From an article from the Dover Post:
Delaware State University Professor Michael Casson agrees. The economics professor, who recently wrote a book on financial literacy, believes in the necessity of reaching students early.
“We know that if we can establish some core valu. [ read more ]
Institute of Caribbean Studies
November 17 – 18, 2016
Hyatt Regency Hotel, Washington DC
The 18th Annual Invest Caribbean Agri-Business Roundtable Forum – will continue its tradition
of excellence as stakeholders come together to. [ read more ]
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
November 16th | 8:00 AM – 12:00 PM (Breakfast at 7:30 AM)
101 W. Dickman St. | Baltimore, MD
8:00 AM – 8:45 AM
Welcome & Opening Keynotes
The economic development challenges faced by the U.S. are often concentrated in communities plagued by low educational attainment, high crime rates, low income levels and limited financial and physical capital. These communities are disenfranchised and underrepresented in the public arena and can . [ read more ]
Real estate is the “currency for economic development and job creation” in today’s economy. Creatively repositioning under-productive real estate assets through “Place-Making” economic development strategies will stimulate new demand and private investment in communitie. [ read more ]
The Economic Development Administration of the U.S. Department of Commerce has awarded Delaware State University a $500,000 grant to fund the establishment of a DSU Center for Economic Development and Trade on campus.
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DOVER — By a 6-1 majority, Dover City Council voted in favor of putting $6,000 toward an economic inclusion study during Monday night’s meeting. Councilman Adam Perza was the lone ‘no’ vote.
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