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Keith Saeger, Vice President, Business Development for the Midwest and Central States, and Jay White, Vice President Business Development for the Southeast and East Coast States will enhance Taft-Hartley
Public, private school faculty and administrators who meet eligibility criteria encouraged to apply for award valued at over $20,000 DENVER, Sept.
For a limited time, online university will offer qualified students an accredited MBA degree for only $4,908.00 in total tuition. DENVER, July 7, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Through an opportunity
For a limited time, qualified students can earn an accredited MBA degree for just $4,908, inclusive of all tuition and fees. DENVER, Feb.
IAITAM Certifications can be applied toward degree requirements. Canton, OH and Denver, CO (PRWEB) March 09, 2012 Taft University unveiled its new
NEW YORK, Oct. 21 /PRNewswire/ -- Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft LLP is pleased to announce that Tracy E. Miller, a prominent health care lawyer, has joined the firm as a member of the Corporate Department in the New York Office. Ms.
Authorities in Florida said a scrappy 69-year-old widow pulled a pink pistol on a handyman she thought was going through her jewelry box. Christa Taft-Mueller, 69, of Naples, said she brandished her pink-handled Walther P22 semi-automatic handgun after she found the handyman, who was supposed to be fixing the pocket door leading to her bedroom, hovering over her jewelry box, the Naples (Fla.) Daily News reported Friday. My hands were shaking so much, Taft-Mueller said in her German accent.
William Howard Taft University has announced that beginning on October 1, 2008 it will resume accepting applications for its Doctor of Education Program. The Program, which was founded in 1994, has been subject to voluntary enrollment limitations in recent years.
It is that time of year again -- Back to School. Schools find themselves tightening up their spending this year on programs such as music, art and physical education due to the high cost of fuel and increased food prices.
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