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MSU welcomes high school students from rural districts for advanced physics, computer science program

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Students and teachers taking part in the Advanced STEM Summer Preparatory Program at Mississippi State University are pictured with Stedman Graham, an educator, businessman and bestselling author, who spoke to students virtually this week to share advice and answer questions about how to develop skills needed for success. Students are holding copies of Graham’s book “Teens Can Make it Happen: Nine Steps for Success.” (Photo submitted)

STARKVILLE, Miss.—Nearly 100 promising Mississippi high school students from 13 rural districts are finishing their second week of the Advanced STEM Summer Preparatory Program at Mississippi State University to prepare for

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DXC Technology Welcomes Brenda Tsai as Chief Marketing and Communications Officer

TYSONS, Va.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–DXC Technology (NYSE:DXC), a leading technology services company today announced that it has appointed Brenda Tsai as Executive Vice President and Chief Marketing and Communications Officer. Tsai will report to DXC President and Chief Executive Officer Mike Salvino. Tsai will be responsible for leading all areas of the DXC global marketing and communications function.

“Brenda is a strategic, result-oriented leader who brings deep marketing experience to DXC,” Salvino said. “She’s an outstanding addition to our leadership team and will play an integral role in helping to drive DXC’s continued transformation and next level of

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US urges dialogue with farmers, access to internet, welcomes agricultural reforms



a group of people standing in front of a crowd: US on farmers protest


US on farmers protest

The United States of America has called for a “dialogue” with the farmers of India, urging the Indian government to recognise “peaceful protests” and allow “access” to the internet.

Responding to queries posed by India Today, a US State Department spokesperson on Thursday said, “We recognise that peaceful protests are a hallmark of any thriving democracy, and note that the Indian Supreme Court has stated the same. We encourage that any differences between the parties be resolved through dialogue.”

The Indian government, on its part, through a statement issued by the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA)

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