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Business alumna makes list of powerful engineering women

Timed with National Engineers Week, Business Insider released its list of “43 Most Powerful Female Engineers” and named Apple Inc.

Patagonias 2017 Worn Wear College Tour coming to Yale

On Monday, March 6, Yale will be hosting Patagonia’s 2017 Worn Wear College Tour as part of a full-day extravaganza focused on extending the life of products to keep items out of the waste stream.

Making college affordable for all was focus of ATI Presidential Roundtable

How do colleges and universities make themselves more accessible to high-achieving, lower- to moderate-income students while also ensuring the students’ success once they’re enrolled? Yale President Peter Salovey joined former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg and a growing coalition of college and university presidents on Feb.

February on the MacMillan Report

Rapid urbanization in Saigon and prehistoric projectile hunting weapons were two of the topics explored in February on “The MacMillan Report,” a one-on-one interview show presented by Yale’s Whitney and Betty MacMillan Center for International and Area Studies at Yale. There were also talks about how the Democratic Party transformed American conservatism in the 19th century, and nutrition and public health in Greece.

By the numbers: Deltas African-American suppliers

African-American suppliers have played an important role in Delta’s success. Black History Month provides an opportunity to highlight the many efforts of its suppliers and the history of the Supplier Diversity program.

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InterInternational Call for Artists for Online Art Competition, "Figurative/Portrait”

CAGO Announces the 5th Annual International Art Call for the “Figurative/Portrait” Art Competition &

Orion Energy Systems Wins Wisconsin Manufacturer Of The Year Market Adaptability Award

MANITOWOC, Wis. – February 25, 2017 –  Orion Energy Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ: OESX) – Orion Energy Systems, Inc., a leading

Business alumna makes list of powerful engineering women

Timed with National Engineers Week, Business Insider released its list of “43 Most Powerful Female Engineers” and named Apple Inc.

Early Education Takes Center Stage At Governors Opening Session

WASHINGTON—At the opening session of the National Governors Association (NGA) Winter Meeting, governors discussed early childhood

Pro Helvetia opens liaison office in Moscow

Pro Helvetia is opening a liaison office in Moscow today. The Arts Council has already been operating in Russia since the end of 2012

World Bank to Support Cultural Heritage Conservation and Improve Services to Poor Communities in Chinas Gansu Province

WASHINGTON DC, February 24, 2017 – The World Bank’s Board of Executive Directors approved a US$100 million loan today to conserve

Cowan shines on day one in Wollongong

An impressive century from Ed Cowan has been the highlight for NSW on day one of their Sheffield Shield match in Wollongong.

Patagonias 2017 Worn Wear College Tour coming to Yale

On Monday, March 6, Yale will be hosting Patagonia’s 2017 Worn Wear College Tour as part of a full-day extravaganza focused on extending the life of products to keep items out of the waste stream.

Australia and Indonesia - the OPEC of coal

The Australia Institute says Turnbull must discuss coal with JokowiIndonesian President Joko Widodo will visit Australia this weekend,

No. 7 Men's Volleyball Falls to No. 8 Robert Morris but Sweeps Campellsville

Marshall, Mo. (February 24, 2017)- The No. 7 Missouri Valley College men’s volleyball team played in the Viking Invitational Friday

Making college affordable for all was focus of ATI Presidential Roundtable

How do colleges and universities make themselves more accessible to high-achieving, lower- to moderate-income students while also ensuring the students’ success once they’re enrolled? Yale President Peter Salovey joined former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg and a growing coalition of college and university presidents on Feb.

Viking Baseball Splits with Northwestern Friday at Home

Marshall, Mo. (February 24, 2017)- The Missouri Valley College baseball team played its first home games of the season Friday at

February on the MacMillan Report

Rapid urbanization in Saigon and prehistoric projectile hunting weapons were two of the topics explored in February on “The MacMillan Report,” a one-on-one interview show presented by Yale’s Whitney and Betty MacMillan Center for International and Area Studies at Yale. There were also talks about how the Democratic Party transformed American conservatism in the 19th century, and nutrition and public health in Greece.

Architect Giancarlo Mazzanti Lecture at UO Portland: From the Factory to the Toy: Mechanisms for Triggering New Educational Behaviors

PSU School of Architecture and UO Department of Architecture are proud to co-present a lecture by architect Giancarlo Mazzanti of El

By the numbers: Deltas African-American suppliers

African-American suppliers have played an important role in Delta’s success. Black History Month provides an opportunity to highlight the many efforts of its suppliers and the history of the Supplier Diversity program.

Renesas Electronics Completes Acquisition of Intersil

TOKYO and MILPITAS, Calif., Feb. 24, 2017 / / -- Renesas Electronics Corporation ("Renesas") (TSE: 6723), a premier supplier of

Students discuss role of athletes and activism

Colin Kaepernick takes a knee during the national anthem, Tommie Smith and John Carlos raise their fists before accepting Olympic medals and Super Bowl-winning players refuse a White House visit because of the man who sits in the Oval Office. There’s a long history of activism against injustice in sports and it’s not far from the minds of student-athletes at The Ohio State University.

Mandate suspends Tesco strike

Late this evening an invite was received from the Labour Court inviting the parties together with the Irish Congress of Trade Unions and the employers group IBEC to attend discussions in the Labour Court regarding the current dispute.

Hungary Should Be Setting Alarms Bells Ringing in Brussels

Hungary’s governing party is cranking up the heat on nongovernmental organizations.  With its tight grip on parliament, and having undermined the courts and the media, the Fidesz government doesn’t like being held to account by pesky independent groups. Fidesz is a prime example of the danger of a type of populism that results in a government attacking basic European values like a free civil society. The February 27 hearing in the European Parliament’s Committee for Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs (LIBE) on the situation of fundamental rights in Hungary couldn’t be more timely.

Citing Too Much Work, Oklahoma Atty. Gen. Moves to Block Remaining Pruitt Emails

WASHINGTON – After sitting on an open records request for more than a year, the Oklahoma attorney general’s office – occupied until a week ago by Scott Pruitt, now head of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency – now says it’s too busy to release more of the emails showing Pruitt’s cozy relationship with the fossil fuel industry.

Delta names new Seattle Vice President

Delta has named John Caldwell its new Vice President – Seattle as Mike Medeiros transitions to his new role as Chief Operating Officer at Aeromexico.

U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions to Address National League of Cities Congressional City Conference

WASHINGTON — February 24, 2017 — U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions will deliver remarks to more than 2,000 local officials and

NMSU professor named director of telescope at Apache Point Observatory

Nancy Chanover is the first New Mexico State University astronomy professor to be named director of the 3.5-meter telescope at the

When energy companies should go global

Entering foreign markets requires homework, careful analysis and best practice.

David Bell is Sole Winner of Client Award for Texas Trademarks Counsel

Haynes and Boone, LLP congratulates Partner David Bell for being the exclusive winner of the 2017 International Law Office (ILO) and
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