Japanese Three Michelin Star Chef to Speak at UN World Oceans Day Conference

Chef Shinobu Namae of L'Effervescence will speak about the importance of seaweed and collective action for the revitalization of the ocean. - May 24, 2022 - L'Effervescence

Promet’s Provus Solution Selected as a Pantheon® Technology Partner

Harnessing the power of partnerships Pantheon’s collaborative solutions drive agility for next-level digital experiences Andrew Kucharski, president of Promet Source, announced today that Promet has has been selected as a Pantheon technology partner. “We are honored that our Provus... - May 18, 2022 - Promet Source

2022 John W. Teets Outstanding Teaching Award Winners Announced

The winners of the 2022 John W. Teets Outstanding Teaching Award have been announced. - May 07, 2022 - John W. Teets Outstanding Teaching Award

IvyWise Launches 2022-2023 IvyWise Scholars Application for Pro Bono College Admissions Advising

The IvyWise Scholars program offers free college admissions guidance to high-achieving, low-income students. - May 05, 2022 - IvyWise

The Voice of the English-Speaking Canadians

One of the Transform U Media Network Corp's newest podcast, the Cheap Mama Life Podcast, a weekly conversation about the road to financial freedom, interviewed the founder of advocacy group “Our Bilingual Quebec/Canada" to sound the alarm about Quebec’s Bill 96, a Canadian... - April 24, 2022 - Transform U Media Network Corp

CollegeGrad.com Survey Reveals Fundamental Shift in Entry Level Hiring Strategies

COVID Brings Changes for Employers That are Becoming the New Paradigm of Work Life. - March 24, 2022 - CollegeGrad.com

Synchronicity and Precognition: is It Real or an Illusion?

Synchronicity and Precognition: is It Real or an Illusion?

Is Synchronicity and Precognition Real or an illusion? In “Synchronicity and Precognition: Science or Fiction,” the author examines whether there is a scientific or realistic basis to these paranormal phenomena. Donald A. Eisner, Ph.D. J.D. evaluated the studies and came to several... - March 22, 2022 - Donald Eisner

Wheelchair Basketball Players Take to the Court at Husson University

Husson University’s Organization of Physical Therapy Students (OPTS) are hosting the 22nd Annual Wheelchair Basketball Tournament at Newman Gymnasium at 1 College Circle in Bangor, Maine on 3/20/2022 from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. Any Husson student, faculty member, staff member or graduate is welcome to put together a five-person team and participate. Wheelchair basketball provides physical therapy and occupational therapy students with a greater appreciation of the challenges confronting the disabled. - March 18, 2022 - Husson University

New Experimental Study Examines Sense of Belonging for First-Year HBCU Students

A new study conducted by Dr. Terrell Strayhorn, Professor of Education at Virginia Union University, finds that sense of belonging - the availability of campus supportive networks and students’ subjective interpretation of everyday social adversity - is a key to educational success for... - March 16, 2022 - Virginia Union University

New Research Shows Power of Hope and Belonging Amid Great Pandemic

Dr. Terrell Strayhorn believes that sense of belonging is a basic human need and fundamental right. His ground-breaking research has shown that belonging is a catalyst for institutional and structural change in higher education. It's also a facilitator of student development and learning. Belonging can buffer against the physical, psychological, and biological toll exacted by stress and social pathologies like racism, discrimination, and the COVID-19 pandemic. - March 16, 2022 - Virginia Union University

CollegeGrad.com Employer Survey Shows Entry Level Hiring Up 22% in 2022

Biggest Increase in College Hiring in History - March 01, 2022 - CollegeGrad.com

Husson University Fulbright Alumni Discuss Experiences and Opportunities at Gracie Black Box Theatre Reception

On Saturday, February 26, 2022, from 6 p.m. – 7 p.m. in the Gracie Black Box Theatre, Husson University will be hosting a joint reception with the Maine Chapter of the Fulbright Association. During the event, three Husson Fulbright recipients will be making presentations about the Fulbright program. Welcoming participants to the event will be Fulbright Scholar and Husson University President Robert A. Clark, PhD, CFA. - February 26, 2022 - Husson University

