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Rutgers University-New Brunswick is excited to announce a new opportunity for students interested in engineering. Stanford Pre-College Studies Four offerings for summer studies at StanfordUniversity, and university-level online courses. Stanford Summer Arts Institute – NEW PROGRAM - Students in grades 9 - 11 engage in courses that stand at the intersection of the arts and science showing that the arts are at the heart of what we do and want to be. Stanford Summer College Academy - Students ages 16-19 take courses that have three weeks in a live, real-time online class and three weeks on the beautiful Stanford campus.
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Syracuse University Summer College - Summer College allows current 9th, 10th and 11th graders the opportunity to be a college student this summer for either 2 or 6 weeks – with the potential to earn college credit. Heading the library, Auer was responsible for management, planning, personnel, and budget of the McNichols Campus Library, School of Dentistry Library, Instructional Design Studio, University Archives and Special Collections as well as the UDM nursing collection at Aquinas College in Adrian, Mich. For friends and family who are unable to attend the McNichols Campus Commencement ceremony, UDM offers a live video stream of the event. The Michigan Earth Day Fest offered informative educational programs throughout the weekend covering a wide variety of green and wellness topics.
Without a traditional pageant, Cunmulaj earned her role as Miss Michigan Earth through a series of interviews where she emphasized her need for a platform to speak out on environmental issues. Her 45-minute presentation encouraged safer water alternatives for the residents of Flint and stressed the nurturing of the environment to prevent a future crisis. Cunmulaj has always been passionate about the environment and promoted awareness to protect the planet. Cunmulaj is a freshman at UDM and a member of the ReBUILDetroit program, which offers intensive training for students interested in pursuing academic, research or industry careers in biomedical, behavioral, clinic or social sciences. Alexander, who has served as an assistant coach with the University of Michigan for the last six seasons, was born and raised in the Motor City and transferred to Detroit for his final three years of college. The pride of Detroit's Southwestern High School, Alexander graduated from the University of Detroit Mercy in 1999 with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and Finance.
As a senior, Alexander was named to the MCC All-Defensive Team and received the President's Award as UDM's most outstanding senior student-athlete in 1999. After college, he began a professional career working with the Detroit Pistons as a Player Programs Coordinator and then playing with the Harlem Globetrotters for two years before returning to UDM again as an assistant coach under Perry Watson. Alexander just finished his sixth season with Michigan under head coach John Beilein in 2015-16.
U-M averaged 24 wins per season in his tenure, including a school record tying 31 during the 2012-13 campaign. He worked and helped eight Wolverine players garner All-Big Ten honors -- Darius Morris (2011), Trey Burke (2012 & '13), Tim Hardaway Jr. Throughout his coaching career, Alexander has developed over 80 percent of his former frontcourt players to gain opportunities to play professional basketball at various levels.
Alexander came to Michigan after spending two seasons at Western Michigan (2008-10), where he worked with the Broncos' frontcourt players.
As a member of the Harlem Globetrotters, he toured in 13 countries while also directing several camps for the team around the United States.
In high school at Southwestern, he won a state championship as a freshman with his future college coach Perry Watson leading the way. Registration costs $10 and includes water, a t-shirt, continental breakfast and a light lunch. Albright began teaching biology part-time in 1955 and became a full-time faculty member in 1960. His students have gone on to become leading scientists, physicians and dentists serving Detroit and the world. Tickets include admission to see Regal perform as John Barrymore in Barrymore by William Luce and will be followed by a strolling dinner reception with an open bar.
Regal is a founding member of The Theatre Company at UDM and has taught Fundamentals of Acting and upper division acting courses. He took a leading role in developing the age-appropriate casting philosophy in the undergraduate setting at UDM. The 2017 edition of the rankings includes admissions information for those aspiring to study law, business, medicine, education, engineering and nursing. Graduate schools are evaluated on criteria such as grade-point averages of incoming students, acceptance rates and employment outcomes of graduates. Since 1877, the University has offered students a value-centered and student-focused approach to learning, empowering them to develop themselves intellectually, professionally, personally, spiritually, ethically and socially. Cox is a nationally respected community designer and leader of the public interest design movement.
