According to the National Urban Technology Center’s website, a 2013
OECD study published in
the N.Y. Times cited that youth and adults in the U.S. are
fairing dismally as compared to 19 other countries in proficiency areas
such as literacy, math, and problem solving in technology-rich
environments. Urban Tech hopes to change that. At its annual gala earlier this month, TNJ.com interviewed its president.
A group from Bennett College, which includes 20 students, will travel on
an all-expenses-paid trip to China to conduct research, become immersed
in the culture and learn more about clean energy as part of the 100,000
Strong Initiative by the Wanxiang Group, a multinational automotive
components group headquartered in Hangzhou, China. Here, we talk to Bennett College President Rosalind Fuse-Hall about the program.
Well-known companies including Facebook Inc. are increasingly bringing trademark-infringement claims in their efforts to block startups and others from using similar names, some trademark lawyers and law professors say.
George Rawlings grabs a stack of computer printouts and stretches them six feet across his office, admiring data from police reports of Florida auto accidents: the names of those hurt and the severity of their injuries.
Finding an apartment is hard enough. And it can be even harder for
college students, who are looking for affordable, safe, and convenient
off-campus housing. This is what prompted Temple University then-student Ofo
Ezeugwu to launch WhoseYourLandlord .com in October 2012. The site’s
gaol is to help students know what to expect when selecting both on and
Tax reformers and economists usually hate tax breaks. The way they see it is like this: Unprincipled politicians can’t resist giving away goodies. So our tax code is littered with complications designed to channel subsidies to the well-connected. This makes a mess of the free market.