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UCLA School of Dentistry receives $1.5 million for community-based education

The UCLA School of Dentistry has received a $1.5 million grant from the state’s largest dental benefits provider, Delta Dental of California, to support launching a community-based clinical education ... read more

As MU dental school expands, possible rival resurfaces

A new dental school in Marshfield would provide competition for the more than $3.5 million in annual state funding that Marquette has received for years ... private academic partnership." A new commun... read more

West Africa: New Tool Can Help Identify Nations Vulnerable to Ebola

The Empowering Adolescent Girls to Lead through Education (EAGLE) project focuses on promoting girls' education in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). This five-year, $15.9 million ... childre... read more

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Annual Address to the Faculty — January 1999

Annual Address to the Faculty — January 1999 Facebook ... been very successfully implemented and is being very well-received by undergraduates and ... chairs and a total endowment of nearly $30 millio... read more


Facebook's (FB) CEO Mark Zuckerberg Hosts 2017 Annual Stockholder Meeting (Transcript)

So, whether it’s after an earthquake in 2015 when our community came together to raise more than $15 million to ... down to your school board members and in one click you could connect to all of them ... read more

UCLA School of Dentistry Receives $15 Million from the NIH to Advance Saliva Diagnostics Research

The UCLA Schoolof Dentistry has received two ... combined with the school's ongoing NIH-funded saliva research studies,are building UCLA's reputation as a center for excellence in oral fluid research. ... read more

Models And Momentum For Insuring Low-Income, Undocumented Immigrant Children In California

Family Care members receive comprehensive coverage that includes pharmacy, mental health, and dental benefits. Monthly premiums are $10 per child, with low or no copayments. To date, the alliance has ... read more

How Kids’ Sports Became a $15 Billion Industry

A family from Ottawa sent their 13-year-old to New Jersey for a year, to increase his ice time on the travel hockey circuit. A sponsor paid the teen’s $25,000 private-school ... generated $13.7 millio... read more

Congressional Documents and Publications

Introduction HRSA Overview: The Health Resources and Services Administration helps the most vulnerable Americans receive ... community-based training sites for students in service-learning and clinica... read more

Grants and Outcomes

$20 million over ten years. $15 million ... stay in school. $195,000 for three years. Funded by the Charles Stewart Mott Foundation. Boston Department of Health and Hospitals. This grant will support ... read more



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