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Funding Available for Students through the Professional Training Opportunities Program

September 20, 2016

The University of Washington’s Northwest Center for Occupational Health and Safety has new grant funding available for students in Oregon, Washington, Idaho, and Alaska through the  101 more words

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GRANT ALERT! Guide to Thirty-Two ( 32 ) Simple & Easy Fundraising Ideas-D thru I

A fun weekend read with great ideas for raising money for your non-profit organization


After watching the news last night (don’t watch the news), it can be hard to believe that people will do anything good to help a good cause. 1,037 more words


Oswego County Community Foundation Awards $25,616 to Local Nonprofits

October 19, 2017 (Oswego, NY) –  Ten local nonprofit groups received grants totaling $25,616 from the Oswego County Community Foundation (“OCCF”).

CNY Arts Center received… 450 more words


Kate Hooray Osmond (MFAST ’19) named Griffith-Reyburn Lowcountry Artist of the Year 2017

Kate Hooray Osmond has been named Griffith-Reyburn Lowcountry Artist of the Year by the Coastal Community Foundation of South Carolina.

In conjunction with this award, an exhibition of 20 new paintings by Osmond will be on view at the Redux Contemporary Art Center in Charleston. 67 more words


Chi Yu Hu, PhD

Title: Physicist (Retired), Educator
Company: California State University, Long Beach
Location: Huntington, California, United States

Chi Yu Hu, PhD, Retired Physicist and Educator at California State University, Long Beach, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Educators for dedication, achievements, and leadership in physics and science education.

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Science Education

The need for metadata: "Karuk Tribe awarded museum services grant"


This linked article brings up several of the issues discussed in the readings this week, especially those considering how metadata creation enables different uses for digital objects. 419 more words


Reader Letter: Property tax increases could be spread out more evenly

Re: $1M in grants for downtown core fuels fears of a rich-poor divide, by Sharon Hill, Windsor Star, Sept. 30.

This is great news for Windsor as developers and businesses may finally spend some money in the downtown core with $964,000 in incentive grants on the table. 306 more words