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District of Columbia aims to prevent mig...

(Stock) The nation’s capital wants building owners to be smarter. A new law proposed by the Washington City Council aims to prevent hundreds of migrating birds from slamming against windows and falling to their deaths, DCist reported. New buildings should include materials qualified as “bird safe” to prevent such collisions, including screens or decals on […]

Sisters Health Foundation Makes Endowmen...

PARKERSBURG — The Sisters Health Foundation has announced several personnel changes. Effective January 1, 2023, Marian Clowes will join the staff in the newly created position of Associate Director. Clowes has 25 years of experience and is the associate director of community leadership at the Parkersburg Area Community Foundation. “His collaborative spirit and […]

Shero’s Rise and Mount Saint Mary’s Univ

Get instant alerts when news breaks on your stocks. Claim your one week free trial for StreetInsider Premium here. Los Angeles, California, March 25, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Shero’s Rise, a nonprofit dedicated to empowering and supporting girls, has partnered with Mount Saint Mary’s University in Los Angeles to bring more than 200 young women […]

Harvard, meet the locals of Allston-Brig...

The university’s expansion plan looks like the move of a for-profit entity Re “‘We don’t want another seaport here’: Coalition of community groups push for more public comment on Allston’s Harvard development plans” by Jon Chesto (Business, March 16): In As a longtime New Yorker who has seen similar large-scale expansions of Columbia University and […]

26 exemplary students awarded the Order ...

Twenty-six students – ranging from engineering to biology to education and others across the institution – have been named 2021-22 recipients of the Order of Pegasus, the most prestigious student award in UCF for those who display incredible academic achievement, academic involvement, leadership, and community service. This year’s recipients join UCF having already accomplished incredible […]

USRA launches space research program wit...

The non-profit Universities Space Research Association (USRA) has launched a science and technology research program with the US Space Force and Air Force research laboratory at seven universities, according to a press release issued. Monday. The announcement says the program, dubbed the University Consortium Research Opportunity (UCRO) initiative, will serve as a “critical partnership between […]

4 keys to a fair economic recovery after...

Inauguration (photo: John McCarten/City Council) A month before COVID-19 sweeps through the five boroughs, headlines about New York City historic economic growth abounded. Yet even as the city’s economy grew to historic highs, a crisis of inequality persisted in black and brown communities, which faced higher unemployment rates, less investment and growth, poorer health outcomes […]

Atomic Wins “Best Transaction Banking So

The recognition further validates Atomic’s market-leading payroll connectivity solutions for the financial services industry. SALT LAKE CITY, March 21, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Atomic, the market-leading provider of payroll connectivity, has been named the winner of the sixth annual FinTech Breakthrough Awards for “Best Transaction Banking Solution.” This price follows that of the company $40 million […]

Arkansas’ artistic renaissance

I visit the Art Group Gallery at Pleasant Ridge Town Center in West Little Rock with Bob Snider, a longtime friend who worked for U.S. Senator John L. McClellan in Washington, DC, before returning to Arkansas to launch a career in the financial sector. sector. When Snider retired in 2008, he started painting. “You can’t […]

Israel is the 9th happiest country in th...

People gather on a seaside promenade in Tel Aviv on May 6, 2021. (Jack Guez/AFP via Getty Images) (JTA) — Israel is the ninth happiest country in the world, according to the World Happiness Report, a project of the United Nations Sustainable Development Solutions Network. Israel has slowly moved up the rankings in recent years, […]

Executions by firing squad get green lig...

By MEG KINNARD COLUMBIA, SC (AP) — South Carolina gave the go-ahead to executions by firing squad, a method codified in state law last year after a decade-long hiatus from execution death sentences due to the state’s inability to procure lethal injection drugs. The state Department of Corrections said Friday that renovations have been completed […]

Banducci fans, haters sign up

There are two schools of thought on the North Idaho College Board of Trustees. Everyone gets as much support as possible. The college has seen many changes in the past year, from the firing of the former president without cause to the recommendation of probation by a panel representing the institution’s accrediting body. These changes, […]

Walton’s Whole Health Institute Announce

BENTONVILLE — Tracy Gaudet has stepped down as founding executive director of the Whole Health Institute, the nonprofit group announced Monday. Walt Cooper assumed the role of general manager on Monday, according to spokeswoman Beth Bobbitt. He was hired Jan. 3 as general manager of healthcare initiatives — overseeing planning, budget and operations, she said. […]

The 2022 Summit of the Americas will tak...

NEW YORK, NY, March 16, 2022 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Concordia has announced that it will hold its 2022 Summit of the Americas in Miami, Florida in July 2022. The Concordia Summit of the Americas was originally scheduled to take place alongside the ninth Summit of the Americas in June in Los Angeles, California. Concordia, in […]

Diane Kaplan steps down as CEO of the Ra...

Rasmuson Foundation President and CEO Diane Kaplan speaks during a press conference Wednesday, Sept. 25, 2019, at Lousaac Place in Anchorage. (Loren Holmes/DNA) Diane Kaplan, who spearheaded the Rasmuson Foundation’s growth into a major Alaskan philanthropic organization organization, will retire early next year after 26 years. Kaplan said the January death of the foundation’s chairman, […]

United Health Foundation invests in nonp...

