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Part 1 - Budgeting Workshop - 2/25/11
http://www.youtube.com/user/StPetersburgCollege The college held a workshop on the 2011-12 college budget Friday, Feb. 25, beginning at 9 a.m. About St. Petersburg College: In 1927, St. Petersburg College (then known as St. Petersburg Junior College) became Florida's first private, non-profit, two-year school of higher learning located in downtown St. Petersburg. Full accreditation followed in 1931 and in 1948 SPC became a public college. In June 2001, SPJC officially became St. Petersburg College when Florida's governor signed legislation making it the first community college in Florida to offer four-year degrees. On Dec. 11, 2001, the college received the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools' accreditation to offer courses leading to bachelor's degrees. In 2002, St. Petersburg College began offering courses leading to bachelor's degrees in Education, Nursing and Technology Management. The college's commitment to its two-year curriculum, which has earned it wide recognition and annually wins it high national rankings, remains as strong as ever. Today, SPC has eight learning sites throughout Pinellas County and recently became the first college in Florida to offer a four-year degree in Dental Hygiene. This program's offerings augment its two-year program, which has been in operation since 1963. SPC added four-year degrees in Veterinary Technology, Public Safety Administration and Orthotics and Prosthetics in 2005. College Accreditation St. Petersburg College is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award associates degrees and to offer courses leading to bachelor's degrees in the following areas: Banking, Nursing, Business Administration, Orthotics & Prosthetics, Elementary/Secondary Education, Paralegal Studies. Educational Studies. Post-Baccalaureate Teacher Certification. Dental Hygiene. Public Safety Administration. Health Services Administration. Sustainability Management. International Business. Technology Management. Management & Organizational Leadership. Veterinary Technology. SPC also offers access to junior and senior level courses for bachelors and graduate degrees at the University Partnership Center. The UPC partners with the University of South Florida, University of South Florida at St. Petersburg, Eckerd College, University of Florida, Florida State University, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, University of Central Florida, Florida International University, Florida A&M University, Saint Leo University, Florida Gulf Coast University, Florida Institute of Technology, Barry University, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland State University, Indiana University, and St. Petersburg College.
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Facebook Live Town Hall:  Affordable Housing
Local experts discuss affordable housing initiatives that have been implemented in the City of Bloomington, along with forward-thinking strategies for the future. Our guests from left to right: Doris Sims, Director of City of Bloomington, IN- Housing and Neighborhood Development - HAND Alex Crowley, Director of City of Bloomington Economic & Sustainable Development Terri Porter, Director of City of Bloomington Planning and Transportation Department John Hamilton, Mayor, City of Bloomington Amber Skoby, Executive Director, Bloomington Housing Authority Yael Ksander, Communications Director, City of Bloomington
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Sold Out: Affordable Housing at Risk
The voices of tenants and owners, advocates and elected officials raise the urgency and opportunity to address the loss of affordable housing in a new documentary. Produced by Twin Cities PBS, in partnership with local advocates and funders, “Sold Out: Affordable Housing at Risk” reveals the price we all pay when families are pushed out of our communities as modestly priced units are replaced with upscale developments.
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iDigBio: Using Digital Specimen Data in Biodiversity Conservation Planning and Implementation
Gil Nelson, iDigBio, Florida State University Molly Phillips, iDigBio, University of Florida The first two decades of the 21st Century have seen an exponential increase in the generation and mobilization of digital, specimen-based biodiversity data and turned natural history museums and biodiversity collections in academic institutions into major resources of conservation data. Led in the U.S. largely by the National Science Foundation’s Advancing Digitization of Biodiversity Collections (ADBC) initiative, more than 700 U.S. institutions in 50 states and two territories are digitizing their biodiversity collections and serving these data through iDigBio (Integrated Digitized Biocollections), the national coordinating center for digitization and data mobilization in the U.S. The iDigBio portal (https://www.idigbio.org/portal) now serves more than 110 million records representing 300-400 million specimens, and just over 24 million media records, the majority of which are 2D images. These resources expose previously difficult-to-access collections to wider audiences of conservation practitioners and provide access to the best biodiversity data in the modern era outside of nature itself. This webinar will focus on the brief history of data mobilization in the U.S., the data that are now available and accessible to conservation planners, and how these data can be employed in the implementation of conservation strategies. An overview of the iDigBio data portal will be included.
