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ECAR has been adopted by ten colleges and universities of varied sizes, like Wake Forest University (North Carolina), Lafayette College (Pennsylvania), and Northampton Community College (Pennsylvania); other institutions (like Russell Sage College in New York and Old Dominion University, a public institution in Virginia) have recently joined, responding to the urgent need for immediate housing and community support for Afghan evacuees. (...) Several ECAR chapters (like Guilford College, Wake Forest University, and Lafayette College) continue to host refugee families for years, representing the capacity for a sustainable ecosystem of housing and community support beyond the current crisis and one grounded in dignity and agency for newcomers. (...) It is our ideal that the “small communities” of colleges and universities should heed the call of Pope Francis everywhere in the world.
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Score: 1083380.7 - https://www.un.org/en/academic...es-are-future-higher-education
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ECAR has been adopted by ten colleges and universities of varied sizes, like Wake Forest University (North Carolina), Lafayette College (Pennsylvania), and Northampton Community College (Pennsylvania); other institutions (like Russell Sage College in New York and Old Dominion University, a public institution in Virginia) have recently joined, responding to the urgent need for immediate housing and community support for Afghan evacuees. (...) Several ECAR chapters (like Guilford College, Wake Forest University, and Lafayette College) continue to host refugee families for years, representing the capacity for a sustainable ecosystem of housing and community support beyond the current crisis and one grounded in dignity and agency for newcomers. (...) It is our ideal that the “small communities” of colleges and universities should heed the call of Pope Francis everywhere in the world.
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Score: 1083380.7 - https://www.un.org/en/node/164217
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On July 1, 1999, these units were transitioned into the new College of Public Health. Today the college is composed of five departments: biostatistics, community and behavioral health, epidemiology, health management and policy, and occupational and environmental health. (...) The College of Public Health embraces the five core values identified by The University of Iowa: community, integrity, learning, quality, and responsibility. (...) The HWCE was designed to improve our understanding of effective, integrated employee health programs and to translate this evidence base into practice for the benefit of employed populations. The College of Public Health employs innovative distance education technologies, such as web courses, Iowa Communications Network (ICN) classrooms and off-campus extensions.
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Score: 1076169.8 - https://www.who.int/workforcea...partners/member_list/uiowa/en/
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She was responsible for accreditation and compliance of universities, colleges and high learning institutions with standards and regulations. (...) Prior to her governmental appointments, she served as President and CAO, Eastern Campus, Wayne County Community College District (WCCCD) in Detroit, Michigan, United States. (...) She is a recipient of the American Association for Women in Community Colleges (AAWCC) Under 40 Award; Wayne County Community College District Outstanding Service Award; The Michigan Chronicle Women of Excellence; and The White House Communication Agency Certificate of Appreciation. __________
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Score: 1062289.8 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...c_e/mawine_diggs_biography.pdf
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Harcharik, Deputy Director-General CCID 27th Annual Conference "Community Colleges in the World - Including the Excluded" Seminar on Education for Rural People with the Italian NGOs. 2003 2002 ERP in the news Links & other Partners Login Site Map Contacts CCID 27th Annual Conference "Community Colleges in the World - Including the Excluded"   Major events continue to transform social, economic, and political life globally. (...) At the centre of discussion was the role of community colleges worldwide, and their contribution to the wellbeing of nations. At the same time, it was explored the role of the US community college in educating our students, faculty and citizens for the global economy.
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Score: 1061294.8 - https://www.fao.org/erp/erp-ac...vities-en/erp-2004/e2004-2/en/
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FELSBERGER Maximilian Higher Technical College 1 AustriaMr. FISCHER Marcel Higher Technical College 1 SpainMr. (...) GAGGL Kai Higher technical college AustriaMr. GAILBERGER Manuel Higher Technical College 1 AustriaMr. (...) JAYAVARMAN H Ministry of Communication and Informatics AustriaMr. JEREY Dominik Higher Technical College AustriaMr.
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Score: 1061177.1 - https://www.itu.int/en/fnc/201...ments/Final%20list%20FNC19.pdf
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The formation of individuals, who are not only intellectually competent, but also socially sensitive, is the prime focus of the educational philosophy of Kristu Jayanti College. It hosts a number of research centers, including one within the Department of Social Work that offers a PhD program, and has successfully conducted projects collaborating with local, national and international civil society organizations on community-based vocational training models, surveys of vulnerable groups and programmes that seek to eradicate poverty in local communities. (...) Kristu Jayanti College continues to have a positive impact on society through its need-based Social Outreach program  and Jayantian Extension Services (JES) , to facilitate students’ collaboration and service to underserved and marginalized communities. (...) Apart from this,the institution offers computer literacy programmes, language competency classes and capacity building projects tailored to uplift the living standards of local communities. The College has adopted five local villages and has partnered with governmental and non-governmental organizations to address the root causes of poverty and provide access to sustainable livelihoods.
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Score: 1057764.2 - https://www.un.org/en/node/100721
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By facilitating on-line knowledge sharing and communication the Staff College responds to the need of creating networks among targeted groups, that can easily inter-link and exchange experiences independently of their duty station. (...) On-line communities thus become a means to create and manage UN system-wide knowledge in all the areas of expertise related to the College’s work and priorities. (...) In addition, the Staff College also plays an active role in instructing best practices and sharing knowledge in the Conflict Prevention Community of Practice.
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Score: 1054495.2 - https://www.unssc.org/sites/un...college_annual_report_2008.pdf
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.: full-stack developers, innovators, business analysts, operations managers, data scientists, cyber security experts, public policy directors, directors, founders, ICT associates, and technical solution specialists joined from Verizon Media, Facebook, Microsoft, UNICEF, UN Women, UNICC, ITU, Ferraro chocolates, Wikimedia’s AFROCROWD, Telstra, ProMujer, GSMA, the United Nations Department for General Assembly and Conference Management, Brooklyn College City University of New York, Barclays, Black Girls Code, KPMG, Alpha’a and Morgan Stanley. Maria Jose Ravalli, Head of Youth Engagement Division of Communication, UNICEF introduced the Women in Tech, who spoke about things they love about STEAM, data, math, art, creativity, tech and serving others. They also offered heart-wrenching stories about personal challenges and some words of advice to support and encourage more girls of all backgrounds to study ICT. College students came from Baruch College, College of Staten Island, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, Brooklyn College, City College of New York, Baruch College, Borough of Manhattan Community College, Hunter College, City College of New York, La Guardia Community College, Queens College and City College.
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Score: 1052863.9 - https://www.unicc.org/news/201...rating-girls-and-women-in-ict/
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The formation of individuals, who are not only intellectually competent, but also socially sensitive, is the prime focus of the educational philosophy of Kristu Jayanti College. It hosts a number of research centers, including one within the Department of Social Work that offers a PhD program, and has successfully conducted projects collaborating with local, national and international civil society organizations on community-based vocational training models, surveys of vulnerable groups and programmes that seek to eradicate poverty in local communities. (...) Kristu Jayanti College continues to have a positive impact on society through its need-based Social Outreach program  and Jayantian Extension Services (JES) , to facilitate students’ collaboration and service to underserved and marginalized communities. (...) Apart from this,the institution offers computer literacy programmes, language competency classes and capacity building projects tailored to uplift the living standards of local communities. The College has adopted five local villages and has partnered with governmental and non-governmental organizations to address the root causes of poverty and provide access to sustainable livelihoods.
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Score: 935925.1 - https://www.un.org/en/academic...pact/unai-sdg-hub-1-no-poverty
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