As a part of the SOA’s 2015-16 Lecture Series, the event is free and open to the public with no RSVP required.
The McElroy Lecture Series provides a forum for prominent thinkers and leaders to address fundamental issues of law, religion and society. The annual McElroy Lecture is made possible through a gift from the estate of alumnus Philip J. TMP Associates and McCarthy-Smith Contracting completed the architecture design and construction on the entranceway. The new McNichols Campus entrance compliments the Livernois Streetscape Enhancement Project, which aims to revitalize the strip of Livernois Avenue from 8 Mile Road to the Lodge Freeway. To discuss Detroit in the past 100 years, the symposium will also feature UDM liberal arts professors Roy Finkenbine, Professor of History and Director of the Black Abolitionist Archives; Tom Stanton, Associate Professor of Communications and Gregory Sumner, Professor of History. The Law Review has been devoted to discussing issues facing the Detroit Community since its inception in 1916.
Founded in 1916, just for four years after the inception of the University of Detroit School of Law, the Law Review filled the void left by the Detroit Legal News when it stopped printing it’s weekly issue for a period of time. These students will critically review and rate all of the Super Bowl ads by visiting the America’s Marketing High School website immediately after the game. All students and teachers attending the event have been asked to tackle hunger by donating canned food. UDM offers competitive scholarships to prospective students pursuing their undergraduate degree in marketing or related fields. As collection of works from authors and editors specializing in American and Canadian history, A Fluid Frontier focuses on the founding of African Canadian settlements in the Detroit River region in the first decades of the 19th century.
Chancellor Susan Phillips Speece, CEO Emeritus Frederick Gaige, and CEO Emeritus Harold Perkins worked together to chronicle the college's rich history, along with writer Susan Shelly. This full-color coffee table book features a photo retrospective of the college's history, as well as information about the history of Penn State University and the college in relation to local, regional, and national, and world events. We Are Penn State Berks will be sold for $35, and a portion of the proceeds will be donated to Penn State Berks' 50th Anniversary Scholarship Fund.
Penn State University and Berks County share a long and productive relationship, dating back to 1914, when the University first offered agricultural extension courses to county residents.
The roots of Penn State Berks are in the textile industry, which captured the imagination of two German entrepreneurs who moved to Berks County to start their own business.
In 1933, the school was granted a state charter and renamed the Wyomissing Polytechnic Institute (WPI), officially considered the predecessor to Penn State Berks. Despite its excellent reputation and popularity within the community, graduating approximately 1,500 during its history, WPI closed its doors in 1958, a victim of the difficult economic times for the textile industry. Since WPI and Penn State had a long and successful relationship, its founders offered the WPI buildings to Penn State for the establishment of an extension center.
The Wyomissing Center of The Pennsylvania State University opened on July 1, 1958, the fourteenth commonwealth campus in the University's growing system.
By 1964, the school was renamed the Berks Center to reflect its widening service area, and by 1968, the first two years of nearly all University baccalaureate degrees were offered. In 1972, the institution moved to a new 106-acre site in Spring Township, and was renamed Penn State Berks campus. The campus continued to grow with construction of a classroom building, known today as the Franco Building. Another major high point occurred in 1997, when Penn State University reorganized its campus structure, and as a result, Penn State Berks campus merged with Penn State Lehigh Valley campus to form Penn State Berks-Lehigh Valley College.
In 2003, the college was accepted as a provisional member of NCAA Division III, allowing students to participate in collegiate sports for all four year.


Although the new college was successful, the University decided to reorganize again in 2005, and two-campus colleges, including Berks-Lehigh Valley, returned to being individual campuses.
Today, Penn State Berks has a total enrollment of 2,824 students, and offers thirteen baccalaureate degrees, eight associate degrees, and a wide variety of Continuing Education programs.