The United Health Foundation, the philanthropic foundation of UnitedHealth Group (NYSE: UNH), has awarded a three-year, $2 million grant to HealthNet Inc., a nonprofit healthcare provider serving Indiana, to expand access to primary and behavioral health care in Indiana’s Morgan and Monroe counties, as well as high-poverty areas of Indianapolis. “I am very pleased to […]

What happens to nonprofits when student ...

By ASHRAF KHALIL Associated Press When the pandemic shut down schools two years ago, Scott Losavio faced a problem that plagues students, administrators, and communities around the world: What happens when all the student volunteers disappear? As a service coordinator at Catholic High School in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Losavio helps students fulfill the school’s requirement […]

USDA Creates $35 Million Funding Opportu...

The United States Department of Agriculture announced this week (March 9, 2022) approximately $35 million in funding available for community and nonprofit organizations, institutions of higher education, and tribal entities that help farmers and historically underserved and veteran ranchers to own and operate successful farms. Funding is made through the USDA Outreach and Assistance Program […]

Editorial: Taxing Students, Patients Ins...

Pittsburgh may have been built by the high-profit steel, coal, and glass industries, but today its economy is driven by high-value nonprofits. There are higher education institutions. The University of Pittsburgh is one of the largest in a state packed with post-secondary schools. Carnegie Mellon University is one of the most respected in the world […]

Saint Louis University student honored a...

ST. LOUIS — Campus Compact, a national coalition of colleges and universities working to advance public goals for higher education, has named 173 student civic leaders who will make up the organization’s 2022-2023 cohort of Newman Civic Fellows. Marquis Govan, an undergraduate student studying social work and sociology at Saint Louis University, will join students […]

Which companies left Russia: the list of...

Tech companies around the world are pulling out of Russia. Jakub Porzycki/Getty Images This story is part War in UkraineCNET’s coverage of events there and the wider effects on the world. As the Russian invasion of Ukraine continues, a number of tech companies have said they will stop selling products and services in the country. […]

San Diego Botanical Garden Launches Medi...

Prebys subsidizes the project; includes regional collaboration The San Diego Botanical Garden in Encinitas is expanding its conservation and preservation efforts from plants to medicine with a $384,000 grant from the Conrad Prebys Foundation, the garden announced March 8. Through the new National Medicinal Plant Collection and Research Consortium, the garden will collaborate with Salk […]

How Russian oligarchs funnel money to Am...

ACDC investigators have found that a group of wealthy Russians, many of whom are suspected of various forms of kleptocracy or foreign policy interference, have donated hundreds of millions to American charities, some even serving on the board administration of these organizations. The ACDC has identified seven oligarchs directly linked to US political interference campaigns […]

– Colleges and universities oppose stude

Legislation proposed by a group of current and former students to prevent sexual assault and support survivors on college campuses was defeated by Maine colleges and universities at a hearing on Tuesday. State-funded social service organizations, including the Maine Coalition Against Sexual Assault, Maine Coalition to End Domestic Violence, and Pine Tree Legal Assistance, supported […]

WMCAT Relaunches Virtual Speaker Series

A local nonprofit brings together national thought leaders and local stakeholders to explore the interconnectedness of systems that impact community prosperity through a series of virtual speakers. The West Michigan Center for Arts + Technology said registration is now open for a three-week virtual series, WMCAT 20/20: Exploring Intersecting Visions for the Future, which will […]

Senate OK committee bill to replace Kent...

FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) — A Kentucky Senate panel on Monday unanimously approved legislation that would require Kentucky State University’s board of trustees to be replaced by April 1. Democratic Gov. Andy Beshear could appoint eight members to an entirely new board, which would be confirmed by the Senate. Three places would go to members elected […]

Give meaning to your financial brand

SPONSORED CONTENT PRESENTED BY EPICOSITY Quick, think of a bank or cash register announcement… What do you imagine? A young smiling man with the keys to his new car? An older couple gardening or biking? A photo of their new mortgage officers? The sincere promise that their employees make all the difference? How about a […]

Margo Tiller, who imagined OUR center, r...

Margo Tiller was the kind of person who observed a problem and did something about it, those who knew her said. A bold pioneer, known for her white hair and sparkling blue eyes, Tiller was a strong advocate for the marginalized. As a pastoral minister at Spirit of Peace Catholic Church, she was part of […]

Tuition-free college movement gains mome...

College Promise programs, as tuition-free initiatives are commonly referred to, enjoy broad support across the political spectrum. Forty-seven states and DC have at least one such program at the college, city, or state level. There are 33 statewide programs that cover tuition at community colleges or universities and higher education, and experts say the number […]

Radio Station WHMI 93.5 FM – News, Weath

Courtesy of Kelly Lee (NEW YORK) — Matthew and Christy Johnson describe watching Russia’s invasion of Ukraine as “heartbreaking.” The Johnsons, of Littleton, Colorado, are among hundreds of families in the United States who were in the process of adopting a Ukrainian child when the conflict broke out. “It’s like living in a nightmare,” Matthew […]

Jewish groups praise House committee for...

