Read Full Story Ban Ki-moon M.P.A. ’84, former Secretary-General of the United Nations and a Harvard Kennedy School (HKS) alumnus as an Edward S. Mason Fellow, has been named the Angelopoulos Global Public Leaders Fellow at the Kennedy School, it was announced today by HKS Dean Douglas Elmendorf. He will begin his Fellowship this month and will serve through the spring semester.Ban was the eighth Secretary General of the United Nations, serving from 2007 until 2016, during which time he is credited with implementing significant reforms to the U.N.’s peacekeeping and employment practices, as well as pushing international efforts to address global climate change. Prior to his tenure as Secretary General, Ban served many years in the South Korean Foreign Service, where he held many important positions including National Security Advisor to the President, and Ambassador to Austria and Slovenia. He served as the nation’s Foreign Minister from 2004 to 2006.As Angelopoulos Fellow, Ban will become an active participant in the academic and intellectual life of the school, meeting with students, collaborating with scholars and researchers, lecturing, writing and participating in occasional public discussions and forums.
Race DetailsWhen: April 13, 2013Where: Richmond, VirginiaWhat: Run/walk 10kStart time: 8:30 amRace size: 40,000Website: www.sportsbackers.orgTake advantage of our wave starts and the flat course to set a PR. Enjoy the architecture and spring blooms as you run, jog or walk along Richmond’s most scenic street. Soak in the sounds of the bands and spirit groups along the course as they cheer YOU across the finish line. Dress up in your craziest costume for a chance to win cash prizes. Choose to raise money for the Massey Cancer Center, or volunteer to help support one of the largest participation events in the country.Run it, walk it, do it in costume or cheer for friends – however you choose to 10k, you don’t want to miss it!Race contactWill [email protected] read more
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An estimated 1,400 adoptive families in Indiana on a waiting list will finally get the money they need. (Image: Rich Mullins/morguefile.)INDIANAPOLIS – Hundreds of adopted children and their families in Indiana will finally receive long awaited support.In 2009, the state began placing families that adopted children with special needs on a waiting list for additional financial help.Gov. Mike Pence is now releasing $10 million from the next budget to an estimated 1,400 families on the list.Josh Kroll, coordinator of the Adoption Subsidy Resource Center for the North American Council on Adoptable Children, says this is additional money for families that are raising children with extensive needs.“Some children have disabilities and some families keep siblings together,” he explains. “Some families adopt sibling groups of three or four children and most people can’t incorporate three or four children into their household without some financial support. ”In a lawsuit filed in June, some adoptive families claim the Department of Child Services failed to pay promised subsidies.DCS argued it did not have the money, and this week the governor directed the agency to pay the families using money that would have been reverted to the state’s general fund.Shawn Cain lives in northwest Indiana and is the adoptive parent of a sibling group of three.She says these subsidies go a long way to ensuring children have the tools they need for a successful future.“These kids didn’t ask to be placed in this situation,” she points out. “They’ve had trauma in their lives, whether it be from physical abuse, neglect – they’ve suffered and they’ve suffered long enough. And these kids deserve a life.”Kroll says there is more that needs to be figured out, including the negotiation of payment agreements with some of the families.He says additionally, the DCS and state leaders need to ensure the funding is ongoing.“Is there the commitment there to make sure once the support starts flowing to these children and the families raising them that it doesn’t get taken away?” he says.Families on the waiting lists and those that adopt during the next budget year will receive the payments.The governor said the legislative Adoption Study Committee will investigate the issue for future funding.Mary Kuhlman read more
Dan was a 1972 graduate of Batesville High School. He loved anything to do with water, especially fishing, swimming & boating. He also liked to do wood working and made many cabinets and book cases. He liked watching westerns but his favorite TV show was M.A.S.H. He recently retired from Honda in Greensburg. Dan is survived by his father Jim Prentice of Greensburg, IN and his siblings Mike Prentice of Napoleon, IN, Kathy Nobbe of Batesville, IN and Donna Nobbe of Zionsville, IN. Daniel John Prentice, age 62 of Greensburg, IN passed away Monday, January 4, 2016 in Greensburg, IN. Born August 15, 1953 in Batesville, IN he was the son of Jim Prentice and the late Doris (Bentfield) Prentice. Dan was cremated and private services will be held at a later date.