The ceremony of installation is an ancient one that reveals an institution’s respect for the profound responsibility of school leadership. Held on campus at the PTS gymnasium, The Right Reverend Calvin O. Schofield, Jr., Retired Bishop of Southeast Florida, presided over the ceremony.
“Forgetting” to do homework will no longer be an excuse for members of this new after-school club. Dave Farrow, Guinness Record Holder for Greatest memory, announced today the launch of a Kickstarter campaign to fund “Memory Tournament Clubs,” an after-school program for students to learn memory techniques and study skills. This new club turns brain training into a sport as students learn Farrow’s research-based memory method and go head-to-head in friendly competition.
Sandra Abalos, managing partner of Abalos & Associates, PLLC was a panelist on Arizona State University’s “Panel On Careers For Accounting Majors” on Monday, Nov. 21 from 8:35 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. in Business Administration C-Wing, Room 116 on campus. The purpose of the panel is to provide information to students about career opportunities for accounting majors and to expose them to some successful professionals and their experiences in accounting. More than 400 freshmen and sophomore business majors from the W. P. Carey School of Business and School of Accountancy are expected to attend the panel presentation.
Desertview Federal Credit Union has selected TRC Interactive, Inc., the nation’s leader in financial institution training, to train its staff with TellerSolutionOnline.
Anime is a very popular form of animation that originated in Japan. Worldwide there is a large group of Japanese anime fans, including many in Asia and Singapore.
Intellecture, Brain League's training division, is organizing a seminar on Building Valuable Intellectual Property on 8th December 2011 at The Orchid, Mumbai
The laws and regulations for short-term loans in West Virginia are changing and evolving at a very rapid pace. Consumers have struggled to locate a reliable resource that maintains the latest information. In response to this great need, CashAdvance.com has created a Laws and Regulations page within the West Virginia Consumer Resource section to provide answers for inquisitive consumers.
Crescent State Bank, a wholly owned subsidiary of Crescent Financial Corporation, (NASDAQ Global MarketSM), has announced that Paula Crocker, a Community Banker from the Pinehurst branch, has been accepted to the North Carolina School of Banking. Her enrollment with the oldest state association banking school in the nation will be sponsored by Crescent State Bank. The school, held each summer on the campus of The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, is a four-year management program dedicated to expanding the skills and abilities of middle managers and prospective banking managers with the knowledge and skills necessary for advancement to senior positions.
New England Sports Academy (NESA) is organizing a Drop and Shop event on 25 November, 2011 for all the busy parents in the community. Parents have an opportunity to leave their children in the expert care of NESA staff while getting their shopping done on one of the most lucrative shopping days of the year.
We are a nation that lives and breathes cricket, yet many feel that they are now getting an overdose of it. The 15-20 year olds today do not identify so much with cricket. They want something different, something fast and something trendy. Formula One seems to be the answer.
CashAdvance.com, a lender with over a decade of experience serving over one million borrowers, has announced the launch of the Washington Laws and Regulations section. This page contains information designed to assist consumers in making wise long and short-term financial decisions. The site offers links to consumer protection agencies, explanations of the loan process and a breakdown of the Washington laws governing cash advance loans.
Jason Konesco, president of Harrison College, a post-secondary, proprietary educational institution aimed at business, industry, and the public sector, has announced the Harrison College-Center for Leadership Development (Indianapolis) scholarship program. Each school year, starting with the 2012 year, Harrison College will award one full scholarship (approximately $50,000) to an alumnus of the Center for Leadership Development program, which was established in 1977 after Indianapolis community leaders identified several reasons why African-American youth were failing to achieve or even aspiring to achieve academic, college or career success. The CLD established itself with the mission of empowering minority youth to see their potential and take action to fulfill their goals. Since 2004, the CLD has been in partnership with Indiana colleges and universities to award scholarships to eligible CLD alumni. Students who have successfully completed Self-Discovery/Career Exploration and College Prep are eligible for scholarship consideration. For 2011, CLD scholars received more than $1.8 million in scholarships from 18 partner institutions and organizations.
Melissa Essary, dean of the Campbell University Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law, has announced that Chief Justice Sarah Parker of the Supreme Court of North Carolina has been awarded the Judge Robinson O. Everett Award for Legal Excellence. Chief Justice Parker, also a Campbell Law Board of Visitors member, received the award at the Delta Theta Phi Third Annual Judge Robinson O. Everett Awards Gala and Campbell Law Professionalism Dinner at the Cardinal Club in downtown Raleigh on Nov. 16.
