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17-23. The local Emassee-Robert Grierson DAR (Daughters of the American Revolution) Chapter recently celebrated Constitution Week with several activities to include the "Bells Across America" event and a proclamation from Dothan Mayor Mark Saliba. The United States Constitution stands as a testament to the tenacity of Americans throughout history to maintain their liberties, freedoms, and inalienable rights. This celebration of the Constitution was started by the Daughters of the American Revolution. In 1955, DAR petitioned Congress to set aside Sept. 17-23 annually to be dedicated for the observance of Constitution Week. The resolution was later adopted by the U.S. Congress and signed into public law on August 2, 1956, by President Dwight D. Eisenhower.

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Kim McGhee Paula Traktman, CGS dean; and SC-SWIFT interns Julia Lefler and Catherine Mills. In a recent article in the Journal of Clinical and Translational Science (JCTS), an MUSC team describes an internship in the College of Graduate Studies  (CGS) that aims to build lay communication skills in scientists in training. “Communication and trust between scientists and the lay public is not as good as it try this site could be,” said Kimberly McGhee, Ph.D., a professional science writer with the South Carolina Clinical & Translational Research Institute (SCTR), CGS director of science communication initiatives and lead author of the article. “We’re trying to teach scientists in training to provide good, solid information about science in a lay-friendly way to address gaps and restore trust.”  The COVID-19 pandemic continues to be a stark reminder of the this site importance of keeping lines of communication open between scientists and the lay public and the dangers of failing to do so. “By showing that scientists don’t have an ulterior motive and are not too snooty to sit down and say ‘let me explain this to you,’ the interns can change minds,” said Paula Traktman, Ph.D. , CGS dean and senior author of the article. Since its start in 2016, over 25 graduate students and postdoctoral fellows have participated in the Science Writing Initiative for Trainees (SC-SWIFT) program. Interns are mentored by McGhee and Matthew Greseth, Ph.D., a scientist himself, who also serves as CGS assistant director of science communication initiatives and editor of the CGS Speaks blog and is co-author of the article. The interns have written more than 100 EurekAlert!

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Humans are good at thinking rationally, but it takes time and requires energy, so we’ve evolved to make most of our everyday decisions instantly and instinctively – without conscious thinking. So we have to keep in with the tribe; make sure we’re not kicked out. This is where moral attitudes come from. Morality is about how we treat others. Greene says “morality is a set of psychological adaptations that allow otherwise selfish individuals to reap the benefits of co-operation”. You can get competition within tribes, but mainly they’re about co-operation for mutual benefit. We co-operate to organise enough food and shelter, but also for the group’s protection against its enemies, animal or human. As tribe members, the moral issue we face is “me versus us”. We’ve evolved to remember to suppress unbridled self-interest and treat others well. Thus we’re good at co-operating in shared objectives, and our moral standards involve punishing others who fail to co-operate. This co-operation does much to explain our success in becoming the dominant species and in radically transforming the world to make ourselves more comfortable. Greene says we’ve defeated most of our natural enemies.

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USOPC will require Covid-19 vaccine for all US athletes at Beijing Games Updated 4:02 AM ET, Thu September 23, 2021 Mikaela Shiffrin: Don't want to have to choose between 'morality vs being able to do your job' Male artistic swimmers are helping to redefine what masculinity means The United States Olympic & Paralympic Committee (USOPC) on Wednesday said all US athletes hoping to compete at the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics will need to be vaccinated against Covid-19. "Effective Nov. 1, 2021, the U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Committee will require all USOPC staff, athletes and those utilizing USOPC facilities -- including the training centers -- to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19," USOPC CEO Sarah Hirshland wrote in a letter reviewed by Reuters. "This requirement will also apply to our full Team USA delegation at future Olympic and Paralympic Games." Athletes and staff would have an opportunity to obtain a medical or religious exemption to the mandate, the USOPC said. None of the major North American sports leagues require their athletes to be vaccinated. The International Olympic Committee did not require athletes who competed at the Tokyo Games to be vaccinated, although it was encouraged. The Winter Olympics in Beijing begin in February next year. Hirshland said the USOPC had hoped Covid-19 restrictions would be lifted by the end of the pandemic-delayed Tokyo Games, but in reality the pandemic is "far from over." "This step will increase our ability to create a safe and productive environment for Team USA athletes and staff, and allow us to restore consistency in planning, preparation and service to athletes," she said.

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