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The King's College to Host Western Civilization Challenge Bowl With Princeton, Harvard and Grove City College

2019-01-16 | On January 25 and 26, 2019, The King's College will host the 2nd Annual American History and Western Civilization Challenge Bowl™, sponsored by the American Heritage Education Foundation.


First US Agricultural Commission for Cannabis Launches Washington State Growers Push for Cannabis Research and Education

2019-01-07 | A dedicated group worked over the past 5 years to ge to this historic point. The announcement took take place at The Cannabis Summit Friday 01/0419 at 10am. Governor Inslee, members of the WA State Congress, WSLCB and WSDA were in attendance.


FRA Hosts its First-ever Public Safety Technology Summit, a Dual Conference Event for Public Safety Departments

2018-12-27 | Conference will feature advanced topics related to body-worn camera usage and public safety, unmanned aircraft systems, and counter drones


Special-in-Uniform Volunteers Visit the President's Residence

2018-12-25 | Young men and women with special needs who participate in the IDF's groundbreaking Special in Uniform program meet with President Reuven Rivlin. Rivlin: "The IDF benefited."


Korman Coalition For Caring Donates $12,000 Worth of Laptops to Homeless Children

2018-12-11 | Korman Coalition for Caring, the charitable arm of Korman Residential Inc. has distributed two dozen new laptops, cases and accessories to three Philadelphia-based non-profits serving homeless youth in their communities.


Polish Sejm Illuminated with Hanukkah Lights

2018-12-06 | Senior Polish government officials and Israeli rabbis light Hanukkah candles in Polish Parliament. Israeli Chief Rabbi David Lau "For me, this constitutes a closing of circles."


GFA Poverty Eradication Report Underscores World Children's Day Goal of a Brighter Future

2018-12-02 | School lessons at GFA-supported Bridge of Hope centers help families break free from the 'self-perpetuating' cycle of poverty and low education


Realityworks, Inc.; UMN College of Biological Sciences and Innovative Design Labs Announces $1.7M Award from the National Institute of General Medical Sciences to Develop Mixed-reality STEM Resources

2018-11-16 | The science education research's objective is to develop new interactive digital media resources that will advance our understanding of how STEM-based educational entertainment can impact student learning and career choices


Bulk Bookstore Announces "Smile Award" to Support Community-based Literacy Programs

2018-11-15 | Award Winner Receives $1,000 in Free Bulk Books


The Life & Career of Dr. JoAllyn Archambault Has Been Documented In A New Website, Publicly Debuting On The First Day of Native American Heritage Month

2018-11-01 | JoAllyn Archambault is the Director of American Indian Programs at the Smithsonian, where she is the preeminent curator of- and authority on American Indian culture, including its study, preservation, appreciation and celebration.


Libya at The Crossroads' Conference at The Capital

2018-10-31 | Capital Event Timed with High Stakes Negotiation Conference to be Held on Tuesday November 13 (8 am To 4 pm) in the Rayburn House Office Building (Rayburn 2075) at the US Capital


Soap-and-Water Lessons Bring Health and Help to Some of Asia's Struggling Poor

2018-10-31 | To mark Global Handwashing Day, GFA World (formerly: Gospel for Asia)-supported teams hold special good hygiene classes that reduce sickness and improve well-being


31-Year Police Officer Develops a Way to Safeguard Classrooms Against the Threat of an Active Shooter

2018-10-23 | William Barna, a police force veteran and substitute teacher, identified the need to deny intruder access to a classroom by utilizing an easy to use door barricade device. He created a strong, simple, and safe solution called the Bolo Stick.


Global Focus Shines a Light on Group's Efforts to Equip Girls for a Brighter Future

2018-10-17 | Through community schooling programs, GFA World (formerly Gospel for Asia) helps offer fresh hope to young victims of gender-based prejudice


NEW ENGINEER Featured Cover Story "Forward Thinking: Building the Future at Indiana University"

2018-10-16 | IU created a forward thinking program, using curriculum designed from scratch – allowing for a blend of traditional engineering concepts and modern perspectives.


Promos Agency Releases the Program "Bring Your Projects in Front of People" for NGOs

2018-09-20 | Promos agency releases the program "Bring your projects in front of people" for NGOs that need to communicate their projects to people who are interested.


Teen Marijuana Use in Fatal Crashes Going Up With Smoke

2018-09-09 | 29% of teen fatal crash drivers, were marijuana positive in 2016, up 49% in five years. This was 58% higher than all drivers at 18%.


FEEA Awards over 200 Scholarships!

2018-09-05 | The Federal Employee Education and Assistance Fund has awarded over 200 merit scholarships for 2018.


DIGITALSPEC Ranked for the 5th Year in a Row on the Washington Technology Fast 50 List

2018-09-04 | The 2018 Washington Technology Fast 50 ranked DSPEC as the 35th fastest-growing small business in the government market