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Top  > Regional  > United States  > Idaho  > Cities  > Fruitland  > Society and Culture 
  • Meetup.com - Connect with other Fruitland people who share similar interests and live nearby.
Top  > Regional  > United States  > New York  > Education  > Colleges and Universities 
  • Academy for Jewish Religion - Rabbinical and Cantorial School for Klal Yisrael. Site provides information on student admissions, program details, and a faculty and staff directory.
Top  > Regional  > United States  > New York  > Education  > Colleges and Universities  > Alfred University 
  • The Fiat Lux - Student newspaper provides Alfred University campus updates, world news, message postings, and other pertinent information.
  • WALF 89.7 FM - University radio station's website posts a program schedule, contacts, staff list, and sponsors information.
Top  > Regional  > United States  > New York  > Education  > Colleges and Universities  > Alfred University  > Organizations 
  • Alpha Epsilon Omega - Epsilon Omega chapter's website presents a calendar of events, contact details, pictures, and related links.
  • Alfred University Resque Squad - Basic life support agency composed of the Alfred University Police, Ambulance, Fire Department, Residence Life, and Security.
  • Alfred Swing Society - Organization created to teach and serve as a venue for learning and practicing various forms of swing dancing.
  • Baka - Alfred University's organization of animé enthusiasts. Serves as a venue for the viewing, enjoyment, and appreciation of Japanese animation.
  • Forest People - Group of outdoor enthusiasts engages in various recreational activities such backpacking, rock climbing, kayaking, and snowshoeing.
  • Hillel at Alfred - Offering a glimpse of the Jewish campus life at Alfred University. With news and photos.
  • Intervarsity Christian Fellowship - Overview of the organization with information on events, pictures, and featured faith testimonies.
  • Omicron Delta Kappa - National leadership honor society, the Alfred University chapter. Site presents pictures and information on membership and events.
  • Society of Women Engineers - Presents a photo album, membership details, and information on past activities and upcoming events.
  • SPECTRUM - Alfred University's gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender alliance and social and political atmosphere.
Top  > Regional  > United States  > New York  > Education  > Colleges and Universities  > Bard College 
  • Bard College - Private liberal arts college offers undergraduate programs that include social sciences, languages and literature, arts, and natural sciences and mathematics.
  • Bard in China Program - Program of events and exchanges created in recognition of the growing importance of China’s international role.
  • Bard College Clemente Course in the Humanities - Credit program of instruction in the Humanities offered to students who are economically and educationally disadvantaged.
  • Senior Salon Series - Bard College event series designed to assist students in completing a project, graduating, and finding a job.
  • Bard High School Early College - Public educational institution offering free of charge programs to eligible students form the five boroughs of New York City.
  • Bard Prison Initiative - Program intended to bring higher education to inmates. Also serves as a venue for Bard College students to participate in outreach aimed at helping persons in jails.
  • Central European University - Study abroad program designed for advanced undergraduate students. Also offers summer internships and scholarships.
  • Residence Life - List of residence halls, information on student services and facilities, pictures, and contacts.
  • Bard Slide Library - Information on using the library's collection, links to course study websites, and details of library policies.
  • Bard EMS - Bard College's emergency medical services - a Certified First Responder unit serving Annandale-on-Hudson during the spring and fall semesters.
  • Admission - Student enrollment guide. Provides information on tuition and payment, the registration procedures, and available scholarships.
  • Institutional Review Board - Administrative unit responsible for overseeing the ethical treatment of human research participants at Bard College.
  • Horticulture at Bard - Bard College office responsible for the maintenance of all planted beds, gardens, trees and shrubs on campus grounds.
  • Office of Student Activities - Schedule of activities and events, list of campus clubs, contact details, forms, and archives of event photos and videos.
  • Inside Bard - Comprehensive guide to Bard College's academics, on campus events, and computing services and facilities.
  • Charles P. Stevenson Jr. Library - Presents online library catalogs, resource indexes and databases, a journal list, and library news and contacts.
  • Bard Information Portal - Access to exclusive Bard College information and online services and programs.
  • Buildings and Grounds - Information about the Bard College campus infrastructure. Includes details on past and future capital projects.
  • Student.bard.edu - Bard College student server. Serves as a number of student-run websites including those of organizations and publications.
Top  > Regional  > United States  > New York  > Education  > Colleges and Universities  > Bard College  > Centers and Institutes 
Top  > Regional  > United States  > New York  > Education  > Colleges and Universities  > Bard College  > Departments and Programs 
  • Africana Studies - Overview of the program with faculty, course, events, student projects, and contact information.