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Beyond the Patient Portal: Best Practices in Collaborative Care
http://cdw.io/eSRcJa Personalized health solutions like smartphones, sensors and tablets are critical to ensuring that collaboration between patients and clinicians occurs in a secure, safe and easily accessible way. And while the provision of care continues to evolve in disruptive ways, healthcare providers and patients alike share a common goal that identifies the processes, applications, tools, technologies and systems necessary to accelerate access to health and wellness. FEATURED SPEAKERS: Wali Azim ► Sales Manager, CDW Healthcare Dr. Bill Fera ► Principal, Ernst & Young and Family Medicine Physician Natasa Sokolovich ► Executive Director, Telehealth and Senior Director, Affiliated Physician Services, UPMC's Physician Services Division ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- SALES ASSISTANCE 800.800.4239 (Mon-Fri 7am-7:30pm CT) SUBSCRIBE TO OUR E-MAIL NEWSLETTER http://cdw.io/newsletter LET'S CONNECT! Twitter ►http://cdw.io/TwitterTechVision Facebook ► http://cdw.io/FacebookTechVision LinkedIn ► http://cdw.io/LinkedInTechVision Spiceworks ► http://cdw.io/SpiceworksTechVision Blog ► http://cdw.io/BlogTechVision
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Education-Leadership Lightning Talks: Confronting Poverty, Teachers as Chemists, and Racial Equity
In 2013, the Education Week team embarked on an endeavor to find and highlight the best K-12 district leaders in the country. That's how we came across Tiffany Anderson, Dennis Creedon, and Valeria Silva. In this video, they share insights and learnings from the years they've spent as districts leaders. Tiffany Anderson is the superintendent of the Jennings School District in Jennings, Missouri. Anderson’s specialty in Jennings—a majority African-American, low-income community next door to Ferguson—has been confronting the impacts of poverty. (She's now headed to Kansas to lead Topeka schools.) Dennis W. Creedon is the superintendent in the Mahopac Central School District in upstate New York. He's taken on the challenge of empowering teachers, better integrating technology, and building teacher-developed assessments. Born and raised in Chile, Valeria Silva - now superintendent of St. Paul, Minn., schools - has brought her unique perspective as an immigrant and English-language-learner to her district. ____________________ Want more stories about schools across the nation, including the latest news and unique perspectives on education issues? Visit www.edweek.org. About Education Week: Education Week is America’s most trusted source of independent K-12 education news, analysis, and opinion. Our work serves to raise the level of understanding and discourse about education among school and district leaders, policymakers, researchers, teachers, and the public. Published by the nonprofit organization Editorial Projects in Education, Education Week has been providing award-winning coverage of the field for over 35 years. Follow Education Week: - Subscribe to our Channel: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=educationweek - On Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/edweek/ - On Twitter at https://twitter.com/educationweek/ - On LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/company/education-week To license video footage from Editorial Projects in Education please contact the Education Week Library at library@epe.org.
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How to write a good essay
How to write an essay- brief essays and use the principles to expand to longer essays/ even a thesis you might also wish to check the video on Interview technique (now on this channel too!)
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Did You Know? Stormwater 101: General Stormwater System
This video provides a look into the City's Stormwater System.-- Created using PowToon -- Free sign up at http://www.powtoon.com/join -- Create animated videos and animated presentations for free. PowToon is a free tool that allows you to develop cool animated clips and animated presentations for your website, office meeting, sales pitch, nonprofit fundraiser, product launch, video resume, or anything else you could use an animated explainer video. PowToon's animation templates help you create animated presentations and animated explainer videos from scratch. Anyone can produce awesome animations quickly with PowToon, without the cost or hassle other professional animation services require.
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Strategizing Your Funding Search
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Indiana Newsdesk, September 25, 2015 | State Forests & Sexual Assault
More News: http://www.wtiunews.org "Indiana Newsdesk" An updated strategic plan that dictates how state forests will be managed for the next five years is up for public input. But will feedback fall on deaf ears? Ahead the DNR’s response to criticism. Plus we take a close look at the strategic plan and explain the proposed changes. A statewide organization dedicated to ending sexual assault gets a new start after falling apart last year. We go to the statehouse to talk with a lawmaker who shaped the new organization and will help guide its direction. Plus enjoying a cup of Joe with a purring cat on your lap? It’s popular overseas and now two entrepreneurs are working to bring the first cat café to Indiana. Those stories and a wrap up of this week’s other top headlines Friday at 6 p.m. on Indiana Newsdesk.
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Creative Corporate Retreats Minneapolis
Bottle & Bottega Minneapolis presents Creative Corporate Retreats. More team, less work! Take your team meeting to the next level and enjoy team-building activities from the creative experts. Go to http://bottleandbottega.com/minneapolis for more information.
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Legal Research Basics for Librarians - presented by Cheri Harris, 3-29-18
This webinar will help you answer legal research questions from patrons and will also help you assist patrons who are doing their own legal research. Starting with an overview of different types of legal authority we will distinguish between primary and secondary authority. Then we will look at strategies and tools for finding state and federal statutes, regulations, and case law. Paying special attention to Indiana materials we will demonstrate how to use a variety of free websites to conduct legal research on-line. We conclude with tips for how to stick to conducting legal research and avoid providing legal advice. Description
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Ecology Action Center: New Initiatives in Zero Waste Events and HHW Collection in Bloomington-Normal
Presented by Michael Brown - Executive Director, Ecology Action Center and Community Solid Waste Coordinator
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Champions of Change: Make It in America
Champion of Change event honors ordinary Americans who are doing extraordinary things in their communities to out innovate, out educate, and out build the rest of the world. November 3, 2011.
