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By College of Business Kent State University
Kent State University’s College of Business Administration will be holding an information night on graduate programs Nov. 6 at 6 p.m.
Elite Research Enters A Partnership With The University Of North Texas (UNT) On Research Initiatives
By Elite Research LLC
Elite Research Announces Partnership With The University Of North Texas (UNT) On Research Initiatives. Elite Research is a global provider of research design, editing, and statistical consulting.
Beginning in January, the Society for Nutrition Education and Behavior launches the first JNEB Journal Club. The Journal Club will consist of weekly webinars featuring authors from the latest issue of Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior.
By Concord Art Association
"Present/Future: A Showcase of Emerging Artists", June 14-August 15, 2012 features the work of graduate students from Rhode Island School of Design Fine Arts Department and Boston University Master of Fine Arts Program.
By NetCom Learning
Sarder presented an exciting discussion about methods for developing strategies that will place businesses ahead of the competition and at the forefront of their fields
By University of Missouri–St. Louis
UMSL’s Consilience Conference explores evolution as a unifying theme, identifies major changes taking place and unsolved problems, and points to future directions of research
By The Albert Schweitzer Fellowship (ASF)
265 multidisciplinary graduate student Schweitzer Fellows will spend the next year addressing health disparities and developing lifelong leadership skills at 13 U.S. program sites and at Dr. Albert Schweitzer’s hospital in Lambaréné, Africa.
By National Assoc. of Graduate-Professional Students
The National Association of Graduate-Professional Students, Inc. (NAGPS) has released a press release and statement in support of open access to federally-funded research, in advance of a House Subcommittee hearing this Thursday.
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