Students pursuing a career in radiology may apply for the Larry Mayer Memorial Scholarship offered by the Tri-County Hospital Foundation. Two $500 scholarships will be awarded to second-year radiology technology students to assist in funding their education. For more information or to view an application, visit www.tricountyhospital.org or contact the Community Relations Department, at (218) [...]
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The Department of Biomedical Engineering at Case Western Reserve University announced today that Dr. Michael Merzenich, one of the world’s premier researchers on brain development will be the featured speaker at the semi-annual Allen and Constance Ford Distinguished Lectureship Series on November 4, 2008 in Cleveland. The program “A revolution in neuro-therapeutics: Brain plasticity-based strategies [...]
Teach For America Helps Close the Largest Achievement Gap in the Nation, Placing Teachers in Three Connecticut School Districts This Fall
The Hartford Financial Services Group, Inc. (NYSE: HIG – News) today awarded $1 million to Teach For America’s Connecticut region. Teach For America is the national corps of top college graduates who commit two years to teach in under-resourced public schools and become lifelong leaders in the pursuit of educational equity. The grant, to be [...]
Sallie Mae Executive Testifies Before Senate Banking Committee on Private Loans and College Affordability
Sallie Mae Senior Vice President Barry Goulding today testified at the Senate Banking Committee hearing, ‘Paying for College: The Role of Private Student Lending’ to demonstrate how Sallie Mae serves students and parents in the private education loan market.
Goulding emphasized Sallie Mae’s ‘1-2-3 approach’ to paying for college: 1) after tapping personal financial resources such [...]
Aabcor Inc. is calling for applications for its inaugural scholarship program. The program offers two scholarships to people whose lives have been impacted by Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBI) and who seek further education.
The Aabcor scholarships:
* Are open to any adult or child in the Chicagoland area (Cook, DuPage, Lake, McHenry, Kane, [...]
As the diversity of the world’s cultures continues to influence our generation, Baylor has recognized the advantages of expanding students’ horizons on an international level.
Imperative XI of Baylor 2012 stresses the importance of emphasizing global education.
One goal under this imperative is to increase participation in study abroad programs so 30 percent of each graduating class [...]
Some lending companies with access to a national database that contains confidential information on 60 million student borrowers have repeatedly searched it in ways that violate federal rules, raising alarms about data mining and abuse of privacy, government and university officials said.
The improper searching has grown so pervasive that officials said the Education Department is [...]
Arapahoe Community College (ACC) congratulates Angela McClure for being named the Fall 2006 recipient of its Thomas Sorensen scholarship.
Thomas Sorensen was a former Behavioral Science chair who retired from the College after 34 years in 2005. His departmental colleagues created this scholarship to honor his contributions to our College community.
McClure, a 40-something mother of three [...]
The U.S. Department of Labor is awarding the College of Eastern Utah’s San Juan campus $1.2 million for nursing education.
The grant will mean that instead of enrolling the typical 60 licensed practical-nurse and certified nurse-assistant students over the next three years, the school will enroll 495 students in both nursing [...]
The Cochise College Foundation and Cochise College provided a variety of scholarships available to students for the 2006-2007 academic year. The scholarships are listed below and students are encouraged to begin the application process as soon as possible, remember to do continuous research for other available scholarships.
If you have any questions regarding scholarships, contact the [...]