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Planning for College: A Primer for Parents
Presenter: Daniel R. Shelley, Ph.D., assistant vice president and director of undergraduate admissions at RIT. Planning for college might seem like a daunting task to many parents and in reality, it is never too early to start thinking about the college education of your children regardless of their age. But if you have children soon approaching college age, you probably feel a mix of excitement and reservation as you anticipate the day when they actually do go off to college. It is exciting to think about them taking that next step but how do you get there? How does the process work? What is it that we need to do, and when? There are likely a host of questions you're asking specific to college planning. Links included in the presentation: RIT Job Outlook: http://www.rit.edu/upub/pdfs/Job_Outlook.pdf The College Board: https://www.collegeboard.org/ ACT: http://www.actstudent.org/ Peterson's Guide: http://www.petersons.com/ Private Colleges: http://www.collegexpress.com/private-colleges Financial Aid Resources: http://www.rit.edu/emcs/financialaid/resources.html#federal Federal Resources: https://fafsa.ed.gov/ New York State Resources: http://www.hesc.ny.gov/content.nsf
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Retirees, nurses and Congressman Ellison oppose Big Pharma maneuver to keep drug prices high
On October 5, the Minnesota State Retiree Council AFL-CIO, together with the Alliance for Retired Americans (ARA) Minnesota, AARP Minnesota, the MInnesota Nurses Association (MNA) and Education Minnesota Retired, launched a campaign to oppose an exemption for pharmaceutical companies that could result in skyrocketing drug costs. Drug manufacturers are looking to be excluded from the Inter Partes Review (IPR) process, in a move to postpone generic drugs from coming to market. If drug companies are granted an exemption to IPR, they'll be able to delay competition from generic drugs, which would keep medication prices artificially high. Congressional Representative Keith Ellison (DFL, 5th District) planned to join the organizations to declare his opposition to the proposed legislation, but was unable to attend, due to illness. His District Director Jamie Long read a statement from the Congressman. "Americans are struggling with the burden of high drug prices," Ellison's statement said. "Drug prices rose 12 percent last year - twice the rate of medical inflation. That's why it is so disconcerting that Big Pharma is attempting to boost their profits by preventing or delaying products from entering the market." The news conference took place during MNA's Annual Convention in Bloomington. About 150 nurses from across Minnesota joined members of the other organizations for the event. The crowd voiced loud and unified protest to the patent review exemption. "We’re told by patients that they cut pills in half or only take them every other day instead of every day to try and make them last," said Jean Ross, a nurse and Co-President of National Nurses United. IPR was passed in a bipartisan vote in Congress in 2012 to shield against improper patent claims. Many drug companies had questionable patent claims rejected in this process. An exemption for this one industry would allow some companies to maintain monopoly pricing and force retirees to choose between medication costs and paying for other basic necessities. "Carving out one industry like the big pharmaceutical companies is really just flat out wrong," said Will Phillips, the State Director of AARP Minnesota. AARP estimates generic drugs have saved healthcare more than $1.5 trillion over the past 10 years already. Consumers would bear the brunt of the higher drug costs, but taxpayers would pay more too. A study by the Center for Economic Research estimates that, on the low end, this exemption would cost patients and public programs between $73 billion to $220 billion more over 20 years. Medicare and Medicaid programs would pay much of that increase. Larry Koenck, president of Education Minnesota Retired spoke of the rising costs students and their families face for anti-allergy or diabetes medications, when generic versions are not available. "The longer we let those patents continue," he predicted, "The worse it's going to get." "The issue is clear. Big Pharma is at it again,"said Dan Mikel, President of the Alliance for Retired Americans and President Emeritus of Minnesota State Retiree AFL-CIO.
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Indiana Newsdesk, August 25, 2017 MCCSC Busing & Round Barns
More News: http://www.wtiunews.org "Indiana Newsdesk" Busing issues in Bloomington are causing concerns among parents and students. Will the school board's plan to fix the problem make a difference? Round barns have become landmarks along Indiana's highways, but they're slowing disappearing. Next, more on a renewed effort to save these historic structures. And we take a look at the wreckage of the U.S.S. Indianapolis, a World War Two ship recently discovered on the ocean floor decades after it sank. Those stories and headlines from across the state right now on Indiana Newsdesk. WTIU-TV | Friday 6 p.m. and Saturday 4 p.m. WFYI-TV 3 | Friday 10:30 p.m. WFYI-TV | Sunday 1 p.m.
