Only 3% of foster youth finish college, but the First Star Greater Washington Academy and the George Washington University are working to improve their odds by offering an opportunity to live and study for 4 weeks this July.
It is indeed a matter of pride that Sangam Parivar in the last one year participated in four blood donation camps at Bhilwara and contributed over 600 units of blood. Access to safe blood is a key component of effective health care and voluntary donors are the cornerstone of a safe blood supply. Voluntary unpaid blood donors are indeed vital for ensuring a sufficient, stable blood supply.
An upcoming webinar by IPCed will demonstrate how Colorado caregivers can get dementia care training online through the IPCed Dementia Care Specialist Certificate program, which provides eight hours of dementia education that meets all requirements of the Alzheimer's Association of Colorado Leaders In Dementia Care recognition.
Outstanding opportunities for professional development and intensive exploration of the latest in research and innovative eating disorders treatments are highlights of the 5th Annual Eating Recovery Center Foundation Eating Disorders Conference, to be held in Denver, Colo., August 23-24, 2013.
IEEE Computer Society is extending the early-bird registration deadline for its fourth annual Software Experts Summit, which this year will address Smart Data Science. Register by 17 June and lock in savings for this one-day event featuring leading experts from around the world.
The IEEE Computer Society is seeking public review comments for three newly available sections of Version 3 of the Guide to the Software Engineering Body of Knowledge (SWEBOK V3) as well as an Appendix on Standards applicable to the entire Guide. These are the final sections of SWEBOK V3 remaining to be reviewed.
Campus Technology officially announces the winners of its ninth annual Innovators Awards. This year, nine honorees were selected in six categories out of 235 nominations submitted from outstanding higher education institutions around the globe.
ISTQB CTFL is a foundation level qualification that provides an excellent basis for a career in software testing. Candidates who attend an approved course, delivered by an ISTQB accredited training provider, achieve a notably higher pass rate in the CTFL exam than those who self-study.
It is indeed a matter of pride that India today which has emerged as a decisive environmental, social, economic, political power in global arena is also ranked as the world's second largest producer of food next to China.
Morgan International and Training Education Management (TEM) are partnering to provide career hopefuls with the opportunity to earn international designations such as the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) Qualification, Certified Management Accountant (CMA),Certified Internal Auditor (CIA), Junior Investment Analyst (JIA) along with short term accounting workshops.
Cybersecurity expert Susan Landau, co-author of a recent IEEE Security & Privacy article on expanding the US Communications Assistance for Law Enforcement Act (CALEA) from digital telephone networks to emerging IP-based communications, will discuss the Future of Wiretapping during an IEEE Computer Society instant webinar at 10 a.m. PDT/1 p.m. EDT on Tuesday 4 June.
Fontbonne was recognized with the Export Achievement Certificate. The Commercial Service division of the International Trade Administration of the U.S. Department of Commerce gives award to an organization that displays excellence in strengthening international relations.
In just one month, summer classes in Wexford University's online doctoral degree program in Applied Sport Psychology begin. Students can register and learn more at http://wexford.edu/degree-programs/doctoral-degree-in-applied-sport-psychology/.
IEEE Computer Society and ACM (the Association for Computing Machinery) will jointly present the Eckert-Mauchly Award to James R. Goodman for contributions to the hardware/software interface of computer architecture. His innovations led to the development of hybrid approaches to high-performance computer memory systems that can achieve nearly the performance of hardware but with the flexibility of software.