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  Famous Hotels in Philadelphia - Philadelphia best hotels.
From museums that trace the history of world civilizations to renowned universities with students from across the globe, to ethnic cuisine and world beat music, Philadelphia symbolizes the melting pot that is America.
And Sheraton University City Philadelphia hotel is the heart of it all - Philadelphia’s Cultural Crossings.
In addition to captivating cultural attractions, guests at Sheraton University City Philadelphia also enjoy the convenience of close proximity to the University of Pennsylvania campus and area hospitals including Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia and the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania.
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  Philadelphia University - College Closeup
Philadelphia University is professionally oriented and offers undergraduate and graduate degree programs in the areas of architecture, business, design, engineering, fashion, general sciences, health sciences, and textile engineering technology.
Philadelphia University’s commitment to quality professional education is realized in curricula that combine a solid foundation in liberal studies with career preparation.
Study abroad at Philadelphia University prepares students for successful participation and competition in an increasingly interdependent world and to perform with distinction in the international and multicultural contexts that are increasingly shaping professional life.
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 History of Philadelphia Biblical University
Philadelphia Biblical University exists to develop for the Christian church and related ministries leaders who possess a foundational knowledge of the Scriptures and a biblical world/life view.
Biblical is at the heart of the University's mission and the integrating factor in its educational philosophy.
The history of the western university is replete with examples of the secularization of institutions once committed to the Bible as the critical component in academic pursuits.
www.pbu.edu /info/history/index.htm   (1155 words)

  
 Philadelphia travel guide - Wikitravel
Philadelphia [1], located in southeastern Pennsylvania, on the southern fringe of the mid-Atlantic region, is the fourth-largest metropolitan area in the United States and the country's fifth-largest city.
Philadelphia, often called the "Birthplace of America" and referred to as the "new Athens" early in its existence, is the birthplace of America's modern democracy.
Philadelphia's economy is as diverse as the population that inhabits the city.
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 Philadelphia University - College Profile
Philadelphia University is a private, coeducational, professionally focused university.
Philadelphia University students can study architecture or fashion in Italy, design in Australia, textiles in Scotland and Senegal, or international business in Tokyo and South America, to name just a few options, and apply coursework directly to their major.
Students are admitted based on their high school record, results of the SAT or the ACT, and their potential to contribute to the Philadelphia University community.
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 Philadelphia University
Philadelphia University is a leading-edge, private university on a beautiful, 100-acre, park-like campus just minutes from Center City Philadelphia.
Philadelphia University is a successful new model in higher education.
Our dedicated and talented faculty are here at Philadelphia U because they care about the University's dual mission: professional development in an academically diverse and integrated environment coupled with the arts and sciences.
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 University of Phoenix Philadelphia, University School Information
University of Phoenix has been providing educational opportunities to the working adult population for over 25 years.
The University’s original model was founded to address several key problems regarding the availability and applicability of traditional teaching and service methods with respect to the working adult student.
University of Phoenix is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission and is a member of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.
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 Apartments in University City, Philadelphia, PA
University City is home to the University of Pennsylvania and Drexel University and a diverse collection of students from Penn, Philadelphia College and Temple as well as members of Penn's faculty and staff.
The neighborhood is a real community - many people who grew up here and decided to stay in Philadelphia have returned to their move back with their families.
Tucked away on the outer fringe of the expanding University of Pennsylvania and Drexel campuses is the Old Quaker Building, a complex of two unique structures with roots dating back to the mid-19th century.
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 University City Philadelphia Real Estate
University City is a neighborhood in the western section of the city and is bordered by the campuses of three major learning institutions.
University City was Philadelphia's first suburb, and it remains home to distinctive, livable urban neighborhoods of wide porches, tree-lined streets, restaurants and cafes, and shops.
University City boundaries are, on the east, 29th Street and the Schuylkill River; on the west, 50th Street; on the north, Spring Garden Street (to 40th Street), Powelton Avenue (to 44th Street), and Market Street; and on the south, Civic Center Boulevard, University Avenue and Woodland Avenue.
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 PHILA.GOV | Welcome to the City of Philadelphia
Villanova University is an independent coeducational institution of higher learning founded by the Augustinian Order of the Roman Catholic Church.
The University attempts to develop an environment in which students, faculty and staff may experience a Christian intellectual and moral perspective, believing that the teachings of the Catholic faith are applicable in every area of human activity.
Lehigh University: in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania (50 miles north of Philadelphia).
www.phila.gov /residents/college   (263 words)

