Vancouver, British Columbia–(Newsfile Corp. – March 4, 2024) – ReGen III Corp. (TSXV: GIII) (OTCQB: ISRJF) (FSE: PN4) (“ReGen III” or the “Company”), a leading clean technology company commercializing the patented ReGen™ process to upcycle used motor oil (“UMO”) into high-value Group III base oils, is pleased to announce that the Company’s subsidiary, RG3 Texas […]

When Governors State University professor Rashidah Muhammad put together a read-in showcasing the writings of African Americans at the university decades ago, she never imagined that today in states across the country teachers and librarians would be grappling with book bans and restrictions on how Black history and racism are taught. As preparations are underway […]

Our Postbaccalaureate Research InternShip & Mentoring (PRISM) Program is an intensive 2-year research and professional development experience at BR in Cambridge, Massachusetts or Emeryville, California. It is dedicated to providing research training opportunities for highly talented students from historically underserved communities and increasing their competiveness for top-tier biomedical graduate degree programs. Selected scholars will perform […]

Are you a student looking to pursue a career in STEM? Look no further than historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs) with cutting-edge STEM programs. With top-notch faculty, state-of-the-art facilities, and a commitment to diversity and inclusion, HBCUs are the perfect place for students of all backgrounds to excel in science, technology, engineering, and math. […]

WASHINGTON – The U.S. Department of Labor today announced the publication of a final rule that revises federal regulations that govern the Employment Service, the nationwide system of public employment offices. Enacted in 1933, the Wagner-Peyser Act established the nationwide system to support the nation’s labor markets by bringing together people seeking employment with employers in […]

Students tape their mouths shut and link arms as they walk down the South Oval Jan. 14, 2015.  Tony Ragle/The Daily Editor’s note: This story is featured in OU Daily’s winter magazine, which will be available in print in late-November. Check out the other featured stories at the bottom of this article.  Students on campus […]

There’s just one problem: The Latimer Fellowship is one of a number of efforts to help entrepreneurs of color that have come under fire from conservative legal activists after the US Supreme struck down affirmative action. They contend the fellowship could violate federal civil rights law because it’s only open to Black innovators. Get Trendlines […]

Seattle – The U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice programs is awarding more than $11 million in grant funding to entities in Washington State to combat community violence, especially youth violence, announced Acting U.S. Attorney Tessa M. Gorman. The two largest grants of $4 million each are going to the state and a King […]

College of Staten Island – St. George Facilitators and attendees at the “Agents of Change” annual presentation and celebration of high school student research. Approximately 100 students attended the presentation of 30 student writing and research projects through programs and events sponsored by the Brown Chair in English Literacy via […]

Tuskegee University offers summer programs for high school students, college students, and teachers who want to expand their knowledge and experience in their fields of study and future careers. The programs cover a range of subjects and are constantly updated. Below is a summary of the programs offered, program dates, and application deadlines. (Photo Contributor […]

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