U.S. Polo Assn. Welcomes Morehouse College and University of Kentucky to Collegiate Partnership Program

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. – October 20, 2020 – ( )

U.S. Polo Assn., the official brand of the United States Polo Association (USPA), will once again outfit competitive collegiate polo players through its nationwide Collegiate Partnership Program (CPP). This season, the sport-inspired global brand welcomes its first HBCU to the program, Morehouse College, as well as the University of Kentucky. Over forty teams annually participate from schools that span from east to west coast, small and large enrollments, and state schools to the Ivy League.

The Partnership involves U.S. Polo Assn. providing collegiate polo teams with branded face covers, performance jerseys, game whites, gear bags, along with a financial donation. In turn, the players wear official U.S. Polo Assn. gear while practicing on the polo fields as well as during campus life whether that be virtual or in-person. U.S. Polo Assn. has continued to support these amazing

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JPMorgan Chase gives $7m to career program for Boston Public Schools

For the second time this month, the banking giant JPMorgan Chase & Co. is unveiling a multimillion-dollar grant award that’s aimed, in part, at helping neighborhoods in Boston.

Chief executive Jamie Dimon is scheduled to appear at a virtual event on Tuesday with Governor Charlie Baker to announce $35 million worth of grants to be doled out to career readiness initiatives in five cities. The other four beneficiaries in this round are Dallas, Indianapolis, Nashville, and Columbus, Ohio. These grants are part of a $75 million initiative that the New York company announced in February.

In Boston’s case, the bank is giving $7 million over five years to a program overseen by the local nonprofit EdVestors that will strengthen career and college preparations in the city’s public schools.

EdVestors’ chief executive, Marinell Rousmaniere, said the program will focus on three to five schools, while some of the work will help

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Zac Posen to Headline Creatively’s New Education Program

Stacey Bendet’s new job platform Creatively is now offering free educational programming.

Celebrity fashion designer Zac Posen headlines the series, which kicks off on Oct. 19, with a class in draping on Oct. 27.

Creatively, which is free, allows members to use its portfolio tools to showcase their work and find jobs and internships. The membership includes people in marketing, advertising, photography, graphic design, filmmaking, fashion, beauty and more.

Bendet and Creatively’s CEO Greg Gittrich and chief product officer Joe Indriolo launched the platform in May. There are currently 40,000 members.

Bendet, who co-founded alice+olivia in 2002 and now serves as the fashion brand’s CEO, started Creatively out of frustration at how hard it could be to find the right creatives for her company. She went looking for a LinkedIn-like platform that caters to the more artistic set, but she couldn’t find anything.

“If I was hiring like someone in

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Oregon prisons to end community college-led adult-education program

The Oregon Department of Corrections will be ending its contracts with multiple community colleges in the state in a move to bring its adult education program “in-house.”

The state prison agency currently contracts with six community colleges in Oregon to provide high school diploma equivalency testing, or GED services, to inmates across its 14 facilities. The agency will not be renewing five of those contracts set to end Jan. 31, 2021. It will be ending the sixth, with Portland Community College early – on that same date.

The full list of colleges the Department of Corrections is ending its adult education contracts with is: Blue Mountain Community College, Central Oregon Community College, Chemeketa Community College, Portland Community College, Southwestern Oregon Community College and Treasure Valley Community College.

“Our policy decision to bring education in-house is a continued reflection of our ongoing commitment to effectively prepare adults in custody (AICs) for

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79North Inc. Completes LiDAR Survey and Accelerates Ground Exploration Program at the Nassau Gold Project

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Location of exploration targets of the Nassau gold project, Suriname.
Location of exploration targets of the Nassau gold project, Suriname.
Location of exploration targets of the Nassau gold project, Suriname.

TORONTO, Oct. 15, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — 79North Inc. (CSE: JQ) (“79North” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce completion of the LiDAR survey and acceleration of the exploration program that commenced in August on the Nassau gold project in the Republic of Suriname.

The Nassau gold project is a 20,000-hectare under explored property located 20 kilometres south of Newmont Corporation’s Merian gold mine and 60 kilometres east of Iamgold Corporation’s Rosebel gold mine. The Nassau gold project has similar geological stratigraphy and structures as both the Rosebel and Merian gold mines and 79North has identified three areas of potential gold mineralization, which will be the subject of further exploration, plus an area of high grade gold-bearing surface rock samples, that surround a central

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Paul Quinn College in Dallas part of Chipotle’s debt-free degree program for workers

Paul Quinn College in southern Dallas is partnering with Chipotle Mexican Grill in an education initiative that covers 100% of tuition costs up front for eligible employees.

The restaurant chain’s Cultivate Education program can be applied to more than 75 business and technology degrees. The partnership comes as a result of Chipotle’s alliance with Guild Education, a for-profit company that manages tuition reimbursement programs.

After 120 days of employment, Chipotle workers are eligible to pursue debt-free degrees from nonprofit, accredited universities, including Paul Quinn, the nation’s first urban work college and one of its oldest historically Black colleges and universities.

“It expands who we get to define as our students,” Paul Quinn President Michael Sorrell said in an interview with KXAS-TV (NBC 5). “The opportunity to welcome an amazing group of individuals like these to our college, to what we offer, to our culture, is just something we are incredibly

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Faculty Early Career Development Program (CAREER) (nsf17537)

This document has been archived and replaced by NSF 20-525.

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NSF 15-555

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Directorate for Biological Sciences

Directorate for Computer & Information Science & Engineering

Directorate for Education & Human Resources

Directorate for Engineering

Directorate for Geosciences

Directorate for Mathematical & Physical Sciences

Directorate for Social, Behavioral & Economic Sciences

Office of Integrative Activities

Office of International Science and Engineering

Full Proposal Deadline(s) (due by 5 p.m. submitter’s local time):

     July 19, 2017

     Third Wednesday in July, Annually Thereafter


     July 20, 2017

     Third Thursday in July, Annually Thereafter

for ENG

     July 21, 2017

     Third Friday in July, Annually Thereafter



Eligibility requirements have been revised to clarify the

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Program on Science, Technology and Society at Harvard

Program on Science, Technology and Society at Harvard

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Science and technology permeate every aspect of our lives, from the most private decisions about reproduction and medical treatment to the most public choices concerning risk, development, security, and the quality and sustainability of the human environment. Virtually every dilemma that confronts people and governments in contemporary societies demands significant engagement with science and technology.

The Program on Science, Technology and Society at Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Government provides unique resources for coping with the resulting challenges for scientific and technological innovation, civil liberties, informed citizenship, and democratic government. Learn more.


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JTS Undergraduate Program in Jewish Studies

Students at List College pursue a rigorous, synergistic, and rewarding curriculum in Jewish studies at JTS, and in the liberal arts and sciences at either Columbia University or Barnard College.   

Each List College student pursues a comprehensive core curriculum in Jewish Studies, and chooses a major field in which to specialize. Majors can range from Bible to Modern Jewish Studies, and from Jewish Ethics to Midrash. 

Majors  First-Year Schedule

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