The Telluride Venture Network (TVN) has opened registration for its “Shore Up Your Small Business” workshop, presented by the Leeds School of Business at the University of Colorado-Boulder. The workshop is the latest installment in the five-year Demystifying Entrepreneurship Workshop Series: Rural Colorado. Award-winning teachers Erick Mueller and Brad WernerRead More →

For the third installment in the NNSA’s Women in Defense Programs series, meet Katie Duncan. This Tennessee graduate’s passion for World War II history led to her role at NNSA as a uranium expert supporting our nuclear stockpile, from the next uranium processing facility to restoring manufacture of depleted uranium.Read More →

Central Luzon State University in Muñoz, Nueva Ecija. CONTRIBUTED PHOTO MUÑOZ, Nueva Ecija: The Accreditation Agency of Accredited Colleges and Universities of the Philippines (AACCUP) conducted a virtual fact-finding visit to at least six study programs at Central Luzon State University (CLSU). According to the CLSU’s Office of Strategic Communications,Read More →

Equine Amnio Solutions, LLC, a distributor of next-generation regenerative products, including RenoVō equine allograft, has partnered with Dunn Ranch (Wynnewood and Lexington, Oklahoma). According to a company statement,1 Dunn Ranch is recognized worldwide in the field of services to stallions and mares, including embryo transfers, foaling, breeding management and salesRead More →

ARGYLE, TX, August 29, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Equine Amnio Solutions, LLC (EAS), a distributor of next-generation advanced regenerative products, including RenoVō® equine allograft, today announced its partnership with Dunn Ranch (Wynnewood and Lexington, Oklahoma) to support its world-class equestrian breeding and care programs. Dunn Ranch is recognized internationally as aRead More →

ROSHARON, Texas (KTRK) — They are in the same school district and at the end of the Greater Houston area, and yet Shadow Creek and Manvel High Schools did not face each other on the football field. Until Friday evening. The two football programs advertised to have become successful recruitingRead More →

Today, the Gatton Academy of Mathematics and Science at Western Kentucky University received the 2022 Inspiring Programs in STEM Award from OVERVIEW of diversity magazine, the largest and oldest publication on diversity and inclusion in higher education. The Inspiring Programs in STEM award recognizes colleges and universities that encourage andRead More →

The Ohio Cattlemen’s Association (OCA) and Ohio Beef Council (OBC) recently hired Kelly Keirn as their Consumer Programs and Digital Marketing Manager. Keirn will work to initiate programs and educational efforts that will drive demand for beef among consumers. His responsibilities will include overseeing and implementing digital content, social andRead More →

Breeding schemes usually involve first choosing parents and then selecting offspring within crosses. Genomic prediction is suitable both for predicting cross mean and for classifying genotypes within a cross. These steps correspond to the components of the predictive ability of genomic prediction. The cross mean is the sum of theRead More →

Scott Baervice president of special programs at Comcast Business, recently sat down with ExecutiveBiz to continue the conversation from a previous Spotlight interview with Ken Folderauer on the launch and rapid growth of Comcast Business’ federal government services team, Comcast Government Services. Baer also discussed the work federal agencies areRead More →

A bipartisan bill appears poised to revitalize federal funding for state wildlife conservation efforts, including Missouri projects ranging from restoring forests in the Bootheel to raising giant salamanders in the Ozarks. Considered a “once in a generation” development and spearheaded by two U.S. senators with direct ties to Missouri, theRead More →

A bipartisan bill appears poised to revitalize federal funding for state wildlife conservation efforts, including Missouri projects ranging from restoring forests in the Bootheel to raising giant salamanders in the Ozarks. Considered a “once in a generation” development and led by two U.S. senators with direct ties to Missouri, theRead More →

The City of Burlington promotes a variety of environmental programs that you and your family can participate in. Discover some of the programs and get involved in preserving our natural landscapes and adopting sustainable habits. Campaigns against idling We provide anti-idling resources and lend banners to schools to encourage alignmentRead More →

Aerial photo taken on March 11, 2021 shows the Eighth Cambodia-China Friendship Bridge over the Mekong River, connecting Kampong Cham province and Tboung Khmum province in southeast Cambodia. (Shanghai Construction Group/Handout via Xinhua) China on Monday proposed six programs that will benefit Lancang-Mekong countries other than China, namely Cambodia, Laos,Read More →

The Real Deal: At Yanco Agricultural High School, students experience real-life agricultural environments from which to learn. Photo: provided. Yanco Agricultural High School is a co-educational public residential high school specializing in agriculture. All students in grades 7-12 are weekly or full-time boarders. There your child will have the opportunityRead More →

MAPÚA University has introduced two pioneering undergraduate courses that will enable creatively inclined students to earn two degrees in four years: the Bachelor of Arts in Multimedia Arts and Digital Journalism, as well as the Bachelor of Arts in Multimedia Arts and audiovisual media. The two dual degree programs offeredRead More →

Now is the time for states to reconsider the structure, process and technologies behind safety net programs – starting with a few key areas to support and sustain vital program integrity activities. (Photo: Shutterstock) The current healthcare landscape has highlighted the importance of maintaining and supporting all healthcare delivery pathwaysRead More →

