huge amount of data like salaries, employee’s data, customer’s data, customer’s feedbacks, etc. This data can be both in unstructured and structured form. A company would always want this data to be simple and comprehensive so they can make better, precise decisions and […]

Media Education: A Necessity

Jeanne A. Curley

NECESSITY OF MEDIA EDUCATION Introduction: Ever since the media world has come into existence, new ways of its influences in its daily life has been seen. What was considered to be a boon has been realized to be a bane in many ways. The use of the media is often […]

What is Scientific Inquiry?

Jeanne A. Curley

Scientific inquiry requires students to use higher order thinking skills as they learn science using a hands-on minds-on approach. Inquiry’s foundation has its roots in John Dewey’s book Democracy in Education (1916). In this book he describes how true learning begins with the curiosity of learners. Defining Scientific Inquiry His […]