Washington State’s senior Senator, Patty Murray will talk at the 2013 MOAA Military Spouse Symposium “Keeping a Career on the Move,” hosted by the Military Officers Association of America (MOAA) from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Feb. 8 at the University of Washington Tacoma (Philip Hall). Alexandria, Va.
The University of Texas at Austin to Partner with National Student Clearinghouse on Electronic Student Records …
National Student Clearinghouse to Assume Operation of SPEEDE Server Under this partnership, the National Student Clearinghouse will assume operating responsibility for and invest in the university’s service, known as the Standardization of Postsecondary Electronic Education Data Exchange or SPEEDE Server. The University of Texas at Austin will continue its role as a leader in promoting national standards for electronic data exchange and improving higher education services and operations.
ALBANY — A new study of sea life off the state’s Atlantic coast will help guide future building of off-shore wind turbines to reduce potential environmental damage. Done by the say Department of State’s Ocean and Great Lakes Program, and the federal National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, the two-year study off the south shore of Long Island will help potential wind developers find areas that avoid potential damage to sensitive deep-sea corals, fish and shorebird habitats.
Those still hoping that Avondale Shipyards can have some sort of a future building ships may derive some comfort from a joint study conducted by researchers at Loyola University New Orleans and the University of New Orleans.
by Cheryl Roland Oct. 21, 2011 | WMU News KALAMAZOO–Acting at its Sept. 28 meeting, the Western Michigan University Board of Trustees gave its seal of approval to a resolution outlining its list of campus building priorities and formally designating a new multi-disciplinary science research facility as the project it will take to the say as its capital outlay request.
Utah Valley University has finalized a deal to acquire 100 acres at the site of the former Geneva Steel mill, where it plans to build intramural fields and accommodate future building needs to alleviate crowding at its fast-growing, but geographically constrained Orem campus two miles away.
Studies conducted by Stanford University professors have shown what some parents have felt for years – that children are so overwhelmed with exorbitant amounts of school work that they become depressed, disinterested and unprepared for future life in college and the workplace. This very serious issue, which is affecting our nation’s students in “epidemic” numbers, is the focus of the film, “Race to Nowhere,” a documentary by a mom turned filmmaker who highlights the “high-stakes, high-pressure culture that has invaded our schools ...
46. What do you think the goal of education should be？ Should it be a process of learning what is useful for your future life or should it be simply learning for enjoyment？ Why？ Education should really be a time when you learn new ways of thinking and are challenged to go beyond what you know.
Unnatural Acts Gets Final Extension at Off-Broadway’s Classic Stage By Kenneth Jones20 Jul 2011 Classic Stage Company was able to slightly modify the schedule for an upcoming summer rental to grant for the one additional week of the popular, highly theatrical docudrama Unnatural Acts, about Harvard University’s efforts to purge homosexuals from its campus in 1920.
IRVINE, CA and STANFORD, CA–(Marketwire – Jul 6, 2011) – Paciolan, the leading provider of ticketing, marketing, and fund-raising solutions in college athletics, announced this day that Stanford University has renewed its partnership with the company. Working with Paciolan since 1982, Stanford University will continue implementing Paciolan’s comprehensive ticketing system, including digital ticketing services for fans and donors, as well as the company’s marketing solutions.