NEW YORK – As travel continues to surge in 2022, hotels are eager to bring in guests to generate much-needed revenue for their businesses. While many are leveraging loyalty programs and perks to entice guests to rebook, today’s consumer has changed and hotels must adapt to meet their unique needs.Read More →

The dreaded cuts the Henderson State University community is preparing for were announced on Monday, and they are deep. Chancellor Chuck Ambrose revealed a map that would eliminate undergraduate degree programs in geography, history, political science, public administration, social science, criminal justice, early childhood development, consumer science, social services, biology,Read More →

Second careers include service as horse riders, therapy horses, and mounted police HARRISBURG, Pa., April 26, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The average racehorse career typically only lasts four to six years. Preparing them for their second career – which could last 20 years or more – is the passion of aRead More →

Presidential frontrunner Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr., stressed the need to institute policy reforms and programs that will create a peaceful balance between economic development and the environment. “Nature has its rights which must be protected. It should be allowed to flourish, reproduce and reach its abundance side by side withRead More →

Citing the need to institute policy reforms and programs that strike a peaceful balance between economic development and the environment, presidential frontrunner Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr., announced that part of his priority agenda is the protection and the preservation of the environment. “Nature has its rights which must be protected.Read More →

report card ACTion Programs for Animals (APA) is offering its special “Spring-a-Pet” adoption offer all month of April. Adoptions are offered with a 50% discount, excluding small breed dogs. The APA Adoption Center is located at 537 N. Solano Drive. Hours of operation are 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tuesday,Read More →

Chennai: Consecutive closures, delaying animal exchange and breeding programs and geriatric complications of wild animals in Indian zoos have impacted the animal population at Arignar Anna Zoological Park (AAZP) in Vandalur. With animals continuing to succumb due to old age in the AAZP, zoo management plans to swap animals fromRead More →

APA press release ACTion Programs for Animals (APA) is offering its special “Spring-a-Pet” adoption offer all month of April. Adoptions are offered at 50% off, excluding small breed dogs. APA executive director Michel Meunier said the nonprofit animal rescue’s adoption promotions help inspire homes for some large animals. “Adoptions haveRead More →

For a state to experience rapid growth and development, its economy needs to be diversified. federation account. In Edo State, Governor Godwin Obaseki has demonstrated his commitment to growing the economy through various business programs and incentives. In the words of Fujio Mitarai, President and CEO of Canon Incorporation, “diversificationRead More →

Several University of Wisconsin-Madison College of Agricultural and Life Sciences (CALS) programs will benefit from the $1.5 billion federal appropriations bill recently passed by Congress and signed by President Biden. The spending package includes $39.7 million for the USDA Agricultural Research Service (USDA ARS) to build a new plant germplasmRead More →

Oehlert, P. Assumption violation with fuzzing. IEEE Security Privacy 358–62 (2005). Item Google Scholar Howard, M. & Lipner, S. The Security Development Lifecycle Flight. 8 (Microsoft Press Redmond, 2006). Google Scholar AFL. American Fuzzy Lop. Accessed September 23, 2021. Blair, W. et al. Hotfuzz: discovery of algorithmic denial ofRead More →, the career technology platform, announces a partnership with GoDaddy Academy, to offer a series of career enhancement programs to its students. The GoDaddy career certification programs that will now be available to EmpowerYouth members are Certified Web Professional, Certified Web Developer, Certified Web Architect, and Certified Digital Marketing Professional.Read More →

After being placed on one-year probation in July by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC), Florida Memorial University (FMU) is taking drastic measures to resolve financial issues to retain its accreditation for the fall semester 2022 – including discontinuing 16-degree programs and eliminating positions forRead More →

This month Talent in the GreenSeam The column highlights the work of the Minnesota Association of Agricultural Educators through a question-and-answer format. Throughout the year, members of the Minnesota Association of Agricultural Educators participate in a variety of networking and continuing professional development events. Members have access to valuable educationalRead More →

Zoo-AtlantaMarch 3, 2022 Just in time for World Wildlife Day, Zoo Atlanta announces projects for Angolan colobus monkeys, western lowland gorillas and African vultures as recipients of the 2022 program year of Quarters for Conservation, an initiative that pays 25 cents off each general admission ticket to wildlife conservation programs.Read More →

Annex Cloud and Bazaarvoice partnership empowers brands to create omnichannel loyalty programs that reward customers and drive growth “Partnering with Bazaarvoice will enable brands to build true value-based relationships with their customers, delivering unique and relevant experiences that build advocacy,” said Al Lalani, co-founder and CEO of Annex Cloud. Read More →

Yearling steers wearing GPS collars stand in a bromegrass pasture at the Eastern Nebraska Research and Extension Center in Ithaca, Nebraska, Sept. 30. They are part of an experiment measuring methane emissions. EILEEN T. MESLAR/THE WORLD-HERALD February programs to discuss supplementation strategies to alleviate nutrient-difficult breeding seasons and grazing systemsRead More →

Lincoln, Neb. —Four face-to-face programs across the Panhandle on Feb. 16-17 hosted by Nebraska Extension will focus on management practices to improve pregnancy rates in cows calving in late spring and examine the impacts of grazing systems on plant communities and rangelands of Nebraska. productivity. Late spring and summer calvingRead More →