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Earthquakes cannot be predicted, seismologists say
The Washington Post
Feb. 6, 2023

Scientists cannot predict major earthquakes, but they can calculate the probability of a significant earthquake in a certain region within a range of years.

“Earthquakes cannot be predicted,” said Bryan Castillo, a geology professor at California State University in San Bernardino. “However, the magnitude of an earthquake can be estimated by looking at the size of tectonic faults in the region.”

Judging What Others Enjoy: Desirability and Observability of Interests
Journal of Career Assessment

The abstract in an article by Miranda M. McIntyre, assistant professor of psychology, reads, in part, “Interests guide major life decisions such as choosing a career path, yet little is known about the subjective characteristics of individual differences in interests. Prior research on personality traits has demonstrated that subjective trait perceptions influence the validity and reliability of personality assessments. The current work expands the study of these subjective characteristics to individual differences in interests.”

A Review of Social Media Efficiency Over a 3-Year Period to Promote a Hospitality Management Program at a Southwestern University
Journal of Marketing Development and Competitiveness

Joseph Tormey (hospitality management) and Eric Newman (marketing) published an article about the use of social media marketing to promote the hospitality management program, which was inspired by the challenge to start a new academic program during the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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