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University of Dayton Wins National Supplier Diversity Award: University of Dayton, Ohio

The University of Dayton received the Jesse L. Moore Supplier 2022 Diversity Award, a national recognition from INSIGHT Into Diversity magazine honoring colleges and universities that take proactive steps to support and engage with minority-owned businesses. The publication selected the winners for their efforts in recruiting, hiring and retaining suppliers …

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Start of Cornish Presidency draws mixed reactions

While many in the Ithaca College community are happy to have a president who knows the college well and can provide consistency, some are concerned about the transparency of the presidential search process. Dave Lissy ’87, chairman of the Ithaca College board of trustees, announced March 7 that the board …

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The Nashville Ledger

FLIGHT. 46 | NO. 9 | Friday, March 4, 2022 The law firm Gullett Sanford Robinson & Martin PLLC brought Mr. Clark Spoden into the firm as a partner in the litigation department of the firm. His practice focuses on representing companies in matters of contracts, employment, environment, administrative law, …

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Economic recovery still needs political support

The second advance estimate (2AE) of GDP, released on Monday, forecast real growth for FY22 of 8.9%, compared to 9.2% in the first advance estimate released in January. However, the momentum of the recovery and of activity is best judged by quarterly growth (since this is of more immediate importance). …

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Hirings and promotions SC | Business

Architecture Tammy Griffin joined Architecture Liollio as an administrative assistant. She has 19 years of experience as a paralegal. Banking Blake Dressler was promoted to president of the Charleston market at First trusted bank. Previously, he was senior vice president and senior commercial lender. He has over 13 years of …

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Hearts of Gold Gala, Grand Opening of LSC-K for Fire Training Center

Suburb // Humble/Kingwood David Taylor, Personal editor February 12, 2022 1of2 FamilyTime Crisis and Counseling Center hosted its 29th annual Hearts of Gold Gala, celebrating its 2021 Women of Achievement. Pictured front row, left to right, Deborah Rose Miller, real estate agent and owner of Rose Realty LLC; Rose Austin, …

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Beloved psychology professor Sarina Saturn leaves UP

Few people can say they are more connected to The Bluff than Associate Professor of Psychological Sciences Sarina Saturn. His parents – both UP alumni – met through the UP International Club, and Saturn grew up in University Park, making regular visits to campus. Years later, she found herself at …

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News desk | ILLINOIS

CHAMPAIGN, Ill. — Five professors at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign have been named scholars in recognition of their excellence in teaching, scholarship and service. Since an in-person celebration was not possible a year ago due to COVID-19 precautions, a gathering in honor of two years of Urbana campus scholars …

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Arkansas Nanotechnology Researcher Jin-Woo Kim Named IEEE Fellow

UA System Agriculture Division photo by Fred Miller Jin-Woo Kim, a professor of biological and agricultural engineering, was recently made a member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. Jin-Woo Kim, a professor and researcher at the Arkansas Agricultural Experiment Station, was inducted as a member of the Institute …

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Award honoring Paul Cronan created by the Cordes Teaching and Teacher Support Center

Photo submitted Paul Cronan, Information Systems Department A prize rewarding Paul Cronan, co-founder of the Cordes teaching and faculty support centre, was recently created. The award, The Paul Cronan Technology Teaching Excellence Award, will be presented in 2022 and the winner will be recognized at the Fall 2022 Annual Teaching …

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Education Secretary calls for end to colleges that hold transcripts

Withholding transcripts from students who owe their colleges money leads to inequitable outcomes, said U.S. Education Secretary Miguel Cardona, marking the first time that the nation’s top education official called for a change in the prevalent practice. “More needs to be done to recover from the damage caused by COVID-19,” …

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The budget of the UH is turned towards the future and seeks to be restored as the legislative session approaches

Kalbert Young, EUH Vice President of Budget and Finance and Chief Financial Officer, shares his analysis of 2022 EUH budget request to the Legislative Assembly. Operational budget Kalbert Young On Thursday, November 18, the University of Hawaii Council of Regents (BOR) approved a request for a supplementary operating budget which …

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Chronicle’s Most Read World Microscopy Record in ’21

In 2020, four of the five most read stories in the Cornell Chronicle were related to the pandemic. This year, as of December 1, there was only one COVID-19 story in the top 20 – a reflection of the “new normal” after a year like no other. Of Chronicle’s 10 …