The Freyberger Gallery will provide a view into the creative process of the artist through the exhibition titled Peter Jon Snyder: An Artganic Life. An unprecedented exhibition, this installation gives viewers an opportunity to genuinely see how an artist works within his space. When Snyder earned his bachelor's degree in art education from Kutztown University in 1976, teaching jobs were scarce. By the mid 1980s, Peter Snyder was teaching introductory art and drawing classes at Penn State Berks. By 1998, Snyder had exhibited his sculptures, paintings, and installations in more than 100 shows.
Recently, Snyder and Wise purchased an old car dealership building in Womelsdorf, PA and built cafe Crave.
Penn State Berks will offer a new academic minor in Security and Risk Analysis (SRA) beginning in January 2009.
The microscopic field of nanofabrication opens the door to enormous opportunity-and Penn State is home to one of the premier nanofabrication facilities in the country. This event is one of fifty events being held in 2008 to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Penn State Berks. Four Penn State Berks students from the Communication Arts and Sciences program recently presented their research at the Pennsylvania Communication Association Convention, held October 17-19 at Penn State Lehigh Valley. Savannah Ganster, Professional Writing major and Communication Arts and Sciences minor, who presented "T.S. The program offers information to local high school juniors and seniors considering admission to Penn State Berks. Eric Byrne, Advanced Engineering Aide at Penn State Berks, will discuss the biodiesel fuel project that he and students at the college are working on in partnership with BARTA. The Wyomissing Polytechnic Institute (WPI), forerunner to Penn State Berks campus, began as the Education Department of Textile Machine Works. The work of architect Der Scutt, best known for his design of Trump Tower on Fifth Avenue in New York City, will be presented in an exhibition titled Citiscapes in the Penn State Berks Freyberger Gallery from November 6 through December 18, 2008. This exhibition is part of Penn State Berks 50th anniversary celebration, which features thriving Penn State alumni who also have a tie to Berks County.
Summer Study students take a month-long, credit-bearing college course, Babson Entrepreneurial Development Experience. Along with students from all over the United States and more than 60 countries from around the world, you’ll have access to the same facilities available to full-time students. Run by medical students in 27 cities nationwide with locations in Manhattan and Westchester County, Camp Neuro is a 1-week summer day camp open to high school students interested in exploring careers in medicine. Curie Academy is for girls who excel in math and science.  The focus is on rising juniors and seniors who may not have had prior opportunities to explore engineering, but want to learn more about it in an interactive atmosphere.
Courses include Young Photographers in the Darkroom, Young Digital Photographers, Young Scholastic Portfolio Development, Young Filmmakers, Young Screenwriters and much more. The fair where you have been active or the NYSSA must endorse your application and will submit it for you.
Students can chose among 21 courses in a variety of subjects and earn Stanford Continuing Studies credit.
In total, the University will graduate approximately 1,500 students during the three ceremonies. Prior to joining the American Dental Association in 2011, he was Senior Economist with The World Bank in Washington D.C. The Dearborn native boasted a cumulative GPA of 3.98 in UDM's demanding nursing program and has been a vibrant piece of the Detroit community. I specifically focused on speaking for the children and people [affected by the Flint Water Crisis] and what we can do to help them out,” said Cunmulaj. Students are given guidance by mentors while engaging in paid research experiments throughout the year. Sponsored by the Society of Jesus (the Jesuits) and the Sisters of Mercy, the University has campuses located in downtown and northwest Detroit.
He later began his coaching career at his alma mater after spending two years with the Harlem Globetrotters. After starting his collegiate career at Robert Morris College from 1994-96, where he played in 55 games and was named to the Northeast Conference's All-Newcomer Team as a freshman, he decided to transfer back home to Detroit.
He spent six seasons (2001-07) on the sidelines next to his collegiate coach, helping Detroit post 96 wins and finishing over .500 in conference play five times.
