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Fla. and Temple University of PhiladelphiaUND also ranked well on lists of best online graduate business programs both including and excluding MBAs Overall the university ranked 192 out of 311 national schools including private universities When counting only among 132 public schools UND was in the 102 spotOnline education has been a focus point for the university as it looks to expand its reach to a wider variety of students Part of that move has specifically reached out to members of the US military and in December UND was approved as an official partner to offer online courses to Air Force personnelMLK observanceThough the digital realm is a bigger part of modern studies than it’s ever been the offline experience hasn’t gone away That’s evidenced by UND’s Monday commemoration of the 50th year of Martin Luther King Jr Day the federal holiday that honors the civil rights leader assassinated in 1968UND President Mark Kennedy said the events planned for Monday are "going to be a bigger than average deal this year" to match the occasion of the 50th anniversary of King’s deathThis year’s event will be co-hosted by the city of Grand Forks at the Gorecki Alumni Center on the UND campus The commemoration will include a performance by the Grand Cities Children’s Choir as well as remarks from UND President Mark Kennedy and Grand Forks Mayor Michael Brown There will also be live music and a display of artwork from the University Children’s Learning CenterThe public is invited to attend from 11 am to 12:30 pm Monday at the centerThose at the Monday rally pushed lawmakers to pass legislation setting solar electricity generation standards for utility companies encouraging solar production and shifting to other energy production methods"That transition may cost a few extra dollars" Dayton said but it is worth it to assure a cleaner environment in the stateHe added that first lawmakers and advocates need to convince everyone there is a problem Some utility companies are resisting energy changes Dayton said"Before we can make progress we have to stave off being pushed even farther back" he saidOther speakers said moving toward more clean energy use such as from wind and solar power will help create jobs for Minnesotans as well as helping the environmentThe rally on Earth Day was part of the Minnesota Clean Energy and Jobs campaign a coalition of labor youth faith environment and business representativesMilitary aid votedPart of a funding bill passed during the weekend is designed to help military families and veteransThe bill ups Veterans Affairs Department funding 18 percent"Members of our military and their families make many sacrifices and all of us benefit" Rep Mary Murphy DFL-Hermantown said "This legislation will allow us to better support veterans and their families The bill includes improved higher education affordability and will provide assistance for Minnesota veterans who are homeless"The Minnesota GI Bill would provide an education benefit to the spouse or child of soldiers killed in the line of dutyThe bill also provides permanent honor guard funding for current or former military members In recent years there has not been enough money for honor guardsLimited arts tripsRep Mary Sawatzky convinced fellow lawmakers to restrict the state Arts Board from sending grant recipients out of the countryThe Willmar Democrat took her inspiration from Republicans who complained that the Arts Board gave an artist a grant for a Bora Bora trip"I don’t think that’s a responsible way to use our taxpayers dollars" she saidUnder her amendment the Arts Board must restrict travel to Minnesota unless the cost is less than 5 percent of the total grantService animal change A bill signed into law Monday by Gov Mark Dayton is meant to make it easier for people with disabilities to use service animalsThe law makes it clear that the animals such as dogs helping the blind are service animals and not pets It also removes a law provision requiring service animals be identified as suchThe law brings Minnesota into compliance with the federal Americans with Disabilities ActMassive dunes some of them 100 meters tall and a kilometer or more wide at their base cover about one-eighth of Titan’s surface And they take an exceptionally long time to form according to a new study Using radar data gleaned by the Cassini probe when it occasionally swooped past Saturn’s haze-shrouded moon researchers mapped the orientation of about 10000 crests of linear dunes in Titan’s four largest dune fields (The dunes artist’s depiction shown are likely made of tiny sand-sized particles of frozen hydrocarbons produced by light-driven chemical reactions within the dense orange clouds that swaddle the moon) Single dunes in those fields like frozen waves often stretch unbroken for dozens of kilometers The new analysis also spotted for the first time areas where dunes weren’t so sharply defined In many of those regions smaller features superimposed on the larger dunes had been sculpted by winds that blew on average at a 23° angle from those that had formed the older features Computer simulations suggest that it would take about 3000 Saturn years (or 88200 Earth years) to shift Titan’s dunes to the extent seen in the images the researchers report online today in Nature Geoscience That interval is far longer than any daily or seasonal cycles in weather the satellite might experience the researchers say Therefore they contend the shifts in winds must result from long-term climate cycles associated with variations in Saturn’s orbit A similar phenomenon has taken place on Earth the researchers note: The overall patterns in many large dune fields in the southwestern Sahara and the southwestern United States shaped by the winds that blew during the most recent ice age more than 10000 years ago remain largely unaffected by modern winds that now blow in a different directionLondon: Pro-European lawmakers in Britain on Thursday branded as "unacceptable" a compromiseamendmentto prime minister Theresa May’s flagshipBrexitlegislation casting fresh doubt on her fraught EU exit strategy May avoided a major blow Tuesday afterMPsrejected a plan that would have given parliament a veto on any deal with Brussels and removed her power to leave the bloc without an agreement She won over would-be rebels with a pledge that the government would address their concerns about having a "meaningful vote" in the event of a no-deal scenario File image of Theresa May Reuters But anamendmentissued Thursday detailing what must happen if the withdrawal agreement or future relationship with the EU is deadlocked on 21 January 2019 failed to appeaseMPs It would give them a vote on only a "neutral" motion confirming that they have considered an unamendable statement by a minister on the issue The document drew instant rebuke from leading pro-RemainMPsfrom both May’s ruling Conservative party and opposition ranks "It is unacceptable in my view" leading pro-EU Tory Dominic Grieve told Britain’s Press Association "It totally negates the point of theamendment which was to giveMPsa say" He added that the final text of theamendment which had been tabled in the House of Lords at the last possible moment had been changed from wording which he believed had been earlier agreed ShadowBrexitsecretary Keir Starmer said theamendmentwas "not good enough" "Theresa May has gone back on her word and offered anamendmentthat takes the meaning out of the meaningful vote" he added "Parliament cannot — and should not — accept it" But a spokesperson for the Department for Exiting the EU insisted it had "listened" to the rebels’ concerns in theamendmentand givenMPsthe chance to vote under several different scenarios "But this remains hypothetical and the Government is confident we will agreeto a good deal with the EU which Parliament will support" it added in a statement The row heightens the chance of a stinging defeat for May over the EU Withdrawal Bill in the coming weeks ahead of a crunch summit of European leaders in Brussels on 28 June The legislation would formally end Britain’s membership of the bloc and transfer more than 40 years of European law on to the British statute booksAccording to a university press release That would be the solution. 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