Public service message to all parents: you’ve got to hide your booze stashes better than how these p
Public service message to all parents: you’ve got to hide your booze stashes better than how these parents did in their Wolseley Hornet. Come on, people, you didn’t even try! At least pour it into an empty coolant bottle or something.
Sun-Star reporter wins top public service honor in 2019 Gruner journalism awards
The Merced Sun-Star’s Vikaas Shanker was honored at the 2019 Gruner Awards in Fresno CA on March 6, 2019, for his work exposing details of sexual harassment scandal at Golden Valley High School in Merced CA.
Why We Should Expand National Service Programs
Why this Encore.org exec thinks a Trump budget proposal is misguided
100 jobs for Waterford as Bausch Health expands operations
Bausch Health will bring 100 new jobs to Waterford as it sets its sights on expanding its contact lens manufacturing capacity in Ireland.
Candidates want to expand national service. Here's what that means
Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg just released his plan for new national service programs, including a Climate Corps, and a chief service officer in the White House.
create new or expanded national parks
With the recent decision not to list the Greater Sage Grouse under the Endangered Species Act (ESA), and given the overall weak measures in various Bureau of Land Management (BLM) and Forest Servic…
Facebook's Place Tips expands nationally with free beacons for businesses
Originally rolled out January, Place Tips uses beacons to publish curated content about a business to the top of a shopper's News Feed while they're at the company's location.
$20 Million Gift to Expand National World War II Museum
The donation was made by Donald T. Bollinger Jr., known as Boysie, a longtime supporter of the museum, and will be used, in part, to add a 150-foot-tall “Canopy of Peace.”
Big Time Moves: What a Company Needs to Take Care of When Expanding Nationally
Running a company that is a success in its local area is impressive, to say the least. Certain entrepreneurs will……
How Brooklyn Boutique Chain Bird is Expanding Nationally as Other Brick-and-Mortars Flounder
Jen Mankins has brought her joyful Brooklyn cool to all of us ex-New Yorkers in Los Angeles.
Genomic Health Expanding Sales Force by 20 Percent; Starts Prostate Dx Studies
Top honours for public service
Three prominent Singapore leaders in their respective fields, who are closely associated with NUS, received this years highest National Day Awards.
Life Lessons in Public Service
Most everything I learned about public service, I learned from Secretary Ron Brown.
How to Engage Millennials in Public Service
Music has always possessed the remarkable power to engage and empower young people. Personally, I cannot recall any time from my teenage years that came even remotely close to empowering me as much as the days I spent devoted to bringing music to others. I was not charitable in the traditional sense; you wouldn’t find me at 6 a.m. on a Sunday scooping soup. Instead, I’d be on a three-hour drive to Goldsboro, North Carolina (a town seriously lacking in live music venues…
How public services strengthen the economy
With teachers and students now going back to school, much of the province seems to be breathing a sigh of relief. But I’m not convinced we’ve made any substantial ground when it comes to understanding the important role education and other public services play towards both social and economic wellbe
Public Service Insights and Trends Series
Public Service Insights and Trends Series is a professional development & networking series on public service presented by the Center for Public Administration and Leadership
What It Means to Be a Lawyer in Public Service
As the 2017-18 academic year kicks off, we look back at the remarks shared by two graduation speakers last June: Lisa Monaco, ’97, former Homeland Security advisor to President Barack Obama, and Richard H. McAdams, the Bernard D. Meltzer Professor of Law. You can also read more about how the Law School shaped five of our 2017 graduates and see graduation day photos.
Why Public Service Appeals To Veterans
Veterans are disproportionately represented in the public sector. There are good reasons why, and good effects from it.
How public service broadcasting shapes up worldwide
Many of the BBC’s defenders highlight its standing as the pinnacle of PSB globally – but what are they comparing it with?
Why I Chose a Year of Public Service
Natalie Barndt : "I have been striving to find a way to focus my work on criminal justice reform for a few years. When I read the job description for this fellowship, I felt like I finally had found a position in which I could make a significant difference and that required the skills and experience I can bring. Then, after meeting my fellow executive fellows, I was sure that this is the right place for me." Kevin Meehan : "I became a…