Month: August 2022

CFP Board Center for Financial Planning Announces First Scholarship Honoring First Black CFP® Professional, LeCount R. Davis, CFP®

The CFP Board Center for Financial Planning (“Centre”) has announced its first scholarship program honoring the first black CFP® professional, Earl R. DavisPCP®. Created to support the next generation of diverse CFPs® professionals, LeCount R. Davis, CFP® The scholarship program will assist qualified Black or African American students and professionals who are committed to achieving […]

The University Center for Economic Development appoints a new director

The University Center for Economic Development (UCED) of University of Nevada, Reno appointed Dr. Frederick Steinmann as its new director, effective July 1, 2022. Steinmann’s predecessor, Dr. Thomas Harris, has held the position for 30 years since the center’s inception. Harris will continue to serve the center as a part-time faculty alongside Steinmann and the […]

Harford Community College Announces First Success Journey Scholarship Recipient – Baltimore Sun

Harford Community College has announced that Dakota Smith, a June graduate of Joppatotone High School, is the first recipient of the Success Journey Scholarship. “As soon as I heard about the Success Journey Scholarship opportunity, I immediately thought of Dakota and that he should apply,” said Joppatowne High School Counselor Nicole Venters. “Dakota meets all […]

State pensions and university endowments take a beating in market rout

Teachers may be leaving the profession in record numbers this year after their stint on the front lines of the pandemic, but there isn’t much refuge, safety or security in retirement either. On Tuesday, data released by comparison service Wilshire Trust Universe shows that state and local pension funds for teachers, firefighters and police do […]

Hagen of the Texas Tenors helps raise money for music scholarship in honor of parents | Waverly Logs

Amid the sweltering heat, members of the Waverly community gathered on Saturday afternoon to listen to music and raise scholarship funds in memory of two beloved music teachers, Alan and Patricia Hagen. The event, which took place in the Fruehling family barn, was orchestrated by the Wartburg Community Symphony and featured live music from Alan […]

Ivy League University Set to Rebury Black Skulls Kept for Centuries | American universities

The University of Pennsylvania is moving forward with the reburial of the cranial remains of at least 13 black Philadelphians whose skulls have been preserved for nearly two centuries in a notorious anthropological collection used to justify white supremacy in the run-up to the American Civil War. Ivy League University is petitioning the Philadelphia Orphans’ […]

NOAA scholarship supports graduate student research in seabird conservation

Aspen Ellis, Ph.D. student in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at UC Santa Cruz, is one of seven students nationwide selected by NOAA’s Office of National Marine Sanctuaries to receive a 2022 Nancy Foster Fellowship. The fellowship will support Ellis’ work assessing the impacts of offshore wind energy development on seabirds and evaluating the effectiveness of […]

Stock Exchange Remains Locked After Appeals Court Denies Stay Motion | News, Sports, Jobs

CHARLESTON — One of the first rulings on Tuesday from West Virginia’s new Intermediate Court of Appeals could mean the state’s vast college savings account program remains on hold ahead of the new school year. West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey announced Tuesday night that the Intermediate Court of Appeals (ICA) has denied […]

Finalists Chosen for Associate Vice President of Student Affairs

Savora Ear and Farrah-Marie Gomes Two finalists have been identified to fill the University of Hawaii Associate Vice-Rector for Student Affairs (AVPSA) a position that reports directly to the Vice-Rector, Academic Strategy and provides leadership in the design, implementation, evaluation, administration and management of policies, programs and initiatives related to student affairs and student success […]

Opening of the orthopedic clinic; local student wins McDonald’s scholarship, plus

Benton student gets McDonald’s scholarshipLocal students were selected as recipients of McDonald’s Agriculture Scholarships, including one from Franklin County. Morgan Young of Benton received a $500 scholarship for her studies in agriculture. Young will be attending SIU Carbondale this fall. Local McDonald’s owners and operators, including Stephanie Bishop, Larry Lovelace, John and Mary Moreland, Michael […]

Auburn University’s Supply Chain Management Graduate Program Ranked 14th in the United States in Freshman Year

Body of the article Auburn University’s Supply Chain Management Graduate Program in the Herbert College of Commerce is ranked 14e in the country in its first year of operation by Gartner Inc., a research and consulting firm that evaluates supply chain management programs in higher education. Gartner’s announcement follows its June report ranking Auburn’s undergraduate […]

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