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Are These the Best Dumpling Spots in the Bay Area? | Bay Area Bites | KQED Food
Dumplings! We know them, we love them and we all have our favorite spots for them. Here's what Bay Area dumpling lovers recommended.
food  dumplings  kqed 
october 2019 by craigrosa
Pregnant moms who breathe dirty air have children with lower IQs, study finds | KQED Science
A new study focusing on mothers who breathe soot-laden air adds to a growing body of research into how air pollution affects cognitive development. Dr. Catherine Karr, professor of pediatrics at the UW, is quoted.
Department:Pediatrics  UW:Medicine  !UWitM  2019  regl  KQED  Karr.Catherine 
august 2019 by uwnews
9 Types of Local Stories that Cause Engagement | NPR Digital Services
When you come across a story about your town, city or state, what makes you want to share it? That’s a question we’ve been asking here at NPR Digital
journalism  web  kqed  news  social 
july 2019 by craigrosa
What two sisters with a rare heart condition taught doctors about our genes | KQED Science
Tatiana and Anna Legiky have LVNC, a rare heart condition. After eleven years, their cardiologist finally knows why. Lea Starita, a research assistant professor of genome sciences, is quoted.
KQED  !UWitM  2019  regl  Department:Genome.Sciences  UW:Medicine  Starita.Lea 
july 2019 by uwnews
Trump's pending rules on California water marked by missing documents and hurried reviews, say scientists | KQED
Independent scientists have raised serious concerns about a Trump administration plan to divert more water to California farmers, according to documents obtained by KQED. John Skalski, professor of aquatic and fishery sciences at the UW, and James Anderson, a UW research professor of aquatic and fishery sciences, are quoted.
Anderson.James  !UWitM  2019  regl  KQED  School:Aquatic&FisheriesSciences  College:Environment 
july 2019 by uwnews
Crows are crowding Bay Area skies — why? | KQED
Why are there so many crows in the Bay Area? Are crows replacing other familiar birds, such as mockingbirds, blue jays and red-winged blackbirds? Is there a plan to reduce crow populations? John Marzluff, professor of environmental and forest sciences at the UW, and Kaeli Swift, a postdoctoral researcher in environmental and forest sciences, are quoted.
Swift.Kaeli  Marzluff.John  crows  !UWitM  2019  KQED  regl  School:Environmental&Forest.Sciences  College:Environment 
june 2019 by uwnews
What students gain from learning ethics in school | KQED
Though sought after, ethics classes are largely absent from schools. Jana Lone, director of the UW Center for Philosophy for Children, is quoted.
KQED  !UWitM  2019  regl  Center.Philosophy.Children  Lone.Jane 
may 2019 by uwnews
From the archive: Bayview Hunters Point Community Support S.F. State Strike | December, 1968 - YouTube
"KQED news footage from December 4, 1968 featuring the African American community of Bayview Hunters Point at San Francisco State College, supporting the Black Students Union and Third World Liberation Front in their efforts to establish a college of Ethnic Studies.

Includes scenes of Eloise Westbrook and Ruth Williams speaking to enthusiastic crowds. Westbrook emphasizes that: "I want you to know I'm a black woman, I'm a mother and I have 15 grandchildren. And I want a college that I can be proud of! ... I only have but one life to give children, when I die I'm dead. And you'd better believe it. But I'm dying for the rights of people." Williams exclaims: "I'm from the ghetto community and at the sound of my voice, when I rise up just about the masses of Hunters Point rises up too! So I am, I am supporting the Black Students Union, the World Liberation group 100 per cent!"

There are also views of Adam Rogers and Sylvester Brown marching with students on campus and standing with other community leaders like Dr. Carlton Goodlett, Rev. Cecil Williams, Ron Dellums and a young Danny Glover.

Part of the KQED collection of the Bay Area TV Archive at SF State University: https://diva.sfsu.edu/collections/sfbatv "
sfsu  1968  sanfrancisco  history  eloisewestbrook  ruthwilliams  ethnicstudies  protest  activism  kqed  adamrogers  sylvsterbrown  carltongoodlett  ceciwilliams  strikes  rondellums  dannyglover  blackstudentsunion  hunterspoint  colleges  universities  highereducation  highered  education  race 
february 2019 by robertogreco
Camp Fire death toll rises to 42, making it the deadliest wildfire in state history | KQED News
Last night officials confirmed that 42 people are dead as a result of Butte County's Camp Fire. That makes it the deadliest single fire in state history. A recent study from the UW about how wildfires disproportionately affect people in poverty and people of color is referenced. Phil Levin, professor of environmental and forest sciences at the UW, is interviewed.
KQED  !UWitM  2018  regl  Levin.Phil  School:Environmental&Forest.Sciences  College:Environment  wildfire 
november 2018 by uwnews
KQED Learn | Discussions
replaces lowdown. need to add to OVR paper. more student participatory... than lowdown.
kqed  LOWDOWN  videopedagogy  PBS  PBSDS 
october 2018 by michaelvmiller

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