Business Conference in Greece

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Dear Colleague,

I would like to invite you to the following International Conferences organized by The Business Research Division of the Athens Institute for Education and Research:

· 6th International Conference on SME. Person Responsible: Dr. Cleopatra Veloutsou, Senior Lecturer in Marketing, University of Glasgow and Head, Marketing Research Unit, ATINER. Place and Dates: Athens, Greece, 10-13 August 2009. Conference Website: http://www.atiner.gr/docs/sme.htm

· 7th International Conference ...

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Teaching Education News….

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AACTE Weekly News Briefs | April 21, 2009
. . . delivered to your inbox so you can enjoy up-to-date news on colleges of education, teaching and the classroom, campaigns, legislation, STEM teacher issues, international teacher issues, grants, and upcoming events. Please click on linked headlines for full story.

AACTE ANNOUNCEMENTS

FREE Webinar April 23 to Discuss the Achievement Gap for Children in Foster Care
Register now for a free webinar this Thursday, April 23, on “Closing the Educational Achievement Gap for ...

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Minot State University Public Announcements

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April 21, 2009 Campus Announcements

Events

Wednesday is Earth Day at MSU
At Minot State University, Earth Day 2009 will be commemorated Wednesday (April 22) in the Quad, 10 a.m.-3 p.m. The following is a tentative agenda:
· Campus cleanup —Bags and gloves will be provided. Prizes will be awarded for the greatest impact during the cleanup.
· “Green businesses” booths — Learn the positive impact ...

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The North Dakota Public Employees Association

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The North Dakota Public Employees Association has worked very hard over the past 3 ½ months representing all public employees on a variety of issues at the legislative session. With only twelve days left in this legislative session we need you to help in the final push to make the voice of state employees heard. Senate Bill 2311, which provided for a 5% and 5% appropriation for salaries, passed the House last week 84 – 5. Now it ...

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North Dakota Council on Information Technology Newsletter

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IT Career Awareness Program position filled:
Wade Kadrmas has accepted the IT and IT career awareness assistant supervisor position through the North Dakota Department of Career and Technical Education (ND CTE). Kadrmas will assist Ray Hintz, ND CTE IT supervisor, in promoting the development of IT courses in schools across the state, as well as work with ITCND to create awareness of the opportunities with in the IT industry as part of the IT Career Awareness Program initiative.

Kadrmas ...

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FEMA Update

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This E-News Update includes information on federal and state resources available to help Minnesota and North Dakota business owners and their employees recover from the floods. We welcome your comments, questions, good stories, and suggested topics. Please send emails to FEMAPrivateSector-DR1830MN@dhs.gov for Minnesota, and for North Dakota Recovery to FEMAPrivateSector-DR1829ND@dhs.gov.

situational update

MINNESOTA: On April 10, 2009, the major disaster declaration was amended to include FEMA Individual Assistance for eligible applicants in the following counties: Clay, Norman, Traverse and Wilkin. The ...

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A Medicare Update

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Hello Everyone,

Please enjoy the information contained in this edition of Frontier Focus. Please be sure to share it with your members, colleagues, providers and office billing staff. Thank you for your continued efforts to broadcast Medicare information to the providers in Region VIII.

Table of Contents

1. Special ODF on Medicare Provider and Supplier Enrollment

2. Medicare Announces Sites for Pilot Program to Improve Quality as Patients ...

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North Dakota Council on Information Technology Legislative Report

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________________________________________Current Status Report – ITCND
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HB 1144 Track
Title: Relating to confidentiality of information contained in records.
Sponsor(s):
Judiciary Committee
File Date Chamber Comm Action Journal Page
01/06 H JUD Introduced, first reading, referred Judiciary HJ0048

01/14 H Reported back, do pass, placed on calendar y 013 n 000 HJ0124

01/14 H COMMITTEE HEARING 01/14 09:15 AM

01/16 H Second reading, passed, yeas 092 nays 000 HJ0141

01/19 S Received ...

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The North Dakota Senate Democratic Legislative Report

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Senate Democratic Caucus

End of Week Report (Week 15)

April 16, 2009

Across the state, the melting snow is revealing a trail of damage left behind from the snowfall and flood waters. The damage includes washed out gravel roads, split pavement, damaged bridges, ruined fences and animal carcasses strewn about. Last week lawmakers received reports about the total cost of all this damage and what can be done to help. The State Department of Emergency Services estimates that the flooding damage could top ...

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North Dakota Department of Human Services

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NEWS from the North Dakota Department of Human Services

600 E Boulevard Ave, Bismarck ND 58505-0250

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

April 15, 2009

Contacts: Arlene Dura, Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Director, ND Dept. of Human Services, 701-328-2064; or Heather Steffl, Public Information Officer, 701-328-4933 or 701-527-7445

Few flood-impacted households seek replacement of Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program benefits

Help may still be available for eligible low-income households

BISMARCK, N.D. – The North Dakota Department of Human Services today reported that 13 low-income households reported food losses from spring ...

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New Stude E-Mail Procedure at Minot State University

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April 14, 2009 Campus Announcements

Events

Earth Day-planning meeting slated for this afternoon
An Earth Day-planning meeting is scheduled for today (April 14) at 3:30 p.m. in Cyril Moore 231. Students, faculty and staff are welcome and needed! For questions, contact 858-3079 or heidi.super@minotstateu.edu.
–Heidi Super, associate professor of biology

Office of Public Information

Information Notification: Important changes to Student E-mails

A campus discussion led a small group of employees to brainstorm a more effective way to notify students, using e-mail, of events. This ...

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North Dakota NDPEA Shows How Legislators Vote

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North Dakota Public Employees Association

Dear Thomas Seymour,

President’s Corner

Last week I asked you to contact your legislators about the state employee pay package and you responded! I have heard legislators have been receiving emails, let’s keep the pressure on until the 5% and 5% and the equity pool included in Governor Hoeven’s budget is passed and signed into law. The state employee pay package is included in two bills SB 2311 and HB 1015. There ...

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