February 1, 2022

Salvation Army’s ‘Center of Hope’ in Anaheim gets underway

By late spring 2023, the first residents may be moving into new permanent housing that will be built at the Salvation Army Orange County’s Anaheim campus. The 70 apartments and the services to be provided for those living there are intended for people emerging from homelessness who need extra help and support to get back on track. The project, which broke ground Monday, is part of the nonprofit’s long-term vision for its “Center of Hope,” which also includes emergency shelter and a substance abuse recovery program.

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July 7, 2021

Partner News: UCLA Samueli Launches Mentor Professor Program to Enhance Equity and Diversity

The UCLA Samueli School of Engineering is proud to welcome three new faculty members to its growing roster of nearly 200 full-time professors. The recruitment is part of the school’s Mentor Professor Program, a new initiative designed to hire faculty with a demonstrated record of, or who show exceptional promise for, mentorship of students from underrepresented and underserved populations.

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March 17, 2021

Partner News: After Pandemic, Students Express New Empathy with Holocaust Survivors

Chapman University’s Annual Holocaust Art & Writing Contest welcomed more participants than ever this year, with 220 schools registered from 32 states and 11 different countries around the world. This year’s participation showed a significant increase in the number of international entries. 14 schools in Poland sent entries, and 1st prize recipients included students from South Africa and Romania, while students from Germany and Poland were finalists.

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