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Vol. LXIV, No. 43
 
Wednesday, October 27, 2010
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TEAMWORK: Based on the success of the local Teen Prevention Education Program (Teen PEP), the Princeton Center for Leadership Training, in collaboration with long-time partner HiTOPS, has been awarded a five-year, $4.8 million federal grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to replicate the program in North Carolina.

Collaboration Results in $4.8 Million Grant To Fund Teen Sexual Health Program

Ellen Gilbert

“I think we deserve it!” exclaimed HiTOPS Executive Director Elizabeth Casparian of the recent $4.8 million federal grant awarded to the Princeton Center for Leadership Training (PCLT).

Big Pharma and Vaccines: An Uneasy Alliance, According to Adel Mahmoud

Ellen Gilbert

“Vaccines are a very fragile enterprise,” observed former president of Merck Vaccines Adel Mahmoud at the first “Biosecurity Seminar Series” event last week.

Monkeyshines and More as Cotsen Library Hosts Weekly Programs for Youngsters

Ellen Gilbert

“It’s story time,” called out Dana Sheridan, and, right on cue, about two dozen children, ages three to five, lined up and patiently waited their turn to tell the Cotsen Library Education and Outreach Coordinator their names. Then, proudly bearing a name tag, they returned to their seat—or favorite adult lap—for the week’s “Tiger Tales” reading, which begins with a bell-ringing à la Miss Frances and the admonition to “put your listening ears on.”

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