(March 3, 2022 / JNS) The U.S. House Homeland Security Committee on Wednesday introduced a bill that would authorize $500 million in annual funding for the nonprofit Security Grants Program (NSGP), which provides funds for strengthen the security of targeted non-profit institutions such as places of worship, day schools, museums and community centers. The Nonprofit […]

Amazon enlists national adult-serving no...

National University Selected as National Education Provider for Amazon’s Career Choice Program, Making Tuition-Free Education Available to Amazon’s 750,000 Hourly Employees SAN DIEGO (March 3, 2022) – National University (NU), the flagship institution of the National University System, which includes three universities serving more than 45,000 students, has been selected by Amazon to serve as […]

Russian-Ukrainian war: California-based ...

UKRAINE (KGO) – As war continues in Ukraine, a California-based nonprofit is helping disabled Ukrainians flee to neighboring countries. It’s a daring rescue that requires mobilization in the war zone. “For example, with a quadriplegic, if they’re on the 9th or 7th floor when there’s this alarm that there might be a bomb, they don’t […]

Colorado’s only black-led community foun

Colorado welcomed its only black-led community foundation with the launch of the AYA Foundation on Monday. Led by the Black Business Initiative as a philanthropic arm, the foundation aims to provide both programs and funds to entrepreneurs and organizations that support the black community. “Aya” is a West African symbol of endurance and resourcefulness. “The […]

Supreme Court nominee heads to Senate fo...

“Until that happens, we will continue to level the playing field to advance our progressive values,” Kurtz wrote on Medium. Support from the right Jackson will also meet with Senate Judiciary Chairman Richard J. Durbin of Illinois and Ranking Member Charles E. Grassley of Iowa on Wednesday. Prior to that, Jackson’s nomination garnered support from […]

NON-PROFIT REGISTER | Beaux Arts Ball t...

NATIONAL JEWISH HEALTH denver News: No visit to Paris is complete without a stop at the Moulin Rouge, but it didn’t take a passport and a plane ticket to sample the legendary nightclub when National Jewish Health held its signature fundraiser. “Celebrating the Moulin Rouge” was the theme for the 25th annual Beaux Arts Ball, […]

US Department of State Announces Top Pro...

WASHINGTON, February 28, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The US Department of State, in conjunction with the Institute of International Education (IIE), released lists of more than 125 U.S. institutions of higher learning that sent the most U.S. Fulbright students and U.S. scholars abroad in the 2021-2022 academic year. The 2021-2022 rosters include nine Asian American and […]

Best Credit Union 2022: Travis Credit Un...

Travis Credit Union, headquartered in Vacaville, is a non-profit cooperative financial institution serving those who live or work in Solano, Yolo, Sacramento, Placer, San Joaquin, Stanislaus, Napa, Contra Costa, Alameda, Sonoma , Colusa, and Merced Counties. Travis Credit Union is currently the 12th largest credit union in California with over 217,000 members and over $4.7 […]

Biden administration expands permits for...

1/4 Biden administration officials issued a seventh blanket license from the Treasury Department to expand authorizations for business with Afghanistan under sanctions. Photo by Mike Theiler/UPI | License picture February 26 (UPI) — Top Biden administration officials issued a blanket license to expand permits for business transactions in Afghanistan to deal with the country’s financial […]

Cornerstone Advisors Asset Management Aw...

BETHLEHEM, Pa.—Feb. 25 2022— Cornerstone Advisors Asset Management, LLC, one of the nation’s largest independent financial advisory firms specializing in the management of institutional assets, qualified and unqualified pension plans, private wealth and philanthropic services, announced its inaugural Cornerstone Cares program by awarding $21,000 to local organizations in the Lehigh Valley. “At Cornerstone, we strive […]

Biennial Arte 2022 | Biennale Arte 2022...

Angela Su: Arise, Hong Kong to VeniceArsenal, Campo della Tana, Castle 2126April 23 – November 27, 2022Organizing institutions: M+, West Kowloon Cultural District Authority and Hong Kong Arts Development Councilwww.westkowloon.hk/en/mpluswww.hkadc.org.hkhttp://2022.vbexhibitions.hk angels are listeningLoggia del Temanza, Dorsoduro 1602April 23 – November 27, 2022Organizing institution: Centro Studi e Documentazione della Cultura Armena APOLLO, APOLLO Rue du Ridotto […]

Hochul calls for transfer of $150 millio...

In an effort to give small entrepreneurs in underbanked communities better access to capital, New York Governor Kathy Hochul announced Thursday that she plans to ask the federal government to approve a $150 million transfer. to community development financial institutions. Those federal dollars, which she said would represent the largest such investment in the state’s […]

Atlantic Cape recognized as a Leader Col...

MAYS LANDING – Atlantic Cape Community College has been recertified as a Leader College by Achieving the Dream (ATD), a national nonprofit organization dedicated to advancing community colleges as centers of equity and mobility in their communities , for his efforts to ensure the success of all students. “It is truly an honor to be […]

Q&A with RARE-X disease data platform fo

Non-profit organization RARE-X is creating a centralized, easily accessible data hub for all rare disease patient data that can help researchers answer questions about existing disorders, discover new ones, and to find treatments. It grew out of the work Nicole Boice, Founder and Chief Engagement Officer of RARE-X, did with Global Genes. This organization supports […]

Economist and environmentalist to speak ...

