The Pioneers of Prosperity Awards Program
is a global program made-up of regional competitions spanning the Caribbean, Africa and Central America. The program identifies outstanding entrepreneurs who can serve as high-profile role models in each region. The finalists receive financial prizes for investment in the further development of their ventures.
The Pioneers of Prosperity Awards Program is based on our experience that great companies exist in even the most challenging business environments.
Character development has always been a core theme of our publishing list
here at the press, so it's nice to stumble across this wonderfully fun video that recreates one of the more famous behavioral studies on important character traits like self-control and the ability to delay gratification.
What was your favorite part of Life beyond Molecules and Genes and why?
My favorite chapter is the one on complexity even though it is somewhat of a side issue. I find it particularly interesting because at l
The New York Times
recently published an insightful new article on palliative care
that offers a glimpse into the challenges facing those working in this field. With the recent flurry of political debate over end-of-life issues stemming from new healthcare legislation and the spectre of so-called "death panels," this article couldn't be more timely.
We are thrilled to bring you another strong list of books in science and religion, science, and character development. This season's list leads off with From Galileo to Gell-Mann
by Marco Bersanelli and Mario Gargantini, a unique look into the personal reflections of some of the greatest scientists of all time. Equally exciting is the release of our fourth title in our Templeton Science and Religion Series, Horizons of Cosmology
The Templeton Science and Religion Series is edited by J. Wentzel van Huyssteen and Khalil Chamcham. The editors in the series have comissioned scientists in a wide range of fields to distill their experience and knowledge into brief tours of their respective specialties.
You could be our next $100 savings bond winner just by submitting 100 words or less in our new thrift contest!
National Thrift Week was sponsored primarily by the Young Men's Christian Association
(Y.M.C.A.). By the 1920s, what was known as the peak celebrations of National Thrift Week, the Y.M.C.A.
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Of all the e-book reading devices out there (the Sony Reader, various smart phones,
The Press created a You Tube channel