Orange County Website, Designed by Promet Source, is Honored with a Web Excellence Award

Promet’s Provus Platform along with the Open Source Drupal CMS Prove Key to the Site’s Success. - January 21, 2022 - Promet Source

Barnham Seminary College Chancellor Dr. Tom Barnette to Appear on KHCB Radio

Barnham Seminary College Chancellor Dr. Tom Barnette to Appear on KHCB Radio

Tune in to 105.7FM in Houston on January 20, 2022 to Dr. Barnette’s discussion on Death and Dying. - January 20, 2022 - Barnham Seminary College

Duncan Park Press LLC Announces a Game Changer: the Connection Between Addiction and the Affective Risk Response System

Some people experience addiction. Most do not. Everybody is affected. Simply stated, addiction is mistaking a dependent risk response pattern for an autonomous pattern. The research, data and models are available in the book Prehab Leveraging Perception to End Substance Abuse. This discovery explains how addiction hides in plain sight and how to educate, intervene and remove the cause. The goal is not to treat addiction but to eradicate it. - January 19, 2022 - Duncan Park Press LLC

CYMT Alumni and Staff Member Joins Preston Taylor Ministries as the New Executive Director

The Center for Youth Ministry Training is excited to announce that one of our own, Dwight Johnson, will now lead Preston Taylor Ministries as the new Executive Director. Dwight is a graduate of Millsaps College where he received the Bachelor of Arts in music and is also a 2015 cum laude graduate of... - January 07, 2022 - Center for Youth Ministry Training

BGSSC Board of Trustees Appoints Dr. Loretta Higgins as President of Barnham Graduate School and Seminary College

BGSSC Board of Trustees Appoints Dr. Loretta Higgins as President of Barnham Graduate School and Seminary College

Northeast Ohio native appointed to fill coveted seminary college executive seat. - January 03, 2022 - Barnham Seminary College

New Exhibition at Howard University; Family Reunion: Portraits by Timothy J. Clark

New Exhibition at Howard University; Family Reunion: Portraits by Timothy J. Clark

Among America’s foremost painters in watercolor, Timothy J. Clark is known for his paintings in the tradition of John Singer Sargent. Clark created new works especially for this one-man show at the historic HBCU in Washington, DC—namely portraits of his “family” of friends—visual artists Gaye Ellington (granddaughter of Duke) and Faith Ringgold; musicians Jack McVea, Teddy Buckner, Art Davis, Michael White and others from the world of jazz. Jan 22-Mar 7, 2022. - December 31, 2021 - Howard University Gallery of Art

Husson University’s Vice President of Finance and Administration, Treasurer to Retire

Craig Hadley, Husson University’s vice president of finance and administration, treasurer, will be retiring at the end of 2021. He has been with the university for over 13 years. Hadley played a significant role in the university’s response to the pandemic. His efforts included overseeing the deployment of significant federal economic relief. As a result of his dedication to Husson, the University was able to institute approximately $100 million in campus facility developments and improvements. - December 06, 2021 - Husson University

L.L.Bean President and CEO Discussed Challenges Facing Today’s Businesses at Husson University’s Distinguished Speaker Series

The second installment of Husson University’s Distinguished Speaker Series took place on November 18, 2021 and featured L.L.Bean President and CEO Stephen Smith. The purpose of Husson University’s new Distinguished Speaker Series is to educate students, alumni and community members on the challenges facing businesses and related professions. The event was sponsored by Husson’s College of Business, the largest College of Business in Maine. - November 22, 2021 - Husson University

"Anchors Away" Art Installation at Husson University Honors the "Sailor Jerry" Tattoo Style

