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Aa second “Dinner and Dialogue” is set for Oct. 7, which will focus on health care.
Hundreds of breast cancer survivors, caregivers, volunteers, corporate and community members from across the lower Hudson Valley recently launched the 2018 season of the American Cancer Society’s campaign, Making Strides Against Breast Cancer.
Customers want a healthy planet and are responding to businesses that are mindful of the well-being of the world and all of its inhabitants.
“I would say design thinking emerged in reaction to the realization that even teams of experts will not always come up with a customer-friendly solution, as long as they all come from the same discipline," said Geisler.
“The fact that these ratings come from students, who after all are the experts, makes them all the more telling," said Cristle Collins Judd, president of Sarah Lawrence College.
By fall 2019, Manhattanville officials said the new center will launch on campus and design-thinking principles will be integrated into its undergraduate and graduate courses.
The college announced the March 16 event, "Women Blazing Trails," as the first in a series that will celebrate women's achievements and progress.
New York Life Insurance Co., which employs about 600 people in downtown White Plains, added student loan assistance to its list of employee benefits last fall.
For any and every organization: Be risk-aware. Make sure that you have controls and procedures in place for the handling of money and other valuables.
Michael Geisler, president of Manhattanville College, says the Senate tax reform plan is the lesser of two evils when considering the future of education.
In the first semester under Excelsior Scholarship program, state and private schools compete for students in a new landscape.
The program celebrates a decade of preparing students for a future career in sports.