News Clips for Nov. 8, 2018

Best in class: Here's where Texas' Fortune 500 CEOs studied

To be a Fortune 500 CEO in the state of Texas, it doesn't take an Ivy League education. In fact, only one CEO attended such a hallowed institution, according to research from Kittleman & Associates by way of Digital Third Coast, which looked into undergraduate backgrounds of Fortune 500 CEOs across the U.S.

Salt Lake Tribune photos of the month for October 2018

Here are some of the best photos made by Tribune photographers throughout October. To keep up with our photographers, follow The Salt Lake Tribune on Instagram.

Are there geographic disparities in death due to traumatic brain injury for US veterans?

There are known racial and ethnic disparities in death due to traumatic brain injury (TBI) and a new study has now examined if there is an association between TBI mortality and where a U.S. veteran lives. The study showed that, among veterans with TBI, mortality was higher for those living in the U.S. territories compared to the mainland, as reported in an article published in Health Equity.

Study examines geographic disparities in TBI mortality among U.S. veterans

There are known racial and ethnic disparities in death due to traumatic brain injury (TBI) and a new study has now examined if there is an association between TBI mortality and where a U.S. veteran lives. The study showed that, among veterans with TBI, mortality was higher for those living in the U.S. territories compared to the mainland, as reported in an article published in Health Equity, a new peer-reviewed open access journal from Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers.

2018 AAP Award Winners

The award winners’ AAP committee, section and council affiliations are listed except when they are a member of the same group issuing the award.

Marshfield’s InvenTeam aims to solve real world problem

Marshfield High School’s InvenTeam identified a safety need and solution last school year. The group then spent the summer researching ways to make their solution a reality. Now, with the help of a $10,000 grant from a program at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, they’re planning to make their solution a reality. The InvenTeam, comprised of 11 students, was recently awarded a $10,000 grant to invent a bandsaw safety sensor device, one of 15 schools in the nation selected following a multi-stage application process. The team’s project was selected as one of 35 projects for further consideration in the spring.

Family Affairs

Depending on how you look at things, Katharine Coles' Look Both Ways has been a journey 17 years in the making, or maybe more than 20 years, or perhaps more than 90 years. When you go diving into a complicated family history, it's easy to get lost.