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Alpha Phi Alpha
Alpha Phi Alpha is the first Black, inter-collegiate Greek-lettered fraternity. It was founded on December 4, 1906 at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York. Its founders are known as the "Seven Jewels". It employs an icon from Ancient Egypt, the Great Sphinx of Giza, as its symbol. Its aims are "manly deeds, scholarship, and love for all mankind," and its motto is First of All, Servants of All, We Shall Transcend All. Its archives are preserved at the Moorland-Spingarn Research Center. Chapters were chartered at Howard University and Virginia Union University in 1907. The fraternity has over 290,000 members and has been open to men of all races since 1940. Currently, there are more than 730 active chapters in the Americas, Africa, Europe, the Caribbean, and Asia. This video is targeted to blind users. Attribution: Article text available under CC-BY-SA Creative Commons image source in video
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Donor Retention & More w/ Jay Love - Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio - Bloomerang
http://bloomerang.co http://tonymartignetti.com Jay Love is CEO of Bloomerang. We'll talk about holding on to the donors you've got, because it's much cheaper and easier to keep a donor than to replace one. He's got strategies to help you.
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Homeless youth and Hennepin County
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What does Hospice House mean to you?
Hear a volunteer share her story about what hospice did for her family.
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Bloomington Democratic Mayoral Debate
Full Story: http://indianapublicmedia.org/news/special-features/2015-bloomington-mayoral-debate/ Candidates face off in the WTIU/WFIU Democratic mayoral debate. The candidates include John Hamilton, John Linnemeier and Darryl Neher.
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Just Ask  Partnerships that provide funding and opportunity 8 9 2017
Description: Many libraries encourage staff to participate in opportunities for the library to engage in their community outside of their walls, this session will discuss ways that partnerships can provide opportunities for funding. Join Susan Miller and Megan Martin as they discuss ways that they’ve utilized partnerships to drive fundraising and greater awareness of the library in their community. This session will include strategies for asking for funding to support specific programs for your Library, and how fundraising can strengthen partnerships and lead to community buy-in. The presenters will share lessons and tips learned from a combined 30 plus years working in libraries. (50 min./1 LEU) At the end of this session you will be able to: Create a strategy for fundraising. Evaluate when to ask. Leverage supporters as part of your “team." Presenters: Susan Miller, Director of the Bedford Public Library Megan Martin, Director of Community Engagement for the Bedford Public Library
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At Issue #2731 "State's Fiscal Impact on Human Services"
Republican Governor Bruce Rauner and the Democratic majorities in Springfield remained far apart over solving the state's budget problems when the scheduled May 31st adjournment date passed without agreement. Even as a temporary, stop-gap budget covering the State's "most important needs" through the end of July is on its way to Governor Rauner's desk, questions loom. As a result, several local human service agencies have suspended programs and laid off employees. Other agencies are relying on a "Rainy Day Fund" to temporarily keep programs open. A panel of human service representatives from agencies operating in Central Illinois will discuss the limited options open to them in light of these fiscal constraints in a special edition of AT ISSUE.
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SEL Rm 200 Collaborative Learning Space
The University of Arizona-- Created using PowToon -- Free sign up at http://www.powtoon.com/youtube/ -- Create animated videos and animated presentations for free. PowToon is a free tool that allows you to develop cool animated clips and animated presentations for your website, office meeting, sales pitch, nonprofit fundraiser, product launch, video resume, or anything else you could use an animated explainer video. PowToon's animation templates help you create animated presentations and animated explainer videos from scratch. Anyone can produce awesome animations quickly with PowToon, without the cost or hassle other professional animation services require.
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Fairhope Residents Analyze City Surveys
FAIRHOPE, Ala. (WPMI) Some 500 citizen surveys filled out by residents got a closer look Friday. It's all part of the nonprofit Alabama Communities of Excellence Program.The goal is to engage folks in Fairhope with the city's future. Six different cities will take part in this strategic survey. In our area, cities like Saraland and Fairhope are the first to get feedback.The goal is for university experts at Auburn and Alabama along with state officials to learn from and listen to what folks in Fairhope hope for or want to see improved.We are trying to get a snapshot of what the citizens feel to talk to community government, said Candace Johnson with the University of Alabama.Turns out historic preservation in downtown Fairhope was a key concern brought out in a recent ACE survey. That issue has a history of its own as proposals for a city ordinance restricting construction codes has failed twice here. Some argue new buildings and re-models need better oversight.Another key issue in the survey is education.The most important thing is to see how we can have the best, options and opportunities and not approach it with a preconceived notion as to what the solution has to be, said Jim Keller who lives in Fairhope and is on several education committees.A separate city school system has been discussed, the mayor says the current city council is against it. He's more concerned with how soon voters will be faced with deciding to renew or not renew expiring property taxes.What do we do in the future if funding goes away? You know some revenues will be up for a vote in the next few years, said Fairhope Mayor Tim Kant.Friday, folks came to listen and to brainstorm. The next phase is to turn this feedback into a plan.
