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News Briefing: Sept. 11 Steel Forms Heart of Far-Flung Memorials

By Kate Golden on September 8, 2009No Comment
  • The steel from the World Trade Center is being granted to groups around the country who would like to build their own memorials.  [New York Times]
  • Penn State University asks merit scholar parents to donate the annual merit scholarships their children receive back to the school.  [Associated Press]
  • A year into his new job leading the Smithsonian, Wayne Clough is intent on maximizing its science, research, and educational impact.  [Associated Press]
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