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“We’ve had students literally teach the class on the side to their friends who weren’t enrolled,” he says.
In its latest ad campaign, online matchmaker shows no love for e Harmony.com, its older and larger competitor.
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Evans divides the course into two parts: first, he says, “We reframe the problem. Then we give them a set of tools and ideas to take steps to start building the way forward.” Each course section convenes for one quarter, two hours per week.
I have undertaken this research in a range of glacierized and glaciated settings, including the Canadian high arctic, Iceland, Norway, the Canadian prairies, Ireland, Svalbard, the Himalaya and Britain.