Tag "Education"

For over forty-three years, The Newgrange and Laurel Schools have empowered children with learning differences, providing them with the tools and confidence necessary to accomplish their goals. The Robinowitz Education Center (formerly the Newgrange Education Center) has simultaneously guided generations

Anneke Forzani, Princeton alumna and founder of Language Lizard, announces the release of her book, Building Bridges.  This book helps educators embrace multiculturalism in their classrooms with lesson plans, games, and diversity activities. Language Lizard supports the academic and social

International Women’s Day (March 8) is a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. The day also marks a call to action for accelerating women’s equality. Join Addteq and Winsome Consulting in celebrating women’s achievement

Princeton, N.J. “Life in the Garden”, –Stony Brook Garden Club’s 2020 juried exhibition of members’ photography–, may be viewed in D&R Greenway’s Olivia Rainbow Gallery through March 27. Nature photographs were requested for categories of “Residents/Guests/Interlopers” (pollinators); “Constructing Beauty”; and

Learning something new every day increases your abilities to perform a wider spectrum of services for your clients. Since we wear a closet full of hats to perform new and interesting services for our clients, it’s absolutely necessary to keep

Register now for the U.S. Commercial Service’s “Trade Winds 2020 Mission to Hong Kong & Indo-Pacific”, April 20-27, 2020, the largest annual U.S. government-led trade mission now in its 12th edition. In 2018 exports to Indo-Pacific were $724.1 billion, and

Author Amy Radin sat down with Winsome Consulting CEO Heather Thomas at Tigerlabs to discuss strategies for navigating the ever changing landscape of work and career within corporations and as an entrepreneur. Amy led teams instituting change amid behemoth bureaucracy

Princeton, N.J.— D&R Greenway Land Trust’s Olivia Rainbow Gallery Presents ““Nature in Black and White” by 8th-grade students of Stuart Country Day School of the Sacred Heart, through December 20. Art teacher Phyllis Wright supervised the girls’ plein-air pencil sketching

The Henry Ford Museum Of American Innovation hosted the 2018 National Invention Convention and Entrepreneurship Expo (NICEE 2018), where Joey and Heidi Hudicka, now 16 and 11, won First Place in the 10th-12th Grade Category, before being celebrated further through

The Roebling Museum is proud to present another installment of its monthly, Saturday Lecture Series. On Saturday, June 30 at 1pm, retired geologist Pierre Lacombe will discuss the millions and millions of red bricks used to build both the Roebling