  
 Philadelphia University - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The School survived the tough years of the depression and entered a new period of growth at the onset of World War II.
Viewing its accomplishments of the past as a prelude to the bold achievements in its future, Philadelphia College of Textiles and Science continued through the '90s with a strong commitment to providing its students with the highest quality education and real-world experience demanded by their chosen professions.
Philadelphia University is referred to by many of the faculty, staff, students, and alumni as "Textile".
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 Philadelphia University "Power to Do" Philadelphia, PA
Philadelphia University "Power to Do" Philadelphia, PA Philadelphia University
Philadelphia University is a student-centered institution that prepares graduates for successful careers in an evolving global marketplace.
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 CBSA Guide - Philadelphia University Women's Basketball, Philadelphia, PA
Founded in 1884 as a formal education center for textile workers and managers, Philadelphia University (formerly known as Philadelphia College of Textiles and Science) is a private university offering more than 30 Bachelor degree programs and 14 Master's.
Prior to arriving at Philadelphia in 1989-90, Shirley coached at Allentown College for eight seasons where he compiled at 149-73 record.
Philadelphia University now plays in the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference (www.ccacathletics.org) which is comprised of 12 teams.
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 University of Pennsylvania - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
After being located in downtown Philadelphia for more than a century, the campus was moved across the Schuylkill River to property purchased from the Blockley Almshouse in West Philadelphia in 1872, where it has since remained in an area now known as University City.
Penn is one of the nation's few private universities to be named for the place in which it is located (others include the University of Southern California, Boston College, Boston University, Georgetown University, Syracuse University, New York University, Princeton University, and the University of Chicago).
Penn borders Drexel University and is near the University of the Sciences in Philadelphia (USP).
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 Directions to Philadelphia University
By bus, the SEPTA [Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority] Route 32 bus from Center City stops at the corner of Henry Avenue and School House Lane.
The Philadelphia University Research Center (PURC) houses The Engineering and Design Institute (EDI), The Institute for Textiles and Apparel Product Safety (ITAPS), The Laboratory for Engineered Human Protection (LEHP), and the Materials Evaluation Laboratory.
The Philadelphia University Research Center will be about 300 feet on your left.
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 Philadelphia Sheraton
The Sheraton University City Hotel is conveniently located in the heart of Philadelphia's famed education district.
The hotel is on the campus of the hotel ownership at the University of Pennsylvania and adjacent to Drexel University.
Philadelphia’s University of the Sciences and The Restaurant School at Walnut Hill College are also within walking distance.
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 Graduate Programs at Philadelphia University
At Philadelphia University, the MBA program is available in many different formats and concentrations to enable students to tailor the curriculum and schedule to meet their individual needs.
Philadelphia University provides textile design students with the unique opportunity not only to design, but also to produce finished works in our facilities.
State-of-the-art technology housed in Philadelphia University's School of Textiles and Materials Technology provides a distinct advantage for students to develop knowledge in the advanced fields of textile science and engineering and gain exposure to a wide range of professional possibilities.
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University of the Sciences in Philadelphia senior forward Leah Shumoski (Marple-Newtown HS/Broomall, PA) was recently named an Honorable Mention All-American by the Women’s Division II Bulletin...
The University of the Sciences in Philadelphia saw their season come to an end this evening at the NCAA Northeast Regionals as the #1 seed Southern Connecticut State University Owls handed the Devils their biggest loss of the year, a 76-43 blowout in New Haven Connecticut.
The University of the Sciences in Philadelphia captured its second Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference Tournament Championship in three years, holding Holy Family University to 30.6-percent (22-72) shooting from the field as the Devils cruised to a 66-57 victory today at the Bobby Morgan Arena in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
www.usip.edu /athletics/wbb/index.shtml   (676 words)

