IVCC is a public--private partnership established in 2005 by Janet Hemingway, the director of the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, to develop new vector control tools.
Agency for International Development, and the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation, IVCC convinced industry giants like Bayer, Sygenta, Sumitomo, and BASF to comb their chemical libraries for molecules that might be developed into insecticides to fight malaria vectors.
This may not be the healthiest response to the president of IVCC, but it sure is fun: (1)
At IVCC, hiring adjuncts in this way is business as usual: according to Vice President for Academic Affairs Deborah Anderson,
Additional benefits include "tuition waivers, career guidance, resume boosters, enriched course work, field trips, recognition at graduation and on transcripts, collegiality with honors peers, personal exploration, [and] transfer opportunities" As a result of these practical benefits, enrollment in the IVCC
Honors Program has doubled over the last few years, a significant statistic when one considers that enrollments across the college (across the state and nation, too), have been in a downward spiral for the last three years.
Dr Tom McLean, IVCC
Chief Operating Officer, said: "The support and commitment that we have had from individuals and companies around the world has been fantastic, not least here in Liverpool.
When one IVCC
teacher bought $54 worth of jewelry, she was excited because she had started her Christmas shopping early.
have rendered admirable services in the erection of double sheet pile wall along with underwater tremie concreting.
president Jerry Corcoran is on a taskforce of presidents studying the feasibility of Illinois community colleges awarding applied technology and/or applied science baccalaureate degrees.
Dr Tom McLean, IVCC
Chief Operating Officer said: "The support that we have had from individuals and companies around the world has been fantastic, not least here in Liverpool.
This deltamethrin based spray was jointly developed by Bayer CropScience and IVCC
(the Innovative Vector Control Consortium).
On Monday, IVCC
administration officials declared that the college has signed a partnership deal with MAG IAS, LLC, the largest machine tool manufacturer in the United States, and the Caterpillar-Aurora facility that will upgrade the college s machinist program with two pieces of industrial equipment in exchange for offering a curriculum that will train Caterpillar and MAG employees.