Palm Springs Life: 2014-15 Charity Register

Palm Springs Life: 2014-15 Charity Register
Protects the natural and cultural resources of the Coachella Valley: the scenic, wildlife, cultural, geologic, and recreational resources that make this such a splendid place for people and all the other life forms with which this special place is …
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Promoting Entrepreneurship Among Millennials
Generation Progress brought together groups of young entrepreneurs in three different cities—Oakland, California; New York; and Columbus, Ohio—and asked them about their experiences, the challenges they have faced, and what policies they would …
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Alumni help current students through OU Leadership Program
Oakland is still considered a young university, but that doesn't stop the alumni from coming out and supporting their alma mater. … One of those mentors is Jennifer Llewellyn, who received her Bachelor of Science in Human Resource Development in 2000.
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Budget 2014-15: Higher education gets 13 per cent hike

Budget 2014-15: Higher education gets 13 per cent hike
For the year 2014-15, the government has allocated Rs 27,656 crore to the department of higher education under the human resource development (HRD) ministry compared to Rs 24,485 crore in 2013-14, registering an increase of 12.9 per cent. Finance …
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UM Recognized Among 'Great Colleges To Work For'
For the sixth time in seven years, the University of Mississippi has been recognized as one of the nation's “Great Colleges To Work For” by the Chronicle of Higher Education. UM was cited for excellence in collaborative governance, employee confidence …
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Closing the 'town-gown' gap
The work of the EIUA is cited in a government White Paper explaining the rationale of City Deals – an initiative offering additional funding for cities with compelling development plans, which has been overseen by newly appointed universities minister …
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