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By Simba Information
Simba estimates research spending in SSH subjects is one-tenth of what governments and private foundations dedicate to STM discovery.

By Long Time Management
The Kinderhook Education Foundation Benefit Dinner Dance will take place on Saturday, November 9th at the Winding Brook Country Club in Valatie, NY. Tickets are $35 each with a cash bar.

By University of Missouri–St. Louis
ST. LOUIS – March 20, 2013 – University of Missouri–St. Louis Center for the Humanities hosts a Literary Reading and Discussion by novelist Martha McPhee and book critic Heller McAlpin at 10 a.m., on April 5, 2013, at UMSL’s J.C.

By Baywood Publishing Co., Inc.
eBook Update from Baywood Publishing--EFECTIVE NOW Baywood has partnered with ebrary, a library aggregator, to handle eBook offerings to the library and institutional markets.

By www.b-bullard.com
Author Nicole Titus' recently published Children and Young Adult e-books, Going To The Restaurant: Proper Etiquette For Young People, The Golden Orb, a fairy tale for children & The Legend of Kwami-Kwamo, free download Amazon.com on April 21, 2012

By Kali Chan
Dr. Laraine Fletcher and her co-director Dr. George Scheper have been awarded a grant that will fund a Summer Institute entitled, “Mesoamerica and the Southwest: A New History for an Ancient Land,” is scheduled from June 17 to July 23, 2012.

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By JINDAL SCHOOL OF LIBERAL ARTS AND HUMANITIES
JINDAL SCHOOL OF LIBERAL ARTS AND HUMANITIES collaborates ROLLINS COLLEGE, USA to launch first-of-its-kind undergraduate joint program in Liberal Arts & Humanities

By Simba Information
Simba estimates research spending in SSH subjects is one-tenth of what governments and private foundations dedicate to STM discovery.

By Long Time Management
The Kinderhook Education Foundation Benefit Dinner Dance will take place on Saturday, November 9th at the Winding Brook Country Club in Valatie, NY. Tickets are $35 each with a cash bar.

By UC Humanities Research Institute
UC-based scholars, artists and activists take the stage to share research, highlight circulation of ideas among humanities, arts, public world.

By University of Missouri–St. Louis
ST. LOUIS – March 20, 2013 – University of Missouri–St. Louis Center for the Humanities hosts a Literary Reading and Discussion by novelist Martha McPhee and book critic Heller McAlpin at 10 a.m., on April 5, 2013, at UMSL’s J.C.

By Baywood Publishing Co., Inc.
eBook Update from Baywood Publishing--EFECTIVE NOW Baywood has partnered with ebrary, a library aggregator, to handle eBook offerings to the library and institutional markets.

By Forte Public Relations
Dr. Elizabeth Samet, Professor of English at the United States Military Academy at West Point, is the 2012 recipient of the $50,000 Hiett Prize in the Humanities from the Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture.

By Forte Public Relations
The Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture has announced Marie Brehm as a new member of the board

By www.b-bullard.com
Author Nicole Titus' recently published Children and Young Adult e-books, Going To The Restaurant: Proper Etiquette For Young People, The Golden Orb, a fairy tale for children & The Legend of Kwami-Kwamo, free download Amazon.com on April 21, 2012

By Andrea Deierlein
A panel discussion on the challenges, contributions, and progress in humanities education and research featuring German, U.S., and Canadian experts at the German Center for Research and Innovation on April 3, 2012.

By University of Missouri–St. Louis
Monday Noon Series events feature art, dance, history and storytelling

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 Kali Chan
Dr. Laraine Fletcher and her co-director Dr. George Scheper have been awarded a grant that will fund a Summer Institute entitled, “Mesoamerica and the Southwest: A New History for an Ancient Land,” is scheduled from June 17 to July 23, 2012.

By PR & D
Milano, 9 August, 2011 – Jules Hoffmann, Luciano Maiani and Victor Stoichita have been appointed to the General Prize Committee of the International Balzan Foundation "Prize". They replace Nicole Le Douarin, Nicola Cabibbo and Dmitry Shvidkowsky.

By Forte Public Relations
The open house will spotlight special guests Judy and Patrick Kelly.

By Stanford University
Stanford President John L. Hennessy will open a conference where leading executives and venture capitalists will discuss the ways in which highly trained and creative humanities doctoral students can play integral roles in Silicon Valley businesses.

By University of Missouri–St. Louis
The free arts and cultural events during the month of April focus on art, music, history and storytelling

By University of Missouri–St. Louis
The free arts and cultural series presented by the Center for the Humanities runs through April 25

By University of Missouri–St. Louis
The free arts and cultural series presented by the Center for the Humanities runs through April 25

By By The Book Films
By The Book Films and CSP - Community Sustainability Partnership have forged an alliance to further develop the "A Book By Its Cover" project. CSP will help strategically position By The Book Films in a local, regional and national outreach program.

By University of Missouri–St. Louis
The free arts and cultural series presented by the Center for the Humanities begins January 24 and runs through April 25

By Phoenix Rising Academy
Academic courses in Western Esotericism are made available on a global scale by an international faculty of accomplished scholars seeking to reinstate appreciation and scholarship of philosophy and culture.

By CA Council for the Humanities
CA Council for the Humanities has been awarded a $250K grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities for its upcoming forum, Democracy and the Culture of Civic Conversation, which will kick off a two-year initiative exploring democracy.

By Richer Resources Publications
High school presents a unique opportunity for introducing classics to the inquisitive & agile mind of a teenager. Yet this opportunity is being squandered in many cases by a lack of materials appropriate to that level of study.

By Jennifer von Stauffenberg
Acclaimed judge of the Art of Photography Show, Natasha Egan, the Associate Director and Curator at the Museum of Contemporary Photography in Chicago, selected nine series to be featured in the exhibition.

By National Humanities Center
Strategic Branding and Advertising Agency will Provide Services for National Non-Profit Organization

By Zolatone Creative Group
Zolatone Music is seeking artists to contribute to it's CD Quilt Project.

By Nanyang Technological University
Professor Alan Chan Kam-Leung, an internationally-acclaimed academic and professor of philosophy, assumes the new appointment of Dean, College of Humanities, Arts, & Social Sciences, at Nanyang Technological University, with effect from 1 Oct 2009.

By Deanna Fusco, Owner and Graphic Designer
PHOENIX, Arizona - SoHo Southwest, a freelance graphic design studio in Phoenix, Arizona, is gifting graphic design services to give back to its community through its pro bono program aha!voice.

By Elsie Johnson
Knight Investments LLC, Regulatory Officials, the Baron of the Republic of Aquitaine and delegates at an independent convention convened to discuss budget appropriations to assist the US National Endowment for Humanities causes

By Green Comma; www.greencomma.com
Textbook Publishing Industry Insiders Launch Green Comma, LLC Company Helps Publishers Meet Adoption “Perfect Storm”

By Miriam D. Dufer
Miriam D. Dufer, a 2nd-year English PhD student at Old Dominion University is scheduled to present "Language and Culture: The Valley Girl Phenomenon" on January 12, 2009 at The 7th Annual Hawaii International Conference on Arts and Humanities.

By National Humanities Center
Oliver Sacks is set to offer the keynote address for the 2008 Autonomy, Singularity, Creativity Conference at 7pm on Nov. 13 at the William and Ida Friday Center in Chapel Hill, NC. The conference will discuss redefining what it means to be human.

By Turner Publishing
Announcement of Publisher Todd Bottorff's nomination to the Humanities Tennessee Board of Directors



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