SALISBURY — Author and activist Winona LaDuke will travel to Catawba on Tuesday to speak about indigenity, intersectionality and inspiration. LaDuke has worn many hats over the years. She is an economist, writer, activist and hemp grower. She graduated from Harvard and Antioch universities. She is best known for her activism with Native American populations […]

The tram arrives at Bellevue. Will a vi...

EastHUB’s yet-to-be-named hub, which will seat up to 1,200 people, is set to rise a stone’s throw from where PACE may one day be held. The new multipurpose theatre/arts space will be nestled amidst the three skyscrapers that make up Cloudvue, a major new downtown development between the Meydenbauer Center Theater, where many of downtown […]

Nathan Wechsler announces new promotions

Regional accounting firm Nathan Wechsler & Company, PA is pleased to announce the promotions of Samantha Henrichon, Brett McConn, Heather Murphy and Annie Scionti Brett, CPA. McConn started at the firm in 2016 and has spent his entire professional accounting career with Nathan Wechsler & Company, PA. Henrichon and Murphy both started in 2017; Henrichon […]

Your news: Announcements from WGU, MU Ex...

The Pittsburg Ice Bowl benefit tournament is scheduled for February 26 The Pittsburg Department of Parks and Recreation and the Pittsburg Disc Golf Club are teaming up to host the Ice Bowl Benefit Tournament on Feb. 26 beginning at 11 a.m. at Schlanger Park Disc Golf Course. Registration will take place from 10 a.m. to […]

People | Lifestyles | tdn.com

Gaebel named to the honor roll Hannah Gabel of Kelso has been named to the Fall 2021 Quarter Honor Roll at Spokane Community College. Students who achieve a cumulative grade point average of 3.0 or higher are placed on the honor roll which ended in December. SCC offers high-quality academic, career-technical, and e-learning transfer programs […]

90% of eligible families do not have acc...

Pierre Prato Every year, $60 billion in public assistance is not claimed. These include food stamps, health care and federal financial aid for college. Read: essential resources that could be a way out of poverty for low-income Americans. This is where Patrice Berry comes in. She builds AssistHub, a virtual assistant that reduces the time […]

College endowments skyrocketed in fiscal...

College and university endowments posted dizzying returns in fiscal year 2021, with endowments of all sizes increasing by at least 20%, according to a new study. The average university endowment size increased 35% to $1.1 billion, and the median endowment size reached $200 million. The study, conducted annually by the National Association of College and […]

Blue Cross NC awards millions to nonprof...

Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina (Blue Cross NC) announced the first set of recipients of its $4 million commitment to address and eliminate racial, health, and geographic disparities in North Carolina. Seventeen organizations across the state are receiving grants, totaling $3 million, for the society’s “Addressing Disparities in Maternal and Child Health” […]

National journalists weigh in on newsroo...

Media executives from major outlets joined the virtual panel “Does the News Represent Us? The State of Journalism From Those Who Shape It” earlier this month. It was the flagship event of the celebration of the 100and anniversary of the founding of the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University. Charles Whitaker, Dean of Medill, […]

The association’s actions on PTSD contri

In recent years, American society, the government of Illinois, and even many localities in the state have made significant institutional strides in helping people with mental illness. Valuable as these steps are, an unspoken byproduct of such statutory and process-oriented actions can be even more important in the long run. It’s that they’ve helped bring […]

VIEWPOINT: With DE&I, Delaware can compe

Did you know that in 2044 Delaware is expected to be a majority minority state? It depends researchers at the Center for American Progress, the American Enterprise Institute, and the Brookings Institution. And by 2060, New Castle County is expected to be one of the most racially and ethnically diverse counties in America, according to […]

State awards $808 million to support hou...

At the end of January, the Strategic Growth Council awarded 37 projects for a total of $808 million under the Affordable Housing and Sustainable Communities program. AHSC is funded by California’s cap and trade program and its multi-faceted goals, including reducing greenhouse gas emissions by placing homes near public transportation, and increasing opportunities for people […]

Strategic philanthropy and the need to i...

Disadvantaged communities are facing a disproportionate burden of the impact of COVID-19, especially economically, and many nonprofits that work with these communities are struggling. Indian philanthropy can help improve the resilience of these organizations, but the task will not be easy and several steps will be required. In addition to increasing investment, it is important […]

Our Recommendations in State Board of Ed...

One thing candidates running for a seat on the State Board of Education often have to contend with is their surprise at how little authority the position actually has. Big ideas for improving teaching? To recruit teachers or inspire students? Do you think the money should be spent differently or taxes should be reduced? Save […]

Naval Postgraduate School employee faces...

MONTEREY — Jay Adeff, a civilian staffer at the Naval Postgraduate School, has been arrested and charged with possession of child pornography. According to Adeff’s LinkedIn page, he has been a supervising physicist at the Naval Postgraduate School since 1988. He also earned two master’s degrees from the institution, including advanced degrees in physics and […]

Meet the 11 candidates (so far) for USF ...

