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This morning, President Obama met with his national security and public health teams at the White House to discuss the latest news about Ebola and our ongoing response in West Africa.
On Monday, the It's On Us campaign kicked off its first-ever National Week of Action, an effort to mobilize students to take action to prevent sexual assault. This week, colleges and universities will host more than 130 events and over 40 schools have created their own It's On Us PSAs, including GW, MIT, Northwestern and UCLA.
This week marks Global
Entrepreneurship Week (GEW), the world’s largest celebration of the
innovators and job creators, who launch startups that bring ideas to life,
drive economic growth and expand human welfare. It’s a great opportunity
to really look at the ways in which entrepreneurs shape our current world while
looking forward toward the next big thing.
On November 17, Deputy Under
Secretary of Commerce for Intellectual Property and Deputy Director of the United
States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) Michelle K. Lee welcomed
35 young inventors to the USPTO headquarters for the 2014 Collegiate Inventors
Competition (CIC). Introduced in 1990 and co-sponsored by the USPTO, Invent Now, and the AbbVie Foundation, the CIC recognizes
the nation’s most innovative undergraduate and graduate students working on cutting-edge
inventions at their colleges and universities.