American Academy Of Arts And Sciences

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American Academy Of Arts And Sciences
American Academy Of Arts And Sciences is listed in the Publishers Books category in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Displayed below are the social networks for American Academy Of Arts And Sciences which include a Facebook page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of American Academy Of Arts And Sciences on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 98.

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136 Irving St
Cambridge, MA 02138
(617) 576-5000

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RT @danielmrossman: "alternative pathways & credentials have conceptual & practical appeal, evidence of their efficacy is thin & quality as…


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RT @sarageorgini: Cool manuscript seen today: @americanacad votes thanks to John Adams for copy of his Defence, fwd'd by @Harvard president…

American Academy of Arts and Sciences at American Academy of Arts and Sciences.
Today at the House of the Academy, legal scholars and scientists are meeting to discuss "Science and the Legal System," an exploratory project chaired by Shari Diamond and Richard Lempert.
The Exploratory Fund was established in 2015 to support Members who wish to work together, and with other scholars, experts, and practitioners, to look over the horizon for issues and opportunities not well understood, to think of problems in a fresh way, and to search for connections between resear...

American Academy of Arts and Sciences shared Modern Language Association's post.
Increased language proficiency will help Americans to get along and America to get ahead. Full #LangReport: https://www.amacad.org/language
Two new reports indicate a decline in language study in the United States despite student interest:
There has been a significant decline in the number of middle schools offering world languages: from 75 percent in 1997 to 58 percent in 2008.

The latest paper from the Commission on the Future of Undergraduate Education (https://www.amacad.org/cfue) delves into the complex universe of alternatives to the "archetypal" college education.
Millions of Americans receive postsecondary training through programs that don’t lead to an associate’s or bachelor’s degree. What do these programs offer? Who enrolls in them? How do the students who complete these programs fare? These are some of the…

American Academy of Arts and Sciences added 3 new photos from July 18 at 4:00pm.
So pleased to have Nancy Andrews, the Academy's new Chair of the Board, join Academy staff for a reception!

American Academy of Arts and Sciences added 2 new photos.
#OnThisDay in 1796: the Rumford Prize was established to reward innovation in heat or light and has since been awarded over 60 times. In Count Rumford's plan, the gift would be awarded to persons making important discoveries or useful improvements involving heat or light, "the preference always being given to such discoveries as shall, in the opinion of the Academy, tend most to promote the good of mankind." #otd in #academyhistory