  • Art History - Information on program requirements, faculty, related events, and study abroad opportunities. With alumni updates and related links.
  • Asian Studies - Overview of the program, course details, and information on faculty and related events.
  • Conservatory of Music - Information on curriculum, events, student admissions, and fellowships. With news, announcements, and a faculty directory.
  • Biology Program - Details of the program and courses, directory of faculty and staff, and information on student work and related opportunities.
  • Capstone Course - Seminar for senior students in Foreign Languages, Cultures and Literatures. Provides the opportunity to attend a seminar conducted by a foreign-language guest author.
  • Chemistry Program - Provides information on the program major, courses, faculty, student research, and related events.
  • Computer Science - Posts announcements, course and program details, contacts, and information on the faculty and related events.
  • Classical Studies Program - Overview and description of the program with faculty profiles and information on related activities.
  • Division of Science, Mathematics, and Computing - Offers programs of study with concentrations in Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Mathematics, and Physics.
  • Economics Program - Presents an overview of the program, course and project details, news, events information, and related resources.
  • Environmental Studies - Course list, details of program requirements, faculty profiles, and information on internships and scholarships.
  • French Studies - Presents course listings, details of academic requirements, and information on related events and affiliated programs.
  • Science, Technology, and Society Program - Program overview with information on the requirements, courses, faculty, and related events.
  • German Studies - Site contains course listings, details of affiliated programs, and information on internships and study abroad opportunities.
  • Historical Studies - Program overview, faculty and curriculum information, and related resources and links.
  • Human Rights Project - College initiative aimed at examining the theory of human rights through teaching, research, and public programs.
  • Integrated Arts Program - Site contains announcements, details of academic requirements, information on facilities, and answers to frequently asked questions.
  • Immediate Science Research Opportunity Program - Research community of first and second year students offers opportunities for experience in infectious disease and neurobiology research at the molecular level.
  • Italian Studies Program - Provides a program overview along with information on the courses, faculty, and students.
  • Jewish Studies Program - Interdisciplinary program of study that covers various facets of the Jewish experience including religion, history, literature, and sociology.
  • Latin American and Iberian Studies Program - Multidisciplinary program incorporates various disciplines to understand the literatures and cultures of Latin American and Iberian countries.
  • Mathematics Program - Information on the courses involved, faculty, events, student research, and program requirements. With links to related pages.
  • Middle Eastern Studies - Multidisciplinary academic concentration designed to promote the intellectual exploration and analytic study of the historical and contemporary Middle East.
  • Music - Current events listing, faculty information, glimpse of program offerings, and related resources.
  • Philosophy Program - Introduces the program’s faculty, provides a program overview, and presents information on student work and the courses taught.
  • Photography Program - Introduction to the program with faculty, courses, facilities, class, and project information.
  • Physics Program - Providing information on the program’s requirements, courses, student work, and related events.
  • Political Studies Program - Academic major dealing with the study of public processes, political institutions, and power relations.
  • Religion Program - Course list, faculty profiles, events information, and details of senior and faculty projects.
  • Russian and Eurasian Studies - Bard College program centered on the language, literature, history, and culture of Russia, the Soviet Union, and the states that used to be part of the USSR.
  • Social Policy Program - Information on program requirements, courses, and faculty. With pertinent resources and links.
  • Sociology Program - Presents an overview of the program along with course details, faculty list, research information, and related resources.
  • Studies in Race and Ethnicity - Presenting the program’s mission, faculty, and courses. With information on related events and contact details.
  • Studio Arts - Posts course descriptions, details of senior projects, and information on faculty and facilities.
  • Bard-Rocketfeller Semester in Science - One-semester program designed for advanced science students, particularly those in the fields of neuroscience, biochemistry, molecular biology, developmental biology, biophysics, and genetics.
  • Bard Globalization and International Affairs Program - Residential program that combines internships with the study of human rights law, civil society development, global political economy, ethics, humanitarian action, and writing on international affairs.
Top  > Regional  > United States  > New York  > Education  > Colleges and Universities  > Bard College  > Organizations 
Top  > Regional  > United States  > New York  > Education  > Colleges and Universities  > Bard College  > Publications and Media 
  • Bard Observer - Undergraduate Bard College publication's website accommodates article submissions, posts a staff directory, and includes an archive of past issues.
  • The Bard Free Press - Publication offerings local and global news, commentaries, event coverages, interviews, reviews, and entertainment articles.
  • WXBC 540 AM - Bard College radio's website presents news, program schedules, events information, charts, and contacts.
