Why the Military Is Still the Most Trusted Institution in America

Why the Military Is Still the Most Trusted Institution in America

Trust is a buzzword in the current political climate. During the first presidential debate on Monday, the candidates talked a lot about trustworthiness and restoring trust within American communities, especially regarding police relations. Yet, only 6 percent of Americans trust the mainstream media, and a June 2016 Gallup poll found that only 9 percent of the American public have trust and confidence in our Congress. And yet even after the U.S. government spent trillions of taxpayer dollars on misguided wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, Americans still view the men and women…

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Ethicon v. Covidien: Delegation of Institution Decisions to the PTAB

Ethicon v. Covidien: Delegation of Institution Decisions to the PTAB

Ethicon has filed its expected petition for writ of certiorari challenging the USPTO’s delegation of IPR Institution Decisions to the Patent Trial and Appeal Board.  I wrote about the case earlier: Crouch, What Powers Can the Director Delegate to the Patent Trial & Appeal Board? Crouch, Due Process and Separating Powers within an Agency. Crouch, End of the Road for Ethicon’s Anti-Delegation Argument? The newly filed petition argues pure statutory interpretation: Whether the [AIA] permits the Patent Trial and Appeal Board instead of the Director to make inter partes review institution decisions. The…

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How One Institution Went From a Vocational School to a University

How One Institution Went From a Vocational School to a University

The United States needs more-inclusive campuses, where students can complete one certificate or degree and move on to the next, says Matthew S. Holland, president of Utah Valley University. It now offers several master’s programs but isn’t embarrassed by its vocational ethos, he says: The university is more focused on serving its nearly 35,000 students than on reaching for the next tier. Sara Lipka edits coverage of campus life and other topics. Follow her on Twitter @chronsara, or email her [email protected] TRANSCRIPT SARA LIPKA: Hello. We’re here today with Matthew…

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state financial institution of India launches distant places education loan

state financial institution of India launches distant places education loan

NEW DELHI: state bank of IndiaBSE -4.05 % has launched ‘SBI international Ed-Vantage’, an overseas education mortgage for students who desire to pursue better education overseas. SBI scholar mortgage scheme has been particularly tailored for folks that get admission to a select listing of a hundred+ pinnacle institutions in India masking management, engineering, medicine, regulation and so forth. Its key functions include a collateral loose mortgage at a low interest rate. The current years have visible a constant increase in enquiries for financing research at overseas Universities. students searching for…

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