The University of South Florida has released the names and resumes of 11 candidates to be the school’s next president, a group with ambitious ideas and diverse experience. They come from all over the world, some from higher education and some from the private sector. But none of them are likely to be a favorite […]

Generosity Peirce College | Communicati...

Peirce College is seeking an experienced Communications and Development Specialist to contribute to the work of the Marketing and Communications Department as well as the Institutional Advancement Department by helping to attract new students, encourage donations, enhancing the image of the College, ensuring compliance with development activities, and managing communications that facilitate positive relationships with […]

OMSI scientist honored by Association fo...

Image: Ben Van Mooy see Following Credit: WHOI Woods Hole, MA (February 10, 2022) – Dr. Benjamin Van Mooy, Woods Hole Senior Oceanography Scientist and Chair of the Department of Marine Chemistry and Geochemistry, receives the G. Evelyn Hutchinson Award from the Association for Life Sciences Limnology and Oceanography (ASLO). The ASLO awards the prize […]

Cyndi Lauper, Paul Simon, Stephen Colber...

Cyndi Lauper, Paul Simon, Stephen Colbert, Jesse Paris Smith & Camerata – Queensland Chamber Orchestra Join 35th Annual Tibet House US Virtual Benefit Concert Lineup March 3, 2022 – TICKETS ON SALE NOW! Presented by Mandolin REPRESENTATIONS BY: Art Director Philip Glass, Keanu Reeves, Trey Anastasio, Cyndi Lauper, Patti Smith, Laurie Anderson, Nathaniel Rateliff, Jason […]

Carnegie Classifications Finding a New H...

After leaving its longtime headquarters at Indiana University and abandoning plans to move to Albion College in Michigan, the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education has settled into a new home: the American Council on Education. ACE — a nonprofit organization for college and university leaders based in Washington, D.C. — will house the […]

Map rural colleges and universities

Defining rural colleges and universities nationally has long been a challenge, experts say. But without a comprehensive definition, these institutions have often been overlooked in research as well as state and federal funding. However, experts point out that these colleges educate and employ millions of Americans, many of whom are people of color and from […]

Texas rabbi who faced hostage taker to a...

WASHINGTON (JTA) — Rabbi Charlie Cytron-Walker, who has faced a hostage crisis at his Texas synagogue, will join a call from the Jewish Federations movement in Congress to double funding for security organizations in nonprofit at $360 million. Cytron-Walker will join Eric Fingerhut, CEO of the Jewish Federations of North America, in an appearance Tuesday […]

Group 568 Colleges Do Not Deserve Antitr...

Cartels set prices. They make things more expensive. That’s what OPEC did to gas prices in the 1970s. Recently, a group of elite colleges (the 568 Group) have been accused of acting as a cartel to fix the prices students pay. unfairly limiting the amount of financial assistance they could receive. It turns out, however, […]

Commonwealth Magazine

BOSTON IS A CITY rich in history – but sometimes does a poor job of collecting and sharing all of it with everyone who might be interested. Oh, Boston is pretty good from 1630 when the Puritans landed (after their first choice, Salem, “didn’t please us” according to John Winthrop) until 1776 when the British […]

Rett Nonprofit joins consortium to accel...

The Rett Syndrome Research Trust (RSRT) has joined the new Accelerating Medicines Partnership (AMP) Bespoke Gene Therapy Consortium (BGTC), which works to accelerate the development of gene therapies for rare diseases. Launched in October 2021, the consortium is the latest AMP initiative – and the first focused on rare diseases. The RSRT is the second […]

More Funding Supports Crenshaw Corridor ...

A The 1.3-mile Crenshaw Community Revitalization Project will receive nearly $30 million to support restorative development that will cement a Black Los Angeles cultural footprint along Crenshaw Boulevard. Destination Crenshaw (DC), the name of Crenshaw’s nonprofit and community revitalization project, began in 2017 as a $100 million project. The nonprofit has since raised public and […]

Strictly Business: the next generation o...

“The Covid-19 pandemic has fundamentally changed our relationships between work and family life as well as between institutions, healthcare, government and employers, not to mention traditional approaches in how we manage our performance. in company.” Today, many companies are looking for ways to retain their employees. Productive supervision and leadership in any business environment is […]

New reports shed light on rural colleges

What is a rural college? And where to find such institutions? The questions seem simple, but in higher education the answers are surprisingly complex. Now, two new reports aim to clarify them. The first, published in December, comes from the University of Wisconsin and is titled “Mapping Rural Colleges and Their Communities.” Nicholas Hillman, a […]

Essential Seattle Museums | Seattle Met

At their best, museums transport you to the fjords of Norway, to the pixelated landscape of Minecraft, to previously unimaginable worlds of color, light and shadow. These institutions, from the region’s largest visual arts collection to a museum dedicated to pop music and geek culture, do just that. A necessary complement: There […]

Local nonprofit halts weekly cleanup cam...

After two years of community service, Live Life Always (LLA) has decided to stop conducting its weekly volunteer service. The non-profit organization’s co-founder, Sean Williams, recently announced on social media that the organization would stop its weekly clean-up campaigns in and around Fourways. The organization that champions a clean, safe and litter-free environment was started […]

Despite EU promise to end incitement, Pa...

