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Join us at NSTA: The Bus Stop, as Curt Macysyn, NSTA Executive Director, calls upon Rich Kelly, Esq., President and Founder of RC Kelly Law Associates, and NSTA Counsel, to speak about the recent Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) ruling on ... more
This week at NSTA: The Bus Stop - Neil Hoskins and Dheer Kakulavaram, Senior Consultants for the Spectrum Consulting Group (SCG) out of Michigan State University join NSTA Executive Director, Curt Macysyn to discuss the NSTA Business Development Comm... more
Join us at NSTA: The Bus Stop this week, as Curt Macysyn, NSTA Executive Director, invites Arianna Maniscalco, NSTA Member Services Coordinator to speak about the upcoming 2022 NSTA Midwinter Meeting. Arianna outlines the full program that will be h... more
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