Top  > Regional  > United States  > New York  > Education  > Colleges and Universities  > Barnard College 
  • Barnard Alumnae - Information on alumnae benefits and resources, classes and groups, reunions and events, volunteering, and contacts.
  • Barnard Admissions - Answers to frequently asked questions, downloadable forms, and information on admission requirements and procedures.
  • Library - Provides online library catalogs, databases, subject and research guides, and links to other library catalogs.
  • Nightline - Peer counseling and referral services of Barnard College. Site provides contacts and information on service policies.
Top  > Regional  > United States  > New York  > Education  > Colleges and Universities  > Barnard College  > Departments and Programs 
  • American Studies - Information on the program major, faculty, courses, history, and related events.
  • Department of Anthropology - Introduction to the field of Anthropology and information on the courses offered, faculty, and related events.
  • Urban Studies - Details of course and program offerings, faculty profiles, contact information, and links to related pages.
  • Department of Theatre - Department overview with information on productions, classes, faculty, and program offerings.
  • Department of Statistics - Provides information on course and program offerings, seminars, consulting services, and related research.
  • Department of Spanish and Latin American Cultures - Posts department news, course listings, a faculty directory, and information on study abroad opportunities.
  • Sociology at Barnard - Information on program and course requirements and the teaching faculty. With news and contacts.
  • Slavic Department - Overview of the department, courses and syllabi, answers to frequently asked questions, and information on pertinent extra-curricular activities.
  • Department of Religion - Provides information on the department's faculty, program major and minors, courses, research resources, and projects.
  • Department of Physical Education - Department overview with announcements, academic program details, and information on faculty and facilities.
  • Department of Philosophy - Presents a faculty and staff directory, course list and syllabi, and pertinent links and resources.
  • Music Program - Guide to Music at Barnard. Provides information the courses taught, faculty, and related events and special majors.
  • Medieval and Renaissance Studies - Overview of the program with contact details, announcements, conference brochure, and registration form.
  • Mathematics at Barnard - Directory of classes, online course catalogs, faculty profiles, forms, and related news.
  • Jewish Studies - Dual-major program designed to enable undergraduate students to explore the important aspects of Jewish culture, civilization, and history.
  • Italian Department - Posts faculty and lecture lists, course descriptions, and information on academic requirements.
  • History Department - Faculty, course, and contact information. With departmental announcements, contacts, and answers to frequently asked questions.
  • Department of German - Department's website contains information on course offerings and student projects. Also presents news and related links.
  • Department of French - Departmental directory, details and schedules of course offerings, and information on study abroad opportunities.
  • First-Year Seminar - Barnard College program designed for freshmen students specializing on reading, writing, and speaking skills.
  • Department of Environmental Science - Department news, course schedules and descriptions, faculty and staff directory, and information on credit and placement.
  • English Department - Contains program information, a faculty directory, job and career opportunity insights, announcements, forms, and related news and links.
  • Education Program - Guide to the student application, information on program requirements, course descriptions, forms, and related news.
  • Department of Computer Science - Admissions, academics, and research information. With a faculty directory, job postings, and related news.
  • Program in Comparative Literature - Provides a faculty directory, catalog of recommended courses, and information on major requirements.
  • Department of Ancient Studies and Classics - Introduces the department's faculty, posts course lists and descriptions, and provides information on major and minor requirements.
  • Department of Chemistry - Site provides information on the department's courses of study, faculty, facilities, and research initiatives.
  • Department of Biological Sciences - Faculty and staff directory, program major and course details, contacts, and information on grants and employment opportunities.
  • Physics and Astronomy - Background information on physics and astronomy and details of the academic programs offered. With course lists and schedules.
  • Asian and Middle Eastern Languages and Cultures Department - List and details of the courses offered, faculty profiles, and information on requirements and study abroad opportunities.
  • Art History Department - Providing information on program requirements, areas of concentration, courses, faculty, and department contacts.
Top  > Regional  > United States  > North Carolina  > Cities  > Wilmington  > Business and Economy 
  • A&B Personnel Services - Established in 1989 to serve Wilmington, NC area businesses that are seeking qualified employees and to assist individuals with finding the right employment opportunity.
Top  > Regional  > United States  > Tennessee  > Cities  > Pigeon Forge  > Travel and Tourism  > Lodging  > Hotels 
  • The Inn at Christmas Place - A 145-room luxury hotel presenting picturesque mountain-village architecture of the European Alps themed around the magic of Christmas. Find photos, reservations and room types.


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