Recently, Tom Cruise former sidekick Nicole Kidman was quoted by the Associated Press as saying: “I wish that I hadn been born with red hair and fair skin” as she is concerned about the amount sun exposure and its direct link to an increased risk for skin cancer. She should know, too. After all, she hails from Australia where skin cancer is an exploding epidemic.Subsequently, Australia is the leading the world in heightening the quality of skin cancer prevention education and proactive sun safety behavior.
Weiss (“The Pretender”) is 56. Comedian Adam Ferrara (“Rescue Me”) is 52. Bassist Robert DeLeo of Stone Temple Pilots is 52. Paul Klee prints greatly influenced both Surrealists and Abstract Expressionists, though the artist himself identified with no single artistic movement. Klee was a Swiss painter and was recognized as one of the most original masters of modern art. Rather than associating himself with a specific type of art, he let the bold, imaginative images and innovations of his fantastic works speak for themselves..
Carl has taught at Columbia, UC Berkeley, Harvard’s Kennedy School, andis currently visiting faculty at UC Davis’ Center for Regional Change. He has published widely and is the recipient of numerous awards including the Trailblazer Award from the Sierra Club, UC Davis Community Engagement Award, and the Duveneck Humanitarian Award. His work has influenced the lives of thousandsof American communities..
She was recently awarded a fellowship by the Dorothy and Lewis B.Robert Klitzman, professor of clinical psychiatry at the College of Physicians and Surgeons and the Mailman School of Public Health, is co founder of the University’s Center for Bioethics and director of the Master of Science in Bioethics program in the School of Continuing Education. His books include “A Year long Night: Tales of a Medical Internship,” “Being Positive: The Lives of Men and Women with HIV” and “Am I My Genes? Confronting Fate and Family Secrets in the Age of Genetic Testing.”Ben Marcus is a professor of writing in the School of the Arts. His stories and essays have appeared in “Harper’s,” “The New Yorker,” “The Paris Review” and other publications and he is fiction editor of “The American Reader.” This fall (2013) he will be a Berlin Prize Fellow at the American Academy in Berlin.Ira Sachs is an adjunct professor of film at the School of the Arts.
Melissa: We took 111 students and randomized them into four groups, dividing them by gender and also by how well they were doing in the class up to that point. We did that to avoid biasing the results based on any kind of imbalance between the groups. It was completely optional and didn’t affect the students’ grades, but a good percentage of the students really wanted to be part of the study.