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AT&T Partners With UT Dallas Mentoring Program To Support Women In STEM

Mar 23, 2017 AM EDT AT&T Partners has partnered with University of Texas Dallas to give a guided tour to high school students, staff and mentors, to support women who are interested in STEM.

Google Fortunetelling Falsely Labeled; Doesn't Tell Future At All

Mar 10, 2017 PM EST Google Fortunetelling is an avenue that Google is using for something rather important than telling your fortune. If you’re expecting it to tell you about wealth, love, long life, you’re in the ...

How Parents Can Help Their College Student Graduate Debt-Free

Jan 09, 2017 AM EST Parents need to talk to their child about how to handle money wisely.

'Mental Health Matters' Report Suggests Training College Staff in Mental Awareness Can Be Beneficial

Nov 04, 2016 AM EDT A report suggests giving mandatory mental awareness training to teaching and non-teaching college staff in order to meet the growing need for student mental health support.

Community Colleges Offer More Support To International Students

Nov 04, 2016 AM EDT More international students are enrolling at community colleges.

University In Kabul Rises From Attack: American Academics Show Support! [VIDEO]

Aug 27, 2016 PM EDT Academics in America show their support and promise to stand beside the university representatives in rebuilding the university. The university is sure to reopen from the rubbles.

Clemson Alumnus Donates $100,000 to Financially Support Intellectually Disabled Students

Sep 30, 2014 AM EDT Clemson alumnus Bob Stanzione and his wife, Kaye, has made a gift to The ClemsonLIFE program for its financial stability.

W&M Alumnus Donates $3Million to Provide Financial Support to Law Aspirants

Sep 23, 2014 AM EDT Henry C. Wolf, a William & Mary alumnus and former university Rector, has made a gift of $3 million to establish the 1779 Scholars FUND for student scholarships at W&M Law School.

Ambivalent Support Increases Premature Death in Couples, Study

Feb 08, 2014 AM EST Couples, who tend to receive little support from their partners, are more likely to develop heart disease, according to a University of Utah study.

Columbia University Professor Thanks Well-Wishers for Their Over-Whelming Support Following Hate Crime Attack (UPDATE)

Sep 24, 2013 AM EDT Prabhjot Singh, a 31-year-old Columbia University professor, expressed his gratitude for the support he received from around the world after he was attacked by a group of young men who called him ...

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