Month: June 2022

The Dr. Philip Baldeo Scholarship for Future Physicians is still accepting applications

Dr Philippe Baldeo New York physician Dr. Philip Baldeo is giving back with his scholarship fund for future doctors NEW YORK, USA, June 30, 2022 / — Students who dream of becoming future doctors can now apply for the Dr. Philip Baldeo Fellowship for Future Physicians. This is a scholarship that aims to provide funds […]

City hails Bluefield State’s college status | New

BLUEFIELD — Members of the Bluefield City Council will present an official proclamation today welcoming Bluefield State’s transition from college to university status. The presentation, which takes place at noon during the regular council meeting, is part of the week-long academic celebration, which will culminate Thursday evening at midnight when the college officially becomes a […]

MPOWER Global Citizen Scholarship 2022 ($10,000 Grand Prize)

Deadline: July 15, 2022 Applications are open for the MPOWER Global Citizen Scholarship 2022. The scholarships are awarded annually to international and DACA students enrolled in MPOWER supported universities. They have intentionally designed this scholarship program to be as broad as possible to match the broad and diverse experiences of international students. At MPOWER, they […]

Clarkson University Lists Graduates | Education

Clarkson University graduates Calcium Michael Kenneth Thomas, Bachelor, Civil Engineering Canton John Patrick Bailey, BSc, Civil Engineering, Minor in Mathematics Nicholas James Bos-Ladd, BA, Political Science and Data Science Taylor Marie Dawley, Ph.D., Physiotherapy Sarah Elizabeth Gale, Masters, Physician Assistant Studies Luke Alexander Gillis, Masters, Physician Assistant Studies Maelea Marta Mercado, BA, with Distinction, Mechanical […]

Natick Sons & Daughters of Italy announces scholarship recipients

The Natick Sons and Daughters of Italy last week announced the recipients of the community group’s two annual scholarships – the Natick Sons & Daughters of Italy, Scholarship Award and the Cristofori Scholarship Award. The awards, for which any student in the region is eligible, were established in 1926 to recognize academic and community achievement. […]

How Lamar University Mechanical Engineering Students Learn to Be Career Ready

Ask Shiva Bairi what is the pursuit of a Master in Mechanical Engineering at Lamar University (LU) means, and tell you it was one of the best decisions of their lives. With a particular interest in thermal systems and heat transfer, Bairi’s academic projects were complemented with comprehensive content and software systems that enabled a […]

‘Queering STEM Culture’ is set to be released on June 28

Assistant Professor of Chemical and Materials Engineering Kelly Cross is the driving force behind “Queering STEM Culture in US Higher Education,” a book she says gives voice to members of the STEM community, which is often relegated to the margins of the society. Co-edited and co-authored with Professor Stephanie Farrell of Rowan University and Assistant […]

Leadership Institute for Principals Celebrates 10 Years, Announces Scholarship and Promotion of 22-Year-Old Graduates

Celebrating the tenth anniversary of the Leadership Institute for School Principals program, the Kentucky Chamber Foundation hosted a luncheon, hosted by Deirdre Lyons and Alltech Research Farm, to commemorate the success of the program, thank sponsors and contributors, and recognize principals who have completed the program. The event also included a graduation ceremony for the […]

MI-HQ acquires Eastern Michigan University College of Business building

The revitalized building will create a downtown life sciences and technology hub Ypsilantiwith medical offices, multiple catering options and state-of-the-art wet lab spaces. ANN ARBOUR, Mich., June 20, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Michigan Innovation Headquarters (MI-HQ), a leader in developing innovative workspaces for life sciences and technology, has reached an agreement to purchase for Eastern Michigan […]

New Carlotta Family and Friends Scholarship Fund at Horizon Awards First Eight Scholarships

The Carlotta Family and Friends Scholarship Fund, in partnership with Horizon Community Funds, awarded eight scholarships of $500 each to high school students at Boone County High School and Cooper High School. The Carlotta Family and Friends Scholarship Fund was established to honor Sam Carlotta, a Northern Kentuckian who lives as an inspiration to those […]

Two Local Athletes Receive Billy Lowe Memorial Scholarship | WETM

ELMIRA, NY (WETM) — Two local student-athletes have earned a special honor. In honor of the life and legacy of Billy Lowe, Corning’s Parker Wolfe and Horseheads Keagan Winkky received the Billy Lowe Memorial Scholarship. As part of the Forever2Six Fund, Wolfe and Winkky obtained scholarships for their respective colleges which they will attend next […]

International scholar, research honors for UH Mānoa

A global leader in higher education strategy based in London, Quacquarelli Symonds (QS), recognized the University of Hawaiithe university’s flagship institution among the top 2% in the world and the United States for academic and research excellence. QS considered 2,462 institutions on more than 26,000 colleges and universities worldwide for his World University Rankings 2023. […]

Student ignited ‘inner fire’ to learn English and wins national accounting scholarship

Haiying Li The only state recipient of a $10,000 national accounting scholarship is a university in Hawaii in Manoa Shidler College of Commerce undergraduate student. Haiying Lia young accounting graduate was appointed Public Company Accounting Oversight Council (PCAOB) scholarship recipient for the 2022-2023 academic year. These scholarships are awarded to outstanding students who are likely […]

As the Title IX era dawns, a first women’s athletic scholarship has garnered national buzz

In the pivotal summer of 1972, Marie Jean Mulvaneythe chair of the women’s physical education department at the University of Chicago, went to the admissions office to point out that the university had an athletic scholarship for men named after Amos Alonzo StaggHall of Fame football coach and innovator, but no equivalent for women. This […]

Inside a Halifax university’s battle to save face after spending nearly $500,000 on a football game

As Saint Mary’s University fought a costly and public legal battle to participate in a football game in 2017, Halifax University hired a top public relations firm to advise on how the institution could improve its public image. The dispute over player eligibility unfolded in the courts of Nova Scotia and Ontario, and included a […]

Teachers will no longer require releases for academic courses in the Faculty of Education and Humanities

Teachers interested in taking the courses offered by the Faculty of Education and Humanities (FEH) at the University of Guyana can now do so entirely online, removing the requirement to obtain releases to continue these studies, a announced the Ministry of Education. The announcement was made on Wednesday with the launch of the International Center […]

Charges filed in connection to hazing incident at former University of Missouri fraternity

COLUMBIA, MO (KMIZ) Charges have been filed in connection with a hazing incident at a former University of Missouri fraternity. Alex Wetzler was charged with two misdemeanor counts; a charge of supplying alcohol to a minor or an intoxicated person and a charge of purchasing/attempting to purchase or possess alcohol by a minor. Court documents […]

Lehighton Scholarship Winners – Times News Online

Matthew D. DePue Indian Pride Band Scholarship: Autumn Pinto, $750. Beverly Dolgopol Cheerleader Award: Jenna Gasker, $500. Gregory “Segal” Ebbert Scholarship: Emily Binder, $1,500; Kayla Hregician, $1,500; Logan Kester, $1,500; Alyssa Myers, $1,500; and Gianna Sube, $1,500. Lioness/Lehighton Area Lions Club Award: Zander Bauer, $250, and Callie Hayman, $250. Dylan C. Krum Memorial Scholarship: Logan […]

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