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Sodexo Helps College Students with Dietary Restrictions Safely Navigate the Maze of Campus Dining

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College students with food allergies and other dietary restrictions get some help from Sodexo, whose Simple Servings food station keeps them from guessing their meal contents, ultimately keeping them safe. Read More at USA TODAY College.

How Can One Cisco Intern Impact the World?

by Jeff McLeod
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When I arrived in early June for my 12-week internship in Cisco Corporate Affairs, I began to read You + Networks = Impactx everywhere on the Cisco Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) website. For me, it was just a tagline – part of a marketing campaign for Cisco CSR. I didn’t understand it, and wasn’t sure if I completely believed it.

PLAN your back to school shopping with Climate Counts

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So long summer beach days, and helloooo to a new semester. Believe it or not it’s already time to head back to school. Whether you’re a bookworm, an athlete or a fashionista, college students all have something in common: they feel the need to get geared up for another year in the trenches.  So this year, why not purchase those supplies from companies that are taking steps to reduce their climate impact?

Canadian College Students Make Sustainability a Priority, Changing Institutional Policy - CSR Minute for July 26, 2013

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A new generation of Canadian college students is integrating sustainability into daily student life. In the process, they are influencing official policy. At McGill University, a student-run agriculture program produces local vegetables for student dining halls and a Meals on Wheels program. At the University of Toronto, students focus on behavioral changes to save energy, such as turning off the lights when they leave a room.

Blog- Can Your Best Friend’s Mom Double Your Odds of Completing College?

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It’s common knowledge among parents that your children’s friends have a big influence on their attitudes and ambitions. A recent study, published in the February 2013 American Educational Research Journal, suggests that perhaps parents should be even more concerned with their children’s friends’ parents.

The Collegiate Women Sports Awards Presents 2013 Honda Cup To Keilani Ricketts of the University of Oklahoma

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LOS ANGELES, Calif., June 25, 2013 /3BL Media/ - Keilani Ricketts, who uniquely dominated collegiate softball with her pitching and hitting, is the 2013 Collegiate Woman Athlete of the Year and recipient of The Honda Cup. Ricketts was presented the prestigious award tonight in a live telecast on ESPNU from USC’s Galen Center Founders Club in downtown Los Angeles.

From Dropout to the Dean’s List

A Student's Thoughts on the Honda Campus All-Star Challenge is More Than Just a Competition
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There are a lot of things you probably shouldn’t do if you want to succeed at college - or at life in general. You shouldn’t, as I did, get kicked out of high-school for some petty nonsense that you won’t even clearly remember 10 years later. You probably shouldn’t, once you finally do begin at university, habitually skip class. You shouldn’t, as I did, surround yourself with people who are comfortable not thinking, not improving, and not progressing. You probably shouldn’t drop out of college. You definitely shouldn’t drop out three separate times.

Skype Group Video Calling Drives Innovation in the Classroom

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Known for more than just their exceptional basketball team, Marquette University in Milwaukee, Wisconsin has long been ranked among the top research universities in the country with acclaimed programs in Business, Nursing and Physical Therapy. One common thread that continues to put Marquette ahead of the curve is their pioneering use of technology – like Skype – in their classrooms.

From Mail Clerk to Senior Financial Analyst

Associates Pursue Higher Education at The Home Depot
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We’ve all heard the story about the mail room clerk rising to become the chief executive of a big corporation. At Home Depot, it’s doable.

It’s not uncommon to find senior leaders who started as cashiers. Chris Rosson, now a senior financial analyst, began his career as a mail room clerk in 2000. The company values and takes care of its associates, and that has afforded Chris the opportunity to further his education at Chattahoochee Technical College.

Sodexo and Real Food Challenge Sign Food Chain Transparency Agreement

Addressing the interests of a growing student food movement, Sodexo provides a larger window on the sources of the foods they provide on campus
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Gaithersburg, Md., April 04, 2013 /3BL Media/ - Amidst growing demands from college students for university leadership in sustainable, local food systems, today Sodexo, a leader in Quality of Life Services, and the Real Food Challenge, the largest student food justice organization in the nation, jointly announced an agreement that advances supply chain transparency on Sodexo-contracted campuses.

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