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No job is too small for Triad's team, says Triad's Dave Kralle
http://triadstrategies.com http://facebook.com/triadstrategies No job is too small for Triad's team, says Triad's Dave Kralle. An Employee/ Associate Feature from The Meet Team Triad Video Series. Meet Team Triad Featured Associate/Employee: David Kralle Dave Kralle is a Triad Associate who is constantly on the move. Splitting his time between the raucous world of Philadelphia City Council and the halls of state government in Harrisburg, no job is too small for Dave, and no task is too complex. Dave comes to Triad after having worked inside government, and after running for office himself, which gives him a true inside perspective of the policy making process, and the players involved. He thrives in Triad's all-hands-on-deck approach to clients, where the most seasoned team members work hand in hand with the associates to make sure that the job gets done. And no job is too small. Meet Team Triad: The Meet Team Triad Video series features five minute clips of Triad Strategies employees speaking directly to the camera about themselves, and about Triad Strategies capabilities in lobbying, government relations, business development, strategic communications, crisis communications and grassroots organizing. The series is to share more about the individuals that make up Team Triad as a whole. Triad Strategies and Team Triad have the ability to work any issue, and find the win/win for client. From our ability to work across party lines in the House, Senate or Executive branch; to our ability to navigate red tape in every agency and bureau we are a firm that is built from a core of strong individuals that come together every day to deliver the best. ****************** Triad strategies is a bipartisan lobbying, public affairs, government relations, strategic communications, and grassroots advocacy consulting firm located in Harrisburg, Philadelphia, and Pittsburgh PA. Developing and Implementing the best consumer, political and business strategies in the core areas of strategic communications, social media, business development, government relations, public affairs, crisis communications and grassroots solutions with an expertise in lobbying, crisis communication planning, public relations, it procurement, and grassroots advocacy and social media promotion. Whether it's the people who buy your product, finance your growth, regulate your industry, join your cause, determine public policy or shape public opinion, your success begins with a relationship. When it comes to relationships, Triad Strategies is here to help, refine, define, organize implement and effectively communicate your message.
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Chancellor's Report to the Community, Feb. 2013
Every 10 years we have been visited by the Higher Learning Commission and this past fall, a team visited. Given the team takes a data-based and observation-based look at the campus over a 10-year period, we get a review that reflects a deep and broad perspective. Using quotations from a draft of the site visit team report, we are able to show they were impressed by our commitment to mission and achievements. The framework for the report demonstrates the overlap between evidence of community support through IMPACT Campaign contributions and praise from the Higher Learning Commission site visit reaccreditation team, organized by our planning/ IMPACT campaign themes: Student Success, Health and Life Sciences, Urban Research, and Civic Engagement. Using the HLC statements to illustrate progress, we show how we are moving forward in each of the four areas—with the help of our donors.
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Chattanooga Update - June 23, 2015
Another shooting near the Bethlehem Center this morning. Police say a 36-year-old man was shot around 2 a.m. Last month a teenager and another man were also shot near the nonprofit. This morning’s victim is expected to survive. Police say a suspect is in custody. _____ Some lawmakers are calling for the bust of a Ku Klux Klan leader to be removed from the Tennessee Capitol. Nathan Bedford Forrest was a Confederate general and slave trader. His image sits outside the Senate chambers. U.S. Representative Jim Cooper says the government should not promote symbols of hate. ______ A mass email from the Tennessee Democratic Party is coming under fire. The email written by chairwoman Mary Mancini discusses the recent killings at a Charleston church. At the bottom of the letter is a button to donate to the party. Tennessee Republican Party Chairman Ryan Haynes demands an apology. He says Democrats are trying to raise money off of a tragedy. But Mancini accuses the state GOP of manufacturing fake outrage. _____ A new charter school may be built on Lookout Mountain. Lula Lake Academy hopes to open a school next fall on the Georgia side of the mountain. It plans to have an environmentally-focused curriculum. The school would offer sixth through eighth grade and add a high school grade each year. If approved by the state, it would be the only charter school in Dade and Walker counties. _____ Mayor Jim Coppinger has vetoed the Hamilton County budget. It’s the first time a budget has ever been vetoed since the county government was formed. Coppinger didn’t include discretionary spending in the 2016 budget, because he says there’s no revenue to support it. But commissioners made a last-minute move to reclaim the funding by pulling nearly a million dollars from the county’s savings account. Coppinger calls the move irresponsible. The commission has 20 days to overrule the veto. The commission is expected to vote to do that Wednesday night. _____ Another new building is coming to the North Shore. A local developer plans to put a three story building at Cherokee Boulevard and Manning Street. It would hold a restaurant or retail on the first floor, with offices above. Construction is slated to start this fall. It should be open next summer. _____ Tennessee’s new government website has launched. And yes, it feature’s the state’s new $46,000 dollar logo. You can visit the new site at www.TN.gov. _____ Fort Oglethorpe may not be in Georgia anymore. A map on Tennessee’s new website listed the town as Fort Oglethorpe, Tennessee. The page has since been updated to fix the mistake. _____ Construction has started on an expansion of Erlanger East. Groundbreaking was held Monday. The $50 million dollar project will turn the hospital into a full-service facility. It will include 58 new private rooms, four operating rooms, and a basketball court. The project is expected to be complete next year. ____ A man is charged with killing a woman in a crash on Highway 58. 55-year-old Donna Giarusso died at the scene last year. Now 54-year-old William H. Young is charged with vehicular homicide and aggravated assault. ____ TechTown opens next week in downtown Chattanooga. It’s a place for youth to work on video, robotics and graphic design. It’s expected to be the first of many hands-on instruction hubs across the country. ____ Finally, Wilcox Tunnel will be closed from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Friday for routine maintenance.
