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Become An Agent Of Change        
The insurance industry is not what it used to be. Banks, securities firms, as well as the government now offer what was once the sole province of traditional insurance companies. The field will continue to evolve into new arenas as the industry takes better advantage of technology, addresses cyber-risk, and offers new financial/insurance products for tomorrow’s retirees. read more


Villanova Offers Training For Advanced Cybersecurity Professionals 
Prevention and preparation for cyber-attacks have never been more important than in today’s global economy.  read more


Fayth Litke Holt, VP Of Human Resources, Enterprise Holdings      
Enterprise Holdings, through its regional subsidiaries, operates more than 1 million cars and trucks. The company operates the Alamo Rent A Car, Enterprise Rent-A Car, and Na tional Car Rental brands. read more


Two Clarkson University Students Win American Society Of Biomechanics Awards
TheTwo Clarkson University graduate students earned travel awards from the American Society of Biochemicals (ASB) to attend the 39th Annual ASB Conference this past summer in Columbus, OH. read more

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