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  • Embry-Riddle researchers get NASA grant for kite-surfing idea in space

    Embry-Riddle researchers get NASA grant for kite-surfing idea in space
    NASA is giving $100,000 to aerospace engineering researchers in Daytona Beach to apply concepts from kite-surfing to a solar-powered project in space. A team of professors at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University got the grant to develop a communications...
  • Guerin Prep celebrates 10 years

    Guerin Prep celebrates 10 years
    Guerin College Prep High School ended its yearlong celebration of its 10th anniversary with a Derby Day celebration at Arlington Race Track in Arlington Heights on May 16. About 120 friends, family members, parents and alumni partook in the day's...
  • Scholarship carries on 'Tracey's dream'

    Scholarship carries on 'Tracey's dream'
    When Joshua Mendelson leaves Deerfield in August to attend Vanderbilt University, he'll be doing so partly in memory of someone he has never met — Tracey Beth Rumick. Like Mendelson, Tracey Beth Rumick graduated from Deerfield High School and...
  • Community news for Putnam edition

    Funds raised for Summer Day Camp BROOKLYN - Edward Meyer, resident of Creamery Brook Village, an active retirement facility located at 36 Vina Lane presents a check to Bucky Lohbusch, Parks & Recreation Director. PierceCare, a local elder care services...
  • Elmwood Park High School graduate gets scholarship

    Elmwood Park High School graduate gets scholarship
    Elmwood Park graduate Nicole Lasselle got some help recently on her journey toward becoming a teacher with a scholarship designed to aid in the goal. Lasselle, 17, was among the recent graduating class of 2015 at Elmwood Park High School and knew she...
  • Teachers union appeals Florida court ruling in tax-credit scholarship case

    Teachers union appeals Florida court ruling in tax-credit scholarship case
    The Florida Education Association and other education advocacy groups have filed an appeal to a lower court ruling that dismissed their challenge to the state's largest voucher program. The appeal was filed today by the statewide teachers union, which...
  • Dairy-related scholarship offered to Maryland youth

    A $5,000 scholarship will be offered to Maryland youth who have or have had a dairy project (any breed) and are enrolled in a four-year college agriculture program. The scholarship, which is available to second-semester freshmen through rising seniors,...
  • Scholarships help women pursue STEM careers

    Scholarships help women pursue STEM careers
    It’s been a top goal for years, Linda Macdonald said, to encourage more girls in high school to consider careers in math and science. That’s why Macdonald and other members of the American Association of University Women-Orlando/Winter Park...
  • Retiring CAA commissioner Tom Yeager has earned more tranquil sailing

     Retiring CAA commissioner Tom Yeager has earned more tranquil sailing
    Issues aplenty confronted the Collegiate Commissioners Association during its annual meetings this week in Asheville, N.C. An early signing period for football; NCAA reforms and governance; ongoing legal challenges to the very foundation of college...
  • Source Of Connecticut Student Loans Lowers Rate

    Source Of Connecticut Student Loans Lowers Rate
    Starting next academic year, the Connecticut Higher Education Supplemental Loan Authority will offer student loans at a historically-low fixed interest rate of 4.95 percent, down from the current rate of 6.75 percent. The rate will apply to loans that...
  • Graduate Shares Her Tough Story With Bulkeley Family

    Graduate Shares Her Tough Story With Bulkeley Family
    HARTFORD — Alyssa Clausell was in private turmoil during her time at Bulkeley High School, letting only friends and staff know why she was distracted or having a bad day. But Wednesday night, standing on the stage at Bulkeley's 2015 commencement,...