Husson University students created an art installation called “Anchors Away” that honors “Sailor Jerry” tattoos. The installation consists of large wheat paste tattoo designs affixed to the walls of the gallery. “Sailor Jerry” tattoos are characterized by bold, crisp lines with pops of color that create emphasis within the image. These tattoos are primarily nautical in theme.The exhibition runs from Nov. 9 – Dec. 7, 2021. The gallery is open Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. - November 11, 2021 - Husson University

Employers Are Looking to Hire at Husson University Career Fairs

Career Services at Husson University held an in-person career fair on Nov. 3 from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. at the Newman Gym on their Bangor, Maine campus. Nearly 50 organizations were present and spoke with job applicants. Those unable to attend the in-person career fair can attend Career Services’ virtual career fair on Nov. 17 from 1 p.m. – 5 p.m. through the online platform Airmeet. Many of the same employers who attended the in-person career fair will be present at this online event. - November 08, 2021 - Husson University

Elevate Your Game with Sports Vision Training

Eye doctor and graduate of SUNY College of Optometry puts the focus on helping athletes of all ages and levels improve performance through sports vision training. - October 08, 2021 - State University of NY College of Optometry

4343 Ascending House, GSU, Ecommerce EDU Complete First eCommerce Strategy Course for the Chicago Southland

4343 Ascending House, GSU, Ecommerce EDU Complete First eCommerce Strategy Course for the Chicago Southland

The 4343 empowers the Chicago Southland by bringing diversity and inclusion to manufacturing business through collaboration and education. - September 14, 2021 - 4343 Ascending House

IIUG Announces IIUG World 2021 - A 3 Day Virtual Event October 5 – 7 2021

IIUG Announces IIUG World 2021 - A 3 Day Virtual Event October 5 – 7 2021

The International Informix User Group proudly announces its first “All Virtual” event, IIUG World 2021. This 3 day event will be held Tuesday, October 5 through Thursday, October 7 on a screen near you. The event will contain 3 half days of exclusive technical content, as well as... - September 03, 2021 - I.I.U.G. Inc.

The Cause of Nearsightedness is Explained for the First Time; Work at MIT and Multivision Research Leads to Dr. Medina's Conclusion That Lenses Are the Cause of Myopia

The cause of myopia (nearsightedness) has been unveiled in the article: “The cause of myopia development and progression: Theory, evidence, and treatment” available online as an article-in-press in the scientific journal Survey of Ophthalmology on July 28, 2021. - August 01, 2021 - Antonio Medina

Tennessee Tech College of Engineering Names Kumar Yelamarthi as New Associate Dean

Tennessee Tech College of Engineering Names Kumar Yelamarthi as New Associate Dean

The Tennessee Tech University College of Engineering announced today the appointment of Kumar Yelamarthi as the new associate dean for the College of Engineering. Yelamarthi, who will join Tech on Aug. 1, serves as director for the School of Engineering Technology and professor of electrical and... - July 20, 2021 - Tennessee Tech University College of Engineering

Employment King's Head Career Advisor Releases New Book

Author Chris Delaney explains how an employer will make a recruitment decision based on an applicant's "interview identity" which can be manipulated by the interviewer's own behavior. - May 27, 2021 - Employment King

40 Years After His Death, Eric Williams Memorial Collection Celebrates 23rd Anniversary

“He made us proud to be who we were, and optimistic, as never before, about what we were going to be, or could be.” - Arnold Rampersad, Sara Hart Kimball Professor in the Humanities, Stanford University - March 30, 2021 - Eric Williams Memorial Collection

Rev. Dr. Dawson Taylor to Give Address for Lancaster Seminary's 196th Commencement

Rev. Dr. Dawson Taylor to Give Address for Lancaster Seminary's 196th Commencement

The Rev. Dr. Dawson B. Taylor, Senior Pastor of Naples United Church of Christ, Naples, Fla., will deliver the commencement address to Lancaster Theological Seminary’s Class of 2021 on Saturday, May 8, at 11:00 a.m. at Church of the Apostles in Lancaster. Naples United Church of Christ is... - March 22, 2021 - Lancaster Theological Seminary

Carpa Education Now Official Nigerian Agent for The University of Information Technology and Management (UITM) Poland

