Another battle CFAN got involved with followed the publication of an article, "Creeping It Real," in the University of Regina student newspaper, The Carillon.
Since the protest, the paper has been forced to revamp its board of directors, and CFAN is helping the paper design nondiscriminatory editorial policies.
He assured that the new executive of CFAN
would soon establish a data base of all the cocoa farmers to provide adequate and accurate information on cocoa farmers which will assist government, NGO and research institute on cocoa production.
Also speaking, Mr George Ogudu of the Financial Inclusion Secretariat of CBN, said it was collaborating with CFAN to reach out to more people at the grassroots.
He said the bank chose to partner with CFAN because it had members in all the ' nooks and crannies'' of the country.
"These two spaces represent just part of a historic, $25-million investment in the University of Minnesota," said Brian Buhr, dean of CFANS
. "Land O' Lakes, through its scholarships, is supporting that foundational element of education to raise up society and agriculture's future.
Mary Buschette, University of Minnesota CFANS
, referred by Frank Bezdicek
At that moment, the court opined, he violated his "duty of loyalty" thus ending the agency relationship and bringing the employee within the purview of the CFANs prohibition against accessing a computer system "without authorization." (17)
(44) Nonetheless, as with the CFANs application to employees generally, views about the statute's application to the unauthorized access, copying, dissemination and use (but not destruction) of confidential information are by no means unanimous.
It is used by students in the University's College of Food, Agricultural and Natural Sciences (CFANS
) as an outdoor laboratory.
It's also the tale of three University of Minnesota College of Food, Agricultural, and Natural Resource Sciences (CFANS
) investigators and their team, who hope to learn the bees' secret and use it to save humans as well.