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Marla Ahlgrimm Praises the Work of Women’s Health Pioneers

Marla Ahlgrimm Praises the Work of Women’s Health Pioneers

The consistent efforts of women’s health advocates has drawn greater attention to the cause, says Marla Ahlgrimm. MADISON, Wisconsin – November 7, 2014 – As a leading advocate for women’s health, Marla Ahlgrimm enjoys shining the spotlight on those with a keen desire to help others in crisis. Recently, Marla Ahlgrimm took time to discuss […]

Gallup Poll: Utah Rates No. 1 in Charitable Giving

UTAH – October 2nd, 2014 – Residents in southwestern and southern states were among the least likely to volunteer their time and donate their money, according to a new Gallup poll examining American habits of charitable and philanthropic giving. Utah reigns supreme as the leading state in the survey, with about 50 percent of residents […]

Ellerslie Training and the Return of Honor

Honor is chief among the attributes of the school’s eager and motivated student body, reports the leadership team of Ellerslie Training. WINDSOR, Colorado – September 10, 2014 – One of the distinctive attributes of Ellerslie Training is the leadership’s focus on honor. It’s an old-fashioned word that Ellerslie Training is seeking to make a relevant […]

Nova Science Publishers New ’14 Books

With over 1,500 titles published each year, researchers and readers in a variety of fields can find a book or journal relevant to their interests, according to a spokesperson from Nova Science Publishers. HAUPPAUGE, New York – August 25, 2014 – Nova Science Publishers announces the release of its 2014 titles, which span a wide […]

Ellerslie Mission Society – Benefits of ‘Gap Program’

“Now is the time to embrace the Word of God and explore its extraordinary depth and clarity,” says Ellerslie Mission Society. WINDSOR, Colorado – May 15, 2014 – Ellerslie Mission Society, a Christian Bible college located in beautiful Windsor, Colorado, believes that its unique “gap program” format may be the future of Bible colleges in […]

Feed The Children Reviews Past Year and Forecasts Plans for 2014

As Feed The Children reviews the most recent year, partnerships with major corporations and international agencies stand out among the organization’s major successes. OKLAHOMA CITY, Oklahoma – March 28, 2014 – As one of the largest charities headquartered in the United States, Feed The Children reviews internal and external operations on a regular basis to […]

Dr. James D. Sterling Reviews the Film “Last Year at Marienbad”

Ideas drawn from this movie have the potential to re-energize the efforts of patients in counseling, observes Dr. James D. Sterling. NEW YORK, New York – March 5, 2013 – Last Year at Marienbad, a provocative film by auteur Alan Resnais, has stirred up controversy and analysis since its release. Recently, Dr. James D. Sterling, […]

Twitter Co-Founder Introduces New Search Engine and Mobile App, Jelly

App emphasizes altruism while binding together loose networks of people to achieve a common goal, says creator Biz Stone. NEW YORK CITY, New York – January 13, 2014 – Twitter co-founder Biz Stone recently announced the initial details of his venture to develop a social search engine. Jelly is a mobile app and search engine […]

United Faith Church – New Sanctuary Plans

BARNEGAT, New Jersey – December 19, 2013 – According to a spokesperson from United Faith Church in Barnegat, plans for construction of a new 10,600 square foot sanctuary are underway. After purchasing a beautiful stretch of five acres of land in Barnegat in 2008, United Faith Church is ready to begin construction in early spring […]

Roger Stanton Earns Tenure, Promoted

ST. MARY’S CITY, MARYLAND – December 10, 2013 – Roger Stanton has been reappointed with tenure and promoted to the rank of Associate Professor of Psychology. A Ph.D. recipient in psychology and cognitive science from Indiana University, Roger Stanton first joined the St. Mary’s community in 2007. Roger Stanton teaches courses in the areas of […]