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The Scranton Times-Tribune
School supply giveaway rescheduled Saturdaylobby of Leahy Hall, Jefferson Avenue and Linden Street. Supplies are offered
School supply giveaway rescheduled Saturday
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 2 days ago
lobby of Leahy Hall, Jefferson Avenue and Linden Street. Supplies are offered on a first-come, first-served basis while they last. The giveaway is sponsored by several university organizations. For information, call 570-941-4419. — JON O’C... Read more
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The Jewish Press
INTO THE FRAY- To: “Bogy” Yaalon; cc: Dore Gold; Re: Israel’s Security Imperativeslectured for 20 years at Tel Aviv University in Political Science, Internationa
INTO THE FRAY- To: “Bogy” Yaalon; cc: Dore Gold; Re: Israel’s Security Imperatives
The Jewish Press / Posted 2 days ago
lectured for 20 years at Tel Aviv University in Political Science, International Relations and Strategic Studies. He holds several university degrees: a B.Sc. (Physics and Geology), an MBA (Finance), and a PhD in political science and international... Read more
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The Jewish Press
INTO THE FRAY: The New “Nuts”—Jeffrey Goldberg, the Jerusalem Post & the Question of Sanitylectured for 20 years at Tel Aviv University in Political Science, Internationa
INTO THE FRAY: The New “Nuts”—Jeffrey Goldberg, the Jerusalem Post & the Question of Sanity
The Jewish Press / Posted 6 days ago
lectured for 20 years at Tel Aviv University in Political Science, International Relations and Strategic Studies. He holds several university degrees: a B.Sc. (Physics and Geology), an MBA (Finance), and a PhD in political science and international... Read more
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KCRA 3 Sacramento
Linda Katehi resigns as chancellor of UC Davisadministrative leave" in April as an outside investigators looked into whether
Linda Katehi resigns as chancellor of UC Davis
KCRA 3 Sacramento / Posted 14 days ago
administrative leave" in April as an outside investigators looked into whether or not Katehi's actions "violated several University of California policies," Natpolitano's office said in April. QUICKLY BEGINNING TO SPREAD THROUGHOUT... Read more
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KERA North Texas
Here's Why Texas Students Wait Weeks For Basic Mental Health Servicesand other mental illnesses but are often forced to wait weeks for a counseling
Here's Why Texas Students Wait Weeks For Basic Mental Health Services
KERA North Texas / Posted 14 days ago
and other mental illnesses but are often forced to wait weeks for a counseling appointment, according to interviews with several university students and counseling center directors. Understaffed counseling centers at Texas universities say they... Read more
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The Gilmer Mirror
Here's Why Texas Students Wait Weeks for Basic Mental Health Services - Here's Why Texas Students Wait Weeks for Basic Mental Health Services by Aneri Pattani The Texas Tribune Aug. 9 2016 By the fall of her sophomore year at the University of Hou...and other mental illnesses but are often forced to wait weeks for a counseling
Here's Why Texas Students Wait Weeks for Basic Mental Health Services - Here's Why Texas Students Wait Weeks for Basic Mental Health Services by Aneri Pattani The Texas Tribune Aug. 9 2016 By the fall of her sophomore year at the University of Hou...
The Gilmer Mirror / Posted 14 days ago
and other mental illnesses but are often forced to wait weeks for a counseling appointment, according to interviews with several university students and counseling center directors. Understaffed counseling centers at Texas universities say they... Read more
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The Jewish Press
INTO THE FRAY: What!!!???????lectured for 20 years at Tel Aviv University in Political Science, Internationa
INTO THE FRAY: What!!!???????
