5 Tips For Acing The LCSW Exam

A person who has worked as a social worker, can add an additional qualification by taking the Licensed Clinical Social Worker Exam (abbreviated as the LCSW). This will enhance the career opportunities available to them and often their income. However, like all exams it is necessary to prepare for the LCSW in the right way. […]

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Weekly News Digest, No. 28

Happy summer and welcome to the twenty-seventh installment of the Project on Civil Discourse’s Weekly News Digest, hosted on our Real Talk blog. Campus Speech  Richard Adams, education editor, writes about the UK policy that aims to prevent the recruitment of terrorism. According to Corey Stoughton, director of Liberty, the UK’s Prevent Strategy is the “biggest threat […]

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HOPE

Sebastien Delcasso from the Graybiel lab at MIT published a method for developing a brain implant called “HOPE” for combining with optogenetics, pharmacology, and electrophysiology: HOPE (hybrid-drive combining optogenetics, pharmacology, and electrophysiology) is a method that simplifies the construction of a drivable and multi-task recording implant. HOPE is a new type of implant that can […]

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What is Legitimate?

The course explores how and why equilibria around questions of legitimate action in the areas of domestic governance, foreign policy, and international interventions form and why they often remain contentious. The course encourages students to understand ideas of legitimacy as bound in time and space, i.e., what is considered legitimate by some societies at some […]

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The Era of Bad Feelings

America is more divided than ever today. Or is that true? How far back does this phenomenon go? The course examines the politics, culture, and history behind the current Era of Bad Feelings from the Civil Rights and Vietnam era to the present. The class will explore these issues through critical readings, lectures, guest speakers, […]

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