Advent Technologies Announces Appointment of Katherine E. Fleming, Provost of New York University, to Board of Directors Business Wire CAMBRIDGE, Mass. -- November 12, 2020 Advent Technologies, an innovation-driven company in the fuel cell and hydrogen technology space, today announced the appointment of Katherine E. Fleming as a new Member of its Board of Directors, in the context of its planned merger with AMCI Acquisition Corp (NASDAQ: AMCI) and the
PRINCE GEORGE’S COUNTY, MD — The presidential race gets the most attention, but Prince George’s County has several local contests as well. Five school board seats are up for grabs in this year’s election.
It’s time to get to know one of the candidates. Meet Bryan M. Swann. He is running to represent District 4 on the Prince George’s County Board of Education.
Swann is running against Shayla Adams-Stafford. More
Oct. 28: This story has been updated to reflect more information about the Voters Guide questionnaire.
Dallas College, which has pivoted to nearly all virtual classes during the pandemic, has two board seats up for election on Nov. 3.
The elections come at a time when the system — previously known as Dallas County Community College District — is unifying its seven campuses under Dallas College and as the coronavirus
GREENWICH — When the state ruled in her young son’s favor and found the Greenwich Public Schools had broken the law, Audra O’Donovan expected meaningful change.
But the special education parent and co-founder of the Special Education Advisory Council, who had filed a complaint with the state after the district denied one of her three children a comprehensive evaluation, O’Donovan said she was dismayed when even the state mandate didn’t
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We are the Black employees of the College Board. We are hurting both individually and collectively. We have spent this week meeting every day as a community. We have shared our stories with one another: our pain, our rage, and sometimes our hopes.
We are among the leaders of the College Board, and all the other leaders of the College Board have listened while we spoke.