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Profits should not be considered a dirty word

By   /  Friday, February 17th, 2017  /  Education, Latest news, Op/Eds, Opinion  /  Comments Off on Profits should not be considered a dirty word

By Lee Schuh My wife and I recently overheard a boisterous group of 20-something women bemoan the evils of profit while we ate an early dinner at our favorite restaurant. They blamed their poor-paying jobs on those who get the profits. They complained that these profit-takers are the only ones benefiting in this society. The Read More →

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CLU students apply business lessons to VFW

By   /  Friday, February 17th, 2017  /  Education, Latest news  /  Comments Off on CLU students apply business lessons to VFW

Simi Valley’s Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 10049 got some free business consulting Feb. 14 from graduate students at California Lutheran University, who advised rebranding and recruitment efforts to stem membership and financial losses. After struggling to stay afloat and drum up funds to maintain its headquarters and museum facilities, the post reached out to Read More →

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Westlake Village startups close in on Innovation Open prize

By   /  Friday, February 10th, 2017  /  Education, Latest news, Technology  /  Comments Off on Westlake Village startups close in on Innovation Open prize

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Santa Barbara City College gets $1 million grant from Julie Nadel

By   /  Friday, February 3rd, 2017  /  Education, Latest news  /  1 Comment

Santa Barbara City College and its foundation received a $1 million grant creating an endowment fund for its School of Business and Entrepreneurship from Julie Nadel and the Nadel Foundation. The school will be renamed the Jack and Julie Nadel School of Business and Entrepreneurship, and the funds will establish an incubator and event space Read More →

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Amgen funds STEM program for Girl Scouts

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MOXI science museum to open doors Feb. 25

By   /  Thursday, February 2nd, 2017  /  Education, Latest news, Nonprofits  /  Comments Off on MOXI science museum to open doors Feb. 25

MOXI, The Wolf Museum of Exploration + Innovation announced it would open Saturday, Feb. 25 at its new 17,000-square-foot space located at 125 State St. in Santa Barbara. Twenty-five years in the making, the museum will offer hands-on science and technology exhibits and expects to attract more than 100,000 guests in its first year. “The entire Read More →

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La Kretz family donates $6 million to UCSB for research center

By   /  Friday, January 27th, 2017  /  Education, Latest news  /  Comments Off on La Kretz family donates $6 million to UCSB for research center

UC Santa Barbara received a $6 million gift to establish a research center at its Santa Ynez Sedgwick Reserve from Linda La Kretz Duttenhaver and her father, Morton La Kretz. A graduate of the school, La Kretz Duttenhaver has formerly provided funds to renovate a ranch house and barn on the 6,000-acre property the university Read More →

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