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IU Center for Rural Engagement Kick-off
The launch of the IU Center for Rural Engagement on March 6, 2018, represents a new milestone in the long and deep relationship between IU's flagship campus and our state, and it promises to open new frontiers in cooperation and collaboration.
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House Floor Session - part 2  5/10/17
CALENDAR FOR THE DAY. 00:18 - HF1400 (Schomacker) Nursing assistant training and competency evaluations reimbursable expense provisions modified. 02:57 - HF2047 (Franke) Strategic plan to end HIV/AIDS development required. 10:09 - HF2287 (Quam) Claim settlement provided, and money appropriated. 12:54 - SF216 (Rarick) Medical Assistance (MA) claims against estates provisions modifications. 15:03 - SF997 (Albright) Prescription eye drop refills health insurance plan coverage requirement. 18:00 - SF1124 (Lueck) Omnibus lands bill. 22:21 - SF2008 (Davids) Price marking requirements for retail merchandise modification. MESSAGES FROM THE SENATE. 25:16 - Concur to Senate amendments to HF330 (Nash) Interim ordinance imposition two-thirds vote required, and public hearing after ten-day notice required before imposing an interim ordinance related to housing. 27:43 - Concur to Senate amendments to HF474 (Albright) Medical Practice Board criminal background checks authorized, and physicians exempted from criminal background checks under the Interstate Medical Licensure Compact. CONFERENCE COMMITTEE REPORTS. 31:28 - HF4 (Davids/Chamberlain) Omnibus Tax bill. 1:10:42 - HF861 (Torkelson/Newman) Omnibus Transportation Finance bill. MOTIONS AND RESOLUTIONS. 2:08:12 - Motion to suspend House Rules in order to take up HF1065 (Thissen) Data Practices Act and Open Meeting Law expanded to include the legislative branch, and data classified. Runs 2 hours, 19 minutes. * Connect with House Public Information Services on the Web: http://www.house.leg.state.mn.us/hinfo/hinfo.asp * Find Minnesota House of Representatives news and updates on the Web at Session Daily: http://www.house.leg.state.mn.us/sessiondaily/ *Connect with the Minnesota House of Representatives on the Web: http://www.house.leg.state.mn.us/
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Indiana Newsdesk August 10, 2018 | School Safety, Genetically Modified Meat
More News: http://www.wtiunews.org "Indiana Newsdesk" As kids across the state head back to school, handheld metal detectors are scheduled to arrive later this month. Ahead we look at what administrators are doing to make schools safer. And teachers are preparing to keep kids safe as well. We go to Brown County where educators are learning new strategies to better protect their students. The first genetically modified meat to be sold for human consumption, may be salmon raised right here in Indiana. Plus as part of our new series, Inquire Indiana, we answer one Hoosier’s question about where Salt Creek got its name. These stories plus the latest news headlines from across the state, Friday at 6 on Indiana Newsdesk.
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Healthcare Management and Policy Degree
This is not a new program but rather a renaming of the respected program in health administration that SPEA has offered for more than 30 years. The focus is on the business of healthcare and the complex issues of healthcare reform. You'll develop organizational, managerial and leadership skills to prepare you to take roles in the public, private or nonprofit sectors of healthcare policy and planning.
