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FREDERICKS v. JONSSONLeagle.com2009). The Plaintiffs have had an unfortunate history with Wellington. Starting in 2000, when Wellington was the Plaintiffs' neighbor, he began stalking EF ...
Names in the newsSoutheast MissourianWinners will be revealed June 2. The Central Midwest program recognizes companies based in Missouri, Kansas, Iowa and Nebraska, leading up to the national ...and more »
U-M Hospitals & Health Centers Surpasses Financial Predictions, Sets Sights on ...PR Newswire (press release)Today at a meeting of the UM Board of Regents, UMHS leaders presented preliminary results showing that the UM Hospitals and Health Centers expects to ...and more »
Breakfast with Bevo: Don't mess with TexasAustin American-Statesman (blog)June 15, 2009: Last year on June 15, Damion James announced he would return to Texas for his senior season, and Brett Favre gave an official “Maybe” in his ...and more »
Son rising for a post Dear Leader eraAsia Times OnlineMany young kings ended up challenging and removing their regents. On the other hand, the likely members of the future regent council are quite old, ...and more »
US Legislative Immigration Update June 14, 2010Right Side News(Patriot-News, June 9, 2010). On Wednesday, June 9, the Georgia State Board of Regents approved two measures aimed at ensuring that illegal alien students ...and more »
COLUMN: Goodbye Boise State, we hardly knew youThe StatesmanMontana is an obvious choice for most, but regents at the Big Sky power are reluctant to act, and have long cited their financial and on-field success as a ...and more »
Realignment a century-old story for Big 12, Big Ten, Pac-10LubbockOnline.comJune 6, 2010: Pac-10 university presidents and chancellors give Scott the authority he needs to expand the conference. • June 8, 2010: The Colorado regents ...
SMITH v. JEFFERSON COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATIONLeagle.comThe district court made its express determination with respect to these defendants both in court on June 15, 2009 and in a written order the next day. ...
The Ann Arbor ChronicleUM Regents: Housing Rates Up, Tuition NextThe Ann Arbor ChronicleArmstrong noted that he would be in Washington DC this summer for an internship, so he wouldn't be able to attend the regents' June meeting. ...and more »
Sen. Brownbacks visit Sen. Sam Brownback was on campus visiting the nursing simulation lab and the BNSF training facility and to learn more about the colleges sustainability efforts. He spoke at the beginning of the meeting about sustainability and the economy. Sen. Brownback has supported a $750000 request from the college that was included in an appropriations bill. The funding would support a proposed Center for Sustainability on campus that would serve as a resource for local education, business and civic entities on sustainability education and issues. Lobbyists report Dick Carter, the colleges lobbyist in Topeka, spoke about happenings in the state legislature. The state will cut the amount it gives the college for this current fiscal year by 4.1 to 4.5 percent. For next fiscal year, the Senate has recommended a 10 percent cut, which does not include aid to students. The House of Representatives will deliberate finances in March Awards and recognition · The Office Professionals League was recognized for raising $4209.13 at their annual silent auction in November 2008. •Ruth Randall, dean, Curriculum and Academic Quality, has received Phi Theta Kappas Board of Directors Alumni Achievement Award. •The Sun ran a story during the winter break on the International Archaeological Field School, in which assistant professor Dr. William McFarlane and JCCC students participated. • The respiratory care program was reviewed by a team from the Committee for Accreditation for ...
Awards and recognition •The board welcomed the president and staff members from University College of the North, Manitoba, Canada, who are on campus to look at the colleges partnership with Burlington Northern Santa Fe and other learning opportunities. •Dr. Sean Daley, assistant professor, anthropology, was recognized for the work he has done with and for Native American populations. •JCCCs mens basketball team and womens half-marathon team were honored for winning national championships. The volleyball team was recognized for being second in the national tournament. •The Nerman Museum has seen an increase in visitors of more than 18 percent in the first three months of the year, from 14495 in 2008 to 17239 in 2009. Actions taken · The board approved the treasurers report. · The board approved clinical affiliate agreements for students in health care professions programs. · The board approved new classes in animation, anthropology, biology, web, English, physical education, journalism, mathematics and psychology and a new career certificate in animation and game art. · The board approved a proposal from HMN Architects, Inc., for architectural services and associated subconsultant services for the Health Services Educational Center at Olathe Medical Center, in an amount not to exceed 5.75 percent of the guaranteed maximum price construction cost. The estimated cost for architectural services is approximately $723750, plus usual and customary reimbursable expenses. · The ...
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