In his six seasons, Alexander helped the Wolverines to five NCAA Tournament bids (2011, '12, '13, '14 & '16), with a trip to the 2013 Final Four and national title game -- the first for the program in 20 years, followed by a return trip to the Elite Eight in 2014. Michigan claimed a share of the 2012 Big Ten regular-season title with a 13-5 record -- the first for the program since 1986 – and also helped the team win its first outright Big Ten title in 28 years in 2014 with a 15-3 record. The Broncos would go on to win their second-straight MAC West Division championship in 2009. He also served as an "Advance Ambassador" for the Globetrotters, performing public relations duties, while making media and school appearances. As a senior, he was Third Team All-PSL by the Detroit Free Press and Honorable Mention All-Metro and All-State by the Detroit News.
He has chaired the Biology Department, Dean of the College of Liberal Arts and served on many University committees during his tenure. The entire evening will celebrate Regal, who will retire in May 2016 after 44 years in the Performing Arts department at UDM. He has directed and performed in countless productions with the Theatre Company and has won several awards for Best Actor, Best Director and Supporting Actor from the Detroit Free Press, The Detroit News and The Oakland Press.
By placing young actors onstage with professional artists and faculty, Regal created an apprenticeship style of training that became the hallmark of the company.
Regal will support the Theatre Program Fund, which provides support for department scholarships, programming, master classes, and leadership development.
Her fiction and poetry have appeared in Callaloo, Detroit Noir, Best African American Fiction 2010 and Tidal Basin Review, among other online and print publications.
The rankings methodology varies across disciplines to account for differences in each graduate program.
It is a strong affirmation of the quality and value of the UDM experience for current students and a significant factor for prospective students to consider when choosing a university,” he added. Registration, as well as a UDM Photo Release Form for each student, is due by Friday, April 1. He is a co-founder of the national SEED (Social, Economic, Environmental, Design) Network, a movement dedicated to building and supporting a culture of civic responsibility and engagement in the built environment and the public realm. It seeks to educate students, legal professionals and the wider public on a variety of questions related to moral philosophy, freedom of conscience, the interaction of legal and religious institutions and the role of religion in public life.
Supreme Court Associate Justice Antonin Scalia was the first to give the McElroy lecture in 1995. It features a security camera system and a license plate reader that will ensure safety for all students, faculty, and visitors. This tile has a life expectancy of over 70 years and was unused material from previous projects, keeping in line with UDM’s green initiative of managing the environment and resources for the benefit of future students.
Student interns in UDM’s Operations and Construction Management Department provided additional work on the project. Therefore, it is only fitting that for the centennial symposium the Law Review will pay homage to its roots and motivation: the city of Detroit. The student publication provided an essential service to the legal community by printing the most important cases from Michigan’s circuit Courts. During the Ad Nauseum session, he will discuss advertising and the nuances students should be aware of when watching the commercials.
Both Bernacchi and Galbenski developed marketing and advertising course work related to the Super Bowl, which can be found on the website, for high school teachers across the nation to use.
To commemorate the occasion, the college's three leaders joined forces to document its rich history by publishing a book titled We Are Penn State Berks. The book also includes perspectives from key individuals who made the growth of the college possible. That same year, Penn State announced that it would give two years' college credit to graduates of the WPI program. As the school continued to grow in size and scope, it became apparent that it would need to move to a larger site. Expansion continued as the campus acquired a 110-acre farm in 1987, on which a greenhouse was constructed in 1990, as well as athletic fields and a stand-alone bookstore. The first phase housed 200 students, and the second phase housed an additional 200 students the following year. This was significant because the new institution now had the authority to grant baccalaureate degrees. An additional 400 beds were added in two phases in 1999 and 2000, bringing the total residential population to more than 800 students. The campus includes 28 buildings on 258 acres, with residence halls providing housing for 804 students. Rather than establish an exhibition of finished artwork, Snyder will be recreating his studio in the Freyberger Gallery.
An artist, designer, landscaper, entrepreneur, gallery director, and television host, Peter Jon Snyder's many identities somehow relate seamlessly.


