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UFV's commitment to fostering research related to Aboriginal topics received a huge boost when the university was awarded a Tier 1 Canada Research Chair in Aboriginal Studies by the Social Science and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC).  The award allows UFV to build on existing interdisciplinary collaboration in various aspects of Aboriginal studies involving the departments of history, geography, anthropology, sociology, criminal justice, visual arts, and social work. Professor Hugh Brody is leading an ambitious program of research on the role played by Aboriginal youth in the development of their ...
Resources on Program Related Investing | RSF Social Finance
I spent most of last week in Greensboro, NC, attending the Sustainable Agriculture & Food Systems Funders Annual Forum: Deep Roots (you can check out the agenda here: ). This annual event is an excellent forum for foundations and government funders (such as staff from the USDA and Risk Management Agency) to discuss trends, identify collaboration opportunities, and challenge each other to do more to support local and sustainable food systems; the conversations continue throughout the year via the SAFSF listserv, and I highly recommend joining as a member if you are an individual or ... market research, surveys and trends
mental/emotional/social health update
I know, I know. This should be a no-brainer. But for a while, it was a brainer. It was a yes-brainer, if you will. It was a brainer because my brain and my nerves were fried from being In Charge, and so for the majority of summer camp, I sat on my couch every night, staring at some kind of television. But it got to a point where I couldn't cope with any kind of investment, see-- not even in a show I've watched 80,000 times and therefore no longer needs investing-- and my own life felt so overwhelming and my job felt so real and my social life felt so dramatique that I couldn't bring myself to invest in anything ... market research, surveys and trends


Great Ideas: Social Investments Supporting Human Services
US, with between 70 and 80 percent of its workforce trainees remaining employed one year later. Rubicon operates a $14 million annual budget and employs 275 ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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Fathers, Don't Let Your Sons Grow Up Without The Expendables
Being a man isn�t what it used to be. When my grandfather was born ninety years ago, he was pushed into a world which expected certain things from him because of his gender. He was a man, he had to stand on his own two feet. He would be a provider, a fixer, and when it was called for, a fighter. A man had to be independent. A man had to be strong. A man had to be in charge. A man had hair on his chest and even more hair on his balls. He�d take care of women, knowing that they couldn�t take care of themselves. He�d keep his emotions to himself, because there were things to be done and no time for tears. He�d make a ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Palmer casino moves forward
PALMER - State lawmakers have yet to finish legislation that would legalize casino gambling in the Massachusetts, but that has not prevented plans for building a casino here in Palmer from moving forward. Mohegan Sun, the Connecticut casino company, announced its plans to build a resort-style casino on a 152-acre property next to the Massachusetts Turnpike in Palmer last year. According to casino executives, the development will include a 600-room hotel and spa, a 1,500- to 2,000-seat entertainment venue, a half dozen restaurants, meeting center, shops and 3,000 slot machines and 100 table games. It would be hard to miss. The ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


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To address these issues, we draw on data from the Youth Development Study (YDS), an ongoing longitudinal survey of teenagers and their parents residing in St. Paul, Minnesota. Beginning in 1987, the YDS drew a random sample of 1,010 ninth-grade students from students registered in the St. Paul public school district. Questionnaires, administered annually in the classroom, included batteries of questions focused on early work experiences, school-related behaviors, and psychological adjustment. The selected panel well represented the St. Paul community, as well as the character of ninth-grade students in St. Paul at the time of ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
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How should a student choose a major? | LinkedIn Answers | LinkedIn ★ Highly effective trade show booth traffic builder/lead generator ★ GREEN ★100% recycled wire see all my answers Find what your passionate about and move in that direction... posted 3 months ago Client Relations at The Staffing Company see all my answers I wish I had asked that question when I was his age! My advice would be this: If you love organization, big picture, process and flow, go into Business Administration. If you love numbers, order and balance, specialize in Accounting. If you love movies, good books, poetry, coffee houses (that a joke!) go in to English or Literature. If you ...
How much do you spend on each child for Christmas? - Yahoo! Answers
Do you spend equal amounts if you have more than one child? Do you just buy equal amounts of toys and things? How do you make it equal? Christmas is a HUGE deal in our home. I spend all year combing everywhere looking for the perfect present for loved ones. Now with two little guys, Brody is almost 3 and Riley is 4 months, I am finding Christmas shopping to be tricky. Brody's toys and things, of course, are more expensive than Riley's. How do you balance this out? Thanks ya all! Lyn With an 3 year age difference you may never spend the same amount At four months, you do not have get him much I had a friend that ...