Corrections

Nov. 17, 2010
Corrections:A Previous version of this story misspelled the name of the company Alta Gracia.
Nov. 08, 2010
Corrections:A previous version of this story incorrectly identified Alejandro De La Mora's major, the department in which Paul Imbertson teaches and the time at which Innovative Engineers received its office space.
Nov. 08, 2010
Corrections:This article previously stated incorrectly the name of John Brockman, president of the American Medical Student Association.
Oct. 28, 2010
Corrections:A previous version of this story incorrectly identified Kristin Weeks Duncanson as a lobbyist. Duncanson is vice-chair of the board of directors of the Minnesota Agri-Growth Council, a lobbying firm, and a former director of the American Soybean Association, an organization that lobbies the federal government, but is not a registered lobbyist.
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  • Daily Editorial Board
Oct. 12, 2010
Corrections:A previous version of this editorial incorrectly stated the University received sanctions from the National Department of Health and that Dr. John Najarian was a spinal surgeon. The National Institutes of Health imposed sanctions on the University and Dr. John Najarian is a transplant surgeon.
Oct. 11, 2010
Corrections:A previous version of this story stated that Massoud Amin “saw his village transform” after electricity was introduced. Amin witnessed villages in rural Iran transform after electricity was introduced, but not in his own hometown.
Oct. 04, 2010
Corrections:A previous version of this story incorrectly stated the type of meeting at which the dry-house policy decision was made.
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  • The Editorial Board
Sep. 14, 2010
Corrections:A previous version of this story misidentified the author of the Mother Jones article. It was written by Carl Elliott.
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  • Taylor Selcke
Sep. 08, 2010
Corrections:This article incorrectly stated the language of the new law. The law states that university and college health services are able to report mental emergencies to parents. Also, this article incorrectly stated that Boynton previously only notified parents of physical emergencies. Boynton also reported life-threatening mental emergencies.
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  • Miranda Taylor
Aug. 04, 2010
Corrections:This article incorrectly stated the amount of public funding Ohio's Third Frontier program has received. It has received more than $2 billion in overall funding.
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