The Jewish Press / Posted 16 days ago
lectured for 20 years at Tel Aviv University in Political Science, International Relations and Strategic Studies. He holds several university degrees: a B.Sc. (Physics and Geology), an MBA (Finance), and a PhD in political science and international... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Sales-tax holiday could bring crowds, savings this weekendit doesn't track tax-exempt sales, Smith said. Still, the tax break undeniably
Sales-tax holiday could bring crowds, savings this weekend
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 18 days ago
it doesn't track tax-exempt sales, Smith said. Still, the tax break undeniably means dollars in the pockets of shoppers. Several university students are using it for their books, which can cost more than $400 for the semester, said Anntoneya... Read more
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Char-Koosta News
'It's the Pitts' basketball camp stresses hard work, academicsto be at the forefront of their game. (Naomi Robinson photo) Highlighting the
'It's the Pitts' basketball camp stresses hard work, academics
Char-Koosta News / Posted 19 days ago
to be at the forefront of their game. (Naomi Robinson photo) Highlighting the inaugural “It’s the Pitts” basketball camp, several University of Montana men’s basketball team members and two coaches made a guest appearance. The student athletes... Read more
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The Jewish Press
INTO THE FRAY: Duma-one year (and THREE arson attacks) Laterlectured for 20 years at Tel Aviv University in Political Science, Internationa
INTO THE FRAY: Duma-one year (and THREE arson attacks) Later
The Jewish Press / Posted 23 days ago
lectured for 20 years at Tel Aviv University in Political Science, International Relations and Strategic Studies. He holds several university degrees: a B.Sc. (Physics and Geology), an MBA (Finance), and a PhD in political science and international... Read more
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The Daily Record
UMES program at Shady Grove gets $300K boostin Princess Anne — they’ll be used to enhance the program’s efforts at the Univ
UMES program at Shady Grove gets $300K boost
The Daily Record / Posted 25 days ago
in Princess Anne — they’ll be used to enhance the program’s efforts at the Universities at Shady Grove in Rockville, where several University System of Maryland institutions offer courses. The grant, made by the J. Willard and Alice S. Marriott... Read more
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Al-Ahram Weekly
Turkey’s state of emergency carries risksarrests of intellectuals, academics, journalists and writers — the most baneful
Turkey’s state of emergency carries risks
Al-Ahram Weekly / Posted 25 days ago
arrests of intellectuals, academics, journalists and writers — the most baneful feature of martial law under the generals. Several university rectors have already been dismissed and three arrested. All the country’s 1,577 faculty deans have... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Young woman fights to reclaim ‘my worth and my story’ after sexual assaultin the Vietnam War. In one generation, Xiong’s parents had gone from the bottom
Young woman fights to reclaim ‘my worth and my story’ after sexual assault
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 29 days ago
in the Vietnam War. In one generation, Xiong’s parents had gone from the bottom rungs of American society to raising several university-educated professionals now fully assimilated into American life. Her parents were crushed by what had... Read more
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The Jewish Press
Into the Fray: What if the GOP Wins? – Potential Payoffs and Pitfalls for Israellectured for 20 years at Tel Aviv University in Political Science, Internationa
Into the Fray: What if the GOP Wins? – Potential Payoffs and Pitfalls for Israel
The Jewish Press / Posted 29 days ago
lectured for 20 years at Tel Aviv University in Political Science, International Relations and Strategic Studies. He holds several university degrees: a B.Sc. (Physics and Geology), an MBA (Finance), and a PhD in political science and international... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Young woman fights to reclaim ‘my worth and my story’ after assault in Davisin the Vietnam War. In one generation, Xiong’s parents had gone from the bottom
Young woman fights to reclaim ‘my worth and my story’ after assault in Davis
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 30 days ago
in the Vietnam War. In one generation, Xiong’s parents had gone from the bottom rungs of American society to raising several university-educated professionals now fully assimilated into American life. Her parents were crushed by what had... Read more
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Dallas Morning News
No play, no pay: Why North Texas colleges got shut out on new grants for star researchersgeography or university size. It’s all about bringing in researchers who will b
No play, no pay: Why North Texas colleges got shut out on new grants for star researchers
Dallas Morning News / Posted 1 months ago
geography or university size. It’s all about bringing in researchers who will boost Texas’ competitiveness. Huffines and several university officials said they weren’t aware of a similar program in the country. Some money remains in the pool and... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
Orlando team tackles virtual bank teller developmentconsumers prefer face-to-face communication with bank employees. For now, thou
Orlando team tackles virtual bank teller development
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 1 months ago
consumers prefer face-to-face communication with bank employees. For now, though, Ortiz's 13-person team – which includes several University of Central Florida graduate students and graduates – has advanced technology in mind. Ideally, Ortiz... Read more

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