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University of Minnesota Board of Regents meeting
University of Minnesota Board of Regents meeting - Sept. 14, 2018
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Cute Kittens & Craft Beer: How Social Media Can Enliven Established Brands
***I gave this presentation at Mixwest, a marketing/tech/design conference in Indianapolis, as well as at an IU marketing class. You can find the slide-only version on SlideShare.*** How did a century-old nonprofit change its course and narrowly avoid financial ruin? How has one of the oldest craft breweries in Indiana refreshed itself to increase its sales and compete with a slew of upstarts? In this presentation, you'll learn how to align your social media marketing and blogging efforts with business goals and your greater mission. You'll get an exclusive look into how the once-failing, century-old Humane Society of Indianapolis dramatically improved its image, found homes for record numbers of dogs and cats, and increased revenue. You'll also see how Bloomington Brewing Co. strengthened its brand by improving its online presence and integrating social media marketing with events and distribution efforts. Entrepreneurs will learn how using social media services (Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn) and review sites (Yelp, Angie's List) can help their business, and experienced marketing pros will see how organizations composed of employees whose jobs are their passion can change the way they do things for the better.
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Indiana Newsdesk, April 4, 2014 Sexual Assault Legislation & Google Glass
More News: http://www.wtiunews.org "Indiana Newsdesk" An Indiana man confessed recently to raping a college student in 1995, but he can't be prosecuted because of Indiana's statute of limitations. Ahead we talk to the rape survivor about her decision to come forward and make it her life's mission to change the law. Google Glass technology in the operating room? We talk to the first doctor in the state to experiment with the glass in surgery. How this tiny computer could impact medicine. Those stories and a look at what's making news this week across the state right here on "Indiana Newsdesk."
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John Davis on Why McCain Lost N.C.
Obama's strategies of the '08 election get analyzed by John Davis. He discusses why Obama excelled and why McCain failed.
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Indiana Newsdesk, May 12, 2017 Brown County & UDWI Investigation
More News: http://www.wtiunews.org "Indiana Newsdesk" Tourists flock to Brown County for the hiking, the shopping and other recreation, but what’s it like for the people who live there year round? Coming up, how the county’s future is being impacted by a declining population and what’s being done to try and attract more people to live there. Two separate investigations into the finances of the Utilities District of Western Indiana are underway – and one is being led by the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Plus, music is helping older adults who struggle with memory loss. We visit the program and show you how it’s increasing the quality of life for all of those involved. Those stories plus the latest news headlines from across the state right now on Indiana Newsdesk.
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Indiana Newsdesk RFRA Special: April 3, 2015
More News: http://www.wtiunews.org "Indiana Newsdesk" On this special edition of Indiana Newsdesk, we delve into the Religious Freedom Restoration Act. Amid a firestorm of criticism, the governor this week directed lawmakers to clarify the language of the law. Will the changes satisfy critics? What damage has already been done? Plus, a legal expert joins us to explain how Indiana’s law is different than the federal one that’s been on the books for more than two decades. Complete coverage and a wrap up of this week’s other top stories.
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Indiana Newsdesk, December 4, 2015 I-69 & Failing Schools
More News: http://www.wtiunews.org "Indiana Newsdesk" Preliminary results show a huge jump in the number of schools rated as failing. Our StateImpact team obtained the data and will join us live to break it down. Construction of I-69 from Crane to Bloomington is nearing completion and as the route heads northward – more opposition. Ahead, a closer look at what’s on the table and why residents say some of the options aren’t even worth considering. New space at Indiana University is like a lab where new teaching strategies are being tested. Ahead we explore the new “Maker Space” and explain how what’s going on here could help aspiring teachers learn creative ways to explain complicated topics. And, we have the latest headlines from across the state Friday at 6 p.m. on Indiana Newsdesk.
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Social Media Conference Northwest Washington on March 25, 2010 - Hear what people are saying
Social Media Conference NW - Evolving the Marketing Conversation When: March 25, 2010 - 8AM-7PM Where: McIntyre Performing Arts Hall and Conference Center, in Mount Vernon, WA It's not just about the tools! There is more to social media than the tools like Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn. There's all the "stuff" that goes into deciding which tool(s) to use to help achieve your strategic business goals. * Learn why you must and how you can participate in the conversations that are your market * Hear from leading social media marketing professionals and practitioners * Walk away with practical plans and resources Follow us on twitter @socialmediaNW and use #smconfNW to join the conversation! Register by March 11 to enjoy the Early Bird rate: * $225 general admission ( $198 for TAG members and CEV clients) Registration rate after March 11, 2010 : * $275 for all guests About Us: The Social Media Conference NW is back by popular demand! The 2010 Social Media Conference will be held on March 25, 2010 at the McIntyre Performing Arts Hall and Conference Center, in Mount Vernon, WA. This regional event builds on the success of the 2008 Social Media Conference NW, which attracted 250 attendees from throughout Washington and the United States. The Social Media Conference Northwest is produced in partnership between Technology Alliance Group for Northwest Washington (TAG) and the Center for Economic Vitality (CEV) - Western Washington University.
