9:00am – House Children & Youth hearing on HB1525, HB1527, HB1531
9:30am – House Aging & Older Adult Services informational meeting on programs and benefits funded by the PA Lottery and a voting meeting on HB791
9:30am – House Local Government to consider HB1409, HB916, HB1823
9:00am – House Gaming Oversight hearing on HB1393, HB1397
9:00am – House State Government hearing on SB411
9:00am – House Professional Licensure hearing on HB1438
9:00am – Senate & Labor Industry hearing to examine apprenticeship programs and to consider SB703
9:30am – House Finance meeting on HB931
9:30am – House Veterans Affairs & Emergency Prepared. to consider HB1877, HR264
10:00am – House Judiciary to consider HB220, HB443, HB1353
9:00am – Joint Legislative Conservation Committee to review Act 108 of 2010
10:00am – House Democratic Policy Committee public hearing on “Should Pennsylvania Incentivize Natural Gas?”
10:00am – House Human Services hearing on supporting families with family members with disabilities
11:00am – House Gaming Oversight hearing on the consolidation of regulatory oversight of gaming to PA Gaming Control Board
12:00pm – House Labor & Industry to consider HB63, HB1234, HB1639, HB1543
The Ridge College of Intelligence Studies and Applied Sciences at Mercyhurst University announces a partnership with The School of Information Studies (iSchool) at Syracuse University intended to attract more students to today’s high-demand information management fields.
“A partnership between these two institutions, known for being among the top schools in information studies and intelligence studies in the country, is ripe with opportunities,” said Mercyhurst University President Michael Victor. “Both have a long tradition of leading innovation and change and we look forward to a fruitful collaboration.”
With acceptance in the iSchool’s “Fast Track” program, Mercyhurst undergraduates will have the opportunity for accelerated study toward a Master of Science degree in Information Management from Syracuse. Also available will be a Master of Science degree in Library & Information Sciences, including an optional specialization in School Media.
Read the full press release here.