(upbeat music) – [Narrator] Throughout its history, Georgetown’s School of Continuing Studies has prepared students to meet the demands of a changing economy and society. The story begins in 1954, when Georgetown formalized year-round education. Wartime had dramatically shortened academic schedules, and students were looking to complete their degrees in less time. Georgetown Summer School,
Thank you very much, Paul. Every time I hear that, myself introduced, I sort of pause and wonder about all the things I’ve done, most of which were initiated as a consequence to some serendipitous event in my life, not necessarily because I started at the age of 12 and planned this whole thing out.
Hello Everyone And Welcome. My Name Is Marco Davis, The Deputy Director Of The White House Initiative On Educational Excellence For Hispanics. And It’s A Pleasure To Welcome All Of You Today To The Third In Our Series On Bright Spots And Hispanic Education Google Hangouts. Aimed At Highlighting The Good Work Organizations Are Doing
– [Voiceover] Good afternoon, everyone, and welcome. We’d like to welcome you to the CTD webinar, AT and Accommodations in Post-Secondary Education: Supporting Successful Transition. Your presenters for this afternoon are Diana Petschauer and Alyssa Marinaccio. And with that, I will turn the floor over to them. Thank you. – [Voiceover] Thanks so much, Nolan.
We are experiencing very warm summers and very cold winters. We have people cutting down trees almost everyday. We have people starting field fires. Everyone is a source of climate change. Some of the animals that live in the woodlands, they are dying. Usually, in summer, people plant maize, but because there wasn’t much rain
ISIS will survive its losses in Iraq and Syria. It is re-establishing a haven in Libya as a base for coordinating attacks in Europe and operations across Africa. ISIS operates freely in Libya’s interior with access to lucrative smuggling and human trafficking networks. The threat from ISIS in Libya to Europe, and eventually the United
So my name’s Carmen Foskey, I am a student at UGA, I’m a junior – I believe! And I am studying General Business. My name is Morgan Balsam, I’m a third-year here at UGA, I’m majoring in exercise and sport science, minoring in Spanish, and I’m intending on going to physical therapy school, so I
Fade (Music) (Music) (Music) At least 24 people were shot and injured between late Saturday afternoon and early Sunday morning. Police believe most shootings were either gang or drug related. 34 Chicago students killed and almost 300 wounded in the past year. Chicago is now the murder capital of this country. (hip hop music) Sah
– Good morning. We have a wonderful panel for you now on inclusive education. Your program indicates inclusive higher education, but we’ve expanded a little bit. We’re also going to change the format a little bit. We will begin with Gopal Mitra from UNICEF. And all the biographies are in your books, and so I
The US has been well known for being the land of opportunity so I would like to challenge myself here to see what chances I may get Get fantastic education in the classrooms, access to everything outside of the classrooms and really it starts you on the pathway to a fantastic career. As a young