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Aug. 28-Sept.1
American Chemical Society Meeting & Exposition

Washington, D.C.
Phone: (800) 227-5558
Fax: (202) 872-6128


Sept. 12-14
National Minority Enterprise

Development MED Week 2005
“The Art of the Deal: Make It Happen”
Washington, D.C.
Phone: 1-877-MEDWEEK

Sept. 12-15
National Association for Black Geologist & Geophysicists Annual Conference
“Geosciences — Bridging the Gap”
Raleigh, N.C.

Sept. 15-18
Black Women Leadership Council

2005 National Conference

Sept. 18-21
Council for Opportunity in Education

24th Annual Conference
“Higher Education Act of 1965 & The Federal TRIO Programs: Continuing America’s Commitment to Low-Income and Disabled Students”
Washington Hilton and Towers
Washington, D.C. 
Contact: Yvette Thompson
Phone: (202) 347-7430

Sept. 25-27
National College Access Network (NCAN)

10th Anniversary Conference
Flamingo Las Vegas Hotel
Las Vegas

Sept. 30-Oct. 1
Washington State Association for Multicultural Education (WSAME)

12th Annual WSAME Multicultural/ Intercultural/Diversity Education Conference
Seattle Central Community College
Phone: (206) 522-5438
E-mail: [email protected]


Oct. 5-8
National Academic Advising Association (NACDA)

29th Annual National Conference
“Hitting the Jackpot: Making Student Academic Success a Sure Bet”
Paris & Bally Hotels
Las Vegas

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Bill Would Require Colleges to Reveal Religious Exemptions BOSTON — Congresswoman Katherine Clark is pushing legislation she says will help members of the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender community make more informed decisions about college. Clark's bill would require the U.S. Department of Educatio...
New Kansas Law Lets Campus Religious Groups Restrict Members By Associated Press TOPEKA, Kan. — Kansas' conservative Republican governor signed legislation Tuesday allowing faith-based groups at college campuses to restrict membership to like-minded people, likely putting the state on a collision course wit...
Federal Program Helps Nebraska Students Stay in School By Associated Press COLUMBUS, Neb. — A federal program at Central Community College in Columbus is helping low-income, first-generation or disabled students remain in school. The Columbus Telegram reports that TRIO is an organization through th...
Tennessee Lawmaker Considering Bill to Allow College Faculty to be Armed NASHVILLE, Tenn. ― A Republican state lawmaker says he might offer legislation authorizing faculty and employees at Tennessee’s public higher education institutions to carry firearms and have “the best chance possible to defend themselves” if there’s...
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