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  • Students at colleges and universities with fewer than 5,000 students are more likely to say their professors care about them as people, according to a new survey by Gallup and Strada Education.

  • The Trellis Foundation announced the appointment of three new members to its Board of Directors: Josh Hunt, Executive Vice President and Board Member for Hunt Companies, Inc., Dr. Mark Milliron, Co-founder and Chief Learning Officer of Civitas Learning, and Suzanne Walsh, Deputy Director for Postsecondary Success with the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.

  • Tori Berube, Vice President of College Planning and Community Engagement for the New Hampshire Higher Education Assistance Foundation Network appears on New Hampshire Public Radio to discuss how to pay for college.
  • ConServe announced that it supported the volunteer efforts of local first-responders in January. Through the company’s Jeans for Charity program, in which ConServe employees can elect to participate in monthly charitable donations in exchange for the option of wearing jeans to work, employees are provided with the opportunity to “give back” to their local communities by donating to a diverse group of organizations throughout the year. The funds raised by the employees’ is supplemented by the organization’s “Matching Gift Program.”
  • In partnership with outstanding business leaders from New Hampshire companies, the NHHEAF Network Organizations announces its College Equals Opportunity scholarship program is accepting applications through Friday, April 19, 2019.

  • VT Digger notes that Scott Giles, President and Chief Executive Officer of Vermont Student Assistance Corporation, was elected as Treasurer of the Vermont Business Roundtable and to his second three-year term on the Board of Directors.
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