Events

Faculty member from Saint Joseph’s University receives NSF CAREER award

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May 23 & 29 – Working with DARPA

To register for this free event, visit: http://bit.ly/DARPA-event

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Pennsylvania College of Technology receives $600,000 NSF ATE award

Penn College receives NSF grant to combat skills gap   WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. – Unfilled manufacturing jobs through 2028 may total 2.4 million, threatening the health of the industry and the U.S. economy. With help from the National Science Foundation, Pennsylvania College of Technology is addressing that dire skills gap estimated by Deloitte and The Manufacturing Institute. The NSF recently awarded …

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Carlow Receives $1.2 Million Secondary Education Grant

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Sacred Heart University Moves Up in Carnegie Classification to Doctoral University Category

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Cenikor Foundation receives $200,00 HRSA Rural Communities Opioid Response grant

The Cenikor Foundation in Houston, TX received a Rural Communities Opioid Response Program Planning grant, a new program in the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA). The project seeks to reduce morbidity and mortality associated with opioid overdoses in two high-risk rural communities, Hill and Bosque counties in Texas, by strengthening the Texas Rural Health Consortium. The Texas Rural Health …

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Panhandle Area Educational Consortium receives $2.17M Department of Education Innovative Approaches to Literacy award

Panhandle Area Educational Consortium (PAEC), headquartered in Chipley, Florida (FL), proposed the Read with Me! project to improve literacy skills for high-need children in grades PreK-8 in some of the most economically distressed rural communities in the Florida Panhandle. Read with Me! will seek to achieve the following objectives:  1) To increase family literacy activities, particularly reading aloud, that have …

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Family Services Agency partners with Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse on $500,000 award

FSA and CADA will work in partnership to co-construct with Santa Barbara Unified School District (SBUSD) and deliver a model of school-based counseling services and evidence-based interventions to students in grades 7-12 in SBUSD’s junior high and high schools. FSA will provide mental health and family support services; CADA will provide interventions for substance abuse and co-occurring mental health disorders. …

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Dean College Receives $180,150 from Davis Educational Foundation

Dean College’s grant, The Bulldog Experience: Curriculum and Career Integration Project, will integrate career preparation into their curriculum and co-curriculum to support student career exploration and achievement of career-building accomplishments before graduation. The project is designed to address the learning needs of Dean’s distinctively diverse student population, and will extend existing programming to remove barriers to college and career success.

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Health System Wins $4.9 Million in DoD Funding

McAllister & Quinn helped a health system client win $4.9 million in Department of Defense (DoD) funding to support the advanced development of a novel bone regeneration technology for the rapid repair of extensive bone fractures. The DoD award will help the research team to translate their promising preclinical findings into the next stages of clinical development. Their therapeutic strategy …

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