The Bergen Community College Center for Business and Industry, in partnership with the Bergen County Workforce Investment Board, is hosting a free business seminar titled â€œFlexing Your Own Communication Style to Get Better Resultsâ€â€”led by Heather Clarke-Peckerman, M.A., C.E.C., President of HPC Consulting Groupâ€”on Friday, April 13, 2007, from 8:30 a.m. until 12:00 p.m., at the Moses Family Meeting and Training Center (TEC-128) at Bergen Community College, 400 Paramus Rd., Paramus, NJ.
Dr. Judith K. Winn, President of Bergen Community College and Dr. Edward Guiliano, President of New York Institute of Technology (NYIT) recently signed a formal Transfer Articulation Agreement for NYITâ€™s Bachelor of Science Degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering, and Bachelor of Professional Studies Degree in Hospitality Management.
The following article appeared in the recent edition of "Hackensack Tidelines" (Winter 2007, Volume X, Issue 1) by Hugh Carola of the Hackensack Riverkeeper. To learn more about the Hackensack Riverkeeper, please visit www.hackensackriverkeeper.org. We thank them for their great work and support!
"Hackensack Riverkeeper is the leading environmental organization working on Hackensack River issues".
She's been a model, a cover girl, the focus of celebrity-driven TV programs and of tabloid media gossip as well as being a TV celebrity in her own right.
But flip to the next page on the resume of Ivanka Trump, The Donald's 25-year-old daughter, and you'll find a former star student at the Wharton School of Finance (graduating with honors in 2004) who has become a jet-setting wheeler-dealer. Her real estate footprints extend from a base in New York City to projects in Baja California, Mexico, Chicago, Hawaii, Panama and Dubai.
The aging of America's baby boom generation was on the minds of lenders who took part in the Mortgage Bankers Association's recent convention on commercial real estate and multifamily housing.
Margaret I. Scott, director of senior housing for lending giant Freddie Mac, recalled one of the catchphrases of the 1960s, "Don't trust anybody over 30." Although they were in their youth at the time, the baby boomers began turning 60 last year.
The Spread of Religions: A Social Scientific Theory Based on the Spread of Buddhism, Christianity and Islam By Robert L. Montgomery, [email protected], www.sompsite.com.
Dr. Robert L. Montgomery
Since the nineteenth century scholars have recognized that three religions have spread more widely through propagation and conversion than other religions. These three religions in historical order are Buddhism, Christianity, and Islam. In spite of this recognition and numerous studies of these and other religions, there has been almost no attempt to explain why these three religions should have spread so widely.
In 2007 National Poison Prevention Week will be celebrated March 18th through the 24th, and draws attention to the fact that more than a million accidental poisonings occur in the United States each year. Only a small number of these result in fatalities, but sadly the majority involve children under the age of five, occur in the kitchen and are preventable by following some simple rules.
At their monthly meeting on February 8th at Cipolla Senior Center the Chapter presented the Center with a podium for the use of all who use the facility. Also announced was the kick-off of the organization's screening of candidates for their 2007 scholarship awards.