So, he took a position at Penn State Berks, landscaping and establishing gardens on the campus.
A visionary venue for its time, the ArtFactory invited artists to show art and host events. He continued his education, and in 1990, he earned a master's of fine arts from Bard College. His background in art, sculpture, and gardening led him to launch his own landscaping business called GARDENWORKS with coworker Corey Wise. The SRA minor will help put students on the front line in confronting threats to our security, responding to emergencies, protecting vital information, and helping to create laws and policies that ensure personal privacy. In the project, BARTA is donating a bus to the college so students can turn it into a prototype that runs on biodiesel made from oil salvaged from local restaurants.
Best known for the Trump Tower, Scutt's more than fifty building projects and renovations have enhanced the skyline of this great city. At age nineteen, he found himself running his father's architectural firm after his father's sudden death.
The Freyberger Gallery will showcase a display of Scutt's architectural drawings, projects, and models. Spend your summer making music with others who share your passion and studying with world-renowned faculty who are the very best at what they do. They include 3-6 week residential programs as well as a one week residential or commuter program. Eligible students must be between the ages of 16-18 and have completed courses in precalculus and physics.
The son of Syrian immigrants, Asher left high school after his parents died to support his family. In 2015, she was named the recipient of the Ford Community Corps Partnership Grant for her role with Rx for Reading Detroit, a non-profit literacy initiative that works to expand access to high-quality children's books and support families in reading with their children. He would go on to start 57 of his 62 career games for the red, white and blue and helped Detroit reach championship heights on the hardwood as the Titans won back-to-back Midwestern Collegiate Conference (MCC) regular-season titles. The Titans had three seasons with 18 or more wins, made four trips to the Horizon League Championship semifinals, one finals appearance and an NIT berth in 2002. Prior to his work with the Broncos, he spent one season at Ohio University (2007-08), where the Bobcats won 20 games and made the second round of the College Basketball Invitational. In 2002, he along with all past and current Globetrotters were inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame.
All proceeds will assist DPAC in their consciousness and prevention efforts on campus and in the community by donating to local agencies that help victims of sexual assault and domestic violence. Over the past 55 years, he has taught 19 different lecture and laboratory courses, including comparative and human anatomy, histology and embryology, to more than 4,000 students.
The event will take place in the Genevieve Fisk Loranger Architecture Center in the Warren Loranger Architecture Building on the McNichols Campus. Cooper was a founding board member of Cave Canem, a national residency for emerging black poets, and is currently a Kimbilio fellow, a national residency for African American writers. News has two separate rankings of nursing schools for Master's programs and a Doctorate of Nursing Practice programs. The nursing school rankings, for example, take into account the percentage of faculty members still actively working in hospitals and other medical settings, while business schools are evaluated in part by how corporate recruiters rate MBA programs. Lunch will not be provided but will be available for purchase in the lobby of the Student Fitness Center. Kent Greenawalt, professor of Columbia Law School, will speak on the topic, Religious Exemptions in Same-Sex Marriages. Its goal is to encourage discussion of these issues in our community and deepen our understanding of them.
Since then, other notable lecturers have included (in chronological order) Professor Stephen L. Two lanes have been paved for incoming drivers that will eliminate potential backups onto McNichols Road. Pizza donated by Domino’s, as well as pretzels and pop will be provided in the Ballroom for the 250 high school students from Wayne, Oakland and Macomb counties in attendance. As their business expanded and they opened Narrow Fabric Company and Berkshire Knitting Mills, Thun and Janssen found they needed trained workers, so they started an education program in 1927, called the Educational Department of Textile Machine Works. Perkins was named director in 1959, and quickly began establishing connections with the community, forming of an advisory board, which was instrumental in helping the new center to achieve its goals.
