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IEHA, a Division of ISSA, and the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV) William F. Harrah College of Hospitality (HCOH) have agreed to partner on research to assist hotel housekeepers. The organizations will work together to further shared goals of research-driven education for directors of housekeeping in hotels, casinos, cruise ships, and similar venues worldwide.
'Brands Should Look at Women and Sports as a Business Investment'
Nearly half of all women across the Americas, Europe and Asia say they are interested or very interested in sports, according to Nielsen’s latest Women and Sport Report. But according to Samantha Baier and Sade Ayodele, co-leaders of the Digital Sports Group at Taylor, brands are slow to realize the marketing opportunity this offers.
Tooth fossils found filled a gap of six million years in the evolution of primates.
Terry Spell and Dawn Reynoso of the University of Nevada joined the group, which opened a new species of narrow-nosed primates that lived about 22 million years ago. They were called Alophia - on the found remains of the teeth of these monkeys there were no special crests distinguishing them from the fossils of the teeth belonging to the younger subspecies.