William Peace University, a private four-year university located in downtown Raleigh, has announced that Nabeel Jaitapker has joined the university’s communication department as the communication and social media marketing specialist. Responsible for promoting the university and its goals through the production of printed and multimedia materials, Jaitapker will monitor the visual presence of the university in respect to the local Triangle community, as well as manage all editorial content, including the university’s website and marketing collateral. A citizen of Dubai, U.A.E, Jaitapker received a Bachelor of Arts degree in broadcast management from the University of Texas at Arlington, followed by a Master of Arts degree in strategic communication and leadership from Seton Hall University in South Orange, N.J. Previously working for the Houston Chronicle, Jaitapker has more than seven years of experience in social media, journalism, public relations, and both internal and external communications management.
The Intensive Group Course is a course of Scuola Leonardo da Vinci, Italian Language School in Milan, Florence and Rome made of 4 Standard Course lessons per day plus 2 extra lessons of group language course.
Be it pav bhaji at the Juhu beach of Mumbai or kebabs at Old Delhi pavements, Indian palate has been encompassing and blossoming all across the country – growing at mercurial 30 per cent, annually. This unorganized industry is latently acting as the most important driver of the Indian retail (unorganized) industry which is pegged presently at $70 billion and forecasted to reach $150 billion by 2025! Out of 10 million street vendors across the country, more than 6 million are food vendors only! The eating out revolution in Indian cities is pegged at Rs.33,000 crores. Even though international food and beverage chains are doing brisk business, the street food still attracts the burgeoning Indian middle class.
CashAdvance.com, a trusted short-term loan resource since 1997, has launched the Virginia Consumer Loan Laws and Regulations section on their website. Virginia residents will now have access to simple and concise financial information as it applies to their state’s short-term lenders. Borrowers will be able to make a well educated decision when considering a short-term or payday advance type loan.
POW Kids Chicago announces today that the company has recently “adopted” Skinner West Elementary School as part of the Box Tops for Education program. To support the school, POW Kids is collecting Box Tops for Education coupons from participating consumer products as part of a campaign that Avery Dennison implemented locally through Regency Office Products. POW Kids has set a goal of clipping and collecting enough coupons to earn $500 for the school by May 2012.
SimulationExams.com, a leading practice tests provider, revised CompTIA Security+ SY0 301 practice tests. The practice tests provide a simulated test environment for candidates, enabling them to take the exam with confidence. 250+ questions are available, and all questions carry detailed explanations. Question types include multiple choice questions, drag-n-drop, and others as normally encountered in the real exam
The students waiting for a portal that provides quality dissertation writing services can now relax and feel assured as Dissertationhelpuk.co.uk has been launched with a view to fulfill all the needs of students aspiring to accomplish their dissertation and papers. This portal provides research, dissertation, thesis, essays, and assignment assistance to the students of all levels ranging from School to University.
CashAdvance.com is providing consumers in Vermont with a new resource to learn about payday loans. As an industry leader since 1997, CashAdvance.com has provided over one million customers with a short-term loan. Part of the reason for their great success is their commitment to educating the public about short-term loans and the laws and regulations that govern them.
The Florida Literacy Coalition was recently presented with the United States Conference of Adult Literacy’s (USCAL) Award for Program Innovation and Collaboration for the development of the Florida Health Literacy Initiative.
The IAPAM’s December 2nd, 2011 session of its comprehensive Physician hCG Training program is the final hCG training session of 2011.
William Peace University, a private four-year university located in downtown Raleigh, has announced that Korrel Kanoy will serve as the university’s director of institutional research, where she will administer student assessments, both on the national and local level, to assist in the evaluation of academic progress. Through analysis of both academia and public opinion, Kanoy will use campus research collected for overall university improvements. With more than 30 years of service with William Peace University, beginning her career with the university as a psychology professor, Kanoy previously served as an assessment coordinator and associate dean for the university’s academic program evaluation.
There are innumerable cases wherein we as a nation have always found a better way to abuse a law than to put it in the right use. After about 6 long decades, the law making bodies finally gave India the most awaited tool of accessing information – the Right To Information Act (RTI). On one hand, it allowed the common man to access information which was earlier privy to the government, on the other hand, the same law is perpetually abused by many to settle down personal scores. And such is the scale of the abuse that now people have gotten to thinking whether to curb the law, to some extent. Under no circumstances, the law should be curbed but then at the same time under no circumstances the abuse of such law should be permitted which can have very severe repercussions.
Griffith College Law School, in consultation with top industry lawyers, has developed a ‘Copyright course for recent graduates or professionals in the music and entertainment Industries’. The first and only course of its kind in Ireland, this specialist course delivers an overview of areas of Copyright law including Intellectual Property law.
RIDING on Formula On fever, another racing event is set to take Indian audience by storm in January next year. Machdar Motorsports organisers of the i1 Super Series are banking on Indian drivers to pull audience to the event.