Due to the recent demand for affordable aviation management and nursing courses, Carpa Education has been appointed as the first official representative of The University of Information Technology and Management (UITM) in Nigeria. This will allow Nigerian Students to apply, get accepted and study in Poland. - February 28, 2021 - Carpa Education

Carpa Education Now Official Representative of Toronto Film School and Yorkville University in Nigeria

Carpa Education has been appointed an official representative of Toronto Film School and Yorkville University in Nigeria. This will allow Nigerian Students to apply, get accepted, and study online in the interim, pending when the lock-down is lifted. Once it's safe to engage in international travel, students would then be allowed to apply for visas and travel to Canada for on-campus education. - February 28, 2021 - Carpa Education

College Hiring Changes in the Year of the Coronavirus, Entry Level Hiring Up 2.4% in 2021 Per CollegeGrad.com Employer Survey

With an entire year of hiring uncertainty due to the coronavirus (COVID-19), you might expect that employers have simply stopped hiring entry level college grads. And you would be wrong. Hiring growth has slowed, but employers are still hiring. And more importantly, entry level hiring has... - February 27, 2021 - CollegeGrad.com

Internationally Known Professor, Author on End-of-Life Ministry Dies at 98 The Rev. Dr. Paul E. Irion Championed Hospice, Pastoral Care for Dying and Bereaved

Internationally Known Professor, Author on End-of-Life Ministry Dies at 98 The Rev. Dr. Paul E. Irion Championed Hospice, Pastoral Care for Dying and Bereaved

Lancaster Theological Seminary Professor Emeritus of Pastoral Theology, the Rev. Dr. Paul E. Irion, who died Sunday, Feb. 7, 2021, at the age of 98, was an early champion of hospice care and an internationally recognized author of numerous books and articles on death and dying. A revered professor... - February 10, 2021 - Lancaster Theological Seminary

Online Platform SpeakerPost Seeks to Connect Educators with Volunteer Guest Speakers

The SpeakerPost marketplace seeks to build a community of folks who care about students and about paying it forward via volunteer guest speaking engagements. SpeakerPost is now live. Free invites may be requested on the site as of now. - January 08, 2021 - SpeakerPost

Lancaster Theological Seminary Launches National Search for President

Lancaster Theological Seminary has launched a national search to find its 12th president to succeed the Rev. Dr. Carol E. Lytch. Lytch retired at the end of June after nine years as president of the 195-year-old graduate school of theology. The Seminary’s Board of Trustees is looking for an... - November 06, 2020 - Lancaster Theological Seminary

Partnership to Prosperity Aims to Solve Workforce Problems by Connecting Biopharmaceutical Employers, Educator and Jobseekers

The Philadelphia-based company, Partnership to Prosperity (PTP), is leading the field in solving a real threat to the U.S. workforce: the failure to transition students into workforce-ready employees in the biopharmaceutical industry. With employers reporting more than 60% of job placements are... - October 23, 2020 - Partnership to Prosperity

Relearnit Welcomes First Senior Vice President of Marketing and Student Engagement

Relearnit Welcomes First Senior Vice President of Marketing and Student Engagement

Jacques Rojahn joins Relearnit with extensive experience marketing and recruiting for online degree programs. - October 21, 2020 - Relearnit

Decline of Emotional Creativity with Age Can Make Older People Less Empathetic

Age influences how people creatively think about their own, as well as other peoples’ emotions, according to research published in Studia Psychologica (Vol. 62, No. 2, 164-177). The results of this study show that an age-related decrease in emotional creativity may harm interpersonal relationships in older people. - October 16, 2020 - Prague College of Psychosocial Studies

Being Authentic Contributes to Ethical Decision-Making

Authentic leaders are more prone to make ethical decisions according to research published in European Journal of Social Work (2020, 23/5, 809-825, Taylor & Francis Online). The results of this study indicate that authenticity should be supported in leaders to enhance the quality of their decision-making and to prevent unethical behavior. - October 03, 2020 - Prague College of Psychosocial Studies