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At Issue #2940 - Endangered Species at Local Zoos
The guests address the role of zoos in preserving endangered and threatened species including the red wolf, Sumatran tiger, radiated tortoise, snow leopard, alligator snapping turtle, golden frog, spotted turtle, cotton-top tamarin, ring-tailed lemur and giraffe. The program contains video of these animals.
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Regular 02/12/13 Session - Norfolk City Council
01:09 VIRGINIA SYMPHONY Presenters: Eric Borenstein, President & Executive Director & JoAnn Falletta, Music Director 05:23 POLLING PLACE CHANGES Presenter: Elisa Long, General Registrar 17:38 COUNCIL INTERESTS 35:50 TEAM BETTER BLOCK Presenter: Ron Williams, Assistant City Manager 38:28 FIVE YEAR FORECAST Presenters: Marcus D. Jones, City Manager & Sabrina Joy-Hogg, Assistant City Manager 01:09:05 LIFE LONG LEARNING HIGHLIGHTS - Presenter: Darrell V. Hill, Assistant City Manager 01:33:40 LEGISLATIVE UPDATE Presenter: Bryan Pennington, Director of Intergovernmental Relations
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Your Interview with the President 2011
President Obama answers questions on a wide range of issues submitted by and voted on by YouTube users in an interview moderated by YouTube's Steve Grove. January 27, 2011.
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Fall 2015 meeting of the Commerce Data Advisory Council (Day 1)
The Commerce Data Advisory Council (CDAC) will discuss environmental data, workforce capabilities to improve data operations, data protection, and other Council matters. The CDAC will meet in a plenary session on October 29-30, 2015. Learn more: http://esa.gov/content/commerce-data-advisory-council-cdac
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GIRL SCOUTS of the USA - WikiVidi Documentary
Girl Scouts of the United States of America , commonly referred to as simply Girl Scouts, is a youth organization for girls in the United States and American girls living abroad. Founded by Juliette Gordon Low in 1912, it was organized after Low met Robert Baden-Powell, the founder of Scouting, in 1911. Upon returning to Savannah, Georgia, she telephoned a distant cousin, saying, "I've got something for the girls of Savannah, and all of America, and all the world, and we're going to start it tonight!" Girl Scouts prepares girls to empower themselves and promotes compassion, courage, confidence, character, leadership, entrepreneurship, and active citizenship through activities involving camping, community service, learning first aid, and earning badges by acquiring practical skills. Girl Scouts' achievements are recognized with various special awards, including the Girl Scout Gold, Silver, and Bronze Awards. Girl Scout membership is organized according to grade, with activities desig... http://www.wikividi.com ____________________________________ Shortcuts to chapters: 00:01:52: Girl Guides of America 00:04:15: Girl Scouts of the United States 00:07:14: World War II 00:07:45: Desegregation 00:09:33: Wing Scouts 00:10:58: Age levels 00:14:55: Mariner Scouts 00:15:44: Special programs 00:16:28: Organizational structure 00:17:51: Realignment 00:19:48: Promise, Law, Motto, and Slogan 00:21:53: Girl Scout uniforms 00:24:32: Logos 00:25:20: Activities and programs 00:26:20: Girl Scouts and STEM 00:29:05: Destinations 00:29:42: Traditions 00:32:05: Adult recognition 00:33:25: Effect on American life 00:34:47: The American Girl 00:35:09: Sectarianism 00:35:36: "To Serve God" in the Promise 00:37:48: Chief Executive Officers 00:38:04: 100th Anniversary ____________________________________ Copyright WikiVidi. Licensed under Creative Commons. Wikipedia link: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Girl_Scouts_of_the_USA
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Indiana Newsdesk, April 20, 2018, Workforce Development & Esports
More News: http://www.wtiunews.org "Indiana Newsdesk" There are thousands of jobs open in Indiana, but few people with the skills needed to fill them. Ahead, is the state’s investment in workforce development making a difference? It’s not unusual for colleges to use sports as a recruiting tool. But you might be surprised to find out what sport is drawing some students to a central Indiana college. Coming up, we’ll look at the growing world of esports. And we’ll show at a piece of art that moves and reacts to your presence. These stories plus the latest news headlines from across the state, Friday at 6 on Indiana Newsdesk.
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CRM: It's here. You're using it. What's next?
Kirk Klaphaak, Kathleen Gerdink, Robert Bell, and Alan Walsh present and host a Q & A about constituent relationship management (CRM).
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Senate Panel Okays Bonding Plan
The Capitol Investment Committee met Thursday afternoon to hear from a number of testifiers regarding the 2017 Capital Investment Omnibus Bonding Bill. The Senate plan is nearly $1.6 billion dollars in total bonding, as compared to Governor Dayton's $1.7 billion dollar plan. Unlike to the Governor, the Senate plan dedicates a major portion to transportation projects.
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