The university system said a reference to the potential "enacting of a de-tenure process" was "inadvertent and incorrect." But faculty members remain leery.
A group of universities in the Washington area are betting that the certifications will help convince employers that students are picking up essential skills.
But data collected by the activist group People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals suggest that such animal use rose nearly 73 percent from 1997 to 2012.
Humanities scholars and computer scientists team up on a study of a century-old pandemic, with echoes of current outbreaks.
Data collected by the activist group People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals suggest that animal use in university labs rose nearly 73 percent from 1997 to 2012.
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