Lancaster Theological Seminary Hires the Reverend Diane A. Bogues as Director of Admissions & Financial Aid

Lancaster Theological Seminary Hires the Reverend Diane A. Bogues as Director of Admissions & Financial Aid

Lancaster Theological Seminary, a 195-year-old graduate school of theology associated with the United Church of Christ, hires the Rev. Diane A. Bogues of Chicago to be director of admissions and financial aid. - September 18, 2020 - Lancaster Theological Seminary

Lancaster Theological Seminary Appoints Dr. David Rowe to be  Interim President

Lancaster Theological Seminary Appoints Dr. David Rowe to be Interim President

Lancaster Theological Seminary's Board of Trustees appoints Dr. David Rowe of Windermere, FL, to be interim president following the retirement of the Rev. Dr. Carol E. Lytch who has served nine years as the graduate school's president. - May 18, 2020 - Lancaster Theological Seminary

CETMATRIX Announces Special Career Support for Laid Off Employees Due to COVID-19

COVID-19, the deadly pandemic, claimed thousands of life and forced hundreds and thousands of employees and gig workers into unemployment. - April 20, 2020 - CETMATRIX Solutions LLP

University of Nevada, Las Vegas Engineers Answer the Medical Community's Call for PPE to Protect Themselves from COVID-19

Health care providers across the Las Vegas Valley were facing an unprecedented challenge, worsened by a lack of supplies to protect themselves. Could the UNLV College of Engineering use their skills and facilities to help fill the gap for personal protection equipment (PPE)? The call from the medical community came in late March, and by the first week of April UNLV had already delivered their first face shields and began fabrication on a microscope shield for ophthalmologists. - April 19, 2020 - UNLV College of Engineering

Amid Wave of "Social Distancing" Directives, Baylor Law Launches Online Version of Its Groundbreaking Legal Mapmaker Program

Designed to help U.S. lawyers open and operate efficient online firms, Baylor Law’s Legal Mapmaker program approved for 13 hours of continuing legal education in Texas, of which 2 hours will apply to legal ethics/professional responsibility credit. - March 21, 2020 - Baylor Law

National Essay Day to be Celebrated on February 28: a Great Change in Spring 2020 Academic Calendar

National Essay Day to be Celebrated on February 28: a Great Change in Spring 2020 Academic Calendar

One Freelance Limited initiated the creation of National Essay Day, which - starting from 2020 - will be celebrated annually on February 28. - March 02, 2020 - One Freelance Limited

Lancaster Seminary Names Jennifer Thompson VP Advancement

Lancaster Seminary Names Jennifer Thompson VP Advancement

Lancaster Theological Seminary has hired Jennifer Thompson to be vice president of advancement, leading all fundraising for the theological graduate school including the current $9 million capital campaign, The Way Forward. - February 24, 2020 - Lancaster Theological Seminary

Prague College of Psychosocial Studies Revealed New Diagnostic Tool for Neurodegenerative Diseases

Cognitive decline influences how older adults creatively think about their own, as well as other peoples’ emotions, according to research published in the Creativity Research Journal (2019, 31/1, 93-101, Taylor & Francis Group). The results of this study indicate that age-related changes in emotional creativity can serve as an important diagnostic tool for the psychological assessment of the early stages of neurodegenerative diseases in the elderly. - September 13, 2019 - Prague College of Psychosocial Studies

New Credential Recognition Program, Career Loans Launches in Alberta and Saskatchewan

Career Loans is a free virtual project that provides one-on-one career counselling and micro loans up to $15,000 to Internationally Trained Individuals (ITIs), in regulated or non-regulated occupations and trades, looking to return to their chosen profession. - September 12, 2019 - Career Loans

Trisha Granger of UNC REX Healthcare Wins James Julian Ashe Memorial Scholarship

Scholarship from WGU North Carolina designated for neonatal or PICU nurse. - July 18, 2019 - WGU North Carolina

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