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Christian brother and alumnus who served La Salle for nearly 50 years dies

La Salle University Archives Arthur J. Bangs, FSC, Ph.D., ’53, MA ’54, a brother of the Christian schools and two-time alumnus of La Salle whose university service spanned nearly half a century, is died on December 11. was 89 years old. Bangs’ main ministry at La Salle supported his students …

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Friendship Force welcomes Afghan refugees at year-end party | Extra Quarter

(Left to right) Abdul Wajid Hadi, Omran Shayesta, Mohibullah Himat and Irfan Bahawi, refugees from Afghanistan, attend the annual Friendship Force of Lincoln party. COURTESY PHOTO BY MAXINE MOUL, FFL vice-president, for the Quartier Extra Four new Afghan residents of Lincoln gave an international focus to the annual Friendship Force …

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Congress Avoids Government Shutdown, Delays Increase in Education Budget

Congress struck a deal on Thursday to temporarily fund the federal government, once again delaying the annual appropriation process and locking in the Trump administration’s higher education funding levels for at least the next two months . With the passage of the interim financing bill, Congress met its Friday deadline …

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What the re-emergence of AR and VR technologies means for businesses

For a while, it seemed like the hype around augmented and virtual reality in business was fading. Then COVID-19 closed workplaces around the world. This forced executives to assess which technologies could improve old processes and keep people connected into the next normal. Using tools that mimic real experiences, such …

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Conference: Education, equity and economics

The 27th Sussex County Today and Tomorrow conference focused on economics, equity and education in a hybrid presentation on October 27. Attendance at Delaware Technical Community College in Georgetown was limited to 100 people, so the event was also available online. Before the start of the conference, there was a …

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NJ 2021 Cyber ​​Security Virtual Conference Recap

The second annual statewide cybersecurity conference, held virtually on October 15, 2021, connected students, faculty and university administrators with cybersecurity business leaders. Open to the higher education communities and cybersecurity industries of New Jersey, the free conference raised awareness among students of cybersecurity career opportunities and publicized the attractiveness of …

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America’s Largest Education College Celebrates America

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah, Oct 05, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – The Western Governors University (WGU) College of Teachers will mark the National Education Association’s (NEA) American Education Week 2021 from 15-19 November by announcing its WGU loves teachers and Become a teacher scholarship programs, totaling $ 6 million, for current …

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UMich SACUA members frustrated with limited COVID-19 testing and security enforcement

Some members of the Senate Assembly concerned about COVID-19 security protocols at large off-campus events, current University of Michigan COVID-19 guidelines and the lack of required weekly tests, they said Monday at the meeting of the Senate Advisory Committee on University Affairs. SACUA Vice-President Caitlin Finlayson, Associate Professor of English …

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Head of Horticultural Department Receives American Society for Horticultural Science Leadership and Administration Award

Russell cothren The American Society for Horticultural Science has named Wayne Mackay, Head of the Horticultural Department of the Agriculture Systems Division at the University of Alberta, as the recipient of the 2021 Award for Outstanding Leadership and Administration. The American Society for Horticultural Science has named Wayne Mackay, Head …

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Location for reduced port

Although still in the early stages of the process, the North Heartland Port Authority site has emerged as the favorite for the port location, based on reports from contractors. A critical problem analysis conducted by Barr Engineering and a basic design memorandum created by Hanson Professional Services Inc. were presented …

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Chandigarh: PEC has a new director

Baldev Setia has been appointed the new principal of Punjab Engineering College, Chandigarh. The appointment comes months after Dheeraj Sanghi stepped down as director of PEC in December last year. UT administrator Vice-President Singh Badnore on Tuesday approved Setia’s name, which was recommended along with two others by the search …

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Carolinas AGC honors construction leaders

CHARLOTTE, North Carolina, August 3, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Carolinas AGC is proud to announce the 2020 CAGC Hall of Fame and Hall of Fame Heritage winners. These winners, two who have left an incredible legacy to our industry and four who still pave the way for future leaders, …

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Summer 2021 economic forecast: reopening fuels recovery

The European economy is expected to rebound faster than expected, as activity in the first quarter of the year exceeded expectations and improving health conditions led to a faster easing of pandemic restrictions in the second quarter , Related documents. Faster economic growth as economies reopen and sentiment indicators brighten …

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