Palestinian Authority textbooks have remained largely unchanged and still contain incitement to violence and hatred despite European Union promises to work with the PA to revise them, according to a study by the Palestinian Authority. Israeli nonprofit IMPACT-found last week. Following an in-depth study of Palestinian textbooks conducted in 2021, a European Union spokesperson said […]

GOP senator admits religious freedom mea...

By James Finn | DETROIT – A Christian adoption agency that is part of a progressive denomination just used a Tennessee law to prevent a Jewish couple from adopting a child, who is now languishing in state care. The same agency had previously used the law for its intended purpose – refusing to work with […]

Granums leave a legacy at the Besser Mus...

ALPENA – The Besser Museum for Northeast Michigan is proud and pleased to announce the receipt of a legacy gift from the estate of Robert and Jacquelyn Granum. The donation was entrusted to the Community Foundation of Northeast Michigan to help the museum preserve and interpret Alpena’s long and rich history. The […]

GOP lawmaker admits ‘interest in’ religi

December 5, 2017-Umbrella with religious messages displayed at the Supreme Court in support of Masterpiece CakeshopPhoto: Shutterstock A Republican lawmaker has admitted in public that the purpose of his “religious freedom” is to legalize discrimination against LGBTQ people. For years, LGBTQ advocates have argued that religious exemptions — whether passed through legislation or created by […]

Cleveland-area entrepreneurs will receiv...

An effort to support women- and minority-owned businesses on the southeast side of Cleveland is part of a new small business relief program in Cuyahoga, Lorain and Ashtabula counties. The Entrepreneur-in-Residence program, funded by Huntington Bank, will connect 11 nonprofit organizations with local businesses, providing them with skills, training and funding opportunities. In Cleveland, the […]

Non-profit organization restoring nutrit...

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (KNWA/KFTA) – Apple Seeds, a local educational nonprofit, is reviving its school nutrition education programs supported by a grant from the Walmart Foundation. The Cooking In The Schools program teaches students cooking skills combined with nutrition education to enable them to enjoy and choose nutrient-dense foods. During the school day, students learn how […]

Jung Selected as AAAS Scholar for Distin...

Photo by University Relations Ranu Jung, Founding Executive Director and Chair of the Institute for Integrative and Innovative Research (I3R) at U of A and Distinguished Professor of Biomedical Engineering. Ranu Jung has been named a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, the world’s largest general science society and editor of […]

Who is on the board of the New Gates Fou...

No former Microsoft executives have been named to the board, although two of the foundation’s former CEOs came from the software company (as did Ms. French Gates and, of course, Mr. Gates). There are other signs of a slight loosening of the founders’ grip. Mr. Suzman authored the organization’s 2022 annual letter, a document that […]

Community briefings: event postponed, Ki...

Los Altan of the Year event moved to April 19 Following the surge of the omicron variant, the Los Altos Town Crier’s dinner and in-person program honoring Los Altans’ 2021 Penny and Roy Lave of the Year has been rescheduled to April 19. The Town Crier’s staff announced the honor in December. The Lava headlined […]

Identity Automation Partners with Global...

Partners Collaborate to Raise Cybersecurity Standards in K-12 Education as School Districts Face Unprecedented Threats HOUSTON, January 25, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Identity Automation, the digital identity platform for education, and K12 SIX, a nonprofit division of the Global Resilience Federation (GRF) that focuses on promoting cyber resilience for Public school districts and private schools across […]

COVID-19 Analysis for Global CPA and Man...

New Jersey, United States,- Market Research Intellect has released a new publication on the Management Consulting and CPA Services Market, titled “Management Consulting and CPA Services Market Analysis and Forecast 2022”. The publication provides an in-depth assessment of global automotive chassis dynamometers. market based on competition, market dynamics, market segmentation and other vital aspects. The […]

New nonprofit wants to design cheap drug...

Britain’s RECOVERY trial, a platform study evaluating several potential treatments for Covid-19 using the NHS network of hospitals, has proven to be one of the most successful pandemic attempts, likely saving hundreds thousands of lives. Its creators want to tackle other diseases in the same way, and they got money from Big Pharma to get […]

Canby Music Store welcomes new talent

Canby Music, Canby’s local source for sales and rentals of instruments, supplies and lessons, has recently expanded its stable of musical talent and instruction with the addition of Christian Engerman and Lana Szenasi. Like many budding young musicians, Engerman got his start in school, albeit at a younger age than most. “I started playing the […]

Coleman Museum receives gift from CHA Cl...

The Coleman Museum and Gallery at Heritage Hall (CHAPS) recently received a donation of $3911.72 from the Coleman High School Class of 1965. The presentation of the class, represented by Ralph Terry and Diann Dunn Dillingham, which did not able to attend the presentation, was made in honor of all their class members, deceased and […]

Michigan’s state-owned companies are mak

The 2021 Women in the Workplace report published by LeanIn.org and McKinsey & Co. noted that women hired into entry-level positions begin to lose ground from the very first promotion, she said. There is gender parity at the entry level, but with the first promotion the gap begins to widen. There are fewer people progressing […]

Community Foundation of North Central Ma...