It was followed by the Perkins Student Center in 1973, the Thun Library in 1975, and the Beaver Community Center in 1979. With an impressive background in science, she brought an increased focus on technology and commitment to protect and preserve the environment to the college. He became a member of the campus' Fine Arts Committee, and developed and curated outdoor sculpture exhibitions. It became an exciting bohemian art venue for Reading, and lasted five years until the birth of the Snyders' daughter, Piera. The minor will help prepare students to work in fields such as cyber forensics, financial crime investigation, emergency and crisis management, and contingency planning.The SRA minor was proposed due to an overwhelming student interest at the college.
Houseknecht from Penn State's Center for Nanotechnology Education and Utilization will present information on how the capstone semester at University Park will provide hands-on experience with cutting-edge technology and preparation for a career in the high tech field of nanofabrication.
The event is part of the University's "Penn State Day" in which Penn State campuses throughout the state host visitation programs on the same day. In addition, students can enroll in one of the college's eight associate degree programs or complete the first two years of 160 Penn State degree programs offered at other Penn State campuses. WPI's mission was to provide advanced practical and theoretical instruction to textile workers in the Reading area.
If one morning a building on Third Avenue (New York City) suddenly changed places with one on the Avenue of the Americas-it is not likely that many people would notice. After serving as an architect's apprentice in Germany, he attended Penn State University, studying in the Architectural Program. Romance and paranoia develop between Agnes and Peter in a cramped motel room in Oklahoma City, where they are hiding out from Agnes' ex-husband, who has just been released from prison.To make matters worse, there's a bug infestation that has both Agnes and Peter dealing with scathing welts and festering sores-and has Peter believing this is related to experiments conducted on him during his stay at an army hospital.
He also helped his alma mater earn NCAA Tournament bids in 1998 and 1999, where Detroit posted first round wins over St. The Wolverines also had back-to-back Big Ten Player of the Years with Burke in 2013 and Stauskas in 2014. McElroy received a bachelor of science and bachelor, master and doctor of law degrees from the University.
Parking is provided nearby at Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan in the parking garage at 611 Congress Street. This will mark the official opening since construction began last October.All faculty, staff and students are welcome to join UDM President Antoine M.
The entrance also showcases the stained glass windows on the chapel in Lansing-Reilly Hall.
Penn State instructors helped facilitate the program, which began with sixteen young men in the basement of TMI. In the meantime, the art gallery was established, and Snyder's wife, Shirley, became the first gallery director. Students can apply the eighteen credits of course work in the capstone semester toward an associate or baccalaureate degree, or towards a certificate in Nanofabrication Manufacturing Technology. From its first class in September 1927 until its last graduating class in June 1960, WPI provided hundreds of young men an educational opportunity. In addition, Burke went on to be named a consensus National Player of the Year and All-America honors in 2013. DPAC will also be providing information about service, counseling and support regarding these issues. Koppelman, John Paul Stevens professor of Law and professor of Political Science at Northwestern University, as well as Michael P. Garibaldi in dedicating the new McNichols entrance for the McNichols Campus near the entry gatehouse. Under Gaige's leadership over the next sixteen years, enrollment grew to more than 2,000 students. Penn State Berks also offers a bachelor of science degree in Security and Risk Analysis."The SRA minor will also serve the needs of our community," explains Dr.
You'll travel with teams of monster hunters, documenting their chase and the legends that precede them.This presentation is part of the Penn State Berks Arts and Lecture Series.
This will include nursing simulation labs, creative competitions, campus tours, a chemistry magic show, a drunk driving simulation and much more.
Moreland, professor at Villanova University Charles Widger School of Law and concurrent professor at University of Notre Dame Law School.
Susanne Samson, coordinator of both the Security and Risk Analysis and Information Sciences and Technology degree programs at Penn State Berks.
His scholarship focuses on constitutional law and jurisprudence, with special emphasis on church and state, freedom of speech, legal interpretation and criminal responsibility. He has a Bachelor of Arts from Swarthmore College, Bachelor of Philosophy from University of Oxford and Bachelor of Laws from Columbia Law School. District Court for Eastern District of Michigan, Isaiah McKinnon, Deputy Mayor of the City of Detroit, Eugene A.



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