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Mayors Complete Tour Of Border Facilities, Meet With Acting DHS Secretary

In El Paso, U.S. Conference of Mayors Leadership and Border State Mayors Examine How Crisis is Affecting Cities

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Barbie inspires girls to pursue STEM careers with launch to space

The iconic doll traversed the stratosphere in partnership with STEM Camp LONDON, ON /CNW/ – This year marks Barbie’s 60th anniversary, and with over 200 careers and counting, there isn’t a plastic ceiling she hasn’t broken. On Friday, July 5, in London, Ontario, a Barbie Astronaut Doll surpassed those ceilings to reach new heights. Held in partnership with Canadian not-for-profit STEM…

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NASA Scientists, Engineers Honored with Presidential Early Career Awards

President Trump has named 18 NASA researchers as recipients of the Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers (PECASE). These recipients, and 296 other federal researchers, will receive their awards later this year at a ceremony in Washington. The PECASE Award is the highest honor given by the U.S. government to scientists and engineers who are beginning their research…

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How Powerful Women and Girls are Connecting Around the World Through Marketing

In recent years, women have been meeting together at conventions to share ideas, collaborate, and network. With similar visions, aspirations, attitudes, or job titles, these gatherings are bringing women together in an industry that still statistically has a gender gap. Read on to learn what these women are sharing: 1. Reaching Professional Goals.  Achieving professional goals are a struggle for…

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Andersen Corporation Employees Make a Difference in their Communities

More than 320 Andersen employees rolled up their sleeves and participated in volunteer activities to help restore and protect the natural environment as part of Andersen Corporation’s sixth annual Nature Preservation Day program, June 5-15. Andersen’s signature volunteer event focuses on environmental education and hands-on learning to help make the world a better place. More than 30 sites across the…

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Young African leaders arrive in United States, fostering connections with Americans

The U.S. Department of State and IREX are pleased to welcome the 2019 cohort of the Mandela Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders to the United States. The program is funded by the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs and administered in partnership with IREX, a non-profit organization. The Mandela Washington Fellowship creates stronger ties between…

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Howard University Class of 1969 Returns 50 Years Later With $1M Class Gift

WASHINGTON, June 19, 2019 — Each year, a group of Howard University alumni return to Howard’s campus to celebrate their 50-year class reunion. Reunion events bring a special sense of joy and homecoming to Howard’s campus, as former classmates and lifelong friends return to the place where so much of their life’s path began. On May 10, the class of 1969 announced…

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