FITCHBURG — The Community Foundation of North Central Massachusetts announced that it launched the 2022 North Central Massachusetts Racial Equity Grant Program — Martin Luther King Jr. Day on Jan. 17, according to a press release from the foundation. The program will distribute $58,500 in grants to selected nonprofits serving all 33 communities in north […]

USM President Rodney Bennett resigns

Rodney Bennett, president of the University of Southern Mississippi. Credit: usm.edu Rodney Bennett, who made history as the first black president of the University of Southern Mississippi, announced his intention to step down in June 2023. “Now is the time for me to stand down for another person to pave the way for the next […]

Bank of America awards $1 million grant ...

MENLO PARK, Calif., January 21, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — JobTrain, a Silicon Valley nonprofit organization working to transform lives through workforce development programs and career placement services, has received a $1,000,000 grant from Bank of America. The grant will help fund the construction of their new Economic Mobility Center in East of Palo Alto, which will […]

I graduated from university with EASE

I’m not sure I could have graduated from college without Warner University and the EASE voucher that helped me pay tuition. I was not the best student in high school. I focused on my baseball career, and I was good at it. Warner University recruited me to pursue my baseball career as their team’s pitcher. […]

Local scene: Piano competition for young...

The piano competition for young people is looking for candidates Registration is now open for the 17th Annual Marian Filice Piano Competition and Music Festival for Young People at Gavilan College. Piano students in grades 5 through 12 can sign up to participate in the Youth Piano Competition, while all other musicians can sign up […]

Weakening Gulf Stream could lead to sea ...

A slowdown in the Gulf Stream and major currents in the Atlantic Ocean could lead to up to 2 feet of sea level rise on the Jersey Shore, researchers say. Scientists are monitoring this slowing of ocean currents, called the Atlantic Meridian Overturning Circulation or AMOC, because of the potential for future catastrophic changes to […]

Senator John Laird, authors, garners sup...

WATSONVILLE — Language that could create a health care district for the Pajaro Valley is on its way to the floor of the state Assembly. Senate Bill 418, an emergency bill drafted by Senator John Laird, received unanimous bipartisan support on Wednesday in the Assembly’s Local Government Committee for its motivation to preserve access to […]

Modern Campus acquires continuing educat...

Higher education technology company Modern Campus on Wednesday announced the acquisition of enrollment software provider Augusoft, the company’s fifth acquisition in the past 12 months. Augusoft’s online enrollment software, Lumens, is designed to manage students enrolled in continuing and professional education. Modern Campus offers a competing student management system for non-traditional enrollments called Destiny One. […]

RACA organizes a workshop for the non-pr...

Doha: A virtual international workshop on updating the sectoral assessment of illicit finance risks in the nonprofit sector kicked off Monday in Doha. The two-day workshop is organized by the Charities Regulatory Authority (RACA) with participation from UK’s GreenAcre Group, the National Anti-Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing Committee and the ‘Financial Information Unit of the […]

TTUHSC El Paso Vice President Joins Pres...

TTUHSC — A Texas-based nonprofit charged with developing the state’s next generation of top leaders has selected a vice president from Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center El Paso to join its ranks. Andrea Tawney, Ph.D., vice president of the Office of Institutional Advancement, has been selected for the Class of 2022 for the Texas […]

Backer retires from Missouri Colleges Fu...

Missouri Colleges Fund (MCF) President Mike Backer is retiring from the organization next month after 16 years at its helm with former Special Olympics Missouri (SOMO) President and CEO Susan Stegeman on his side. succeed. Backer will complete his term at the end of this month after raising more than $8.7 million in scholarships for […]

First generation low income (FGLI): an e...

Several years ago, as a new student, I was blessed with an “aha” moment recognizing an extension of my personal identity. For me, the feeling of incorporating terms and labels that I was previously unaware of, but immediately clicking on hearing them, is unparalleled. A series of detailed personal information forms, frequent engagement with an […]

Reduce racial disparities in cancer outc...

Cancer is the second leading cause of death in the United States, but there are significant disparities by race and ethnicity. While the rate of new cases is similar for white and black patients, the death rate for black cancer patients continues to be higher (173 per 100,000 people) than for white people (153 for […]

BudgIT: We discovered 460 duplicate proj...

BudgIT, a civic tech nonprofit, says 460 projects worth N378.9 billion were duplicated in the 2022 budget. Iyanu Fatoba, communications associate at BudgIT, disclosed in a statement. On December 31, 2021, President Muhammadu Buhari sign the N17.13 trillion finance bill 2022 in the law. The presidency had submitted a draft fiscal budget of N16.391 billion […]

4 Saipan students on SNHU President’s li

MANCHESTER, NH (SNHU) — It is with great pleasure that Southern New Hampshire University congratulates the following Saipan students on their nomination to the Fall 2021 President’s List: Noah Pohl Loretolynn Itibus Kina Sablan Mary Jane Sikebert Full-time undergraduate students who have achieved a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3,700 and above are named […]

Microsoft warns of destructive malware i...

Moscow [Russia], Jan 16 (ANI/Sputnik): The computer systems of several Ukrainian government agencies and non-profit organizations were infected with malware disguised as ransomware, Microsoft said. “Microsoft Threat Intelligence Center (MSTIC) has identified evidence of a destructive malware operation targeting multiple organizations in Ukraine. This malware first appeared on victim systems in Ukraine on January 13, […]

Intel and YWCA Metro Phoenix honored 20 ...

