Holly Storkel appointed Vice-President, Evaluation and Program Development

LAWRENCE – Professor Holly Storkel, Associate Dean for Academic Innovation and Student Success at the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences at the University of Kansas, has been appointed to a part-time vice-president position, focused on ‘evaluation of academic programs. Storkel, professor in the Department of Speech, Language and Hearing: Disorders and Sciences, will continue […]

Food Bank Welcomes Jason Moore as New Director of Program Development

Seeking to fill big shoes at the Moose Jaw & District Food Bank, Jason Moore has taken over as the new director of program development. Moore brings a plethora of experience to this role, including the past 15 years for a non-profit organization in Saskatoon and North Battleford, helping those struggling with homelessness, mental health, […]

Colombia: Migration and Health Program – COVID-19 preparedness and response activities, May 2020 – Colombia

THE CONTEXT As of May 1, 2020, the country’s epidemiological situation for COVID-19 showed 7,006 cases and 214 deaths in 26 departments, 5 districts and 222 communes. At the end of the month, there were 29,383 cases and 939 deaths, a significant increase and a geographical distribution that had extended to 31 departments, 5 districts […]

Superior Watershed Partnership Provides Energy Assistance Program Services to Lower-Income Households in Upper Michigan

MARQUETTE, Michigan (WLUC) – In light of the recent COVID-19 pandemic, more residents of the Upper Peninsula are struggling to pay their heating and electricity bills, but the Superior Watershed Partnership (SWP ) is there to help them. Michigan residents who were not previously eligible may now be eligible for energy assistance from the Michigan […]

Beatrice Librarians Discuss Summer Reading Program Activities | Local News

From “Snow White” to “Through the Looking Glass and What Alice Found There” and even the Harry Potter series, many children’s stories feature mirrors. The latest installation at the Beatrice Public Library’s Vette Cultural Arts Center allows people to reflect on these stories, as well as imagine their own. “It’s quite fascinating to me what […]

11 start-ups graduated from Gojek’s business acceleration program – Business

Eisya A. Eloksari (The Jakarta Post) Jakarta ● Fri 19 June 2020 2020-06-19 13:33 473 6657ac82168da9fa101c8a406600dea1 1 Business start-up, Gojek-XCelerate, Accelerator, technology, training To free Gojek’s new business acceleration program, Gojek Xcelerate, announced on Wednesday that 11 new start-ups that directly serve customers had rolled out of its fourth batch. Gojek Xcelerate chief Yoanita Simanjuntak […]

Learn more about SWE Program Development Grants via a webinar on May 27

The Program Development Grants (PDG) Committee of the Society of Women Engineers (SWE) will allocate a minimum of $ 25,000 in fiscal 2021 to support K-12 outreach, professional development and curriculum development activities conducted by eligible SWE organizations. Information about the grant application can be found here. Grants are reviewed and awarded four times during […]

DevSecOps places security at the heart of program development: SPONSORED

The Department of Defense is rethinking the way it approaches software and systems development in its technology programs using more flexible methods to streamline the process and improve cybersecurity from the start. Since DOD’s traditional program development processes lack the speed and flexibility to keep up with rapid technological change or fast-paced modern adversaries, new […]

Three Indonesian start-ups join Sequoia Capital’s acceleration program – Business

Eisya A. Eloksari (The Jakarta Post) Jakarta ● Tue 28 April 2020 2020-04-28 4:30 p.m. 521 fc6853813033f564188675f8bd4bc538 1 Business Sequoia, start-up, Surge-03, Indonesia, Southeast Asia To free Sequoia Capital India has chosen 15 start-ups from Southeast Asia and India to participate in its third acceleration program, Surge 03. Three of the 15 start-ups based in […]

St. Charles County WIC program services are still available; staff working remotely due to COVID-19

Photo file The St. Charles County Public Health Department’s Women, Infants and Children (WIC) program will continue to provide services during the 2019 coronavirus disease pandemic; the program only changes the way services are delivered. “During this unprecedented event, many are struggling to provide nutritious food for their families,” said Eva Obirek, WIC program manager […]