  
 University City, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
University City is a district in the West Philadelphia section of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, whose name reflects the proximity of several institutions of higher learning, including the University of Pennsylvania, Drexel University, the University of the Sciences in Philadelphia, Lincoln University Urban Center, and The Restaurant School at Walnut Hill College.
University City's boundaries are 29th Street and the Schuylkill River to the east; Spring Garden, Market Street, and Powelton Avenue to the north; Civic Center Boulevard, University Avenue and part of Woodland Avenue to the south; and 50th Street to the west.
These boundaries are defined by the non-profit University City District organization and may not coincide exactly with all of its residents' perceptions.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/University_City,_Philadelphia,_Pennsylvania   (648 words)

  
 Hear about the program
Established in 1974, the Intensive English Language Program at Temple University is designed to guide non- English speakers to functional competence in English through a series of full-time, non-credit English language courses.
Temple University includes 17 schools and colleges with more than 100 subject areas from which a student may choose.
All general inquiries about studying at the Temple University Intensive English Language Program should be directed by e-mail to ielp@temple.edu, by phone to (215) 204-7899, or by FAX to (215) 204-3892.
www.temple.edu /ielp   (169 words)

  
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Philadelphia, the second-largest city on the East Coast, is a modern yet historic city offering visitors a lively experience in American culture.
Saint Joseph’s University also offers a 4-month certificate program in International Business each September and January, where ELS students with university degrees who have completed Level 112 can study with American business students.
ELS students have free access to all university facilities, including: movie theater, computer labs, library, well-equipped sports center with Olympic-size pool, tennis, volleyball and basketball courts.
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 Athletics   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The University of the Sciences in Philadelphia snapped a five-game losing streak with a 3-0 win over Dominican College in a Central Atlantic Collegiate College women's volleyball matchup this afternoon at the Bobby Morgan Arena in Philadelphia..........
The University of the Sciences in Philadelphia women’s tennis team’s season came to end yesterday afternoon as they lost 5-1 to Holy Family University in the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference (CACC) semi-finals at the Springton Tennis and Racquet Club in Newtown Square, Pennsylvania.
The University of the Sciences in Philadelphia men's tennis team closed out the fall portion of their schedule yesterday afternoon with a 9-0 win over Ursinus College at the McNeil Tennis Courts in Philadelphia...
www.usip.edu /athletics   (498 words)

  
 Thomas Jefferson University Hospital - Philadelphia Breathes Easier with New Asthma Grant
The Philadelphia Allies Against Asthma coalition (PAAA) was awarded a four-year, $2 million grant to combat pediatric asthma by the Merck Company Foundation’s new Merck Childhood Asthma Network (MCAN) initiative.
Philadelphia is one of five cities nationwide to receive this grant.
For the first time in Philadelphia, children will be screened for asthma at targeted schools, and door-to-door asthma screenings will be performed in high-risk neighborhoods in order to have a better grasp of the true prevalence of asthma in Philadelphia, and to connect these families with integrated services.
www.jeffersonhospital.org /news/2005/article11556.html   (710 words)

  
 University of Phoenix Philadelphia, University Military
At University of Phoenix, you can earn your bachelor's or master's degree in the most efficient way possible and your demanding duties and frequent relocations needn't be an obstacle!
We are the largest accredited private university in the nation, with more than 170 campuses and learning centers in the U.S., Puerto Rico and Canada.
Through the University of Phoenix Prior Learning Assessment Center, service members have the opportunity to receive undergraduate college credits through assessment of prior college-level learning, and through approved national testing program examinations.
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