Intel and YWCA Metro Phoenix Honored 20 Arizona Organizations with Equity in STEAM Grant Nonprofits and local educational institutions will use grants and training to bridge racial and gender gaps as part of the STEAM Leadership Learning Series Chandler, AZ (January 17, 2022) – intel company, Arizona’s largest technology manufacturer, was pleased to announce that […]

Racial and ethnic diversity is lacking a...

Atinuke Adediran, Fordham University [This article first appeared in The Conversation. Used with permission] About 87% of nonprofit CEOs in the United States were white in 2019, up from 90% in 2016. Similarly, about 78% of nonprofit organization board members were white in 2019, up from 84% in 2016, according to Board Source, a nonprofit […]

Anonymous sender attacks Buckhead town l...

Buckhead city movement leader attacked as ‘sleazy’ and ‘fast-talking’ New Yorker to ‘destroy Atlanta’ in anonymous post that cites fundraising scandals from his past to cast doubt assertions of the current effort. The Buckhead town committee calls the attack on its president and chief executive, Bill White, the “lies” of a “cowardly author” and says […]

A paradox: ‘risk reduction’ can increase

We blogged previously on the significant steps the European Union (“EU”) has recently taken to implement a tough new cross-border Anti-Money Laundering (“AML”) and Countering the Financing of Terrorism (“CFT”) framework “). This included, among others, EU-wide guidelines proposed by the European Banking Authority (“EBA”) for AML/CFT Compliance Officers. The need for competent, experienced and […]

The Pryor Center presents “The End of th

Photo submitted General Wesley K. Clark (retired) The David and Barbara Pryor Center for Arkansas Oral and Visual History at the Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences will host its first Pryor Center Presents conference of the new year on Monday, January 24, with “The End of the Post-Cold War: America in Crisis,” given by […]

Athletics opens the New Year at the HBCU...

History links BALTIMORE, Md. (January 14, 2022) – Morgan State’s indoor track and field teams kick off the New Year on Saturday, Jan. 15, as the Bears travel to compete in the HBCU Showcase at the New Balance Track & Field Center at the Armory in New York, NY. The meeting pays homage to the […]

5 things you need to know today in Worce...

In today’s 5 things you need to know daily article, ThisWeekinWorcester.com explores five important things and stories that residents of Worcester and central Massachusetts should watch closely. These five things can cover a whole range of topics and issues that we deem relevant to understanding what is going on in the city and the towns […]

Terasaki Institute for Biomedical Innova...

image: Rousselot and the Terasaki Institute for Biomedical Innovation form a partnership see Following Credit: Terasaki Institute for Biomedical Innovation and Rousselot (LOS ANGELES) – The Terasaki Institute for Biomedical Innovation (TIBI), a non-profit multidisciplinary bioengineering research institution, announces its partnership with Darling Ingredients health brand Rousselot®, the world leader in collagen base, with over […]

Anthology and Togetherall Partner to Bri...

BOCA RATON, Florida, January 12, 2022 / PRNewswire / – Anthology, a leading provider of educational solutions that support the entire learner lifecycle, today announced a partnership with Togetherall, a leading online mental health service that provides millions of people have access to 24-hour peer support, facilitated by licensed mental health practitioners. The partnership will […]

Hyde Park Refugee Project hires UCicago ...

The Hyde Park Refugee Project, the first of its kind in Hyde Park, has been helping refugee and immigrant families settle on the South Side since 2015. The project also helps refugee families find affordable housing, get in touch with employers and develop their English. Language skills. In an interview with * The Maroon *, […]

NY has $ 530 million to help homeowners ...

New York has started accepting requests for a new $ 539 million fund to help homeowners who have fallen behind on mortgage payments and are at risk of losing their homes due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Those unable to make mortgage payments or pay property taxes, or water and sewer bills due to financial hardship […]

UNM Graduates Take Next Steps

While the COVID-19 pandemic has posed a unique set of challenges for students, some have been able to take these changes in stride and find unique opportunities to connect. Datenzing Tamang, Sami Sosa, and Mia Amin, University of New Mexico graduates in fall 2021, have found ways to break new ground, even when the road […]

$ 2 billion investment in kindergarten t...

FRANKFURT, Ky. – Governor Andy Beshear outlined his budget plan to make a record $ 2 billion investment in pre-K-12 education to create a world-class education system across the Commonwealth, the largest investment in this sector in the history of the state. The governor added that the state’s recent record economic growth, with more than […]

“Meet ABGA, create the future” – Asia Bl

North West, Singapore, January 10, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Singapore is known as the City of the Lion. It is the financial center of Asia and brings together many companies and talents of technological innovation. ABGA invited Diamond and Platinum members, cooperative media and community partners, as well as special guests to attend the launch […]

Start the New Year on the right foot! R...

With the new year here, it’s time to consider a resolution to seek a better career through higher education. Most colleges in the New York area are still registering courses for Fall 2022 or Spring 2023. You can choose to attend in person (as long as you are vaccinated) or register for distance learning courses. […]