2012 NIT Tournament Bracket Schedule Announced

The NIT tournament championship game finishes up on March 31 in a live event from Madison Square Garden in New York City at 7 PM.

Next "Walk With A Doc" March 13

More than 110 health enthusiasts joined the Pegasus Health family at the inaugural Valentine’s Day walk.

Sens. Brown, Portman Are Leading Ohio Delegation In Letter Urging Approval Of Federal Assistance To Southwest Ohio

WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Sens. Sherrod Brown (D-OH) and Rob Portman (R-OH) are leading members of the Ohio Congressional Delegation today in a letter to President Obama in support of Governor John Kasich’s requests for federal assistance to Southwest Ohio following severe weather last week. Governor Kasich has requested a disaster declaration for Clermont County and federal resources for Scioto, Adams, and Pike counties following tornadoes, severe storms, and high winds on March 2.


“Since many of our investigations begin after we receive tips from the public, our goal is to make it as easy as possible for people to report suspected fraud,” said Inspector General Alan White. “My office processes and reviews all of the tips we receive. If we find violations of state and federal laws, we work with law enforcement and the Department of Justice to take the appropriate action.”

Rompza Takes His Best Shot in Hitt Video

During a congratulatory video shown recently at UCF President John C. Hitt’s 20th anniversary reception, Rompza surprised viewers with a half-court swish – with his back to the basket.

“Top Secret Rosies: The Female Computers of World War II” screening and discussion

Erickson has been an independent video/filmmaker for over 20 years. Her work includes the feature length historical documentary "Top Secret Rosies: The Female Computers of World War II” which she will discuss following a screening of the film. This presentation will explain how, in 1942, when computers were human and women were underestimated, a group of female mathematicians helped win World War II and usher in the modern computer age.

ICYMI: One year after Fukushima our nuclear industry remains ever vigilant

The Fukushima accident was a watershed event for the Japanese just as Three Mile Island was for us. The Japanese are learning many lessons from it and instituting changes, just as we added protections following Three Mile Island. The Japanese have learned the importance of an independent safety regulator, just as we created the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) as an independent agency in 1974. They have learned the need for strict siting and design requirements, just as we have through the NRC’s “design basis.” They have learned the critical importance of adequate power supplies, just as the U.S. industry and NRC did in the 1980’s.

Esteemed Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC Cardiologist Awarded the Peter and Ada Rossin Endowed Chair in Pediatric Cardiology

The Peter and Ada Rossin Endowed Chair in Pediatric Cardiology is a jointly recognized academic chair within the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine and Children’s Hospital. The Rossin Foundation focuses its funding on health care and education and is committed to supporting organizations that enhance the lives of people in western Pennsylvania.

Minister announces 15,000 business mentors milestone

Business and Enterprise Minister Mark Prisk has announced key milestones in mentoring support for entrepreneurs as the first Global Entrepreneurship Congress to be held in Europe gets underway.

3Free Program’ available this summer

Undergraduate students who have never taken a college class at SIU Carbondale may be eligible for three credit hours free under the 3Free Program this summer.

Drake alumni will share their experiences in Afghanistan

Bill Kelly, LW’99, and Maj. Mike Wunn, LW’01, will speak about their time in Afghanistan. Kelly has been with the Iowa Army National Guard for 16 years. In 2010, he deployed to Afghanistan with the 2/34th Infantry Brigade Combat Team, “Task Force Red Bulls,” as the brigade junior advocate. He is currently a senior shareholder at Davis Brown Law Firm in litigation.

Greek organizations, members win honors

The Inter-Greek Council Awards included the presentation of the Betty Lou Mitchell Scholarship to two Greek students. Steven Ebers of Beta Theta Pi Fraternity and Janelle Medernach of Sigma Kappa Sorority each received $1,500 scholarships. The SIU Foundation awards the Betty Mitchell Endowed Scholarship each year to one or more full-time students with a GPA of at least 3.5 who, while a member of a Pan-Hellenic campus group, demonstrates leadership and involvement in campus, community and Greek activities. The late Mitchell was a long-time faulty member and Alpha Gamma Delta adviser who was a member of the sorority as a student.

Social Justice Leadership Institute earns award

The Commission for Social Justice Educators at the American College Personnel Association is presenting the Commitment to Social Justice Education Award to the Social Justice Leadership Institute. The award is in recognition of the service and professional contributions that the institute offers to the association and to higher education.

Subex wins million dollar Managed Services Contract for ROC® Fraud Management from IDEA Cellular

BANGALORE, INDIA - Subex Ltd, a leading global provider of business support systems (BSS) for Communications Service Providers (CSPs), announced that it has won a million dollar contract for providing


Tourism Industry Council Tasmania Chief Executive Luke Martin said the Tasmanian Conservation Trust and National Parks Association’s sudden call for the Three Capes Project to be made a project of sta

Algeco Scotsman Names Jean-Marc Germain Chief Executive Officer

New Executive Joins Global Modular Space and Secure Storage Leader

Commemorate St. Patrick’s Day and participate in the Beer Pong Championship only at Manchester United Café Bar

Commemorate St. Patrick’s Day and participate in the Beer Pong Championship only at Manchester United Café Bar

Mumbai, 12th March, 2012: Manchester United Café Bar will roll out the barrels, pump up the pipe and amplify the music on 17th March 2012 to celebrate St Patrick’s Day for the first time across all it

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